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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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ANTH 407 - Bioarchaeology


Bioarchaeology is the intersectional subdiscipline between biological anthropology and archaeology that studies the lives of ancient peoples through their biological remains (e.g., skeletons, bog bodies, mummies, and ancient DNA). Through cross-cultural and temporal analyses of human biological remains, bioarchaeologists seek to answer questions about human behaviors across and within cultures. This course provides an overview of the history, methods, theory, and applications of bioarchaeology and its interrelatedness with other disciplines (e.g. genomics, chemistry, epidemiology, and ecology).

Prerequisites and Corequisites
Pre-req: ANTH 230 - Introduction to Archaeology (C) [SGR #3, HSDC]  

Note
New course fall 2022.

Credits: 3


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