Sep 21, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
Add to Bookmarks (opens a new window)

ANTH 4313 - Race and Human Variation


Three credit hours.

This course explores the role of genetics, evolution, and adaptation in producing modern human biological variation. It will also focus on how this variation is/was interpreted around the world in general and in modern and historic North America in particular. We will explore the fallacy of biological race and the simultaneous importance of the cultural concept of race. Dual listed in the Graduate Catalog as ANTH 5313.

Prerequisites: ANTH 1415  and ANTH 2316  or permission of the instructor.



Add to Bookmarks (opens a new window)