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01:070:397 Paleoanthropology

3 Credits

Course Description:
Paleoanthropology is a course that explores various dimensions of humankind of the
most ancient times. In this course, we will turn to fossil record, various categories of the
archaeological material, ecology, geology and climate up to Holocene epoch, and trace
changes in the physical, ecological, material, cultural and symbolic dimensions of past
hominin/human groups in order to study dynamics behind the formation of human
condition. The special attention will be given to the regions of North Africa, Middle East
and Europe.

Preliminary Syllabus:
pdf 397RezekSp14PrelimSyll

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