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01:070:386 Advanced Issues in Evolutionary Anthropology

Course description
Topics vary with term and instructor.

Pre/Co-requisites
01:070:012 or 105 or 204 or permission of instructor.

Subtitle and Description Summer 2016:
Chemical Analysis of Bone - Chemical Archaeology is a lecture/seminar style course. It provides students with a survey of current research on stable isotope and a DNA analysis, along with the background knowledge required to understand and engage with that research.

Preliminary Syllabus Summer 2016:
document Studer Halbach 386Chemical Archaeology Draft Syllabus (22 KB)

Syllabus Fall 2014:
pdf 386CronkFall2014

 

 

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