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01:070:387 Advanced Issues in Evolutionary Anthropology

3 credits

Course description

Topics vary with term and instructor.

Subtitle and Description Summer 2016:
Primate Life History - This course will investigate variation in primate life histories, what conditions lead to the evolution of specific life history adaptations, and how energetic availability within a habitat will cause variation in primate life histories.  The class will combine lecture and discussion, focusing on the mechanisms and reasons that drive life history adaptations.

Summer 2016 Preliminary Syllabus
document Bransford 387 Prelim Syllabus
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pdf Flyer (372 KB) document (32 KB)

Syllabus Fall 2014:
document 387TriversFall2014

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