GU4002: Controversial Topics in Human Evolution | R. Holloway

Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
Tu 4:10-6PM

Controversial issues that exist in current biological/physical anthropology, and controversies surrounding the descriptions and theories about particular fossil hominid discoveries, such as the earliest australopithecines, the diversity of Homo erectus, the extinction of the Neandertals, and the evolution of culture, language, and human cognition.

Prerequisites: an introductory biological/physical anthropology course and the instructor's permission.

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