Anthropology Autumn Courses 2020

March 20, 2020

Anthropology Autumn Courses 2020

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Anthropology is the study of culture, biology, and society of humans and their nearest biological relatives, past and present. Our courses teach to a variety of subfields at a variety of levels. Take a look at our advanced undergraduate courses, and don't forget to check out out intro courses--ANTHROP 1100 (Introduction to Anthropology), 2200 (Introduction to Physical Anthropology), 2201 (Introduction to Archaeology), and 2202 (Introduction to Cultural Anthropology). [Note: All GTA taught introductory courses will be taught online in Fall 2020]

Our current list of Autumn undergraduate courses (excluding intro courses, see Buckeyelink) available for registration: 

Course # Class# Days Time Name Instructor
3005 33795 Tu/Th 12:45-2:05 Careers with Anthropology Moritz
3211 12577 We/Fr 9:35-10:55 Introduction to Forensic Science Angel
3300 12478 Tu/Th 12:45-2:05 Human Origins Guatelli-Steinberg
3301 12479 Tu/Th 11:10-12:30 Modern Human Physical Variation Piperata
3302 23419 Tu/Th 2:20-3:40 Introduction to Medical Anthropology Piperata
3350 34270 Tu/Th 9:35-10:55 Prehistoric Indians of the Ohio Valley Yerkes
3401 12480 Tu/Th 11:10-12:30 Fundamentals of Archaeology Field
           
3416 25678 Mo/We/Fr 9:10-10:05 Latin American Peoples and Cultures Kawa
3451 34273 Tu/Th 8:00-9:20 Archaeology of the Ancient Near East McCorriston
3504 22593 Tu/Th 11:10-12:30 Introduction to Anatomy McKee
4525 12481 Mo/We/fr 11:30-12:25 History of Anthropological Theory Kawa
5607 23949 Fr 2:15-5:00 Human Osteology Larsen
5608 35316 Tu/Th  2:00-3:30 Skeletal Biology Agnew & Hunter
5615 34395 Mo/We/Fr 8:00-8:55 Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Behavior Trask
           
5644 25686 We/Fr 2:15-5:00 Forensic Anthropology Johnston 
5686 25021 Mo 11:15-2:00 Practical training in Forensic Anthropology Angel
5700 34281 Mo/We/Fr 10:20-11:15 Anthropology, Public Health, and Human Rights    Moore

 

 

Updated 7/1/2020 to reflect current course offerings. 

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