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ANTH 4265/6265

Bioarchaeology
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Credit Hours:
3

Bioarchaeology is the study of human remains in archaeological contexts. The skeleton is a dynamic structure that responds to stressors in the natural and built environments, offering insights on health, human-environment interactions, and social processes in the past. This course covers basics in bioarchaeology and paleopathology from a biocultural perspective.

Semester Offered:
Spring

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