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ANTH 1200: Human Origins: Home

This course is an introduction to the scientific discipline known as biological anthropology.

Course Overview

This course aims to teach students about the evolutionary history, ecology, and behavior of humans and other primates, while also providing information on a range of topics including the history of evolutionary thought, natural selection, basic genetics, and elementary skeletal anatomy.  No prior courses in anthropology or evolutionary biology are required.

Online Class Meetings:
Platform: Slack and Blackboard
Time: Fridays 8:30am-11:30am and by appointment

Professor and course info

Professor: Abigail Colby
Email: abigailcolby7943@gmail.com
Office Hours: Weds 2-3:30pm on Zoom
Office Platform: Blackboard and by appointment.

Rights Info

Unless otherwise noted, this TREM 1165 Open Educational Resource (OER) was curated by Professor Abigail Colby for Brooklyn College in 2021 and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. [Detailed license and acknowledgement]