ANTH 5405: Human Skeletal Analysis

4 Credits

Structure, design, and variability of modern human skeleton. Anatomy, functional morphology, development, evolutionary history. Bone histology/biology, excavation, preservation, taphonomy, pathology, forensic analyses. Differentiating between males/females, adults/sub-adults, and humans/non-humans. Quizzes, exams, research paper, project.

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B+ Average (3.303)Most Common: A (42%)

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    Interesting


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