Anthropology (ANTH) - Biology and Culture

ANTH 2076  Biology and Culture


3 hours per week.




Students examine changing perspectives on the relationship between biology and culture in Anthropology. Students explore core ideas from the main subfields of Biological Anthropology, including Paleoanthropology, Primatology, and Forensic Anthropology, as well as contemporary debates about the relative importance of evolutionary pressures in shaping human behaviour and the relationships between human beings and non-human organisms.

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