Anth102SyllabusFall2010 (4) - HUMAN ORIGINS AND CULTURE...

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1 HUMAN ORIGINS AND CULTURE ANTHROPOLOGY 102 1:00-1:50pm MWF Fall 2010 66 Main Library Dr. Rebecca Stumpf ……………………………………………………… 189 Davenport Hall rstumpf@illinois.edu Hours: M 10-11, F 10-12 333-8072 Dr. Christopher Fennell . ............................................................................. 296 Davenport Hall cfennell@illinois.edu Hours: W 10-12, 2-3 cell 312-513-2683 TAs …………………………………………………………………………………. ..…………… Kathryn Fay ………………………………………………………… Hours: M Th 2-3:30 296 Davenport kfay2@illinois.edu Ashley Stinespring ………………………………………………… Hours: M W 11:50- 289 Davenport 12:50, T 12:00-1:00 Stinesp1@Illinois.Edu Alyson Rode ………………………………………………………… Hours: T 10-12, Medical Sciences Building 076 Th 11-12 rode1@illinois.edu Course Description: This class explores the fossil and archaeological evidence for human evolution and the evolution of culture. We examine the fossil and artifact record of the last several million years in order to develop an understanding of why we are interesting animals and a somewhat unique species. The first part of the course considers our biological heritage. We learn the biological bases of human life and carefully evaluate the human fossil record. The second part of the course introduces students to archaeology, the evolution of cultural behavior, and archaeological investigations of cultures in world prehistory and history. This course fulfills the Social Perspectives GenEd requirement. Course Mechanics
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