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Dental Anthropology
This course is an introduction to the study of the human dentition including its chemistry, anatomy, morphology, growth, development, histology and paleopathology .The focus will be on archaeological teeth and how to construct the past human behavior from them.
Introduction to Anthropology
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the field of anthropology in both of its main divisions: Socio\cultural anthropology which discusses the social aspects of human societies such as social structure, customs and traditional beliefs and practices of social systems. The other division of anthropology is biological which discusses the biological aspects of human societies such as human variation, adaptation, evolution and importance of human skeletal studies.