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Physical Anthropology - Exploratory Course

Part of After School Program

A. Hammond, et al. Journal of Human Evolution
Lateral (F) and medial (G) views of 1-million-year-old pelvic bone belonging to a human relative, Homo erectus, from Eritrea. Some of the specimen’s features are similar to those found in the pelves of modern humans and suggest that our pelvic anatomy may have evolved earlier than previously thought.
A. Hammond, et al. Journal of Human Evolution

In the fields of Koobi Fora anthropologists are piecing together the history of our species. Join their journey in this new course focusing exploring how physical anthropologists excavate field sites, examine fossil evidence, and track down traces of early human behavior in the archaeological record.

Meeting Times: Fridays 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Meeting Dates: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 3/1