ANTH1014B - Introduction to Biological Anthropology II

Term 2

Introductory overview of human adaptation to different environmental and other stresses; General introduction to human nutritional requirements and problems, environmental physiology, epidemiology and evolution of infectious diseases relevant to the study of human ecology.  Introductory overview of the fossil and archaeological evidence for human evolution, and of the interpretation of this evidence.

ANTH1014B

Taught by: Dr Caroline GarawayDr Matthew Skinner
E-mail:
c.garaway@ucl.ac.uk, m.skinner@ucl.ac.uk
Assessment: 2.5 hour unseen written exam (100%) + 2 x 1500 words non-assessed essays
Student Contact Hours:
2 hour lecture + 1 hour tutorial per week
Prerequisites: None. Term 2 of Anthropology first year core course (ANTH1014). This half unit is a core course for Human Sciences students. This course is not open to subsidiary students.
Option Type:
Biological Anthropology

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