ANTH1014A - Introduction to Biological Anthropology I

Term 1

Term 1 of the whole unit ANTH1014 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology.  Basic evolutionary biology as applied in anthropology, covering evolutionary theory, socio-biology, introductory primate behaviour, taxonomy and phylogenetic reconstruction. Introduction to the similarities and differences between humans and non-human primates from both biological and behavioural points of view.

ANTH1014A

Taught by: Dr Andrea Migliano, Prof Volker Sommer
E-mail:
a.migliano@ucl.ac.uk, v.sommer@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 1 of the core Anthropology first year course.
Option Type:
Biological Anthropology

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