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Talking Human Origins

Coordinator: Shaili Singh
8 credits for 25 students


In this learning community we will study human diversity through anthropology and theatre. This cluster is for EOP students only.

85083 ANTH 201 Human Origins 3 Cr. MWF 10-10:50 a.m. - Malit, N.
An introduction to physical anthropology, which is the study of human variability and adaptation. We will study the concepts of evolution, genetics, primatology, skeletal biology, and demography using the scientific framework of theory testing. These will build a foundation of knowledge that will allow us to explore human
origins and evolution, and understand modern human diversity. This should be an exciting class where we will be able to bring together many scientific fields to explore fascinating issues that are closest to humans. Satisfies General Education SB requirement.

83691 ANTH 201 Human Origins LAB 1 cr. Th 1-2:50 p.m. - Malit, N. (20 seats reserved)
84761 ANTH 201 Human Origins LAB 1 cr. Th 3-4:50 p.m. Malit, N. (5 seats reserved)

Satisfies general education LB requirement.

85084 DRAM 313 History of Theatre II 3 cr. TuTh 9:30-10:45 p.m. - Pecora, J.

Development of theatre arts in world culture from Shakespeare to present day. Emphasis on conditions of production with respect to theatre architecture, cultural values, costuming, staging and performance.
Satisfies General Education WC requirement.

Select one of these two recitation options:
85089 FY Recitation 190 1 cr. Tu 11-12:15 p.m. - Malit, N. (12 students)
85090 FY Recitation 190 1 cr. Tu 2-3:15 p.m. - Malit, N.(13 students)