AnthropologyANTH 110J Emerging Humanity

Using an anthropological and archaeological perspective to learn about human history before AD 1500, course explores fossil remains of human ancestors and traces the more recent history of humanity from forgers/hunters to the emergence of complex societies/civilizations. Topics include human biological evolution, the development of organized human societies, the origins of food production (domestication of plants and animals), the origins of the world's earliest urban centers, and the development of social inequality.



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