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Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Human Origins

ANTH 1131 Lecture 16: Concept of "Race"
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Concept of Race * Refers to subspecies physically distinguishable ...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 15: Modern Human Variation & Adaptation Continued...
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Modern Human Variation Adaptation Continued. ... SpeciesWide Adapt...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 14: Modern Human Variation & Adaptation
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Modern Human Variation Adaptation: Looks at physical differences: ...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 13: Theoretical Models for the Origin of Anatomically Modern Humans Continued..
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Theoretical Models for the Origin of Anatomically Modern Humans Con...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 12: Theoretical Models for the Origin of Anatomically Modern Humans
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Theoretical Models for the Origin of Anatomically Modern Humans: 1....

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 11: Hominid Evolution: Homo Sapiens
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Hominid Evolution: Homo Sapiens: 1. Homo Sapiens: Archaic Homo sapi...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 10: Hominid Evolution: Homo Erectus
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Hominid Evolution: Homo Erectus: * Acheulean Tools = Handaxes. * Ho...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 9: Hominid Evolution & Homo Habilis
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Hominid Evolution: 1. Homo Habilis 2. Homo Erectus 3. Homo Sapiens ...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 8: Human Origins
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Human Origin: 1. Sahelanthropus tchandensis (6mya) Evidence of bip...

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ANTH 1131 Lecture 7: Hominids Characteristics
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Hominids Characteristics: 1. Bipedalism 2. Dentition 3. Large Brain...

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