Class Notes for Anthropology 1026F/G at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNANTH 1026F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Movie: The New Chimpanzees

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22 Jan 2012
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Simian, Plate Tectonics, 5 Fingers

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24 Oct 2017
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Things not covered in class low priority (study slides) Don"t have to know date of time period just what happens in them. Plesiadapis is the most likel
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ground-Penetrating Radar, Homo Habilis, Olduvai Gorge

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19 Mar 2015
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More on method and theory in archaeological paleoanthropology. Note from last year"s class: the piltdown man was actually a fraud! Was an orangutan man
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GIan ColquhounFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture 13: Lecture 13 (notes).docx

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19 Mar 2015
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Ancient civilizations of the old and new worlds: Archaeologists like v. gordon childe argued that for a society to be considered a. The inca"s quipo wa
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonFall

Introduction to Language

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15 Nov 2011
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: James Ussher, Neanderthal, Catastrophism

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21 Apr 2016
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Rational pre-selection ability to plan for future. Anthropology: goals, objects of study? (data facts of interest) Variation in: a) physical appearance
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GAndrew NelsonWinter

Population Genetics - Micro and Macroevolution and Taxonomy

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26 Jan 2012
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Population genetics micro and macroevolution and taxonomy. Genome size does not correlate with evolutionary status nor is the number of genes proportio
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Human Variation and Adaptation: Biological Diversity in Modern Humans

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25 Nov 2011
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Neanderthals

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25 Nov 2011
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dentition, Quadrupedalism, Mesozoic

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21 Apr 2016
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Mesozoic 230 to 75/65 million years ago dinosaurs. Cenozoic 75/65 million years ago to today mammals. Of living species, primate most like insectivore
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Foramen Magnum, Pelvis, Bipedalism

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21 Apr 2016
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Why study non-human primates: what it means to be human genetically and behaviorally: Humans only primates that make tools to make tools a. b. But chim
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WESTERNANTH 1026F/GChristopher EllisFall

Anthropology 1026F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Excavata, Radiocarbon Dating, Relative Dating

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21 Apr 2016
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Can make predictions eg: predict where bison kill sites might be found. How sites found: hard to miss eg: pyramids, parthenon, ancient cities. Exceptio
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