ANT310 Bioarchaeology of Food

An examination of the manner in which archeologists reconstruct diet and its influence on human evolution, social organization, and health. Topics covered in the course include the biochemical nature of food and nutrients, the associations between diet and morphological and behavioral adaptations in fossil hominins, the relationship between human social organizations and subsistence strategies, and the impact of the transition of food production.

Credits

  • 3

Attributes

  • GE3: NSCI
  • Liberal Arts

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