Anth 472 Human Evolution and Adaptation

Advanced study of human population biology integrating ecology, genetics, and evolution. Evolutionary and bio-cultural explanations for genotypic and phenotypic variation, human life history patterns (reproduction, development, growth, and aging), population-specific adaptations involving climate, latitude, altitude, subsistence pattern, and diet, Darwinian medicine, health, and the distribution of infectious and chronic disease.



Slash Listed Courses

Also offered for graduate-level credit as Anth 572 and may be taken only once for credit.


Anth 372 or consent of instructor.