ANTH 2200: Intro to Biological Anthropology: Getting Started

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What's in this Guide?

This guide will introduce you to library resources and websites on biological anthropology, with particular focus on evolution, human and non-human primates, and genetics and human variation, along with additional information on research databases.

"Australopithecus afarensis adult male - head model - Smithsonian Museum of Natural History - 2012-05-17" by Tim Evanson is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

For more information on Anthropology courses at Columbus State, please click here.

One Foot in the Past

This video examines the fossils of foot bones possibly belonging to a new species of hominin that lived 3.4 million years ago, the same time as Lucy, an Australopithecus afarensis. 

Course Textbook

The course textbook, Essentials of Physical Anthropology, is available at both the Columbus State Library (Columbus Campus) and the Moeller 149 Learning Center (Delaware Campus) for two-hour checkout, in-building use only.

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