The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T +44 (0)1227 764000
Foundations of Biological Anthropology - SE302
|Canterbury||Autumn and Spring||
Certificate level module usually taken in the first stage of a degree
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The information below applies to the 2013-14 session
This module appears in:
Method of assessment
- Boyd & Silk "How Humans Evolved", W.W. Norton, 2006
- Jones, et al "The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution", Cambridge University Press
- Stanford, et al "Biological Anthropology", Prentice Hall, 2009
- Scarre, "The Human Past", Thames & Hudson, 2005
- Dawkins, "The Blind Watchmaker", Penguin, 1984
- Understood the basic principles of evolution.
- Developed a good understanding of human prehistory and biology.
- Reviewed evidence from palaeoanthropology, evolutionary biology, comparative primatology, and archaeology that leads to this understanding.
- Discussed what it means to be human.
- An understanding of the origins of human culture, art, and society.
- An appreciation of humans as biological entities.