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Title: Human evolution and diversity syllabus (Anth 151)
Description: Although we're primarily a cultural and social anthropology program, I put together a class on human evolution and diversity that has grown quite popular. My background is really in cultural anthropology, so I try to set the class up as a kind of 'prehistory to culture', otherwise, it doesn't feed into the rest of our classes very well. Macquarie University is in Sydney, and many of our students have no science background and take the class to fulfill a general requirement. For this reason, a lot of the work is machine graded (multiple choice) and assignments are designed to teach basic research skills.
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Name: Greg Downey
Email: greg.downey@mq.edu.au
Online Course: Yes
Affiliation: Macquarie University
Field: Archaeology,Biological,Cultural,Linguistic,Four-/Five-Field
Material Type: Syllabus
Course Level: Introductory
Student Type: Undergraduate
Class Size: Larger than 50
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