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(24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture)Course No. 1573Taught by Barbara J. KingThe College of William and MaryPh.D., University of OklahomaCourse Lecture Titles1. What is Biological Anthropology?2. How Evolution Works3. The Debate Over Evolution4. Matter ArisingNew Species5. Prosimians, Monkeys, and Apes6. Monkey and Ape Social Behavior7. The Mind of the Great Ape8. Models for Human Ancestors?9. Introducing the Hominids10. Lucy and Company11. Stones and Bones12. Out of Africa13. Who Were the Neandertals?14. Did Hunting Make Us Human?15. The Prehistory of Gender16. Modern Human Anatomy and Behavior17. On the Origins of Homo sapiens18. Language19. Do Human Races Exist?20. Modern Human Variation21. Body Fat, Diet, and Obesity22. The Body and Mind Evolving23. Tyranny of the Gene?24. Evolution and Our Future
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Barbara Kingsolver (born April 8, 1955) is an American novelist, essayist and poet. She was raised in rural Kentucky and lived briefly in the Congo in her early childhood.
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