In 2014, I will be at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (http://ntu.edu.sg), for a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship on Sustainability and Pedagogy.
Anthropology 1 ONLINE
Introduction to Anthropology: Biological
ANTHR 1 Section 76219 ONLINE
Instructor: Michelle Y. Merrill
Office: Room 430A
Contact Info & Office Hours
Textbooks for Online Section Fall 2012
Required readings are from both:
How Humans Evolved (6th Edition), 2012. R. Boyd & J. Silk, WW Norton, NY. ISBN 978-0-393-91227-2 (e-book available)
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 12/13 (21st Edition), 2011. Elvio Angeloni (editor), McGraw Hill, Boston. ISBN 9780078051029 (also available as an e-book)
There may be additional required readings or other materials made available online. Fall 2012 Reading Schedule (PDF) Includes reading assignments and college-critical dates.
The class is entirely online, and will be primarily using Blackboard. In this course, students will learn to compare living and fossil primates, including humans, to critically analyze theories of human behavior, diversity and evolution.