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ANT 2534 - Race: Biology and Culture


3 credits
Prerequisites: ENC 1101  with a grade of "C" or higher
This course will be a study of the concept of race from the viewpoint of physical and cultural anthropology. Biology and Culture focuses on race and its effects in three main areas: historical, biological, and cultural. The concept of race is traced from its historical roots in the conquest era through its near-universal acceptance the last 200 years. The biology of human variation explains human differences and similarities, disclaiming race as an objective biological reality.



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