ANTC48H3 Advanced Topics In Human Osteology

A "hands-on" laboratory course which introduces students to the methods of analyzing human skeletal remains. Topics and analytic methods include: (1) the recovery and treatment of skeletal remains from archaeological sites; (2) odontological description, including dental pathology; (3) osteometric description; (4) nonmetric trait description; (5) methods of estimating age at death and sex; (6) quantitative analysis of metric and nonmetric data; and (7) paleopathology.
Science credit

Prerequisite: 
Exclusion: 

ANT334H, ANT334Y

Enrolment Limits: 
33
Breadth Requirements: 
Natural Sciences