Courses: Evolution (ANTHB236001)

Fall 2012

Class Number: 1465
A lecture/discussion course on the development of evolutionary thought, generally regarded as the most profound scientific event of the 19th century; its foundations in biology and geology; and the extent of its implications to many disciplines. Emphasis is placed on the nature of evolution in terms of process, product, patterns, historical development of the theory, and its applications to interpretations of organic history. Lecture three hours a week.
Div: II; Approach: Scientific Investigation (SI); Haverford: Natural Science (NA)
Enrollment Limit: 40; Post Bacc Spaces: 4; Enrollment Criteria:
Freshman; Sophomore; Junior; Senior; Major/Minor/Concentration;
Lottery; Instructor Permission; Crosslisted with BIOL B236;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1465 Div: II; SI;

Department

Anthropology (Web site)

Taught By

Gardiner,Stephen L.
Marenco,Pedro J.

Location

Bryn Mawr, PK25

Meeting Times

TTH 9:45am-11:15am