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ANTH 432 - Bioanthropology of Race


Race among humans is a socially constructed label with a biosocial history and biosocial implications. Marginalization of peoples has and continues to occur based on race with the assumption that race can be biologically defined. Despite the wide reaching effects of race and its assumed biological determinism, there is no biological evidence that supports differentiating people based on race. This course will demonstrate that point through the framework of biological anthropology. (Liberal Studies P1).

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