Anthropology Department

Physical Anthropology

Description:

Biological (or physical) anthropology looks at Homo sapiens as a genus and species, tracing their biological origins, evolutionary development, and genetic diversity. Biological anthropologists study the biocultural prehistory of Homo to understand human nature and, ultimately, the evolution of the brain and nervous system itself.

For courses and course information please visit the undergraduate catalog.

  • ANT 101 Human Biocultural Evolution
  • ANT 301 Biological Anthropology
  • ANT 310 Human Osteology
  • ANT 311 Medical Anthropology
  • ANT 312 Primate Behavior
  • ANT 313 Human Paleontology

Faculty:

Dr. Bob Mensforth
Email: R.MENSFORTH@csuohio.edu
Campus Location: CB141
Phone: 216.687.5223