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Human Biology Sophomore College Courses

HUMBIO 16SC. Stanford Safari: Field Observations in Our Own Backyard

Interdisciplinary approach to analyzing complex institutions using Stanford as focus; field observation skills including photography. Disciplines include anthropology, sociology, structural and landscape architectures, art, photography, tourism, educational theory, history, climatology, ecology, natural history.

2 units, Aut (Siegel, R)

HUMBIO 17SC. Darwin, Evolution, and Galápagos

(Same as ANTHRO 10SC.) Lessons from the study of flora and fauna in Galápagos from Darwin's time to today. Adaptation, sexual selection, speciation, and adaptive radiation. The challenges the Galapágos Islands pose for conservation.

2 units, Aut (Durham, W)

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