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Spring 2019

Section 4838 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jan 28 - May 10 2019
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. If you are using the printed version of the Schedule, go to (https://classes.santarosa.edu/) to find the section number links. This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early.

Section 4853 of ANTHRO19
Forensic Anthropology -- : Jan 29 - May 09 2019
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week.

Section 5423 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jan 29 - May 09 2019
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week.

Section 8437 of ANTHRO31
Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture -- : Jan 29 - May 09 2019
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week.

Section 8873 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jan 28 - May 10 2019
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. If you are using the printed version of the Schedule, go to (https://classes.santarosa.edu/) to find the section number links.This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early.

Summer 2018

Section 8913 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jun 18 - Jul 29 2018
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. If you are using the printed version of the Schedule, go to (https://classes.santarosa.edu/) to find the section number links.

Section 9501 of ANTHRO1
Biological Anthropology -- : Jun 18 - Jul 29 2018
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. If you are using the printed version of the Schedule, go to (https://classes.santarosa.edu/) to find the section number links.

 
 

I am on sabbatical during the fall 2019 semester and will be out of the country and unavailable until late January 2019.

 

If you are a student and are inquiring about Add Codes, please note: I do NOT give out add codes for full courses and not until the first day of class.

 

If you are a student and need info about spring 2019 textbooks, please see below.

 

 

*BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY - Anthro 1

There is ONE required text for this class.

Clark S. Larsen (2017) Our Origins: Discovering Physical Anthropology, 4th edition. Norton.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE A TEXT WITH THE ACCESS CODE.

 

*MESOAMERICAN ORIGINS - Anthro 31

There is ONE required text for this class.

Susan Toby Evans (2013) Ancient Mexico and Central America, 3rd edition. Thames & Hudson, New York.

 

*FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY - Anthro 19

There are TWO required texts for my Forensic Anthropology class .  Both of these books are required.

You will be using both texts regularly during class, so you need to buy both texts.

Please note: You will need the physical copy of each book; no electronic copies may be used in class.

Make sure to get your textbooks BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN.  You will be needing them right away.

1) Steven N Byers (2017) Introduction to Forensic Anthropology, 5th edition. Routledge.

An inexpensive international version of the Byers textbook (around $20) is available via AbeBooks and other online sources.  The ISBN for the cheaper international version is: ISBN 10: 1138568465 or ISBN 13: 9781138568464

As of yesterday, there were about 20 copies available at https://www.abebooks.com/products/isbn/9781138568464?cm_sp=bdp-_-9781138...  I highly recommend ordering this version right away before these inexpensive copies are sold.  If you buy the textbook new it can be as much $180 - even renting it costs over $50!  Also, please make sure that you purchase the correct edition - the 5th edition.

2) Tim White & Pieter Folkens (2005) The Human Bone Manual. Elsevier/Academic Press.

There are multiple sources to purchase both new and used copies of this book for under $30. Renting it can be around $20, but I would recommend purchasing your own copy since it’s not much cheaper to rent.