Units:4 Identification and interpretation of human skeletal remains. Includes significant anatomy content designed to build skills in identifying bone fragments. Analysis of identity, trauma, pathology, and bone modification emphasized, especially as relevant to reconstructing events in life and immediately surrounding death. Prerequisites:ANTH 1100, BIOL 2010, BIOL 2011, BIOL 2020or consent of instructor.Co-requisites:ANTH 4260recommended. Three hrs. lect., 2 hrs. act.