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Forensic Anthropology

Published: Mar 21st, 2013

One important focus within biological anthropology is forensic anthropology, a synergistic science. UF’s forensic anthropology program typically includes coursework in evolutionary biology, biostatistics, human gross anatomy, forensic pathology, archaeology, biomechanics,… Read More

Biological Anthropology

Published: Mar 17th, 2013

Our faculty‘s research is international in scope, with projects in Bosnia, China, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malaysia, Mongolia, Panama, Russia, Suriname, and Yemen. Academics The Department of Anthropology offers many stimulating courses in biological,… Read More


Published: Mar 17th, 2013

Faculty archaeologists conduct research in the Americas (North, Central, and South America) and Africa. Their research interests include the following topics: archaeological method and theory archaeology and history art and architecture… Read More




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