John Hawks' lectures - Principles of Biological Anthropology

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John Hawks' lectures - Principles of Biological Anthropology

Postby genemachine on February 15th, 2012, 8:54 pm 

John Hawks is putting a series of anthropology lectures online.

He is known for popular blog and his work on the introgression of Neanderthal genes into modern human populations. I find his work very exciting.

The first lecture was more about course administration so the first video is lecture 2 and can be found here:

http://johnhawks.net/courses/principles/spring-2012-lecture-2

The most recent is lecture 5 and the other lectures can be found here:

http://johnhawks.net/courses/principles

My time is short and I confess that I have not yet viewed them but plan to and would like to discuss them here if anyone is interested. I apologise in advance that my contribution may be sporadic.
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Re: John Hawks' lectures - Principles of Biological Anthropo

Postby zetreque on March 15th, 2014, 6:46 pm 

I just finished a John Hawks course on coursera.org
It was wonderful!!
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Re: John Hawks' lectures - Principles of Biological Anthropo

Postby QuantumShift on March 31st, 2014, 3:35 pm 

[url=/viewtopic.php?p=254015#p254015]zetreque » Sat Mar 15, 2014 5:46 pm[/url] wrote:I just finished a John Hawks course on coursera.org
It was wonderful!!


I've been meaning to try that. I take it your experience has been a positive one?
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