Submitted 28 November 2022 by Giovanna Vidoli
This hands-on course introduces participants to human osteology and bone biology. The course offers an in-depth study of human skeletal remains, including fragmentary remains and dentition. Participants will also be exposed to non-human osseous materials. Daily quizzes will help participants track their progress and apply their knowledge. The course is designed for students and educators who are interested in learning how to identify complete and fragmentary human bones. No previous knowledge required. Course is held at Strong Hall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
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