Teaching/Courses

Anthropology Courses taught by Professor Tung

  • Anthropology 1301: Introduction to Biological Anthropology (Professor Tung teaches this course in even numbered years: 2016, 2018, 2020, etc.)
  • Anthropology 2370: Death and the Human Body
  • Anthropology 3372/6372: Human Osteology
  • Anthropology 271: Human Evolution (no longer offered)
  • Anthropology 272: Human Variation (no longer offered)
  • Anthropology 4373/6373: Health and Disease in Ancient Populations
  • Anthropology 2371: Maymester, Reading the Bones: Bioarchaeology & Forensics in Peru
    • There are no prerequisites for any of the courses listed above.
  • I also advise students in Senior Honors Thesis projects.
  • Anthropology 8010.01 (Graduate Seminar): Bioarchaeology, Ethics, and NAGPRA
  • Anthropology 8010.02 (Graduate Lab & Seminar): Stable Isotope Analysis in Bioarchaeology
  • Anthropology 8301 (Graduate Seminar): Bioarchaeology: Theory & Methods
  • Anthropology 8311 (Graduate seminar): Violence and Its Embodiments in the Past and Present
    • Advanced undergrads may enroll in graduate seminars with permission from the professor.

If you are interested in writing a Senior Honors Thesis for the Department of Anthropology, visit this site for details.

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Sam Larson and Alyson Aldridge photographing skeletal material in the Osteology Lab (Course, Anth 3372).

Teresa Franco and Kelly Coffman examining human skeletal remains in the Osteology Lab (Course, Anth 3372).