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Seeing Humans as Primates: A Mock Lecture



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Humans as Primates Lecture Poster 2

For the past two Fridays in January the UTM Anthropology Department has had mock lectures presented by candidates for a new teaching stream position in Biological Anthropology. On Friday, January 19th, the final mock lecture for the position will be held in IB385 at 11AM.

Dr. Sherry Fukuzawa

The final lecturer is Dr. Sherry Fukuzawa, Sessional Lecturer at the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Dr. Fukuzawa’s lecture will focus on humans as members of the Order Primate, and why this view is so significant to human kind. Read more about Dr. Fukuzawa’s lecture in the poster below!

Sherry Fukuzawa Lecture Poster

As with the other mock lectures, Dr. Fukuzawa’s class will be open to everyone, and will be followed by an open lunch at the fourth floor lounge of the Terrence Donnelly Health Science Complex.

We hope to see you there!



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