Dr. Schurr teaches a variety of courses that focus on a broad range of topics within the field of biological anthropology, including molecular anthropology, health and disease, human origins, human adaptation, and primatology, among others.
In the list below, undergraduate courses are numbered from 000-400, and graduate courses are numbered 500-700. Undergraduates can take 500-level graduate courses with permission, and graduate students can take 400-level undergraduate courses, although they must complete additional work such as a term paper along with other course assignments for them.
Based on revisions to the School of Arts & Sciences curriculum, all course numbers were changed to a four-digit system beginning in Fall 2022. Thus, ANTH 104 became ANTH 1040, ANTH 655 became ANTH 6550, etc.
Dr. Schurr’s teaching schedule for the next two academic years is shown below. Please also see the Anthropology Department website for more information about these and related courses in biological anthropology taught by other faculty members: https://anthropology.sas.upenn.edu/pc.