Series: Blackwell Companions to Anthropology
Ungar and Matt Sponheimer Richmond and Kevin G. Hatala Section 3. Environment and behavior Multiproxy Paleoecology. Reconstructing evolutionary context in paleoanthropology Kaye E. Reed Michael Plavcan Geochronology Alan L. Deino Genetics and race Genetic perspectives on ape and human evolution Todd R. Disotell The Genetics of Morphology Richard J. Sherwood and Dana L.
Duren Paleoanthropology and Race Milford H.
The fossil record Section 5. Paleogene primates Primate Origins Mary T. Silcox Anthropoid Origins K. Christopher Beard Catarrhine origins Terry Harrison Section 6. Begun Before Australopithecus.
The Earliest Hominins Scott W. Simpson Australopithecus and Kenyanthropus Carol V.
Ward and Ashley S. Hammond The age of Homo Earliest Homo Friedemann Schrenk Homo erectus and related taxa Susan C. Anton The Middle Pleistocene Record. Neanderthals Katerina Harvati Modern human origins Mark Collard and Mana Dembo Homo floresiensis William L. The chapters also provide sufficient depth to be useful to graduate students and faculty as a reference text. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. Fleagle, Stony Brook University " A Companion to Paleoanthropology brings new ideas to light on human evolution, brilliantly coordinated by David Begun.
It provides an unparalleled account of all that is new in palaeoanthropology, and it is essential reading for students, teachers and researchers alike.
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