Humankind emerging

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Bernard Grant Campbell
Little, Brown, 1979 - History - 489 pages
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Provides an up-to-date, comprehensive and readable introduction to the field of human evolution. Human evolution, evolutionary theory, evolutionary genetics, primate socioecology, hominin fossil record. Students or practitioners of anthropology in need of a current and comprehensive introduction to the field of human evolution.

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Good paleo or physical anthropology text, drawn from revenant materials recovered from ancestor sites. INTERESTING INFORMATION: Neanderthals. First identified near Dusseldorf where a tributary of the ... Read full review

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This book provided most of the information I needed to get a good grade in the Physical Anthropology couse I took. It's been a useful resource after the class, for whatever reason. Like many science ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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The Search for Human Origins
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Humans among the Animals
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