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Conceptual issues in modern human origins research, G.A. Clark and C.M. Willermet, editors

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Conceptual issues in modern human origins research
Title
Conceptual issues in modern human origins research
Statement of responsibility
G.A. Clark and C.M. Willermet, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
GN281
LC item number
C586 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1968-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Clark, Geoffrey A
  • Willermet, C. M.
Series statement
Evolutionary foundations of human behavior
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  • Human beings
  • Human evolution
  • Human evolution
Label
Conceptual issues in modern human origins research, G.A. Clark and C.M. Willermet, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 437-492) and indexes
Contents
  • Fuzzy set theory and its implications for speciation models
  • Catherine M. Willerment and Brett Hill
  • Problems and limitations of absolute dating in regard to the appearance of modern humans in southwestern Europe
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • Near East and Europe : continuity or discontinuity?
  • Bernard Vandermeersch
  • Modern humans at the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic in France : anthropological data and perspectives
  • Dominique Gambier
  • Transition to anatomically modern humans : the case of peninsular Italy
  • Amilcare Bietti
  • Modern human origins : narrow focus or broad spectrum?
  • Human paleontology of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition on the Iberian Peninsula
  • Mariá Dolores Garralda
  • Scenarios for the Middle to Upper paleolithic transition : a European perspective
  • Jean-Phillippe Rigaud
  • Concept of Upper Paleolithic hunters in southwestern Europe : a historical perspective
  • J. Gonzaĺez Echegaray
  • Transition from Middle to Upper Paleolithic in the Cave of El Castillo Cantabria, Spain
  • Victoria Cabrera Valdeś, Manuel Hoyos Goḿez, and Federico Bernaldo de Quiroś Guidotti
  • Models, polarization, and perspectives on modern human origins
  • Günter Bräuer and Chris Stringer
  • C. Loring Brace
  • Morphological evolution, behavior change, and the origins of modern humans
  • Steven E. Churchill
  • Perspectives on Neanderthals as ancestors
  • David W. Frayer
  • Iberian situation between 40,000 and 30,000 B.P. in light of European models of migration and convergence
  • Lawrence G. Straus
  • Biological and archaeological classifications : boundaries, biases, and paradigms in Upper Paleolithic research
  • Betsy Schumann
  • Paleoanthropological research traditons in the Far East
  • Geoffrey G. Pope
  • What does it mean to be modern?
  • On the descent of modern humans in East Asia
  • Wu Xinzhi
  • Analyzing modern human origins in China
  • Susan G. Keates
  • Evolution of modern human cranial diversity : interpreting the patterns and processes
  • Marta Mirazoʹn Lahr
  • Thinking about evolutionary change : the polarity of our ancestors /
  • Colin P. Groves
  • Testing the out of Africa replacement hypothesis with mitochondrial DNA data
  • Alan R. Templeton
  • Milford H. Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari
  • Population perspectives on human origins research
  • Henry Harpending and John Relethford
  • Time and place of human origins : implications from modeling
  • Charles E. Oxnard
  • Race and language in prehistory
  • Vincent M. Sarich
  • One and the many : epistemological reflections on the modern human origins debate
  • Jane Maienschein
  • Philosophy and paleoanthropology : some shared interests?
  • Michael Ruse
  • Systematics in anthropology : where science confronts the humanities and consistently loses
  • Jonathan Marks
  • Through a glass darkly : conceptual issues in modern human origins research
  • G. A. Clark
Control code
35212776
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 508 p.
Isbn
9780202020402
Isbn Type
(pbk. : acid-free paper)
Lccn
96033415 //r982
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
Conceptual issues in modern human origins research, G.A. Clark and C.M. Willermet, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 437-492) and indexes
Contents
  • Fuzzy set theory and its implications for speciation models
  • Catherine M. Willerment and Brett Hill
  • Problems and limitations of absolute dating in regard to the appearance of modern humans in southwestern Europe
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • Near East and Europe : continuity or discontinuity?
  • Bernard Vandermeersch
  • Modern humans at the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic in France : anthropological data and perspectives
  • Dominique Gambier
  • Transition to anatomically modern humans : the case of peninsular Italy
  • Amilcare Bietti
  • Modern human origins : narrow focus or broad spectrum?
  • Human paleontology of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition on the Iberian Peninsula
  • Mariá Dolores Garralda
  • Scenarios for the Middle to Upper paleolithic transition : a European perspective
  • Jean-Phillippe Rigaud
  • Concept of Upper Paleolithic hunters in southwestern Europe : a historical perspective
  • J. Gonzaĺez Echegaray
  • Transition from Middle to Upper Paleolithic in the Cave of El Castillo Cantabria, Spain
  • Victoria Cabrera Valdeś, Manuel Hoyos Goḿez, and Federico Bernaldo de Quiroś Guidotti
  • Models, polarization, and perspectives on modern human origins
  • Günter Bräuer and Chris Stringer
  • C. Loring Brace
  • Morphological evolution, behavior change, and the origins of modern humans
  • Steven E. Churchill
  • Perspectives on Neanderthals as ancestors
  • David W. Frayer
  • Iberian situation between 40,000 and 30,000 B.P. in light of European models of migration and convergence
  • Lawrence G. Straus
  • Biological and archaeological classifications : boundaries, biases, and paradigms in Upper Paleolithic research
  • Betsy Schumann
  • Paleoanthropological research traditons in the Far East
  • Geoffrey G. Pope
  • What does it mean to be modern?
  • On the descent of modern humans in East Asia
  • Wu Xinzhi
  • Analyzing modern human origins in China
  • Susan G. Keates
  • Evolution of modern human cranial diversity : interpreting the patterns and processes
  • Marta Mirazoʹn Lahr
  • Thinking about evolutionary change : the polarity of our ancestors /
  • Colin P. Groves
  • Testing the out of Africa replacement hypothesis with mitochondrial DNA data
  • Alan R. Templeton
  • Milford H. Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari
  • Population perspectives on human origins research
  • Henry Harpending and John Relethford
  • Time and place of human origins : implications from modeling
  • Charles E. Oxnard
  • Race and language in prehistory
  • Vincent M. Sarich
  • One and the many : epistemological reflections on the modern human origins debate
  • Jane Maienschein
  • Philosophy and paleoanthropology : some shared interests?
  • Michael Ruse
  • Systematics in anthropology : where science confronts the humanities and consistently loses
  • Jonathan Marks
  • Through a glass darkly : conceptual issues in modern human origins research
  • G. A. Clark
Control code
35212776
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 508 p.
Isbn
9780202020402
Isbn Type
(pbk. : acid-free paper)
Lccn
96033415 //r982
Other physical details
ill., maps

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