The Bone Readers: Science and Politics in Human Origins Research

1st Edition

Claudio Tuniz, Richard Gillespie, Cheryl Jones

Routledge
Published September 15, 2009
Reference - 272 Pages
ISBN 9781598744750 - CAT# Y288516

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Summary

The Bone Readers are a dedicated group of scholars who study the earliest human remains, their chemistry and DNA, their extinct floral and faunal contemporaries, and the geologic layers in which they were found. Their research leads them to theories about modern human origins that continually challenge conventional wisdom and cherished beliefs— about “Eve ,” Neanderthals, “hobbits,” and the Bering Straits, among others. Two leading Bone Readers and a science writer have penned a literate, authoritative summary of the current questions and the minefield of academic politics that surround it. Ideal for students in human origins or biological anthropology courses, and a delightful read.

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