The Emergence of Modern Humans: Biocultural Adaptations in the Later Pleistocene (School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series)
By Trinkaus, Erik (editor)
Pp. xv, 285; some text-figures (black-and-white photos and maps). Publisher’s original black cloth, lettered in silver on the spine, orange and brown pictorial dust jacket, 8vo. This volume collects a group of essays identifying the current issues regarding the origins and emergence of a “modern” human biological and behavioral pattern from the earlier pattern inferred for late archaic humans. These essays identify changing behavioral complexes in human life during the period between 120,000 and 12,000 years ago. This work also deals with the evolutionary place of Neanderthals in the origin of modern humans. There are contributions by Ofer Bar-Yosef, Lewis Binford, Eric Trinkaus, Fred Smith, Chris Stringer and Milford Wolpoff among others. Small signature of former owner on the front endpaper. From the series: School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series. No signs of use.
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Publisher Place||Cambridge, UK|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||A fine (new) copy in a fine dust jacket.|