By: Robert S McElvaine
453 pages, B/w photos, illus
McElvaine bridges the gap between evolutionary biology and history to create a new approach which he terms biohistory. In a departure from the methods of conventional history, Eve's Seed sets out to show how the interplay between evolutionary heritage and changing environments has shaped the course of history, from the days of hunter-gatherers to the contemporary world.
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