Leading researchers in the studies of Southeast Asian, East Asian, and Oceanian populations present the most up-to-date results of their research on the origin and migrations of modern humans in southeast Asia.
Prehistory of human populations: archaelogical, linguistic and paleontological perspectives - prehistory, language and human biology - is there a consensus in East and Southeast Asia?, C.F.W. Higham; human diversity and language diversity, W. S-Y Wang; before the neolithic - hunter-gatherer societies in Central Thailand, R. Thosarat. The peopling of Southeast Asia: the case for an African rather than an Asian origin of the human Y-chromosome YAP insertion, P.A. Underhill and C.C. Roseman; genetic history of ethnic populations in Southwestern China, B. Su et al; Y-chromosomal variation in uxorilocal and patrilocal populations in Thailand, M. Srikummool et al; genetic relationships among 16 ethnic groups from Malaysia and Southeast Asia, S.G. Tan. The peopling of East Asia: Chinese human genome diversity project - a synopsis, J. Chu; origins and prehistoric migrations of modern humans in East Asia, B. Su and L. Jin. The peopling of Oceania: the genetic trail from Southeast Asia to the Pacific, R. Deka et al; the colonization of remote Oceania and the drowning of Sundaland, J.K. Lum.
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