Edited By: Bryan Sykes
195 pages, Figs
Bryan Sykes brings together a world-class set of contributors to debate just what the links between genes, language and the archaeological record can tell us about human evolution. The eight lively essays offer widely differing options, pose more questions than they offer answers, eschew jargon, and pursue controversy.
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