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Reflections of our Past How Human History is Revealed in our Genes

By: John H Relethford
257 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Westview Press
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Explains how anthropologists use genetic information to test theories and find answers to fundamental questions.
"This is another of Relethford's fine books on human evolution. Very well written and without sensationalism, it clearly explains the nature of genetic reasoning about the past and the use of ancestors. His illustrations and easy explanations will make this fascinating subject understandable to anyone." Kenneth M Weiss, Penn State Univ.

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John Relethford is Distinguished Tea ching Professor, Department of Anthropology, SUNY College at Oneonta. He received the SUNY Chancello r's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1994-1995, a nd the Susan Sutton Smith Prize for Academic Excel lence, SUNY-Oneonta, 1995. Relethford is the auth or of The Human Species: An Introduction to Bi ological Anthropology, 4e and Fundamental s of Biological Anthropology, 2e. He currentl y serves in editorial capacities with American Ant hropologist, American Journal of Physical Anthropo logy, Human Biology, Human Heredity, and Journal o f Human Evolution.
By: John H Relethford
257 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Westview Press
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