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By H. James Birx

This five-volume Encyclopedia of Anthropology is a different number of over 1,000 entries that makes a speciality of issues in actual anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and utilized anthropology. additionally integrated are suitable articles on geology, paleontology, biology, evolution, sociology, psychology, philosophy, and theology. The contributions are authored through over 250 across the world popular specialists, professors, and students from the most unusual museums, universities, and institutes on this planet. exact recognition is given to human evolution, primate habit, genetics, old civilizations, sociocultural theories, and the worth of human language for symbolic communique.

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Leakey, Meave Epps Leakey, Richard E. F. lifestyles, foundation of Lovejoy, C. Owen Lucy reconstruction versions Mass extinctions Meganthropus Monkey Trial [1925] Monogenesis as opposed to polygenesis Morgan, Elaine Morgan, Lewis Henry Morphology as opposed to molecules in evolution Morris, Desmond Napier, J. R. Narmada guy Neandertal proof Neandertals Neo-Darwinism, foundation of Neo-Darwinism Non-Darwinian evolutionary mechanisms Olduvai Gorge Oparin, A. I. Orangutan-human evolution Oreopithecus Primate extinction Primate morphology and evolution Russel, Dale Allen Russia and evolution Sahelanthropus tchadensis Schwartz, Jeffrey H. Scopes, John choice, normal Sexual choice Spencer, Herbert country Darwin Museum, Moscow, Russia Tattersall, Ian Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre Theories Tylor, Edward Burnett Uniformitarianism Vernadsky, Vladimir Ivanovich Wallace, Alfred Russel Weidenrich, Franz White, Leslie A. White, Timothy Zinjanthropus boisei Geography/Geology Acheulean tradition Acropolis Altamira cave Amazonia Aotearoa (New Zealand) Ape biogeography Arctic Argentina Asia Australia Axes, hand Biogeography Brazil Carbon-14 relationship Catastrophism Cave artwork Clovis tradition Continental waft READER’S consultant xxiii Cuba Darwin, Charles courting concepts relationship thoughts, radiometric relationship ideas, relative Eoliths Fa Hien cave Fiji Folsom tradition Galapagos Islands Geologic column Geology Geomagnetism Graves Haiti Heyerdahl, Thor Israel Lascaux cave Leonardo da Vinci Levalloisian culture Lyell, Charles Machu Picchu Marquesas Mexico Mongolia Nazca tradition New courting strategies Ochre Oldowan tradition Olduvai Gorge Pacific rim Paleomagnetism Paleontology Paluxy footprints Peru Petra Petroglyphs Pictographs Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Potassium-Argon relationship Rapa Nui Rock artwork Samoa Sardinia Siberia Siwalik Hills Smith, William Stonehenge Stratigraphy Tierra del Fuego Uniformitarianism Uranium-Lead courting Venezuela Wegener, Alfred Linguistics Anatomy and body structure of speech Anthropology, heritage of Ape communique Ape intelligence Ape language synthetic intelligence Champollion, Jean-François Chants Chomsky, Noam Cognitive technological know-how desktop languages desktops and humankind Counseling tradition Ethnographic writing Ethnosemantics people speech Generative grammar worldwide language Glottochronology Intelligence Kanzi Kinship terminology Koko (lowland gorilla) Language Language and biology Language and tradition Language use, sociology of Language, animal Language, category of Language, starting place of Language, sorts of Lévi-Strauss, Claude Linguistic reconstruction Linguistics, ancient Lingusitics, transformational Memes Myths and mythology Oral literature Orality and anthropology Paralanguage Paralinguistic communique Patterson, Francine G. Phonetics Phonology Protolanguage Sapir, Edward Sapir-Whorf speculation Semantics, ethnographic Sociolinguistics Speech, people Swahili Symboling Universals in tradition Universals in language Vanishing languages Washoe Whorf, Benjamin Lee Paleontology Apes, fossil Atapuerca Australopithecines Black, Davidson Coon, Carleton S.

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