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The Resource Rethinking the human revolution : new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans, edited by Paul Mellars [and others]

Rethinking the human revolution : new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans, edited by Paul Mellars [and others]

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Rethinking the human revolution : new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans
Title
Rethinking the human revolution
Title remainder
new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paul Mellars [and others]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
NLM
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
GN281
LC item number
.R42 2007 Oversize
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mellars, Paul
Series statement
McDonald Institute monographs,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Human beings
  • Human evolution
  • Biological Evolution
  • Humans
  • Adaptation, Psychological
  • Archaeology
  • Behavior
  • Paleontology
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
Label
Rethinking the human revolution : new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans, edited by Paul Mellars [and others]
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0904/2008428386.html
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • New phylogenetic relationships for Y-chromosome Haplogroup I: reappraising its phylogeography and prehistory
  • Peter A. Underhill [and others]
  • pt. 2. Cognitive perspectives on modern human origins.
  • Body ornamentation as information technology: towards an understanding of the significance of early beads
  • Steven L. Kuhn & Mary C. Stiner
  • The significance of 'acculturation' depends on the meaning of 'culture'
  • Philip G. Chase
  • Putting it all together: a constructionist approach to the evolution of human mental capacities
  • Kathleen R. Gibson
  • Did a small but significant enhancement in working memory capacity power the evolution of modern thinking?
  • Introduction.
  • Thomas Wynn & Frederick L. Coolidge
  • The social brain and the cultural explosion of the human revolution
  • Robin I.M. Dunbar
  • Did syntax trigger the human revoluton?
  • Derek Bickerton
  • Music and the origin of modern humans
  • Steven Mithen
  • pt. 3. The archaeological and behavioural records in southern and eastern Africa.
  • Fully symbolic Sapiens behavior: innovations in the Middle Stone Age at Blombos Cave, South Africa
  • Christopher Stuart Henshilwood
  • Rethinking the human revolution: Eurasian and African perspectives
  • Down with the revolution
  • Sally McBrearty
  • Context and chronology of early Homo sapiens fossils from the Omo Kibish formation, Ethiopia
  • John J. Shea, John G. Fleagle & Selalem Assefa
  • pt. 4. The archaeological and behavioural records in central and northern Africa and the Near East.
  • Modern is as modern does? Technological trends and thresholds in the south-central African record
  • Lawrence Barham
  • Abrupt climatic change and chronology of the upper Palaeolithic in northern and eastern Morocco
  • R. Nick Barton [and others]
  • The place of northeast Africa in the early history of modern humans: new data and interpretations on the middle Stone Age
  • Paul Mellars
  • Philip Van Peer & Pierre M. Vermeersch
  • From the beginning: Levantine Upper Palaeolithic cultural change and continuity
  • Anna Belfer-Cohen & A. Nigel Goring-Morris
  • The dispersal of modern humans in Eurasia: a cultural interpretation
  • Ofer Bar-Yosef
  • The boulevard of broken dreams: evolutionary discontinuity in the late Pleistocene Levant
  • John J. Shea
  • pt. 5. The demographic and archaeological records in Europe.
  • What can Neanderthals tell us about modern origins?
  • Jean-Jacques Hublin
  • pt. 1. Biological and demographic perspectives on modern human origins.
  • The Peştera Cu Oase people, Europe's earliest modern humans
  • João Zilhão [and others]
  • Re-evaluating the Aurignacian as an expression of modern human mobility and dispersal
  • William Davies
  • Evolution or revolution? New evidence for the origin of symbolic behaviour in and out of Africa
  • Francesco D'Errico & Marian Vanhaeren
  • Systems of personal ornamentation in the early upper Palaeolithic: methodological challenges and new observations
  • Randall White
  • Changing biodiversity and complexity across the middle-upper Palaeolithic transition
  • Katie Boyle
  • The origin and dispersal of Homo sapiens: our current state of knowledge
  • pt. 6. The archaeological and behavioural records in central and eastern Europe.
  • The significance of blade technologies in the period 50-35 kyr BP for the middle Palaeolithic-upper Palaeolithic transition in central and eastern Europe
  • Janusz K. Kozlowski
  • On modern human penetration to northern Eurasia: the multiple advances hypothesis
  • Jiří A. Svoboda
  • Social intimacy, artefact visibility and acculturation models of Neanderthal-modern human interaction
  • Gilbert B. Tostevin
  • Arguments for population movement of anatomically modern humans from central Asia to Europe
  • Marcel Otte
  • Heading north: an africanist perspective on the replacement of Neanderthals by modern humans
  • Chris Stringer
  • Curtis W. Marean
  • pt. 7. Asian and Australasian perspectives.
  • Mind the gap: factoring the Arabian Peninsula and the Indian subcontinent into Out of Africa models
  • Michael D. Petraglia
  • Pre-LGM Sahul (Pleistocene Australia-New Guinea) and the archaeology of early modern humans
  • James F. O'Connell & Jim Allen
  • Through the looking glass: new evidence on the presence and behaviour of late pleistocene humans at Niah Cave, Sarawak, Borneo
  • Ryan Rabett & Graeme Barker
  • Complete MtDNA sequences: quest on 'Out-of-Africa' route completed?
  • Toomas Kivisild
Control code
ocn185032814
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
xx, 436 pages
Isbn
9781902937465
Lccn
2008428386
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)185032814
Label
Rethinking the human revolution : new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans, edited by Paul Mellars [and others]
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0904/2008428386.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • New phylogenetic relationships for Y-chromosome Haplogroup I: reappraising its phylogeography and prehistory
  • Peter A. Underhill [and others]
  • pt. 2. Cognitive perspectives on modern human origins.
  • Body ornamentation as information technology: towards an understanding of the significance of early beads
  • Steven L. Kuhn & Mary C. Stiner
  • The significance of 'acculturation' depends on the meaning of 'culture'
  • Philip G. Chase
  • Putting it all together: a constructionist approach to the evolution of human mental capacities
  • Kathleen R. Gibson
  • Did a small but significant enhancement in working memory capacity power the evolution of modern thinking?
  • Introduction.
  • Thomas Wynn & Frederick L. Coolidge
  • The social brain and the cultural explosion of the human revolution
  • Robin I.M. Dunbar
  • Did syntax trigger the human revoluton?
  • Derek Bickerton
  • Music and the origin of modern humans
  • Steven Mithen
  • pt. 3. The archaeological and behavioural records in southern and eastern Africa.
  • Fully symbolic Sapiens behavior: innovations in the Middle Stone Age at Blombos Cave, South Africa
  • Christopher Stuart Henshilwood
  • Rethinking the human revolution: Eurasian and African perspectives
  • Down with the revolution
  • Sally McBrearty
  • Context and chronology of early Homo sapiens fossils from the Omo Kibish formation, Ethiopia
  • John J. Shea, John G. Fleagle & Selalem Assefa
  • pt. 4. The archaeological and behavioural records in central and northern Africa and the Near East.
  • Modern is as modern does? Technological trends and thresholds in the south-central African record
  • Lawrence Barham
  • Abrupt climatic change and chronology of the upper Palaeolithic in northern and eastern Morocco
  • R. Nick Barton [and others]
  • The place of northeast Africa in the early history of modern humans: new data and interpretations on the middle Stone Age
  • Paul Mellars
  • Philip Van Peer & Pierre M. Vermeersch
  • From the beginning: Levantine Upper Palaeolithic cultural change and continuity
  • Anna Belfer-Cohen & A. Nigel Goring-Morris
  • The dispersal of modern humans in Eurasia: a cultural interpretation
  • Ofer Bar-Yosef
  • The boulevard of broken dreams: evolutionary discontinuity in the late Pleistocene Levant
  • John J. Shea
  • pt. 5. The demographic and archaeological records in Europe.
  • What can Neanderthals tell us about modern origins?
  • Jean-Jacques Hublin
  • pt. 1. Biological and demographic perspectives on modern human origins.
  • The Peştera Cu Oase people, Europe's earliest modern humans
  • João Zilhão [and others]
  • Re-evaluating the Aurignacian as an expression of modern human mobility and dispersal
  • William Davies
  • Evolution or revolution? New evidence for the origin of symbolic behaviour in and out of Africa
  • Francesco D'Errico & Marian Vanhaeren
  • Systems of personal ornamentation in the early upper Palaeolithic: methodological challenges and new observations
  • Randall White
  • Changing biodiversity and complexity across the middle-upper Palaeolithic transition
  • Katie Boyle
  • The origin and dispersal of Homo sapiens: our current state of knowledge
  • pt. 6. The archaeological and behavioural records in central and eastern Europe.
  • The significance of blade technologies in the period 50-35 kyr BP for the middle Palaeolithic-upper Palaeolithic transition in central and eastern Europe
  • Janusz K. Kozlowski
  • On modern human penetration to northern Eurasia: the multiple advances hypothesis
  • Jiří A. Svoboda
  • Social intimacy, artefact visibility and acculturation models of Neanderthal-modern human interaction
  • Gilbert B. Tostevin
  • Arguments for population movement of anatomically modern humans from central Asia to Europe
  • Marcel Otte
  • Heading north: an africanist perspective on the replacement of Neanderthals by modern humans
  • Chris Stringer
  • Curtis W. Marean
  • pt. 7. Asian and Australasian perspectives.
  • Mind the gap: factoring the Arabian Peninsula and the Indian subcontinent into Out of Africa models
  • Michael D. Petraglia
  • Pre-LGM Sahul (Pleistocene Australia-New Guinea) and the archaeology of early modern humans
  • James F. O'Connell & Jim Allen
  • Through the looking glass: new evidence on the presence and behaviour of late pleistocene humans at Niah Cave, Sarawak, Borneo
  • Ryan Rabett & Graeme Barker
  • Complete MtDNA sequences: quest on 'Out-of-Africa' route completed?
  • Toomas Kivisild
Control code
ocn185032814
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
xx, 436 pages
Isbn
9781902937465
Lccn
2008428386
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)185032814

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