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Human evolution

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  • Human Evolution and the Origins of Hierarchiesby Benoît Dubreuil

    Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 37.00

    Benoît Dubreuil offers a naturalist account of the creation and destruction of hierarchies in human evolution. more...

  • Almost Chimpanzeeby Jon Cohen

    Henry Holt and Co. 2010; US$ 6.79

    The captivating story of how a band of scientists has redrawn the genetic and behavioral lines that separate humans from our nearest cousins In the fall of 2005, a band of researchers cracked the code of the chimpanzee genome and provided a startling new window into the differences between humans and our closest primate cousins. For the past several... more...

  • Bones of Contentionby Marvin L. Lubenow

    Baker Publishing Group 2004; US$ 28.00

    Seeking to disprove the theory of human evolution, the author examines the fossils of the so-called "ape men." more...

  • Written in Stone (Icon Science)by Brian Switek

    Icon Books Ltd 2017; US$ 8.99

    The first book on the hunt for evolution?s ?missing links? over the last three decades ? and what palaeontologists? findings mean for our place on earth. more...

  • The Rhythms Of Lifeby Leon Kreitzman; Russell Foster

    Profile Books 2011; US$ 13.31

    Popular science at its most exciting: the breaking new world of chronobiology - understanding the rhythm of life in humans and all plants and animals. The entire natural world is full of rhythms. The early bird catches the worm -and migrates to an internal calendar. Dormice hibernate away the winter. Plants open and close their flowers at the same... more...

  • How To Think Like a Neandertalby Thomas Wynn; Frederick L. Coolidge

    Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 12.99

    In this book, the authors provide a fascinating narrative of the mental life of Neandertals, to the extent that it can be reconstructed from fossil and archaeological remains. more...

  • Race and the Genetic Revolutionby Sheldon Krimsky; Kathleen Sloan

    Columbia University Press 2011; US$ 35.99

    Leading scholars from a range of disciplines, including law, biology, sociology, history, anthropology, and psychology, examine the impact of modern genetics on the concept of race. Does mapping the human genome reconstitute a scientific rationale for long-discredited racial categories? Contributors trace the interplay between genetics and race in... more...

  • How Women Got Their Curves and Other Just-So Storiesby David P Barash; Judith Eve cor

    Columbia University Press 2009; US$ 27.99

    So how did women get their curves? Why do they have breasts, while other mammals only develop breast tissue while lactating, and why do women menstruate, when virtually no other beings do so? What are the reasons for female orgasm? Why are human females kept in the dark about their own time of ovulation and maximum fertility, and why are they... more...

  • Homo Mysteriousby David P. Barash

    Oxford University Press 2012; US$ 13.99

    For all that science knows about the living world, notes David P. Barash, there are even more things that we don't know, genuine evolutionary mysteries that perplex the best minds in biology. Homo Mysterious examines a number of these evolutionary mysteries, exploring things that we don't yet know about ourselves, laying out the best current hypotheses,... more...

  • The Piltdown Man Hoaxby Miles Russell

    The History Press 2012; US$ 15.99

    Piltdown. Even today the name sends a shiver down the collective spine of the scientific community, for this was the most dramatic and daring fraud ever perpetrated upon the world of science and academia. Between 1908 and 1912, a series of amazing discoveries relating to what appeared to be the earliest human were made close to the little village of... more...