Migrations in Prehistory: Inferring Population Movement from Cultural Remainsby Irving Rouse
In this book, Irving Rouse evaluates research on prehistoric migrations, from successfully tested hypotheses explaining the origins of the Polynesians, Eskimos, Japanese, and Tainos, to the more fanciful postulations by authors such as Thor Heyerdahl and Barry Fell. Rouse's work demonstrates not only the viability of the inference of population movements from archaeological evidence but also the effectiveness of collaboration and communication between branches of archaeology and anthropology.
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