Of all the subjects that have provoked the play of human curiosity, few equal our concern with our own prehistoric origins. At the same, time, few subjects have been the target for so much unprofessional speculation. Although the present work does not reduce the quantity of speculations (quite the reverse), it is my hope that they can, technically at least, bear the label of professional speculations.
|Publisher:||Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference|
|Series:||Foundations of Modern Anthropology Series|
|Edition description:||2d ed|
Table of Contents
2. Fact and Fancy Before 1860.
3. The Picture Up to 1906.
4. Hominid Catastrophism.
5. Between World Wars.
6. Recent Discoveries.
7. Evolutionary Principles.
9. Culture as an Ecological Niche.
10. The Australopithecine Stage.
11. The Pithecanthropine Stage.
12. The Pithecanthropine to Neanderthal Transition.
13. The Neanderthal Stage.
14. The Modern Stage.