Articles tagged with: Anthropology
Author: Marisa Ensor
With 70 per cent of its people under the age of 30, Africa is the world’s youngest continent. This book sheds light on African children’s often constructive engagement with a variety of societal conditions, adverse or otherwise, and their ability to positively influence their own lives and those of others.
Co-Author: David G. Anderson
This book is a synthesis of the prehistory of the Southeastern U.S. that is designed for high school and college students, avocational archaeologists, and interested members of the general public. It also serves as a basic reference for professional archaeologists worldwide on the record of a remarkable region.
Jan Simek, distinguished professor of anthropology, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for distinguished contributions to the field of prehistoric archaeology, especially for work on European Neanderthals and the discovery of North American prehistoric cave art. Simek is president emeritus of the UT system and also served as interim chancellor for the Knoxville campus.
Co-editor: Graciela Cabana
All too often, anthropologists study specific facets of human migration without guidance from the other subdisciplines (archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistics) that can provide new insights on the topic. This book brings together new methods to detect and assess the scale of past migrations.