Lewis R. Binford

1989
The Emergence of Modern Humans, Book CoverSAR Press PublicationThe Emergence of Modern Humans: Biocultural Adaptations in the Later Pleistocene

This volume is a collection of essays identifying the current issues regarding the origins and emergence of a “modern” human biological and behavioral pattern from the earlier patterns inferred for late archaic humans. They identify changing behavioral complexes in human life during the period between 120,000 and 20,000 years ago, and examine paleontological and archaeological approaches to such phenomena. 

1976
Demographic AnthropologySAR Press PublicationDemographic Anthropology: Quantitative ApproachesThe articles in this book explore relationships between demographic variables and culture, emphasizing cultural and biological structures and processes connected to population trends. In addition, the book covers topics dealing with sedentism, kinship, childhood marriage association, and stable and unstable economic growth.


Follow us: