Paleoanthropology in the 1990's

Essays by James Q. Jacobs

Australopithecus garhi
New Species of Hominids
Ardipithecus ramidis
Australopithecus anamensis
The Earliest Homo fossils
Homo antecessor
The Human Origin Debate
Recent African Genesis
Multiregional Evolution
Population Bottlenecks
Paleoanthropology Essays
The Dawn of
Prehistoric Rock Art
Reflections on the
Style-Function Debate
Australia's Oldest
Human Remains
Reflections on the Origins of Scavenging and Hunting
The Origin of Bipedality
Neanderthal DNA
A Comparison of Chimpanzee and Human Behaviors
The essays, organized as a series, present some of the most important
findings in paleoanthropology during the 1990's.  You can use the image links
in the table below, and in each page, to move through the series of articles.
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The articles begin with the descriptions of four new species of hominids and the discovery of a very early Homo specimen associated with tools.  Summations of three important articles in the modern human origins debate follows.  The last seven diverse essays are followed by a page of
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