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'Africa from MIS 6-2'

last modified Mar 10, 2016 01:52 PM
New publication co-edited by McDonald Institute research associate Sacha Jones

We are pleased to announce that a conference volume 'Africa from MIS 6-2' edited by Sacha Jones, (McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research) and Brian Stewart, (University of Michigan) is poised for publication.

The volume, a result of a successful 'Africa from MIS 6-2' conference funded by the McDonald Institute and held in Cambridge in 2010, brings together archaeological, paleoenvironmental, paleontological and genetic data, and makes a first attempt to reconstruct African population histories from our species' evolution to the Holocene.

Published by Springer as part of their VERT series it will initially come out online as an eBook followed by printed copy.

For more details:

http://www.springer.com/us/book/9789401775199#aboutBook

 

Posted: 10.03.2016

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