Table of contents for Human evolution : an illustrated introduction / Roger Lewin.


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Contents
Preface
Part One: Human Evolution in Perspective
Unit 1: Our Place in Nature
Unit 2: Human Evolution as Narrative
Unit 3: Historical Views
Unit 4: Modern Evolutionary Theory
Unit 5: The Physical Context of Evolution
Unit 6: Extinction and Patterns of Evolution
Part Two: Background to Human Evolution
Unit 7: Dating Methods
Unit 8: Systematics: Morphological and Molecular
Unit 9: Science of Burial
Unit10: Primate Heritage
Part Three: Humans as Animals
Unit 11: Bodies, Size, and Shape
Unit 12: Bodies, Brains, and Energy
Unit 13: Bodies, Behavior, and Social Structure
Unit 14: Nonhuman Models of Early Hominins
Part Four: Hominin Beginnings
Unit 15: Ape and Human Relations
Unit 16: Origin of the Hominoidea
Unit 17: Origin of Bipedalism
Unit 18: Jaws and Teeth
Unit 19: The Earliest Known Hominins
Part Five: The Hominin Adaptation
Unit 20: The Australopithecines
Unit 21: Early Homo
Unit 22: Hominin Relations
Unit 23: Early Tool Technologies
Part Six: Homo erectus: Biology and Behavior
Unit 24: The Changing Position of Homo erectus
Unit 25: New Technologies
Unit 26: Hunter or Scavenger
Part Seven: Origin of Modern Humans
Unit 27: The Neanderthals
Unit 28: Anatomical Evidence
Unit 29: Genetic Evidence
Unit 30: Archeological Evidence
Part Eight: The Human Milieu
Unit 31: Evolution of Brain, Intelligence, and Consciousness
Unit 32: The Evolution of Language
Unit 33: Art in Prehistory
Part Nine: New Worlds
Unit 34: The Americas and Australia
Unit 35: Origin of Agriculture and The First Villagers
Glossary
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Human evolution