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Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective  

Posted by FenixN at Sept. 17, 2015
Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective

Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective
Audio CDs in MP3 / English: MP3, 32 kb/s (1 ch) | Duration: 12:03:13 | ISBN-10: 1565855493 | 2002 | + PDF Guide | 192 MB
Genre: Biology

Who are we? It's a question humankind has been asking about itself for a long time. But when we consider ourselves not as static beings fixed in time, but as ever-changing creatures, our viewpoint of human history becomes much more captivating. The question is no longer "Who are we?" but "What have we become? And what are we becoming?
Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections (repost)

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections by Agustin Fuentes
English | January 6, 2011 | ISBN: 0078117003 | 416 pages | PDF | 73 MB

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections shows the relevance of anthropological concepts to today's students and encourages critical thinking. Throughout the text and especially in its many “Connections” features, Agustin Fuentes links anthropological concepts and questions to students’ lives.
Applications of Biological Anthropology to Human Affairs by C. G. Nicholas Mascie-Taylor

Applications of Biological Anthropology to Human Affairs (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) by C. G. Nicholas Mascie-Taylor
English | Aug 31, 1991 | ISBN: 0521381126, 0521019354 | 263 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

The unique contribution made by biological anthropology to human welfare lies in the fundamental understanding it can provide of the dynamic interrelationships between physical and social factors.
The Human Species: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology, 8th Edition (repost)

The Human Species: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology, 8th Edition by John Relethford
English | ISBN: 0073531014 | 2009 | 526 pages | PDF | 33,7 MB
The Human Species: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology (repost)

John Relethford, "The Human Species: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology"
English | ISBN: 0767430220 | 2002 | PDF | 492 pages | 38 mb

Biological Anthropology: An Introductory Reader (repost)  

Posted by AlenMiler at April 26, 2015
Biological Anthropology: An Introductory Reader (repost)

Biological Anthropology: An Introductory Reader by Michael Park
English | July 23, 2009 | ISBN: 0078116961 | 256 pages | PDF | 8 MB

This supplementary reader offers both historical and contemporary articles that demonstrate the nature of biological anthropology. With nearly one-third of the selections focusing on living populations, the 43 readings cover the entire range of bioanthropological studies: evolution, nonhuman primates, human paleontology, and modern human groups.

A Companion to Biological Anthropology by Clark Spencer Larsen  

Posted by tanas.olesya at March 12, 2015
A Companion to Biological Anthropology by Clark Spencer Larsen

A Companion to Biological Anthropology by Clark Spencer Larsen
English | Apr 26, 2010 | ISBN: 1405189002 | 601 Pages | PDF |4 MB

An extensive overview of the rapidly growing field of biological anthropology; chapters are written by leading scholars who have themselves played a major role in shaping the direction and scope of the discipline.* Extensive overview of the rapidly growing field of biological anthropology*
Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton, 2nd Edition (Repost)

M. Anne Katzenberg, "Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton, 2nd Edition"
English | ISBN: 0471793728 | 2008 | 680 pages | PDF | 6 MB
Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections (repost)

Biological Anthropology: Concepts and Connections by Agustin Fuentes
English | ISBN: 0078117003 | 2011 | PDF | 400 pages | 72,6 MB

Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective  

Posted by FenixN at Dec. 19, 2014
Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective

Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective
24xDVDRip | AVI/XviD, ~549 kb/s | 640x432 | Duration: 12:08:59 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | +2 PDF Guides | 3.56 GB
Genre: Anthropology

When we consider ourselves, not as static beings fixed in time but as dynamic, ever-changing creatures, our viewpoint of human history becomes different and captivating. The crucial element of "time depth" has revolutionized the very questions we ask about ourselves. "Who are we?" has turned into What have we become? What are we becoming?" What makes this viewpoint possible is the evolutionary perspective offered by biological anthropology through the study of the evolution, genetics, anatomy, and modern variation within the human species.