|Anthropology Sources and Links
C. Loring Brace, Harry Nelson, Noel Korn and Mary L.
Brace Atlas of Human Evolution New
York:Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979
An eight-hour PBS miniseries that traveled the world to
examine evolutionary science and the profound effect it
has had on society and culture.
Fossil Hominids, The Evidence
for Human Evolution
Intended to provide an overview of the study of human
evolution, and of the currently accepted fossil evidence.
Also contains a comprehensive treatment of creationist
claims about human evolution.
The Human Origins Program at
Dedicated to understanding the biological and cultural
foundations of human life. Strives to develop public
awareness about human origins and evolutionary history.
A non-commercial, education website, teaching
the science and history of evolutionary biology. This
site exists to help you understand what evolution is, how
it works, how it factors into your life, how research in
evolutionary biology is performed, and how ideas in this
area have changed over time.
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