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Biocultural Evolution: The Anthropology of Human Prehistory Paperback – April 26, 2012

ISBN-13: 978-1577667438 ISBN-10: 1577667433 Edition: 1st

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"Boulanger's approach and interests make this text the most appealing I have reviewed in years. I will consider switching for the first time in over a decade." --James J. Funaro, Cabrillo College

"I enjoyed reading Boulanger's text. It is well written and easily comprehended, unlike many texts that are cluttered with many charts, graphs and other figures that students oftentimes gloss over. I think it is a good summary of the field." --Joseph Lorenz, Central Washington University

"While it may be difficult to balance between writing a clear and concise college textbook centered on human prehistory, evolution, and the development of city-states, and an accessible well-organized description of current thinking in both paleontology and archaeology, the author has succeed in creating such a balance." --David I. Orenstein, paleolibrarian.info

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