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Origin: A Genetic History of the Americas

Author: Jennifer Raff.

Origin: A Genetic History of the Americas

Author: Jennifer Raff.

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Item #: D40948
Format: Paperback
Pages: 288
Publication Date: 2020
Publisher: Twelve
ISBN: 9781538749692
Eminent anthropologist Jennifer Raff explores human migration going back 20,000 years. Raff explores the theory that people crossed over a land bridge connecting Siberia to Western Alaska and then moved south into the Americas. Genetics and identity are intrinsic to this study of human origin, including the use of human genomes to create a map to the foundin... More
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Eminent anthropologist Jennifer Raff explores human migration going back 20,000 years. Raff explores the theory that people crossed over a land bridge connecting Siberia to Western Alaska and then moved south into the Americas. Genetics and identity are intrinsic to this study of human origin, including the use of human genomes to create a map to the founding of the Americas. Ultimately, this book considers the question of who is indigenous and what indigenous really means.


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