Edited by Haagen D. Klaus, Amanda R. Harvey, and Mark N. Cohen
Pub Date: 4/11/2017
Drawing upon wide-ranging studies of prehistoric human remains from Europe, northern Africa, Asia, and the Americas, this groundbreaking volume unites physical anthropologists, archaeologists, and economists to explore how social structure can be reflected in the human skeleton.
Broadening the idea of “borderlands” beyond its traditional geographic meaning, this volume features new ways of characterizing the political, cultural, religious, and racial fluidity of early America.
Smith treats the Passamaquoddy Bay smuggling as more than a local episode of antiquarian interest. Indeed, he crafts a local case study to illuminate a widespread phenomenon in early modern Europe and the Americas.
John E. Reynolds III, Randall S. Wells, and Samantha D. Eide
Pub Date: 9/10/2013
This comprehensive, colorfully-illustrated, and concise overview of the bottlenose dolphin provides fascinating facts on this captivating species, including up-to-date scientific assessment of dolphin evolution, behavior, ecology, morphology, reproduction, and genetics--while also tackling the difficult issues of dolphin conservation and management.