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Where did H. sapiens evolve?

Milford Wolpoff, a professor at the University of Michigan, and one of the major proponents of Multiregional Evolution has an hour long discussion with genetics writter-blogger Razib Khan about the history of the debate over where and how our species … Continue reading

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Reading for Wednesday

I’d like everyone in class to read this National Geographic article from 2008 before class on Wednesday. It ties together our discussion of migrations with contemporary genetic studies on population diversity. Massive Genetic Study Supports ‘Out of Africa’ Theory

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