The following books are being held on reserve for BIO 346 in the Life Sciences Library. They cover some of the topics discussed in this course, and they are useful references for these topics. For other topics, or for more specialized coverage, click here for References by Topics or for Related Web Sites.
Cavalli-Sforza L.L. and Cavalli-Sforza F. (1993) The Great Human Diasporas. Reading, MA. Addison-Wesley
Ciochon R.S. and Fleagle J.G. (1993) The Human Evolution Source Book. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall. (This is a collection of key papers from scientific journals, mostly on physical anthropology.)
Daly M. and Wilson M. (1983) Sex, Evolution, and Behavior. Boston. Willard Grant Press
Diamond J. (1997) Guns, Germs, and Steel. London. W.W. Norton
Hammond A. (1998) Which World? Scenarios for the 21st Century. Washington, DC. Island Press
Harrison G.A., Tanner J.M., Pilbeam D.R. and Baker P.T. (1990) Human Biology: An Introduction to Human Evolution, Variation, Growth, and Adaptability. Third Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jones S., Martin R., and Pilbeam D. (1992) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge University Press
Kalthoff K. (2001) Analysis of Biological Development. Boston, McGraw-Hill
Lewin R. (1993) Human Evolution: An Illustrated Introduction. Cambridge: Blackwell Scientific Publications.
Lewin R. (1993) The Origin of Modern Humans. New York: Scientific American Library/HPHLP.
Sussman R.W. (1999) The Biological Basis of Human Behavior. Upper Saddle River, NJ. Prentice Hall
Turnbaugh W.A., Nelson H., Jurmain R. and Kilgore L. (1993) Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology. Fifth Edition. St. Paul: West Publishing Company.
Wilson E.O. (2002) The Future of Life. New York: Alfred A. Knopf
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