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Cover Art: "Prometheus Carrying Fire," by Jans Cossiers
Cover design by Anthony Morais, Arcade Publishing
Mayan Woman from Guatemala:
G.E. Stuart and G.S. Stuart, The Mysterious Maya. National Geographic Society 1977, p. 116.
Ancient Greek Vase:
Art History, February 25, 2010, "Classical Greek Pottery" Available at: http://www.arthistoryspot.com/2010/02/classical-greek-pottery/. Accessed 1/18/2013.
A. Waannenburgh, P. Johnson, and A. Bannister,
The Bushmen. Chartwell Books, 1979, Plate 120.
French Cave Painting:
Grotte de Chauvet. Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Préfecture de la Région Rhône-Alpes. In B. Fagan, Cro-Magnon. Bloomsbury Press 2010, Plate 2.
African Bonobo Standing:
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Recent Reviews of UNBOUND
The latest review of UNBOUND appears in the May 21, 2019 ediction of TAPUYA: Latin American Science, Technology, and Society. Written by Prof. Robert Bates Graber, this review is entitled "The Human Story Well Told."
Another recent review of UNBOUND was published in January 2019 in the journal
Human Biology Review 8(1):77-82.
A PDF copy can be accessed at http://www.humanbiologyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Volume8-Number1-Article7.pdf
. . . is a thrilling book unravelling the mysteries of human evolution . . . .
“The . . . information provided in [UNBOUND] is a treasure house for the students of anthropology and the general public. Written in a lucid style . . . [and] providing fascinating insights into the realm of our evolutionary history, it is a welcome addition to the existing repository of knowledge.”
---S.P. Singh, Editor-in-Chief, Human Biology Review
New Podcast Interview
On June 13th I was the guest of Cameron Brauer, who interviewed me on his twice-weekly podcast, “My Alien Life.”
Cameron's background in anthropology and archaeology gave him a unique perspective as an interviewer, and his numerous challenging and relevant questions resulted in a particularly lively and fascinating discussion.