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The volume is written by a lecturer and two researchers in Early Prehistory at the University of York and builds on research published in the journal Time and Mind (2010).
All proceeds from the book sale go to the charity World Vision.
Características y detalles
Características: 13×20 cm
N.º de páginas: 106
- Fecha de publicación: oct. 01, 2010
- Palabras clave early human, human ancestors, compassion, archaeology, emotion, neanderthal, evolution, prehistory, palaeolithic, anthropology, mind, chimpanzee, healing, psychology, disability, injury, illness, care
I studied my first degree and PhD at Cambridge University, specialising in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic archaeology, and my Masters degree (in GIS) at Leeds University and am now a lecturer in Early Prehistory at York Univesrity. My recent research addresses the role of autism in prehistoric societies, the evolution of emotions and the maintenance of egalitarian hunter-gatherer communities as well as more traditional fieldwork related subjects. I have published several recent books (most recently The Mesolithic In Europe, CUP, co-edited with Geoff Bailey) and journal articles (such as in Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Journal of Archaeological Science, Journal of World Prehistory, Time and Mind). Andy Needham and Holly Rutherford are research students in Early Prehistory at York and have published in Time and Mind and Internet Archaeology.