Introduction to Evolutionary Anthropology represents a new, exciting perspective on the field of evolutionary anthropology. This text explores evolutionary anthropology in a unique and lively manner. This text is student-friendly, low-tech, and affordable, and has an entertaining and narrative style that is clearly written, comprehensive, and engaging. The book features an unconventional writing style with fun examples and humorous cartoons throughout the text.
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Introduction to Evolutionary Anthropology represents a new, exciting perspective on the field of evolutionary anthropology for 1st year students at Universities and Colleges. In contrast to many standard and dull introductory textbooks on biological anthropology - this text explores evolutionary anthropology in a unique and lively manner. Since evolution is a topical and engrossing subject, this text examines the subject of evolution in a number of ways that reflect this fascination!
1) Focus on evolution. Each chapter deals exclusively with evolutionary concepts, particularly those that are rarely mentioned
in other introductory textbooks
2) Originality, personality, & energy. Unique examples and personal experiences are shared by the author to make seemingly
complex evolutionary concepts accessible to students.
3) Chapter brevity. Chapters are short and concise, but not at the expense of coverage
4) Illustrations, cartoons, & humour. This book contains humorous anecdotes, illustrations, and cartoons, to help students see the
humorous side of common misconceptions about evolutionary anthropology.
Shawn Lehman is a professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
To view all of Pearson Education’s Anthropology texts online, go to www.pearsoned.ca/higheredAbout the Author:
Shawn M. Lehman is an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto. Among his field experiences are expeditions to jungles in Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and Madagascar. He earned his Ph.D. in anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis. His doctoral research focused on the biogeography of nine primate species in Guyana, South America. Following his doctoral work he undertook research on the conservation biogeography of lemurs in Madagascar. Dr. Lehman and his students are currently exploring innovative approaches to determine how landscape changes in forest composition influence lemur ecology in Madagascar. He is also a dedicated and enthusiastic lecturer, having been nominated three times for TVOs Best Lecturer Competition.
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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110132078228