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020 _a9780198831440 (pbk.)
_qRs495.00
020 _a9781101870334
_q(electronic bk.)
020 _a1101870338
_q(electronic bk.)
035 _a(OCoLC)1029760909
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049 _aBNYC
050 4 _aQH431
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082 0 4 _a572.86 REI
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_b013058
100 1 _aReich, David
_c(Of Harvard Medical School),
_eauthor.
245 1 0 _aWho we are and how we got here :
_bancient DNA and the new science of the human past /
_cDavid Reich.
250 _aFirst edition.
264 1 _aNew Delhi :
_bOxford University Press,
_c2018.
300 _axxvii, 335 pages :
_billustrations ;
_c23 cm
336 _atext
_btxt
_2rdacontent.
337 _acomputer
_bc
_2rdamedia.
338 _aonline resource
_bcr
_2rdacarrier.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 291-320) and index.
505 0 _aIntroduction -- Part I: The deep history of our species -- How the genome explains who we are -- Encounters the Neanderthals -- Ancient DNA opens the floodgates -- Part II: How we got to where we are today -- Humanity's ghosts -- The making of modern Europe -- The collision that formed India -- In search of Native American ancestors -- The genomic origins of East Asians -- Rejoining Africa to the human story -- Part III: The disruptive genome -- The genomics of inequality -- The genomics of race and identity -- The future of ancient DNA.
520 _a"A groundbreaking book about how technological advances in genomics and the extraction of ancient DNA have profoundly changed our understanding of human prehistory while resolving many long-standing controversies. Massive technological innovations now allow scientists to extract and analyze ancient DNA as never before, and it has become clear--in part from David Reich's own contributions to the field--that genomics is as important a means of understanding the human past as archeology, linguistics, and the written word. Now, in The New Science of the Human Past, Reich describes with unprecedented clarity just how the human genome provides not only all the information that a fertilized human egg needs to develop but also contains within it the history of our species. He delineates how the Genomic Revolution and ancient DNA are transforming our understanding of our own lineage as modern humans; how genomics deconstructs the idea that there are no biologically meaningful differences among human populations (though without adherence to pernicious racist hierarchies); and how DNA studies reveal the deep history of human inequality--among different populations, between the sexes, and among individuals within a population"--
650 0 _aHuman genetics
_vPopular works.
650 0 _aGenomics
_vPopular works.
650 0 _aDNA
_xAnalysis.
650 0 _aPrehistoric peoples.
650 0 _aHuman population genetics.
650 7 _aSCIENCE
_xLife Sciences
_xGenetics & Genomics.
_2bisacsh.
650 7 _aSCIENCE
_xLife Sciences
_xEvolution.
_2bisacsh.
650 7 _aSOCIAL SCIENCE
_xAnthropology
_xGeneral.
_2bisacsh.
650 7 _aDNA
_xAnalysis.
_2fast
650 7 _aGenomics.
_2fast
650 7 _aHuman genetics.
_2fast
650 7 _aHuman population genetics.
_2fast
650 7 _aPrehistoric peoples.
_2fast
655 7 _aPopular works.
_2fast
776 0 8 _iPrint version:
_aReich, David (Of Harvard Medical School).
_tWho we are and how we got here.
_bFirst edition.
_dNew York : Pantheon Books, [2018]
_z9781101870327
_w(DLC) 2017038165
_w(OCoLC)992952862.
901 _aOCLC
908 4 _aQH431
942 _2ddc
_cBK