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These websites contain great multimedia resources on human evolution.
Human evolution covers a broad range of topics, from biology to history to paleontology to anthropology. Most of the databases listed in this guide will contain information relating to human evolution; those listed here (with the exception of AnthroSource) contain scholarly research on a wide range of topics for interdisciplinary research. They can be accessed by College Park students, faculty and staff on or off campus. Visitors to the Priddy Library can access these resources on campus.
Seven Skeletons by
Call Number: GN282 .P96 2016
Publication Date: 2016-08-16
A science historian describes the discoveries of seven famous human ancestor fossils and their continued influence both on society in general and the field of human evolution.
The Past in Perspective by
The Past in Perspective: An Introduction to Human Prehistory, Fifth Edition, is an engaging and up-to-date chronological introduction to human prehistory.
The Science of Human Origins by
Our understanding of human origins has been revolutionized by new discoveries in the past two decades. In this book, three leading paleoanthropologists and physical scientists illuminate, in friendly, accessible language, the amazing findings behind the latest theories.
Neanderthal Man by
Neanderthal Man tells the story of geneticist Svante Pääbo's mission to answer this question, and recounts his ultimately successful efforts to genetically define what makes us different from our Neanderthal cousins.