Human Migrations in Continental East Asia and Taiwan: Genetic, Linguistic, and Archaeological Evidence

@article{Bellwood2005HumanMI,
  title={Human Migrations in Continental East Asia and Taiwan: Genetic, Linguistic, and Archaeological Evidence},
  author={P. Bellwood and A. Sanchez-Mazas},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2005},
  volume={46},
  pages={480 - 484}
}
  • P. Bellwood, A. Sanchez-Mazas
  • Published 2005
  • History
  • Current Anthropology
  • Conferences such as this and its predecessor in Perigueux present data on a scale that can often seem overwhelming, particularly to social scientists not versed in the complexities of population genetics and vice versa. The past has been complex in the extreme, and to recover all this complexity event by event would be impossible.We need to propose overarching hypotheses that can account for the comparative data from linguistics, genetics, and archaeology with as little stress as possible. Many… CONTINUE READING
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