Lapita Colonization across the Near/Remote Oceania Boundary

@article{Sheppard2011LapitaCA,
  title={Lapita Colonization across the Near/Remote Oceania Boundary},
  author={P. Sheppard},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2011},
  volume={52},
  pages={799 - 840}
}
The Lapita colonization of Remote Oceania involved rapid expansion from New Guinea across one-tenth of the circumference of the earth. Implicit in most discussions of this phenomenon is a standard wave-of-advance model founded on demographic growth and the economic advantage provided by food production. The Lapita movement is also routinely embedded within a much larger narrative of the expansion of Austronesian languages and peoples out of Southeast Asia into Island Melanesia and ultimately… Expand
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