Continuities in Southeast Asian evolution since the late Pleistocene : some new material described and some old questions reviewed
Southeast Asia of the historical present is a region of immense anthropological interest, a "human kaleidoscope" (Bowles 1977:189) where hunting and gathering tribes, settled horticulturalists and centralised states, and all shades of societal organisation in between, coexist in a mosaic network. The physical anthropology of the indigines also is diverse, and earlier scholars posited a number of 'types' to account for the variability evident. A classic in this vein is the brother...[Show more]
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