Reconnecting Genes, Languages and Material Culture in Island Southeast Asia: Aphorisms on Geography and History
Te Holocene history of Island Southeast Asia (ISEA) is dominated by the ‘Out-of-Taiwan’ hypothesis and derivatives, such as the spread of the Island Southeast Asian Neolithic. Accordingtotheseideas,approximately4500–4000yearsago,farmer-voyagersfromTaiwanmigrated southward into ISEA to subsequently acculturate, assimilate or displace pre-existing inhabitants. Tese processes are considered to have produced a consilience between human genetics, Austronesian languages and the archaeological record...[Show more]
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