Volume 100 (2022)

The power of 100

The 100th volume of the Journal of Anthropological Sciences has been published in 2022. For this occasion, the JASs offers its readers a special issue with invited papers that address some of the main research topics in Anthropology.

This special issue has been edited jointly by Giovanni Destro Bisol and Giorgio Manzi.

The power of 100

Giovanni Destro Bisol & Giorgio Manzi

1-3 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10018

The development of ideas about a recent African origin for Homo sapiens

Chris Stringer

5-18 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10009

Evolutionary theory, systematics, and the study of human origins

Ian Tattersall

19-43 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10007

The first uses of colour: what do we know?

Daniela Eugenia Rosso

45-69 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10005

Inspecting human evolution from a cave. Late Neanderthals and early sapiens at Grotta di Fumane: present state and outlook

Marco Peresani

71-107 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10016

Patterns of integration and modularity in the primate skeleton: a review

Noreen von Cramon-Taubadel

109-140 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10012

The evolution, form and function of the human respiratory system

Markus Bastir, Daniel Sanz-Prieto, José María López-Rey, Carlos A. Palancar, Marta Gómez-Recio, Miguel López-Cano, José María González-Ruíz, Alejandro Pérez-Ramos, Manuel A. Burgos, Benoit Beyer & Daniel García-Martínez

141-172 [full text] [supplementary material]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10014

Prehistory, neuroscience, and evolutionary anthropology: a personal journey

Emiliano Bruner

173-192 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10011

Ancient genomic research - From broad strokes to nuanced reconstructions of the past

Kathrin Nägele, Maite Rivollat, He Yu & Ke Wang

193-230 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10017

The future of the Eurasian past: highlighting plotholes and pillars of human population movements in the Late Pleistocene

Leonardo Vallini & Luca Pagani

231-241 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10013

The linguistic and genetic landscape of southern Africa

Anne-Maria Fehn, Beatriz Amorim & Jorge Rocha

243-265 [full text] [supplementary material]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10008

From the Alps to the Mediterranean and beyond: genetics, environment, culture and the “impossible beauty” of Italy

Paolo Anagnostou, Francesco Montinaro, Marco Sazzini, Fabio Di Vincenzo & Giovanni Destro Bisol

267-294 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.10010

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