Miscellaneous + Link Exchange
Genetics and Genealogy: an archive of recent scientific research (site seems to be down)
Bryan Sykes on the Diane Rehm show (real audio): Bryan Sykes, a professor of genetics at Oxford University, talks about his research combining genealogy and genetics. In his book, he explains how he has identified and traced certain strands of DNA which pass unbroken through matrilineal lines in people of European descent.
An Introduction to Genetic Analysis (online book)
Modern Genetic Analysis (online book)
Carleton Stevens Coon, Biographical Memoirs, by W.W. Howells (Nat'l Academy Press)
- ANTHRO-L Archives
Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family: archived webcast of a conference featuring Colin Renfrew (be aware that his IE homeland theory is without merit), Elizabeth Barber, Vyacheslav Ivanov, and others.
Chris Brand (Brand's The g Factor - General Intelligence and its Implications is available for download)
pinc (politically incorrect)
Biology and Race, by Richard Jensen
Tree of life: A collaborative Internet project containing information about phylogeny and biodiversity
Body Hot Spots: The Anatomy of Human Social Organs and Behavior, by R. Dale Guthrie. What you are about to read is a new mixture of behavior and anatomy. Together with the study of paleontology and physical anthropology it . . . attempts to explain how our bodily appearance influences how we behave and vice versa. . . a book on the reevaluation of the origins and evolution of our body form that we use socially, and there are many organs which are displayed mainly for social purposes social organs.