Paleoanthropology to the People!

That is what Razib Khan and professor John Hawks have called their discussion about paleoanthropology which is available here.

As I read Grahame Clark not long ago, I could follow most of the discussion relatively easily. I found it very interesting; Razib asked – and Hawks answered – quite a few of the questions I have been asking myself when reading about this subject previously.

In order for you to understand all of it, the diavlog requires that you know a bit about this subject already, but even if you don’t, this is an interesting short treatment of (some aspects of) the evolutionary history of the hominids.


September 26, 2009 - Posted by | Anthropology, Evolutionary biology


  1. the title was put there by the producer, fyi.

    Comment by razib | September 26, 2009 | Reply

  2. @Razib

    Thank you for explaining.

    It was a very good diavlog. I’d love to see you and Hawks get together again to make another.

    Comment by US | September 26, 2009 | Reply

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