At Savage Minds, a great anthropology blog, Rex praises Untangling Oceanic Settlement: The Edge Of The Knowable as a review of the interdisciplinary state of knowledge in Pacific prehistory. It is a great paper, because it is very “four field” in its scope.
However, it makes me pout a little to be relegated to The Other Three Fields in their tagging system 😉
This is the blog of Dr Fiona Jordan, evolutionary anthropologist.
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