Creation/Evolution Journal

A Brief Bibliography on Human Evolution

A Brief Bibliography on Human Evolution
Reviewed by
John R. Cole

The bibliographies of the articles presented in this issue provide a good source of more detailed reading matter. In addition, I would suggest a few additional sources which are widely available:

Aiello, Leslie. 1982. Discovering the Origins of Man. Alexandria, VA: Stonehenge Press (Time-Life with American Museum of Natural History).

Ciochon, Russell L., and Fleagle, J. G. (eds.) 1985. Primate Evolution and Human Origins. Menlo Park, CA: Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co. (With a bibliography of over two thousand entries.)

Delson, Eric. 1984. The Record of Human Evolution. American Anthropological Association, 1703 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20009. (Free pamphlet for stamped, self-addressed long envelope.)

Johanson, Donald C., and Edey, M. 1981. Lucy: The Beginnings of Humankind. New York: Warner Books.

Leakey, Richard E., and Lewin, R. 1981. The Making of Mankind. New York: E. P. Dutton.

National Science Foundation. 1983. NSF Mosaic Reader: Human Evolution. Wayne, NJ: Avery Publishing Group.

Tattersall, Ian, and Delson, E. 1984. Ancestors: Four Million Years of Humanity (guide to the exhibition). New York: American Museum of Natural History.

Wolpoff, Milford H. 1980. Paleoanthropology. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

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