Anthropological origins

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  • The concept of polyphony was incorporated by many anthropologists thanks to Mikhail Bakhtin’s work. Analyzing Dostoevsky’s literature, Bakhtin conclusion was the following: he was the first to multiply any character; so the relationship between hero and author was decentralized. Before him, the writing was a monological projection of the author’s psychology and style on the hero and, consequently, the making peripheral all the other characters.

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  • The popular favor with which former editions of this work have been received has required the production of such a vast number of copies, that the original electrotype plates from which it has heretofore been printed, have been completely worn out. The book has been re-produced in London, England, where six editions have already been necessary to supply the demand for it. In order to continue its publication to meet the demand which is still active in this country, it has been necessary, inasmuch as the original electrotype plates have become worn and useless, to re-set the work throughout.

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  • This new issue of Law and Anthropology encapsulates a selection of the most salient contributions presented at the International Expert Seminar on ‘Indigenous Peoples, Constitutional States and Treaties or other Constructive Arrangements between Peoples and States’, held in Seville under the auspices of the Universidad Internacional de Andalucía and the Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional, on September 10-14, 2001.

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  • Understanding the origins of humanity has long been one of our foremost intellectual pursuits, and one that greatly interests the general public as evidenced by museum attendance and by numerous media productions and general interest publications. Progress toward an improved understanding of our heritage is a continuing challenge for the scientific community, requiring advances in a range of disciplines that include archaeology, anthropology, geology, biology, oceanography, and genetics, and particularly research advances in areas where two or more of these fields intersect.

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  • This paper was originally presented as the first in the Sol Plaatjie Lecture Series on Africa, jointly hosted by the Ministry of Education and the African Human Genome Initiative in November 2002. The author Himla Soodyall addresses the contribution towards the generation of knowledge concerning the evolutionary history of mankind made by genetic approaches to anthropological questions. She examines the use and relevance of genetic data as another ’tool’ in the reconstruction of our history. About the Author/sProfessor Himla Soodyall obtained a B.Sc (Hons) degree at the University...

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