For over twenty-five years, the Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology Series has published broad and integrated approaches to biological anthropology, synthesising current research and thinking in a given area. These volumes have served to introduce undergraduate and graduate students to new areas, while also providing a home for the latest thinking of researchers. The series covers all related areas to do with physical/biological anthropology, including evolutionary biology, animal behaviour, primatology, and ecology. If you have ideas for new books or would like to hear more, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
General Editors: C. G. Nicholas Mascie-Taylor, University of Cambridge; Robert A. Foley, University of Cambridge; Agustin Fuentes, University of Notre Dame, Indiana; Nina G. Jablonski, Pennsylvania State University; Clark Spencer Larsen, Ohio State University; Dennis O'Rourke, University of Kansas; Michael Muehlenbein, Baylor University, Texas; Karen Strier, University of Wisconsin, Madison; David Watts, Yale University, Connecticut