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Ian Tattersall is a curator in the division of anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Trained in archaeology and anthropology at Cambridge, and in vertebrate paleontology at Yale, Tattersall has concentrated his research since the 1960s in three main areas: the analysis of the human fossil record and its integration with evolutionary theory, the origin of human cognition, and the study of
the ecology and systematics of the lemurs of Madagascar. He is also a prominent interpreter of human paleontology to the public.
|Rocks, Time, and Fossils||p. 7|
|Evolutionary Processes||p. 19|
|The Tree of Life||p. 33|
|In the Beginning||p. 44|
|The Paleozoic: "Ancient Life"||p. 53|
|The Age of Dinosaurs||p. 80|
|The Age of Mammals||p. 113|
|Of Whales and Primates||p. 135|
|Walkers and Toolmakers||p. 149|
|A Cognitive Revolution||p. 178|
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