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Tuesday, 16 September 2014, 16:37 (04:37 PM) CDT, day 259 of 2014

Prehistoric Cultures

Fall 2012 Calendar -- DAY [archive]

Fall 2012 Calendar -- EVENING [archive]

Dates and Times to Remember

class slides on-line
(free PowerPoint Viewer 2010)

Tuesday, 16 September 2014, 21:37 (09:37 PM) GMT, day 259 of 2014
. . . in History
  . . . in Headlines

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Cutting Costs for College Textbooks

general textbook information
OWL logo, Online Writing Lab, Purdue University.

 

 

Venus of Willendorf.

Venus of Willendorf

 

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Journey of Man

Tom Bacig Results
Tim Roufs Results

20 min., 2003, DVD 742

Interactive WebSite
from PBS
and National Geographic

 

Journey of Man video.

Introduction
The Portal to Ancient History
The Birthplace of Humanity
The Mysterious Past
The Australian Lifeline
Follow the Trail to India
The Genetic marker
The Central Asian Detour
Through the Russian Arctic
Bridging the Bering Strait

North American Sacred Sites
The End of the Greatest Journey
Credits

see also
DNA
The Genographic Project

 

Travelling by helicopter and army tank, Spencer Wells visited the Arctic Circle to meet the nomadic Chukchi.

Travelling by helicopter and army tank, Spencer Wells visited the Arctic Circle to meet the nomadic Chukchi.
National Geographic

 

Photo from National Geographic page.

Geneticist and anthropologist Spencer Wells takes a DNA sample from a man on Pate Island, Kenya for the Genographic Project

A model of a human chromosome, illustrating the relationship of chromosomes to DNA.

DNA

JOURNEY OF MAN tells the remarkable story of the human journey out of Africa and into the rest of the world, tracing history through evidence uncovered in the Y-chromosome of man's DNA. Traversing six continents, the film takes viewers on a fascinating journey into the hidden world of their ancestry and offers a modern look at our ancestor's lives.
 

"In the grip of an Ice Age, the Earth's temperature dropped, locking the world's moisture into giant glaciers and bringing intense drought to Saharan Africa. As herds of thirsty animals wandered northeast off the African continent searching for water, human hunters, our ancestors, followed."

"JOURNEY OF MAN tells the remarkable story of the human journey out of Africa and into the rest of the world, tracing history through evidence uncovered in the Y-chromosome of man's DNA. Traversing six continents, the film takes viewers on a fascinating journey into the hidden world of their ancestry and offers a modern look at our ancestor's lives."

National Geographic


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"How did the human race populate the world? A group of geneticists have worked on the question for a decade, arriving at a startling conclusion: the global "family tree" can be traced to one African man who lived 60,000 years ago. Dr. Spencer Wells hosts this innovative series, featuring commentary by expert scientists, historians, archaeologists, and anthropologists." -- PBS / National Geographic

National Geographic's

Geonographic Project . . .
(Slides: Genographic_Roufs.pptx)

IBM logo.

we'll see this again Week 10 with Ch. 12
"The Origin and Dispersal of Modern Humans," pp. 283-310, 10th Ed.

The latest addition to the project . . .

The Human Family Tree, National Geographic.

2009
The Human Famly Tree HomePage

../

 

Tom Bacig's DNA results ID # = FWAG7649L5

to see results enter the ID numbers in the
"Your Genographic Project Kit ID" windows
found on the Genographic Main Page
If you cut and past these codes,
make sure you do not have a blank space before the code

    Tom Bacig and granddaughter.

     

Genographic map courtesy of Prof. Tom Bacig.

Sample Map courtesy of Prof. Tom Bacig

Genographic Project Slides:
(Genographic_Roufs.pptx)

 

Tim Roufs' DNA results ID # = FW35F6VQRR

to see results enter the ID numbers in the
"Your Genographic Project Kit ID" windows
found on the Genographic Main Page
If you cut and past these codes,
make sure you do not have a blank space before the code

Genographic map courtesy of Prof. Tom Bacig.

Genographic Project Slides:
(Genographic_Roufs.pptx)

 

Tim Roufs and Rotterdam Relatives.

Venus of Willendorf.

Venus of Willendorf
Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology,10th Ed., p. 305

Genographic Project Slides:
(Genographic_Roufs.pptx)


 

Terms / Concepts:

 

Notes:

 

Cultures / Finds:

  • Hadzabe, "an indigenous, nomadic, hunter-gatherer population in northern Tanzania"

Sites:

Individuals:

Reviews:

  • other videos

Text: The Jorney of Man: A Genetic Odyssey, Spencer Wells.

The Human Family Tree, National Geographic.

2009
The Human Famly Tree HomePage

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