2019 NEE Human Evolution content

This week the Human Evolution meeting takes place at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK. The motto of the meeting is 'From fossils to ancient and modern genomes' and here we gather NEE's 2019 content that covers diverse fields of human evolution. Editor Vera Domingues will be there!

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Oct 29, 2019
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Identity politics


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Beyond multiregional and simple out-of-Africa models of human evolution

How human bodies are evolving in modern societies

Connecting palaeoscientists in eastern Africa and the wider world


Correspondence

Why constrain hominid taxonomic diversity?

 

Reviews

The evolutionary history of the human face

 

Articles and News & Views

Inferred divergent gene regulation in archaic hominins reveals potential phenotypic differences

Associated N&V: Functional divergence among hominins

 

Comparative isotopic evidence from East Turkana supports a dietary shift within the genus Homo

 

Minimum founding populations for the first peopling of Sahul

Associated N&V: The first hominin fleet


Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy

Associated N&V: A steppe in the right direction

 

Evidence for increased hominid diversity in the Early to Middle Pleistocene of Indonesia

 

Ancient genomes indicate population replacement in Early Neolithic Britain

 

Human genealogy reveals a selective advantage to moderate fecundity

 

An early Aurignacian arrival in southwestern Europe

Associated correspondences:

Dating on its own cannot resolve hominin occupation patterns

No reliable evidence for a very early Aurignacian in Southern Iberia

Reply to ‘Dating on its own cannot resolve hominin occupation patterns’ and ‘No reliable evidence for a very early Aurignacian in Southern Iberia’)

 

Multiple episodes of interbreeding between Neanderthal and modern humans

Associated N&V: Encounters with archaic hominins

 

Go to the profile of Vera Domingues

Vera Domingues

Senior Editor, Springer Nature

Vera joined Nature as a locum Associate Editor in 2012, handling the fields of ecology and evolution, and in 2013 she moved to Nature Communications, where she managed a team of editors. She joined the launch team of Nature Ecology & Evolution in 2016. Vera obtained her PhD from the University of Azores, studying the evolution of coastal fish in the Atlantic and Mediterranean, and collaborated with the Eco-Ethology Research Unit at ISPA in Lisbon and the University of California at Santa Cruz for her dissertation. Her postdoctoral work took her to Harvard University where she investigated the genomics and evolution of adaptive coloration in wild mice.

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