Volume 43, Number 2, Fall 2004

Table of Contents

From: Asian Perspectives

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Special Issue: Asia and the Middle Pleistocene in Global Perspective

Guest Editor: Lynne A. Schepartz and Sari Miller-Antonio

Asia and the Middle Pleistocene in Global Perspective

pp. 187-190
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Historical Background

A Tribute to Jia Lanpo (1908-2001)

pp. 191-196
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A Conversation with Huang Weiwen: Reflections on Asian Paleolithic Research

pp. 197-204
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Climate Change, Hominid Dispersals, and Adaptation

Hominid Dispersals and Asian Biogeography during the Lower and Early Middle Pleistocene, c. 2.0-0.5 Mya

pp. 205-226
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Home Range Size in Middle Pleistocene China and Human Dispersal Patterns in Eastern and Central Asia

pp. 227-247
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Was the Emergence of Home Bases and Domestic Fire a Punctuated Event? A Review of the Middle Pleistocene Record in Eurasia

pp. 248-280
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Lithic Technological Variability of the Middle Pleistocene in the Eastern Nihewan Basin, Northern China

pp. 281-301
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Panxian Dadong, South China: Establishing a Record of Middle Pleistocene Climatic Changes

pp. 302-313
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Lithic Raw Material Use at the Late Middle Pleistocene Site of Panxian Dadong

pp. 314-332
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Taxonomic Abundance at Panxian Dadong, a Middle Pleistocene Cave in South China

pp. 333-359
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Book Reviews

A Re-Examination of the Palaeolithic Archaeological Record of Northern Tamil Nadu, South India (review)

pp. 362-364
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Acheulean Culture in Peninsular India: An Ecological Perspective (review)

pp. 360-361
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Sangiran: Man, Culture, and Environment in Pleistocene Times: Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Sangiran, Solo-Indonesia, 21-24 September 1998 (review)

pp. 364-366
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