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Volume 85, Numbers 1-3, February - June 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Revisiting the "Negrito" Hypothesis

Edited by Phillip Endicott


Introduction: Revisiting the “Negrito” Hypothesis: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Human Prehistory in Southeast Asia

pp. 5-20

Hunter-Gatherers in Southeast Asia: From Prehistory to the Present

pp. 21-43

“Small Size” in the Philippine Human Fossil Record: Is It Meaningful for a Better Understanding of the Evolutionary History of the Negritos?

pp. 45-65

The Skeletal Phenotype of “Negritos” from the Andaman Islands and Philippines Relative to Global Variation among Hunter-Gatherers

pp. 67-94

Craniodental Affinities of Southeast Asia’s “Negritos” and the Concordance with Their Genetic Affinities

pp. 95-133

Climate Change Influenced Female Population Sizes through Time across the Indonesian Archipelago

pp. 135-152

The Andaman Islanders in a Regional Genetic Context: Reexamining the Evidence for an Early Peopling of the Archipelago from South Asia

pp. 153-171

Admixture Patterns and Genetic Differentiation in Negrito Groups from West Malaysia Estimated from Genome-wide SNP Data

pp. 173-187

Genetic Diversity of Four Filipino Negrito Populations from Luzon: Comparison of Male and Female Effective Population Sizes and Differential Integration of Immigrants into Aeta and Agta Communities

pp. 189-208

Anthropology and GIS: Temporal and Spatial Distribution of the Philippine Negrito Groups

pp. 209-227

Editorial decision sent by the guest editor Phillip Endicott to Dr. Sabino Padilla

pp. 228-230

Mount Pinatubo, Inflammatory Cytokines, and the Immunological Ecology of Aeta Hunter-Gatherers

pp. 231-250

Evolution of the Pygmy Phenotype: Evidence of Positive Selection from Genome-wide Scans in African, Asian, and Melanesian Pygmies

pp. 251-284

Mountain Pygmies of Western New Guinea: A Morphological and Molecular Approach

pp. 285-307

Phenotypic Plasticity of Climbing-Related Traits in the Ankle Joint of Great Apes and Rainforest Hunter-Gatherers

pp. 309-328

Who Are the Philippine Negritos?: Evidence from Language

pp. 329-358

Kinship Matters: Structures of Alliance, Indigenous Foragers, and the Austronesian Diaspora

pp. 359-381

Time and Place in the Prehistory of the Aslian Languages

pp. 383-399

Terror from the Sky: Unconventional Linguistic Clues to the Negrito Past

pp. 401-416

Making Friends in the Rainforest: “Negrito” Adaptation to Risk and Uncertainty

pp. 417-443

Why Have the Peninsular “Negritos” Remained Distinct?

pp. 445-483

Brief Communication

The Australian Barrineans and Their Relationship to Southeast Asian Negritos: An Investigation using Mitochondrial Genomics

pp. 485-494

Concluding Remarks

What’s in a Name?: “Negritos” in the Context of the Human Prehistory of Southeast Asia

pp. 495-502

AAAG Student Prizes Awarded at 2013 AAPA Meeting

pp. 507-509

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