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(Anthropological Review) 63(1):3-17

Wolpoff, M.H., J.D. Hawks, and R. Caspari: Multiregional, Not Multiple Origins. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 112(1):129-136.

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com.proxy.lib.umich.edu/cgi-bin/fulltext/71008905/PDFSTART

Reprinted in R.J. Ciochon and J.G. Fleagle (eds) The Human Evolution Source Book. Advances in Human Evolution Series, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey (2006), pp. 604-609.

Cela-Conde, C.J., E. Aguirre, F.J. Ayala, P.V. Tobias, D. Turbón, L.C. Aiello, M. Collard, M. Goodman, C.P. Groves, F. Clark Howell, J.H. Schwartz, D.S. Straight, F. Szalay, I. Tattersall, M.H. Wolpoff, and B.A. Wood) Systematics of Humankind. Palma 2000: An International Working Group on Systematics in Human Paleontology. Ludus Vitalis (Revista de Filosofía de las Ciencias de la Vida) 7(13):127-130. Reprinted in Volume 9(15):179-182 (2001).

Etler, D.A., T.L. Crummett, and M.H. Wolpoff: Longgupo: Early Homo Colonizer or Late Pliocene Lufengpithecus Survivor in South China? Human Evolution 15(1-2):151-162.

Hawks, J.D., S. Dobson, and M.H. Wolpoff: Variation in Nasal Breadth as a test of Genetic Drift in European Neandertals. Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, n.s.12(3-4):431-436.

Hawks, J.D., S. Oh, K. Hunley, S. Dobson, G. Cabana, P. Dayalu, and M.W. Wolpoff: An Australasian Test of the Recent African Origin Theory using the WLH-50 Calvarium. Journal of Human Evolution 39(1):1-22. http://extra.idealibrary.com/production/jhev/2000/39/1/jhev.1999.0384/0384a.pdf

Hawks, J.D., K. Hunley, S-H. Lee, and M.H. Wolpoff: Bottlenecks and Pleistocene Human Evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution 17(1):2-22. http://www.molbiolevol.org/cgi/reprint/17/1/2.pdf


2001


Evolution Enough for Everyone, a Discover Dialogue. Discover 22(6):16.

Is There a Phylogeny of Homo? Ludus Vitalis (Revista de Filosofía de las Ciencias de la Vida) 9(15):75-89. Reprinted in R. Gutiérrez Lombardo, J. Martínez Contreras and J. Luis Cortés (eds) 2003 Naturaleza Y Diversidad Humana: Estudios Evolucionistas. Centro es Estudios Filosóficos, Políticos y Sociales “Vicente Lombardo Toledano”, Coyoacán (Mexico). Pp. 309-372.

Comments on the article by M. Otte and J.K. Kozłowski. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia 3(7):63-67.

Wolpoff, M.H., J.D. Hawks, D.W. Frayer, and K. Hunley: Modern Human Ancestry at the Peripheries: A Test of the Replacement Theory. Science 291:293-297. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/reprint/291/5502/293.pdf, reviewed in M. Balter (2001) Anthropologists duel over modern human origins. Science 291:1728-1729. Reprinted in R.J. Ciochon and J.G. Fleagle (eds) The Human Evolution Source Book. Advances in Human Evolution Series, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey (2006), pp. 609-614.

Wolpoff M.H. and S-H. Lee: The Late Pleistocene Human Species of Israel. Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris 13(3-4):291-310.

Caspari, R., and M.H. Wolpoff: Race, Culture, and Human Evolution. Fathom Knowledge Network web feature. http://www.fathom.com/story/story.jhtml?story_id=122207

Hawks, J.D., and M.H. Wolpoff: Paleoanthropology and the Population Genetics of Ancient Genes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 114(3):269-272. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com.proxy.lib.umich.edu/cgi-bin/fulltext/77004267/PDFSTART

Hawks, J.D., and M.H. Wolpoff: The Four Faces of Eve: Hypothesis Compatibility and Human Origins. Quaternary International 75(1):41-50. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=MImg&_imagekey=B6VGS-41V33N2-6-2&_udi=B6VGS-41V33N2-6&_cdi=6046&_orig=browse&-coverDate=01%2F31%2F2001&_sk=999249998&_acct=C000007678&_version=1&_userid=99318&md5=8f3d59ae998c1cfa56a55366b325e1a1&ie=f.pdf


Hawks, J.D., and M.H. Wolpoff: The Accretion Model of Neandertal Evolution. Evolution 55(7):1474-1485.

http://evol.allenpress.com/evolonline/?request=get-pdf&file=i0014-3820-055-07-1474.pdf  Reprinted in R.J. Ciochon and J.G. Fleagle (eds) The Human Evolution Source Book. Advances in Human Evolution Series, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey (2006), pp. 458-470.

Kramer, A., T.L. Crummett, and M.H. Wolpoff: Out of Africa and into the Levant: Replacement or Admixture in Western Asia? Quaternary International 75(1):51-63. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=MImg&_imagekey=B6VGS-41V33N2-7-C&_udi=B6VGS-41V33N2-7&_cdi=6046&_orig=browse&_coverDate=01%2F31%2F2001&-_sk=999249998&_acct=C000007678&_version=1&_userid=99318&md5=0fad531e51d26a54cc488a0b11f8ad1f&ie=f.pdf


2002


Comment on "A Diffusion Wave out of Africa", by Vinayak Eswaran. Current Anthropology 43(5):768-769.

Wolpoff, M.H., and R. Caspari: Comment on “Grappling with the Ghost of Gould” by David P. Barash. Letter to the Editor, Human Nature Review 2:297.

http://human-nature.com/nibbs/02/wolpoff.html

Wolpoff, M.H., B. Senut, M. Pickford, and J. Hawks: Sahelanthropus or ‘Sahelpithecus’? Nature 419:581-582. http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/nature/journal/v419/n6907/full/419581a_fs.html&content_filetype=pdf


2003


All in the Family? Letter to the editor, Natural History 112(2):12.

What is Evolution? Evolutionary Anthropology 12(1):53-55. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext?ID=102531548&PLACEBO=IE.pdf

Neandertal genetics. In J. Brůžek, B. Vandermeersch, and M. Dolores Garralda (eds): Changements Biologiques et Culturels en Europe de la Fin du Paléolithique Moyen au Néolithique. Hommage à Jan Jelínek. Repro Služby, Praha. Pp. 25-38.

Comment on “Species Concepts, Reticulation, and Human Evolution,” by T.W. Holliday. Current Anthropology 44(5):666-667, 670-673 (references).

Hawks, J.D., and M.H. Wolpoff: Sixty Years of Modern Human Origins in the American Anthropological Association. American Anthropologist 105(1):87-98. http://www.anthrosource.net.proxy.lib.umich.edu/doi/pdfplus/10.1525/aa.2003.105.1.89

Lee, S-H., and M.H. Wolpoff: The Pattern of Evolution in Pleistocene Human Brain Size.  Paleobiology 29(2):186-196. http://www.bioone.org/bioone/?request=get-pdf&file=i0094-8373-029-02-0186.pdf

Thorne, A.G., and M.H. Wolpoff : The Multiregional Evolution of Humans, revised paper. In M. Fischetti (ed): New Look at Human Evolution. Scientific American 13(2):46-53.


2004


Opinion: Multiregional Origins of Modern Humans. In M.A. Jobling, M.E. Hurles, and C. Tyler-Smith: Human Evolutionary Genetics: Origins, Peoples, and Disease. Garland Science, New York. pp. 244-245.

Wolpoff, M.H., B. Mannheim, A. Mann, J. Hawks, R. Caspari, K.R. Rosenberg, D.W. Frayer, G.W. Gill, and G.A. Clark: Why Not the Neandertals? World Archaeology 36(4):527-546. http://hermia.ingentaselect.com/vl=2194717/cl=49/nw=1/fm=docpdf/rpsv/cw/routledg/00438243/v36n4/s8/p527


2005


Multiregional Evolution. In C. Renfrew and P. Bahn (eds): Archaeology: The Key Concepts. Routledge, London. pp. 176-181.

Comments on the Article by M. Otte and J.K. Kozlowski. In A.P. Derevianko (ed): The Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition in Eurasia: Hypotheses and Facts. Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Press, Novosibirsk. pp. 46-50.

Wolpoff, M.H., and D.W. Frayer: Unique Ramus Anatomy for Neandertals? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128(2):245-251.

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/110438198/PDFSTART

Caspari, R., and M.H. Wolpoff Origines et diversité. L’évolution multirégionale de l’espèce humaine. Krisis: Revue d’Idées et de Débats (Origine? ed. Alain de Benoist) 27:117-128.

Jelínek, J., M.H. Wolpoff, and D.W. Frayer: Evolutionary Significance of the Quarry Cave Specimens from Mladeč. Anthropologie 43(2-3):199-211.

Lee, S-H., and M.H. Wolpoff: Habiline Variation: A New Approach using STET. Theory in Biosciences 124(1):25-40. http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S1431761305000224


2006


The Wrong Question. In B. Demarsin and M. Otte (eds): Neanderthals in Europe. Proceedings of the International Conference, held in the Gallo-Roman Museum in Tongeren. Ėtudes et Recherches Archéologiques de l’Université Liège (ERAUL) 117: 21-34.

Wolpoff, M.H., and R. Caspari: Does Krapina reflect Early Neandertal Paleodemography? Periodicum Biologorum 108(4):425-432.

Wolpoff, M.H., D.W. Frayer, and J. Jelínek: Aurignacian Female Crania and Teeth from the Mladeč Caves, Moravia, Czech Republic. In M. Teschler-Nicola (ed): Early Modern Humans at the Moravian Gate: The Mladeč Caves and their Remains. Springer, Wien. pp 273-340

Wolpoff, M.H., D.W. Frayer, and J. Jelínek: Lost, Destroyed, or Misidentified Postcranial Specimens from Mladeč. In M. Teschler-Nicola (ed): Early Modern Humans at the Moravian Gate: The Mladeč Caves and their Remains. Springer, Wien. pp 447-452.

Wolpoff, M.H., D.W. Frayer, E. Trinkaus, and M. Teschler-Nicola: Inventory and Photo-Documentation of the Mladeč Hominid Remains. In M. Teschler-Nicola (ed): Early Modern Humans at the Moravian Gate: The Mladeč Caves and their Remains. Springer, Wien. pp 159-184.

Wolpoff, M.H., J. Hawks, B. Senut, M. Pickford, and J. Ahern: An Ape or The Ape: Is The Toumaï Cranium TM 266 a Hominid? PaleoAnthropology 2006:36-50. http://www.paleoanthro.org/journal/contents_dynamic.asp

Wolpoff, M.H., and Sang-Hee Lee: Variation in the Habiline Crania – Must it be Taxonomic? Human Evolution 21:71-84.

Frayer, D.W., J. Jelínek, M. Oliva, and M.H. Wolpoff: Aurignacian Male Crania, Jaws, and Teeth from the Mladeč Caves, Moravia, Czech Republic. In M. Teschler-Nicola (ed): Early Modern Humans at the Moravian Gate: The Mladeč Caves and their Remains. Springer, Wien. Pp 185-272.

Rougier, H., I. Crevecoeur, and M.H. Wolpoff: Lower Third Premolar Rotation in the Krapina Dental Sample. Periodicum Biologorum 108(3):269-278.


2007


Paleoanthropology: A View from the Trenches. Introduction to Debating Humankind’s Place in Nature 1860-2000 by Richard G. Delisle. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River. Pp 1-9.

Wolpoff, M.H., and Sang-Hee Lee: Herto and the Neandertals: What Can a 160,000-Year-Old African Tell Us about European Neandertal Evolution? In A.R. Sankhyan and V.R. Rao (eds): Human Origins, Genome and People of India: Genomic, Palaeontological and Archaeological Perspectives. Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi. Pp. 329-336

Clark, J.L., S.D. Dobson, S.C. Antón, J. Hawks, K.L. Hunley, and M.H. Wolpoff: Identifying Artificially Deformed Crania. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 17(6):596-607.


2008

Wolpoff, M.H., and R. Caspari: Does Krapina reflect Early Neandertal Paleodemography? In J. Monge, A. Mann, D. Frayer, J. Radovčić (eds): New Insights on the Krapina Neandertals: 100 Years Since Gorjanović-Kramberger. Croatian Natural History Museum, Zagreb. Pp. 191-198. (reprints Wolpoff and Caspari 2006).

Frayer, D.W., and M.H. Wolpoff: The Importance of the Předmostí Human Remains. Chapter 4 in J. Velemínská and J. Brůžek (eds): Early Modern Humans from Předmostí near Přerov, Czech Republic. Academia, Prague. Pp. 35-39.

Rougier, H., I. Crevecoeur, and M.H. Wolpoff: Lower Third Premolar Rotation in the Krapina Dental Sample. In J. Monge, A. Mann, D. Frayer, J. Radovčić (eds): New Insights on the Krapina Neandertals: 100 Years Since Gorjanović-Kramberger. Croatian Natural History Museum, Zagreb. Pp. 35-44. (reprints Rougier et al. 2006).


2009

How Neandertals Inform Human Variation. In J.H Edgar and K.L. Hunley (eds.): Race Reconciled: How Biological Anthropologists View Human Variation. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 139(1):91-102. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com.proxy.lib.umich.edu/cgi-bin/fulltext/122209159/PDFSTART


2011


Y avait-il une espèce néandertalienne ? Les Dossiers d’Archéologie n°345: 32-39.

Evolution or Extinction of Neandertals: A Brief History. In R. Penrose, S. Hameroff, H.P. Stapp, and D. Chopra (eds.): Consciousness and the Universe: Quantum Physics, Evolution, Brain and Mind.

Also in Journal of Cosmology 14. http://journalofcosmology.com/Consciousness161.html

Multiregional Origins. In Chen Shen and Z. Jacobs (eds.): Human Evolution section of Claire Smith & Jo Smith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York, Springer.

Wolpoff, M.H. and R. Caspari: Neandertals and the Roots of Human Recency. In S. Condemn and G. Weniger (eds): 150 Years of Neandertal Discoveries: Continuity and Discontinuity. In the book series: Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology, Delson and MacPhee (eds) . Springer, Wien. pp 367-377.


2012


Remarks on Receiving the Charles R. Darwin Lifetime Achievement Award. In the Proceedings of the Eightieth Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, April 13–16, 2011. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 147(1):156-157.

Caspari, R., and M.H. Wolpoff: The Dubois Syndrome. In Richard G. Delisle (ed.): Human Evolution: An Agenda for History, Philosophy, and Social Studies. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 34:51-60.

Wolpoff, M.H. and Sang-Hee Lee: The African origin of Recent Humanity. In S.C. Reynolds and A. Gallagher (eds.): African Genesis: Perspectives on Hominin Evolution. Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Chapter 18, pp. 347-364.





BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS


1971 Metric Trends in Hominid Dental Evolution. Case Western Reserve Studies in Anthropology 2. Case Western Reserve University Press, Cleveland; 244 pp.

1976 William R. Farrand, Richard W. Redding, Milford H. Wolpoff, and Henry T. Wright, III) An Archaeological Investigation on the Loboi Plain, Baringo District, Kenya. Museum of Anthropology, The University of Michigan Technical Reports Number 4, Research Reports in Archaeology, Contribution 1, Ann Arbor.

1980 Paleoanthropology. Knopf, New York; 379 pp. ISBN 0-394-32197-9

1988 Jakov Radovčić, Fred H. Smith, Erik Trinkaus, and Milford H. Wolpoff The Krapina Hominids: An Illustrated Catalog of the Skeletal Collection. Mladost Press and the Croatian Natural History Museum, Zagreb.

1994 Paleoanthropology. Preliminary publication of the 2nd edition. College Custom Series, McGraw-Hill, New York. ISBN 0-07-071679-X

1995 Human Evolution. 1996 edition. College Custom Series, McGraw-Hill, New York. ISBN 0-07-071827-X

1996 Human Evolution. 1996-1997 edition. College Custom Series, McGraw-Hill, New York. ISBN 0-07-071833-4

1997 Milford H. Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari Race and Human Evolution. Simon and Schuster, New York. ISBN 0-684-81013-1. Published in paperback in 1998 by Westview press ISBN 0-8133-3546-9. A Canadian National Institute for the Blind talking book RC18623 (4 cassettes, narrated by Roy Avers). Recipient of the 1999 W.W. Howells Book Prize in Biological Anthropology, presented by the Biological Anthropology Section of the American Anthropological Association

1999 Paleoanthropology. 2nd edition. McGraw-Hill, New York. ISBN 0-07-071676-5. Reviewed by A. Bilsborough (2001) Clash of the Titans. Journal of Human Evolution 41:701-709.

2006 Neandertals on Our Family Tree. The Annual John Wesley Powell Memorial Lecture, Number 2, Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.


VIDEO APPEARANCES

1990 “Origins” (6 part series produced by SABC)


1992 Beyond 2000 (produced by Video Australia)

News 21: “The Roots of Humanity” (in Japanese, produced by NHK)

Infinite Voyage: “The Dawn of Humankind” (produced by WQEB, on PBS)


  1. “Apeman” (4 part series produced by Granada TV, on A&E)

“Dead Men Talk” (produced by Equinox, on TLC)

“Wir Neandertaler” (in German, produced by ORF)

Paleoworld: “Missing Links” (produced by New Dominion, on TLC)


1995 Paleoworld: “Trail of the Neanderthal” (on TLC)


1997 Ancient Mysteries: “The Fate of the Neandertals” (aired on 4/27/97 on A&E)

“The Last Neandertal” (aired on 4/28/97 on Discovery)

Bipedalism and Human Evolution (in Japanese, TCJ)


  1. “The Lapedo Child.” (produced by Anglica Television)


2002 “Neanderthals on Trial” (Nova, produced by WGBH).


2002 “Creationism and Evolution”, a Detroit Public TV debate moderated by Todd Mundt, recorded and broadcast on PBS 9/26/01.


2011 “The paradigm is dead, long live the paradigm!”, a discussion with Razib Khan, broadcast on his Science Saturday Bloggingheads:

Milford and Razib on bloggingheads.tv


Doctoral Degrees Chaired



  1. David Wayne Frayer 1 1976 Evolutionary Dental Changes in Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic Human Populations. University of Michigan.

  2. Fred Hines Smith 1 1976 The Neandertal Remains from Krapina: A Descriptive and Comparative Study. University of Michigan.

  3. Timothy Douglas White 2 1977 The Anterior Mandibular Corpus of Early African Hominidae: Functional Significance of Shape and Size. University of Michigan.

  4. Leonard Owen Greenfield 2 1977 Ramapithecus and Early Hominid Origins. University of Michigan.

  5. Clark Spencer Larsen 1980 Prehistoric Human Biological Adaptation: a Case Study from the Georgia Coast. University of Michigan.

  6. Mary Doria Russell 1983 The Functional and Adaptive Significance of the Supraorbital Torus. University of Michigan.

  7. Marcia Lynn Robertson 1984 The Carpus of Proconsul africanus: Functional Analysis and Comparison with Selected Nonhuman Primates. University of Michigan.

  8. Karen Roček Rosenberg 1986 The Functional Significance of Neandertal Pubic Morphology. . University of Michigan.

  9. Lynne Alison Schepartz 1987 From Hunters to Herders: Subsistence Pattern and Morphological Change in Eastern Africa. University of Michigan.

  10. Andrew Kramer 1989 The Evolutionary and Taxonomic Affinities of the Sangiran Mandibles of Central Java, Indonesia. University of Michigan.

  11. Tracey Leigh Crummett 1994 The Evolution of Shovel Shaping: Regional and Temporal Variation in Human Incisor Morphology. University of Michigan.

  12. Katarzyna Anna Kaszycka 1995 Status of Kromdraai: Cranial, Mandibular, and Dental Morphology, Systematic Relations, and Significance of the Kromdraai Hominids. Jointly chaired with Maciej Henneberg. University of the Witwatersrand.

  13. James Chapin McLaughlin Ahern 1998 Late Pleistocene Frontals of the Hrvatsko Zagorje: An Analysis of Intrapopulational Variation among South Central European Neandertals. University of Michigan.

  14. Sang-Hee Lee 1999 Evolution of Human Sexual Dimorphism: Estimating Population Properties when Individual Sex is Unknown. University of Michigan.

  15. John David Hawks 1999 The Evolution of Human Population Size: A Synthesis of Genetic and Paleoanthropological Data. University of Michigan.

  16. Adam Van Arsdale 2006 Mandibular Variation in Early Homo from Dmanisi, Georgia. University of Michigan.

  17. Virginia Hutton Estabrook 2009 Sampling Biases and New Ways of Addressing the Significance of Trauma in Neandertals. University of Michigan.




  1. Julie Joan Lesnik 2011 Tools and Termites: Implications for the Foraging Behavior of the Swartkrans Hominids. University of Michigan.

  2. Davorka Radovčić 2011 The Implications of Variation in Late Pleistocene Levantine Crania for Understanding the Pattern of Human Evolution. University of Michigan.

  3. Mary A. Kelaita 2011 Morphological Variation of Two Howler Monkey Species and Their Genetically-Confirmed Hybrids. Jointly chaired with Liliana Cortes Ortiz, University of Michigan.




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