Fighting the mantra, “People vary more within the groups than vary between groups”

In light of a discussion between Razib and Martin, I recently took arms and battled the concepts behind race and identity and how human genetic variation plays a role in forming these concepts. In the comments, I was disgusted to read Martin throw in this rhetorical line in his comment, "Genetics have long ago shown... Continue Reading →

Introducing Jon Entine, Anthropology.net’s new guest blogger

I want to introduce a new guest blogger here at Anthropology.net, his name is Jon Entine and he's a very well known producer and writer. You should be interested in his work. His new book, Abraham’s Children: Race, Identity and the DNA of the Chosen People and a companion website, integrates genealogy and genetics with... Continue Reading →

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