Foreword (Chacon).- Introduction (Kiblinger).- Chapter 1. The Mammoth Steppe in Relation to the Fate of Modern-Humans and Neanderthals (Geist).- Chapter 2. The Meaning of Projectile Points in the Late Neolithic of the Northern Levant: A Case Study from the Settlement of Shir, Syria (Dietrich).- Chapter 3. Was There a Method to Their Madness? Warfare, Alliance Formation, and the Origins of the Irish Medieval State (Gibson).- Chapter 4. Seeking Justice—Preserving Honor: War and Peace Among the Western Dani (Hayward).- Chapter 5. Forced Labor and Disciplinary Control: A History of Indigenous Peoples’ Treatment and Agency in the City of Manaus, Brazil (Soares).- Chapter 6. Culpability for Violence in the Congo: Lessons from the Crisis of 1960-1965 (Roosevelt).- Chapter 7. Killing, Mercy, and Empathic Emotions: The Emotional Lives of East African Warriors (Straight).- Chapter 8. Conclusions and Commentary (Kiblinger).
William P. Kiblinger (editor) is an associate professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies. He holds a Ph.D. in the philosophy of religion from the University of Chicago. His research focuses on continental philosophy and theology as well as issues in religion and science. He has published work on evolutionary theory and subjectivity in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science as well as on religious imagination in the International Journal of Philosophy and Theology. He teaches courses in philosophy and religious studies, and he has co-taught interdisciplinary courses in biology, anthropology, and political science.