1: What to expect 2: Finding our place 3: Fossil hominins - discovery and context 4: Fossil hominins - analysis and interpretation 5: Possible and probable early hominins 6: Archaic hominins 7: Transitional and archaic Homo 8: Modern human origins Timelines Personalities Further Reading
Bernard Wood has been involved in human evolution-related research for more than thirty years. He was appointed Henry R. Luce Professor of Human Origins at George Washington University and the Smithsonian Institution in 1997. This was the first Professorship to be devoted to the study of Human Origins. Prior to that he was the Derby Professor of Anatomy and the Dean of the School of Medicine at The University of Liverpool. He has published widely about the development of analytical methods and their application to the fossil record. His survey of the fossil hominin cranial remains from the Kenyan site of Koobi Fora published in 1991 is a key reference for researchers.