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New Releases. Description Presenting the history of cannibalism in concert with human evolution, this account takes readers on an astonishing trip around the world and throughout history, painting the incredible, multi-faceted realities of cannibalism. Focusing on how it began, and how it has become an unspeakable taboo today, Travis-Henikoff answers a multitude of questions with careful anthropological and archaeological analysis.

It also includes fascinating stories from around the world, including details about real-life and fictional cannibals. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Review quote " A fascinating history of the role cannibalism has played in the evolution of man. Kahn, author, "Mind Shapes: Understanding the Differences in Thinking and Communication" " A careful and scholarly look at cannibalism, filled with humor, history, and fascinating facts; a totally delectable delight to read.

Holloway, professor of anthropology, Columbia University "A fascinating history of the role cannibalism has played in the evolution of man. Kahn, author, "Mind Shapes: Understanding the Differences in Thinking and Communication" "A careful and scholarly look at cannibalism, filled with humor, history, and fascinating facts; a totally delectable delight to read.

Holloway, professor of anthropology, Columbia University "Fascinating, fact and history-filled read that speaks to many of the societal problems we are facing today. While overt acts of cannibalism are confined to the Old Testament, the New Testament commands the practice of symbolic cannibalism to all who believe in Christ.

Hundreds of other brilliant minds from the fields of science, music, art, and letters lived through and died by the Inquisition. Some of them, such as Giordano Bruno, who refused to recant, were burned at the stake for their. Aborigines, who are worse off today than ever before. As noted previously, recent DNA studies have shown that we all have cannibals in our closets, though many continue to argue against the genetic evidence brought forth by Collinge and Mead.

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