Milford H. Wolpoff
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Who is Milford H. Wolpoff?
Milford H. Wolpoff: Milford Howell Wolpoff is a paleoanthropologist working as a professor of anthropology and adjunct associate research scientist, Museum of Anthropology, at the University of Michigan. He was born in 1942 to Ruth and Ben Wolpoff, at Chicago. He is the leading proponent of the multiregional evolution hypothesis that attempts to explain the evolution of Homo sapiens as a consequence of evolutionary processes within a single species. He is the author of Paleoanthropology, 1980 and 1999 editions with McGraw-Hill, New York. ISBN 0-07-071676-5, and the co-author of Race and Human Evolution: A Fatal Attraction, which reviews the scientific evidence and conflicting theories about how human evolution has been interpreted, and how its interpretation is related to views about race.
- also known as Milford Wolpoff
- born in (74 years ago) in Chicago
- nationality: United States of America
- education: University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
- written works: "Human Evolution, 1996-1997 Edition", "Race and human evolution", "Preliminary publication of paleoanthropology", "Metric trends in hominid dental evolution", "Introduction to Paleoanthopology", "Modern Human Origins"
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