Shaw until a recent past, paths towards food production were at the centre investigators involved in the analysis of hunter-gatherers groups of has been commonly considered as an "ineluctable" phenomenon (e.g., Krzyzaniak and Kobusiewicz 1984). By contrast, this "transitional" stage before food production should be approached as aspecific phase in the human local history. Thus, it can be seen as a phenomenon with its own significance and importance, rather than one step along a predetermined sequence of events.; More than a decade after a famous Causes and consequences of food Africa... (Clark and Brandt 1984), this workshop is aimed at related to both intensification of resource exploitation and population the transition towards food production in the early Holocene. The is North Africa, with particular reference to the Sahara. In this region, original evolutionary models as regards the emergence of cultural of alternative adaptive strategies (e.g., Pwiti and Soper 1996).
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|Titolo:||“Before Food Production in North Africa”: an introductory glimpse into the issue.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1998|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||04b Atto di convegno in volume|