Seems very interesting: The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn from Traditional Societies?
I will probably be the only one who will not order his book. I think most of his books are shallow and populist. He oversimplifies the matter and is not objective enough in his writing. I really despise people who write about anthropology without any proper anthropological training. Even though he is interested in evolutionary biology, it does not equal being a trained anthropologist.
He is a professor of geography and originally his area of expertise was gall bladder salts. Of course, he states interesting facts in his books, but he makes wrong interpretations and he pre-selects them to prove his point.
My advice: take his writing with a grain of salt.
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