International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution
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'Gemegah H, 2004: Aleš Hrdlička's Impact on Anthropology and Society in China. Anthropologie (Brno) 42, 2: 105-114'.
Dr. Aleš Hrdlička's interest in China has remained unnoticed, as attention is focussed on his research in America. However, as he was seeking the origin of the First Americans in Asia, he also studied the relevant regions. A brief look at two decades of American-Chinese science transfer in which Hrdlička took part, not only reveals his contribution to introduce physical anthropology in Asia, but also the far-reaching impact of his concepts on the peopling of Asia and America, issues which still belong to some of the most controversial topics.
American-Chinese science transfer - Black, Davidson - Chen Hengzhe - Hrdlička, Aleš - Hu Shih - Peking Union Medical School - Peopling of Asia and America - Sinanthropus

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