Books by Bryan Sykes

Released: March 5, 2019

"Scientifically inclined dog lovers will find this a trove of information and provocation."
How did wolves evolve into dogs? Sykes (Genetics/Oxford Univ.; The Nature of the Beast, 2015, etc.) reviews the state of the art on matters canine and lupine. Read full book review >
DNA USA by Bryan Sykes
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Released: May 14, 2012

"For that reason alone, the book should be celebrated. But Sykes should also be applauded for his skills as a storyteller, science expositor, travel companion and compassionate human being."
Sykes (Human Genetics/Oxford Univ.; Saxons, Vikings, and Celts: The Genetic Roots of Britain and Ireland, 2006, etc.) combines history, science, travel and memoir in one grand exposition of what it means to be an "American." Read full book review >
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Released: July 9, 2001

"A clear and readable exposition of the interface between genetics and anthropology, enlivened by a wry sense of humor."
A British geneticist details the contributions of his discipline to anthropology. Read full book review >