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This series provides a forum for rationally argued, solidly based work on the origins and evolution of language which combines scholarship with readability. The editors welcome submissions from authors in all fields bearing on the subject, including linguistics, cognitive neuroscience, animal behaviour, biology, anthropology, psychology, computer science, and archaeology. Its books have a wide readership, frequently including the general public.
Kathleen R. Gibson, University of Texas at Houston and Maggie Tallerman, Newcastle University