Online Course:

"Technologies That 

Transformed Humanity"

This 10-day online course summarizes the theories set forth in UNBOUND. Each 5-minute lesson is delivered to your email for 10 consecutive days by, which offers over 250 such courses in a wide variety of subjects. Registration is free for the first 30 days.

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Photo of Richard Currier by Cara L. Keith, July 2012.

Cover Art: "Prometheus Carrying Fire," by Jans Cossiers

Cover design by Anthony Morais, Arcade Publishing

Background Skyscraper

Mayan Woman from Guatemala:  

G.E. Stuart and G.S. Stuart, The Mysterious Maya.  National Geographic Society 1977, p. 116.

Ancient Greek Vase:  
Art History, February 25, 2010, "Classical Greek Pottery"  Available at:  Accessed 1/18/2013.

Bushman Woman:

A. Waannenburgh, P. Johnson, and A. Bannister, 

The Bushmen.  Chartwell Books, 1979, Plate 120.

French Cave Painting:  

Grotte de Chauvet. Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Préfecture de la Région Rhône-Alpes.  In B. Fagan, Cro-Magnon. Bloomsbury Press 2010, Plate 2.

African Bonobo Standing: 

© Frans Lanting/ Reprinted with permission.

Recent Reviews of UNBOUND

A recent review of UNBOUND was published in January 2019 in the journal 

Human Biology Review 8(1):77-82

A PDF copy can be accessed at .

"UNBOUND . . . is a thrilling book unravelling the mysteries of human evolution . . . .

“The . . . information provided in [UNBOUND] is a treasure house for the students of anthropology and the general public. Written in a lucid style . . . [and] providing fascinating insights into the realm of our evolutionary history, it is a welcome addition to the existing repository of knowledge.”

---S.P. Singh, Editor-in-Chief, Human Biology Review

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Getting Back to My Roots as a Writer & Anthroplogist 

In 2012 I terminated my consulting business designing online continuing medical education for doctors and began the final phase of of my professional life: writing the books that I have hungered to write during the past 30 years. 

Combining the study of primate social behavior with the entire spectrum of known human societies and cultures reveals a picture of human nature that has unique power in analyzing human behavior. It is from this point of view that I have embarked upon my next great adventure as an anthropologist and writer.

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