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Science Bulletins: The Roots of Human Language

The landscape of human language is complex. Tracing the origins of the 7,000 known modern languages has been a significant challenge for scientists, but a novel new analysis by a researcher at the University of Auckland in New Zealand points to a familiar place: Africa, the birthplace of our species.This fall, examine the biology of language in a five-part adult course, the Sackler Brain Bench program "Is Your Brain Wired For Language?" For more information, visit: http://www.amnh.org/calendar/is-your-brain-wired-for-language
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