An Abuse of Interdisciplinarity: Modeling the Indo-European Homeland Again
· by German Dziebel · in Bayesian phylogenetics, Indo-European, Indo-European homeland, Interdisciplinarity
Science 2012, Vol. 337 no. 6097 pp. 957-960 doi: 10.1126/science.1219669 Mapping the Origins and Expansion of the Indo-European Language Family Remco Bouckaert, Philippe Lemey, Michael Dunn, Simon J. Greenhill, Alexander V. Alekseyenko, Alexei J. Drummond, Russell D. Gray, Marc A….
The Pontic Steppe vs. the Bactrian Homeland of the Indo-Europeans
· by German Dziebel · in Bactrian theory, Burushaski, Indo-European, Indo-European homeland, Kurgan theory, Linguistic diversity, Linguistics, North Caucasian, out-of-America
Dienekes, the confused blogger from my previous post, continues to be confused and confusing. In the comments section of Razib’s Discover Blog, he concedes: “As of late, I am rather more willing to give even Johanna Nichols’ 1997 model of…