Most popular accounts of human prehistory suggest civilization emerged linearly—humans starting as nomadic hunter-gatherers and later moving on to farming and permanent settlements leading to villages, towns and then cities. The Dawn of Everything challenges this narrative.


This article by Vivek V. Venkataraman, writing for The Conversation, reviews The Dawn of Everything'
  • Anthropologist David Graeber and archaeologist David Wengrow argue that human societies during the Palaeolithic were quite diverse rather than all being nomadic hunter-gatherers.
  • The writers also argue that humans have shown remarkable flexibility in dealing with different and varying climates and environments.


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