This book is impressive. Clearly written and well-articulated, the author, Dr. Lolita Nikolova, thoroughly covers the breadth and depth of cultural genomics and cultural identity. Dr. Nikolova, an international renowned scientist, provides a valuable and contemporary approach to the study of genomics and takes complex and dense material and explains it in usable, scientific terms familiar to the disciplines of archaeology, genetic genealogy, traditional genealogy, genomics, human origin, and evolution of human civilization. This book is must for students and others wanting to understand the connections and interrelations between culture and genetic data and processes.
Professor Kerri Naylor, PhD
Argosy University, Draper