INDEX
abrasion: and healing, 166; skin protection from, 11, 13 fig., 27, 28, 29, 31, 33. See also burns
acne, 125, 131–32
activity levels, early human, 47–50, 77, 189–90nn17,19,20. See also locomotion
adaptation history, 28, 35–36, 91, 186n18; and bipedalism, 196n3; hairlessness and, 41–42, 188n10; and heat protection, 56; historical morphology, 186n18; and mobility, 48; and skin color, 3, 78, 79, 82, 91, 95; and UVR protection, 56, 78, 82, 89–90, 91. See also evolution
adaptive response, 130, 131 fig. Africa: Bantu-language speakers from, 87, 200n30; body painting in, 144, 145 fig., 153, 212n6; European colonization of, 157–58, 200–201n30; human evolution in, 40, 42, 47, 77–80, 189n16, 197n9, Plates 6–8; and MC1R gene, 93; mole rat, 33, Plate 4; primates, 35 fig., 36, 76, 189n15, 195–96n2, Plate 6; scarification in, 125, 157, 157 fig.; scars from smallpox, 126 fig.; and skin color, 69–71, 70 fig., 80–85, 87, 93, 157–58, Plates 6–11; vitamin D production, 81–82; zebrafish, 67. See also Kenya; South Africa
age, and skin color, 71, 88. See also aging; children; elderly; teens; youthful
appearance aggression: in human evolution, 187n2; primate sexuality and, 118–19; touch used for, 110–11. See also conflict resolution
aging, 136 fig., 209–10n13; cellular, 16; cosmetics vs., 136, 161, 169; gene therapy

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Preface xv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Skin Laid Bare 9
  • 2 - History 21
  • 3 - Sweat 39
  • 4 - Skin and Sun 56
  • 5 - Skin’s Dark Secret 65
  • 6 - Color 76
  • 7 - Touch 97
  • 8 - Emotions, Sex, and Skin 112
  • 9 - Wear and Tear 121
  • 10 - Statements 141
  • 11 - Future Skin 164
  • Glossary 175
  • Notes 181
  • References 217
  • Index 243
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