I just saw your comment (transitioning to a new smartphone)I'll take a look at Anthony's comments when I'm on a better connection. Thanks for sending.
Response on Language Log (run by the University of Pennsylvania) to the dire Bouckaert et al 2012: http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=4142Response on Geocurrents: http://geocurrents.info/category/indo-european-originsGeocurrents was run at that time by two lecturers from Stanford University, one a geographer, one a linguist. The linguist has left, so her posts on it have gone, but both lots of posts are being combined and upgraded into a book to be published by Cambridge University Press. It is in the finishing stages now, I understand.
Jean, I read some of the posts on Current Events. (ditto on late reply)Lewis makes a lot of valid criticisms however, even if every criticism offered by Lewis was acted upon, I don't know that first parts of the map would be significantly different given the branching phylogeny of IE. Thanks for linking to the criticisms.