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Jess collecting data on wild chimpanzees at Kanyawara in Kibale National Park, Uganda

2014.11.01 | Kibale Sustainability Project

Jessica Hartel, New Postdoc

Jessica Hartel is a primatologist with experience working in both captive and wild environments with a variety of primate species. Her research at the Center for Biocultural History focuses on the Kibale Chimpanzee Project as a test case to objectively quantify and analyze how long-term research projects can promote both natural and cultural…

2014.10.22 | Visit

Joseph Carroll is Bioculture Visiting Professor in 2015

The Centre for Biocultural History is happy to announce that Aarhus University's Research Foundation is sponsoring Professor Joseph Carroll, University of Missouri at St Louis, as a visiting professor at Aarhus University from January 2015 until June 2015.

Events

Wed 11 Feb
08:00-17:00 | Leipzig, Germany
Jessica Hartel: Effects of long-term primatological research and conservation in Kibale National Park
Current work-in-progress to be presented at the 14th Conference of the Gesellschaft für Primatologie in Leipzig, Germany, 11-13 February 2015
Fri 15 May
08:00-17:00 | Cambridge, UK
Casper Andersen: Decolonization, conservation and development in UNESCO’s heritage agenda for Africa
Current work-in progress to be presented at the conference African Heritage Challenges: Development and Sustainability, CRASSH, Cambridge, 15-16 May 2015

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