2015.10.07 | Events
The great apes are under threat. To focus on this issue, and the way our everyday actions influence living conditions for the great apes, a group of researchers at Aarhus University have developed a course of teaching and a youth conference for schools and upper-secondary schools.
2015.05.27 | Kibale Sustainability Project
The Guardian reports on the Kibale Snare Removal Program directed by postdoc Jessica Hartel.
2015.03.03 | Kibale Sustainability Project
Video produced by Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP).
2015.02.19 | Kibale Sustainability Project
Peter Kjærgaard and Jessica Hartel blog about an adventure in Uganda with the Kibale Chimpanzee Project.
2015.01.23 | Events, Genetic history
The seminar will take place in Lucca, Italy from 21 to 22 of February
2015.01.20 | Publication, Biocultural engagement
Peter C. Kjærgaard's new book Familien on the extended human family is available to download as a free e-book or audio book in January.
2014.11.01 | Kibale Sustainability Project, Natural and cultural heritage
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, Biocultural theory
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.
2014.10.01 | Human adaptation
Using cross-cultural comparisons, physiological and psychological stress measures, she is examining the costs and limits of adaptation, including the effect of modernization, in European and African populations.
2014.08.14 | Genetic history
Georgios (Yorgos) Athanasiadis is a geneticist with an MSc in bioinformatics and a PhD in human population genetics. Yorgos has just started a postdoc at the Centre for Biocultural History with a joint appointment at the Bioinformatics Research Centre.
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