People, Place, and Other Primates: Integrated Anthropology in the Multispecies Anthropocene

Agustín Fuentes (Notre Dame)
2/05/2014

Humans and other primates share space and place across much of the globe; our entangled histories, desires, and ecologies lead to a myriad of relationships, conflicts and communities.  Integrating the evolutionary, the ecological, and the ethnographic facilitates a robust anthropology of the Anthropocene–an anthropology that places humans as significant features of local and global ecologies and allows space for other species as agents and co-participants in shaping niches, physiologies and futures.

* Co-sponsored by the Department of Biology and the Department of Psychology

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