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Spotlight on… Julia Lehmann
Julia Lehmann Position: Reader in Evolutionary Anthropology Bio: Born in (More)
Spotlight on… Stuart Semple
Stuart Semple Position: Professor in Evolutionary Anthropology at the Univer (More)
CRESIDA webinar by Dr Stefano Kaburu on human-macaque interactions
On 7 October 2020, Dr Stefano Kaburu from the University of Wolverhampton presented a webinar in our CRESIDA seminar series titled 'Investigation of the drivers and (More)
Primates, penguins and the evolution of language
Analyses of human language and the behaviour of a range of non‐human animal species have provided evidence for a common pattern underlying diverse behavioural phenomena. This is a longstanding research interest of CRESIDA's Stuart Semple, who has ext (More)
Golden monkey male behaviour and vocalisations in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda
Susan Wiper and a golden monkey This week in the More)
Navigation patterns in a Neotropical primate (Alouatta pigra): when cognition meets energetics
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, the speaker is Miguel de Gu (More)
Humans and other Primates: the differences in cultural complexity between orangutans and chimpanzees
In our second year Humans and Other Primates  module, students are provided with a foundation in evolutionary anthropology through an understanding of primate biology and (More)
Relational complexity in sooty mangabeys and Western chimpanzees
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, the speaker is More)
Humans and Other Primates: Cultural complexity in mountain gorillas and Bornean orangutans
In our second year Humans and Other Primates  module, students are provided with a foundation in evolutionary anthropology through an understanding of primate biology and (More)
The MRes in Primate Biology, Behaviour and Conservation @ Roehampton – why I chose it, what I studied, and where it has taken me
By Raphaela Heesen More)
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