In the fifth installment of our podcast series from the conference on the Evolutionary Origins of the Human Mind at the International Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS), we spoke with Dr. Crickette Sanz, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis.
We chatted with Dr. Sanz about her work, both in research and in conservation, with chimpanzees of the Goualogo Triangle, Republic of Congo. Topics of this podcast include the use of technology in field primatology, complex tool traditions, and unique aspects of the culture and conservation status of chimpanzees and other primates in Central Africa. Find out more about Dr. Sanz and her work on her profile at Washington University and at the Goualogo Triangle Ape Project.
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