Webinars | Section for Human-Primate Interactions | With Christine Ampumuza

black gorilla in close up photography

Our Summer Series of Webinars starts Tuesday 13th July at 9am GMT

We have a great line up of speakers to discuss the effects of habituation on primates and its alternatives.  The webinar is free to attend and will be via Zoom.
Email us at shpiwebinars@gmail.com to receive a link enabling you to access the live webinar We are very grateful to the Primate Society of Great Britain and anonymous donors for their support of our 2021 webinars.
It’s a great line up and we would like to thank our speakers for sharing their work with us.:
Dr Christine Ampumuza, Kabale University, Uganda -Animal ethics in primate research, and tourism: lessons from a relational perspective on mountain gorilla habituation at Bwindi, Uganda. 

Dr Mimi Arandjelovic Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA) and the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) in Leipzig, Germany – Non-invasive methods for studying wild animal populations

Dr Eva Gazagne, University of Liège (Belgium) in collaboration with the King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (Thailand) – Habituation to human observers: process, pros, cons, and alternative monitoring methods in primatology fieldwork.

Dr KT Hanson, 
University of Texas-San Antonio. USA – Rethinking Habituation: Insights and Implications 

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