Primate Visions

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Introduction: The Persistence of Vision; Part 1 Monkeys and Monopoly Capitalism: Primatology Before World War II; Chapter 2 Primate Colonies and the Extraction of Value; Chapter 3 Teddy Bear Patriarchy Taxidermy in the Garden of Eden, New York City, 1908–1936; Chapter 4 A Pilot Plant for Human Engineering: Robert Yerkes and the Yale Laboratories of Primate Biology,1924–1942; Chapter 5 A Semiotics of the Naturalistic Field: From C.R. Carpenter to S.A. Altmann 1930–1955; Part 2 Decolonization and Multinational Primatology; Chapter 6 Re-Instituting Western Primatology after World War II; Chapter 7 Apes in Eden, Apes in Space: Mothering as a Scientist for National Geographic; Chapter 8 Remodeling the Human Way of Life: Sherwood Washburn and the New Physical Anthropology, 1950–1980; Chapter 9 Metaphors into Hardware: Harry Harlow and the Technology of Love; Chapter 10 The Bio-politics of a Multicultural Field; Part 3 Women's Place is in the Jungle; Chapter 11 Women's Place is in the Jungle; Chapter 12 Jeanne Altmann: Time-Energy Budgets of Dual Career Mothering; Chapter 13 Linda Marie Fedigan: Models for Intervention; Chapter 14 Adrienne Zihlman: The Paleoanthropology of Sex and Gender; Chapter 15 Sarah Blaffer Hrdy: Investment Strategies for the Evolving Portfolio of Primate Females; Chapter 16 Reprise: Science Fiction, Fictions of Science, and Primatology; Mira's Morning Song; Notes; Sources; Index;

Primate Visions

Gender, Race, and Nature in the World of Modern Science

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22.08.1990

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Taylor & Francis

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496

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

22.08.1990

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Taylor & Francis

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496

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25,3/17,8/3,7 cm

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966 g

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Englisch

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978-0-415-90294-6

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  • Primate Visions
  • Introduction: The Persistence of Vision; Part 1 Monkeys and Monopoly Capitalism: Primatology Before World War II; Chapter 2 Primate Colonies and the Extraction of Value; Chapter 3 Teddy Bear Patriarchy Taxidermy in the Garden of Eden, New York City, 1908–1936; Chapter 4 A Pilot Plant for Human Engineering: Robert Yerkes and the Yale Laboratories of Primate Biology,1924–1942; Chapter 5 A Semiotics of the Naturalistic Field: From C.R. Carpenter to S.A. Altmann 1930–1955; Part 2 Decolonization and Multinational Primatology; Chapter 6 Re-Instituting Western Primatology after World War II; Chapter 7 Apes in Eden, Apes in Space: Mothering as a Scientist for National Geographic; Chapter 8 Remodeling the Human Way of Life: Sherwood Washburn and the New Physical Anthropology, 1950–1980; Chapter 9 Metaphors into Hardware: Harry Harlow and the Technology of Love; Chapter 10 The Bio-politics of a Multicultural Field; Part 3 Women's Place is in the Jungle; Chapter 11 Women's Place is in the Jungle; Chapter 12 Jeanne Altmann: Time-Energy Budgets of Dual Career Mothering; Chapter 13 Linda Marie Fedigan: Models for Intervention; Chapter 14 Adrienne Zihlman: The Paleoanthropology of Sex and Gender; Chapter 15 Sarah Blaffer Hrdy: Investment Strategies for the Evolving Portfolio of Primate Females; Chapter 16 Reprise: Science Fiction, Fictions of Science, and Primatology; Mira's Morning Song; Notes; Sources; Index;