Dawn Starin

Anthropologist Dawn Starin has spent decades doing research mostly in Africa and Asia on primates—human and nonhuman. Her articles have appeared in publications as varied as Behaviour, Critical Asian Studies, Gastronomica, The Humanist, The New York Times, Philosophy Now and Scientific American.

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