Careers in Primatology
A Selected Bibliography
Following is a selected bibliography of citations and audiovisual resources
which pertain to various aspects of careers in primatology. These citations are
derived from a search of the literature using Primate
Lit, a primatological bibliographic database, and the WRPRC's
AV Archive. If you have suggestions for adding items to this bibliography,
please contact: Larry Jacobsen, Wisconsin Primate Research Center;
Telephone: 1-608-263-3512 Fax: 1-608-263-4031.
- Benson, M. "DVM's sense of adventure, love of wildlife forges
unique career path." DVM 19(12): 32 & 43, 1988.
- Dukelow, WR. "Membership analysis of the first six years of the
American Society of Primatologists." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 4: 319-22, 1983.
- Fedigan, LM. "Science and the successful female: Why there
are so many female primatologists." AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 96(3):
- French, JA. "A demographic analysis of the membership of the
American Society of Primatologists: 1992." AMERICAN JOURNAL
OF PRIMATOLOGY 29(3): 159-65, 1993.
- Howell, SM, LE Miller, and J Fritz. "Creating a niche in 21st
century primatology or: Where do we go from here?" Symposium
held at 2000 American Society of Primatologists Meeting, Boulder, CO.
- Landman, RH, et al. "Anthropological careers: perspectives
on research, employment and training." Anthropological Society of
- Maple, TL. "The zoo as a niche for primatologists (and
primatology)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 49(1): 24-5, 1999.
- Miller, LE. "Is there life after graduate school? A
roundtable discussion on career options beyond academia." AMERICAN
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 49(1): 27-8, 1999.
- Streier, KB. "The animal boundaries of anthropology, or why don't
all anthropologists consider themselves primatologists?" REVIEWS
IN ANTHROPOLOGY 22: 165-74, 1993.
- Strum, Shirley C. and Linda M. Fedigan. Primate Encounters.
University of Chicago Press, 2000.
- Unknown. "A career in laboratory animal science and
technology." American Association for Laboratory Animal Science,
ANTHROPOLOGISTS AT WORK [videocassette (VHS); col., sd.,; 36
min.]. Produced by Dawn Bodo and Elizabeth K. Briody and the National
Association for the Practice of Anthropology. Distributed by the American
Anthropological Association, 1993.
EXPLORER JOURNAL [videocassette (VHS); col., sd.; 8 min.].
Produced by National Geographic Explorer, 1995.
WHAT DO PRIMATOLOGISTS DO: FIELDWORK IN BORNEO [videocassette
(VHS); col., sd.; 52 min.]. Produced by Dr. Anne Zeller, Dept. of
Anthropology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 1991.
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