Ann's research interests encompass a broad range of topics within both primate biology and palaeoanthropology.
Caroline is Director of baboon research at Gashaka Gumti National Park Nigeria. Her current research is primarily in the areas of primate socio-ecology and human-wildlife conflict.
The main focus of Garry's research is around human /animal relationships and he has written about bullfighting, cockfighting and zoos.
Jennifer's research interests include multimedia performance, animal studies and animality in performance, contemporary performance, and the body in performance.
Istvan's principal areas of expertise are Latin America (Ecuador), Amerindian forms of animism, and anthropology's relationship with the life sciences.
Lucile's research is two-fold, spanning translation and music on the one hand and animals in contemporary culture on the other. She is the director of the AHRC-funded network 'Translating Music'.
Professor Stuart Semple
Stuart Semple is a Reader in Evolutionary Anthropology. His interests are in human-primate interactions, particularly primate tourism.
Giovanni Aloi is a Lecturer in History of Art and Visual Cultures working for Queen Mary University of London, Goldsmiths University of London, Sotheby's Institute of Art, Christie's Education and Tate Galleries.