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UO Today #407 – Frances White

This episode features Frances White, Assoc. Prof., Anthropology, discusses her research on the bonobo, or pygmy chimpanzee. She describes how this species differs from the more-familiar chimp and talks about their peaceful social structure. Prof. White will give a lecture on this topic on April 14 at 7:30 p.m. in 150 Columbia Hall. Humanities Center Director Barbara Altmann interviews faculty, staff, and visiting lecturers about their research and interests for a 30 minute show that gives an inside look at the University of Oregon.

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