[MARMAM] Apes and Dolphins Seminar Series

Justin Gregg justin at dolphincommunication.com
Fri Mar 8 04:58:23 PST 2013


Dear colleagues, 

 

We are excited to announce and invite you to attend the upcoming Apes and
Dolphins Seminar series. This three part seminar series will explore the
scientific and ethical issues surrounding the study of language and
intelligence in apes and dolphins. The first seminar in the series, titled
"Why can't apes and dolphins talk? Communication and language research with
apes and dolphins," will take place on April 13th from 10:00 to 17:00 at the
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in The Netherlands. This day-long seminar will
be led by ape language researcher Esteban Rivas from the Institute for
Animals in Philosophy and Science, and dolphin communication researcher
Justin Gregg from the Dolphin Communication Project, and features lectures
covering the study of apes' and dolphins' natural communication systems and
the nature of the information they share with each other, as well as the
many experiments that have been conducted to teach apes and dolphins to use
artificial symbol systems. The seminar will cover the history of the field,
current research topics, and future directions, and we encourage a healthy
discussion and debate on these subjects throughout the day. 

 

For more information and registration information, please visit:
<http://www.apesanddolphins.com> www.apesanddolphins.com

Or our Facebook page at:
<http://www.facebook.com/ApesAndDolphinsSeminarSeries>
http://www.facebook.com/ApesAndDolphinsSeminarSeries

A PDF flyer can be downloaded here:
http://justingregg.com/ApeandDolphinLanguageSeminar.pdf

 

Dates for the second seminar in the series (on ape and dolphin intelligence)
and the third seminar (on ape and dolphin ethics) will be announced in the
near future. 

 

The Apes and Dolphins Seminar Series is a Minding Animals Partner Event.
More info about Minding Animals at  <http://www.mindinganimals.com>
www.mindinganimals.com

 

We hope to see you there!

 

All the best, 

 

Justin and Esteban

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Justin Gregg, PhD
Research Associate, Dolphin Communication Project
 <mailto:jgregg at dolphincommunicationproject.org>
jgregg at dolphincommunicationproject.org

 <http://www.justingregg.com> http://www.justingregg.com

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http://www.dolphincommunicationproject.org/

 

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