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Public Talks

A ~1 hour talk on the importance of natural history in primatological fieldwork, as part of the Primate Conversation Lecture Series at the University of Oxford.

A ~13 minute talk at the Explorers Club HQ in New York City in April 2024, where I discuss my research on wild chimpanzees and preview a short documentary I directed and produced with funding from the Explorers Club Expedition Grant

Recent Press

Podcasts

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Upcoming Talks

  • 2024: The Explorers Club (London, UK) "My Time with the Budongo Chimpanzees" June 27th @ The Frontline Club, London (Buy Tickets)

Selected Past Talks

  • 2024: The European Federation of Primatology Conference (Lausanne, Switzerland) "Healthcare behaviors in the wild chimpanzees of Budongo Forest" 

  • 2024: University of Stirling (Sterling, Scotland) "A Shift in How We Study Great Ape Diets"

  • 2024: The Explorers Club HQ (NYC, US) "Chimpanzee Forest Pharmacies" 

  • 2023: International Primatological Society (Kuching, Malaysia) “Bark Stripping in Budongo Forest: Evaluating the Evidence for a Putative Self-Medicative Behavior”

  • 2023: Paleo Primate Field School (Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique) “Studying Primate Self-Medication Using Natural Historical Approaches”

  • 2023: American Society of Primatology (Reno, US) “Bark Stripping in Budongo Forest: Evaluating the Evidence for a Putative Self-Medicative Behavior”

  • 2023: Primate Society of Great Britain (Cambridge, UK) “Applying Collocation and APRIORI Analyses to Chimpanzee Diets: methods for investigating non-random food combinations in primate self-medication”

  • 2023: The Burn Meeting (St. Andrews, UK) “Applying Collocation and APRIORI Analyses to Chimpanzee Diets: methods for investigating non-random food combinations in primate self-medication”

  • 2022: Oxford Brookes Conservation Lecture Series (Oxford, UK) “Chimpanzee Self-Medication: Tackling Methodological Challenges with Interdisciplinary Solutions”

  • 2022: Oxford Anthropological Society Pub Series (Oxford, UK) “Ethical Debates in Zoopharmacognosy Research”

  • 2022: Primate Conversations Lecture Series (Oxford, UK) “Interpretating the ‘Goddess of Nature’ in Today’s World: How art, anthropology, and botany can be integrated into primate fieldwork” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPKKCF1R1Ao)

  • 2021: Yale Architecture School Lecture (New Haven, US) “Animal Houses: Hospitality in the Natural World”

Scientific Papers

  1. Freymann, E., d'Oliveira Coelho, J., Hobaiter, C., Huffman, M. A., Muhumuza, G., Zuberbühler, K., & Carvalho, S. (2024). Applying collocation and APRIORI analyses to chimpanzee diets: Methods for investigating nonrandom food combinations in primate self-medication. American journal of primatology, e23603. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajp.23603
     

  2. Freymann, E., Huffman, M. A., Muhumuza, G., Gideon, M. M., Zuberbühler, K., & Hobaiter, C. (2023). Friends in high places: Interspecific grooming between chimpanzees and primate prey species in Budongo Forest. Primates. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10329-023-01053-0
     

  3. Soldati, A., Fedurek, P., Crockford, C., Adue, S., Akankwasa, J. W., Asiimwe, C., Freymann, E.,… Hobaiter, C. (2022). Dead-infant carrying by chimpanzee mothers in the Budongo Forest. Primates, 63(5), 497–508. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10329-022-00999-x

Non-Academic Articles

"Who Are We To Them?" - Yale Paprika, Volume 8, Issue 05: March 31, 2023: https://yalepaprika.com/folds/fables/who-are-we-to-them

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