The Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies Lunchtime Colloquia Speaker Series presents:
Eduardo Fernandez-Duque, Professor of Anthropology, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies: “Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation of Mammals in the Argentinean Chaco.”
Professor Fernandez-Duque was born in Argentina where he completed his first degree in Biology. Following his Ph.D. in Animal Behavior (UC Davis) he spent time as a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University, Smithsonian Institutions and the San Diego Zoo and as a faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. His research is centered on the study of the behavior, ecology and conservation of Neotropical Primates with active field sites at the Tiputini Biodiversity Station (Ecuador) and the ranch Estancia Guaycolec (Formosa, Argentina).
A light lunch will be served.