“The Mountain Gorilla in 3 Dimensions” lecture as part of the art exhibit
The Twilight of the Gorilla by Bob Ziering,
Marywood University, September 2008.
Bob Ziering’s portraits of gorillas are more than two-dimensional representations; they evoke thinking about a deeper dimension of gorillaexistence, including our emotional connection to them. We explore this multi-dimensionalunderstanding based on scientific discoveriesabout gorilla biology/social behavior as well asour personal experiences in the field, includinginteractions with individual gorilla personalities.
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"Father knows best"
"Like father like son"
"Daddy's little princess"
Our culture has spun a host of colorful concepts around the father-child relationship, but do they hold up beyond our species? Dieter & Netzin Steklis, two researchers from the University of Arizonaexplore this question.
Drs. Lane and Steklis discussed how emotional awareness is a *skill* that requires effort to acquire, and seems to be uniquely human. Emotional awareness evolved with self-aware consciousness and language to promote social accountability in human groups. Netzin Steklis lead a discussion how our present educational institutions should recognize the critical importance of teaching self-awareness (especially emotional awareness).
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University of Arizona
College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
Spirit of the Senses
Michael Blake won on Oscar for his movie adaptation of his novel "Dances with Wolves." He is the author of "Twelve the King," a memorial based on the rescue of a captured wild horse stallion. He joined what by Deanne Stillman ( "Mustang: The Saga of the Wild Horse in the American West") and Edward de Steiguer ( "Wild Horses of the West") to discuss the plight of free-roaming horses.
Netzin G Steklis, moderator
Exploring the Plight of
America's Free-Roaming Horses
March 12, 2011
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