Anthropology Field course: Gibraltar
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory of 2.6 square miles with 32,000 residents. Gibraltar's economy is based largely on tourism, online gambling, financial services and bunkering.
During the field course we explore human-macaque interactions from a diversity of perspectives. Students will gain first-hand experience in collecting and analysing field data relating to primate behaviour. Ethnographic approaches are used to explore the relationships between people and Barbary macaques in Gibraltar.
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