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Who is Alison Jolly?
Alison Jolly was a primatologist, known for her studies of lemur biology. She wrote several books for both popular and scientific audiences and conducted extensive fieldwork on Lemurs in Madagascar, primarily at the Berenty Reserve, a small private reserve of gallery forest set in the semi-arid spiny desert area in the far south of Madagascar.
- born in (78 years ago) in Ithaca
- education: Cornell University
- with Richard Jolly
- died on in Lewes of breast cancer
- written works: "Lemur behavior", "A world like our own", "The evolution of primate behavior", "Lucys Legacy"
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Encyclopedia of Life Writing (2013)
Autobiographical and Biographical Forms by Margaretta Jolly
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Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
The evolutionary biologist Alison Jolly (1997) suggests that building bridges between biology, anthropology, and womens studies will be necessary before the female brain and female intelligence can be properly understood.
by Robert Andrew Wilson, Frank C. Keil
the first to spell out the idea explicitly, although important insights were offered by earlier writers, notably Alison Jolly (see Whiten and Byrne 1988a for a review).
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