Graduate Student

Entered 2019


B.A. George Washington University

Brigid studies the intersection of comparative psychology and primatology in the 20th century. She is interested in the history of laboratory studies which use non-human primates as models of human minds and the global networks, expertise, and materials necessary to create the conditions that allow for the study of captive NHP. She is broadly interested in the history of biological anthropology, primatology and evolutionary psychology.

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