Cornell University Libraries
Recordings of lectures by John Cleese, Oliver Sacks, and Jane Goodall
Southwestern University - Special Collections
University of North Florida - Special Collections
Jane Goodall discusses her early life and what lead her to begin studying chimpanzees in the Gombe Stream National Park. Using slides to illustrate her lecture, Goodall details some of what she has learned in forty years of work in Gombe. She describes some of the dire environmental threats to chimps, to the African environment, and how inhumanely chimps are treated by humans. She describes some of the work of the Jane Goodall Institute and speaks of her belief that there is reason to hope that the tide of cruelty and excess is turning
Cornell University Libraries
Goodall discusses the world of the chimpanzee, focusing in particular on the Gombe chimp. She uses a film and a slide presentation as visual aids in her description of the individual behavior of the animals, their social structure, mating practices, and ability to learn and understand language and sign language
Cornell University Libraries
Cornell University Libraries
Cornell University Libraries
Goodall discusses the world of the chimpanzee, focusing in particular on the Gombe chimp. She uses a film and a slide presentation as visual aids in her description of the individual behavior of the animals, their social structure, mating practices, and ability to learn and understand language and sign language
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
Elon University - Carol Grotnes Belk Library
Hanover College - Agnes Brown Duggan Library
Lecture given as part of the Hanover Capstone symposium, "Global Climate Change.".