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Associate Professor of Anthropology; Chair, Master's in Environment and Sustainability (MES) Program, The Centre for Environment & Sustainability; and, President, Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology - l'Assocation Canadienne d'Anthropologie Physique (CAPA-ACAP)
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primatology; primate ecology and conservation biology; lemurs; biological anthropology; bioarchaeological methods; environment and sustainability issues

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"Policy Forum" Commentary -- "Science", Feb. 21/'14: "Averting Lemur Extinctions amid Madagascar's Political Crisis"

Here is the link to the "Policy Forum" commentary in "Science", entitled "Averting Lemur Extinctions amid Madagascar's Political Crisis", on which I was co-author last month (published in the Feb. 21st issue):



International media coverage of the commentary included:

ScienceDaily --…


Posted on March 20, 2014 at 10:45am

Post-Valentine's Day article -- Le Soleil, Quebec City

Here is the link to an article for which I was interviewed by Jean-François Cliche, Journaliste, sciences et environnement for the Quebec City newspaper Le Soleil:…


Posted on March 7, 2013 at 6:35pm

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At 5:47pm on April 22, 2012, Clark Zlotchew said…

Dear Prof. Colquhoun,

You combine anthropology with biology and specifically primatology!  Sounds fascinating.

Aha, so it's in London, Ontario.  My wife and drove to London, just for the heck of it, several years ago, and spent the night in a hotel that had been an armory.  You must know which one it is.  We had dinner in a very small restaurant on the main street, and it was very good.  I'm glad you explained why the University refers to "Western Ontario," because I was thinking it was way out west, as you say, north of Minnesota and bordering Manitoba.  Thanks for the historical (not hysterical) explanation.

At 4:28pm on April 22, 2012, Clark Zlotchew said…

Dear Prof. Colquhoun,

I'm wondering where in Western Ontario you're located.  I teach at SUNY Fredonia, a town 50 miles south of Buffalo.  I guess you could say I'm south of Eastern Ontario (Central Ontario?).

Best wishes,


At 4:13pm on April 22, 2012, Clark Zlotchew said…

Prof. Colquhoun,




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