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Dame Jane Goodall is probably the most famous primatologist in the world, known for for her 45 year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. She is returning to Panama to be the star guest at a ‘biocultural leadership’ conference to be held at the City of Knowledge in mid November.
The activity is being carried out with collaboration from Roots and Shoots (Jane’s foundation), Earth Train, the City of Knowledge, Biomuseo and Four Worlds International Institute. Two of the events to take place are open to the public.
On Tuesday, November 12 at the Ateneo presentation hall at the City of Knowledge from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., the documentary film “A Mayan Trip Through Time” will be presented in Spanish with English-language subtitles. The cost is a donation of $5.
On Wednesday, November 13 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., native cultural presentations will be on the stage at the Ateneo, organized by the Four Worlds International Institute. Jane Goodall will be available for a question and answer session as part of this event, called “Reconnecting the Condor and the Eagle People of the Americas.” The cost is a $20 donation.
Tickets at BlockBuster and Tuboleto.com.