I am a PhD student in Anthropology at the University of Michigan. I
write from Ngogo, in the center of Kibale National Park in Uganda,
home to 200 chimpanzees, the subjects of my dissertation. A National
Geographic Young Explorers grant in 2013 got me through the angst of
finalizing a dissertation project. Now, I study angst, or at least the
closest thing to it: friendship and the transition to adulthood in
male chimpanzees. When I’m not focused on following a chimpanzee, my
forest daydreams include opening a vegan burrito restaurant in a rural
Ugandan village and making a documentary about an old fig tree.
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