12 edition of Brutal kinship found in the catalog.
|Statement||photographs and text by Michael Nichols ; essay by Jane Goodall.|
|Contributions||Goodall, Jane, 1934-|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P96 N52 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||98089097|
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin. New York Times "Notable Book" for Library Journal "Best Sci-Tech Book" for Brutal Kinship (with Michael Nichols). New York: Aperture Foundation. Reason For Hope; A Spiritual Journey (with Phillip Berman). New York: Warner Books, Inc. Translated into Japanese and Portuguese. Brutal Kinship In Nichols and Dr. Jane Goodall published Brutal Kinship, a book about human interaction with chimpanzees. It opens with photographs of chimps in the wild and then follows the authors as they visit places where chimps are sold, used as pets or .
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Reviewed in the United States on Novem A sad tale of the many ways we mistreat our nearest relatives, BRUTAL KINSHIP is a photographic excursion aimed at the heart.4/5(2).
"Brutal Kinship" explores the relationship between humankind and its closest relative, the chimpanzee, presenting these extraordinary animals in the wild, in captivity, and in protective sanctuaries/5.
Based on true events, this book surrounds a brutal massacre that occurred during the war. Lasting 52 days, many Koreans remember it as an act of aggression from American forces. The author of this book, however, argues that it was actually the result of inter-Korean violence.
In Brutal Kinship, one of the most superb animal photographers working today reveals the fine line between probing inquiry and mistreatment of these creatures-or between love and exploitation of. Their first project together, Brutal Kinship, pre-dated Nichols’ relationship with National Geographic.
Nichols has photographed her for several National Geographic magazine stories. Brutal Kinship explores the relationship between humankind and its closest relative, the chimpanzee, presenting these extraordinary animals in the wild, in captivity and in protective sanctuaries. Brutal Kinship. J • Posted in Suggested Reading, The use of chimpanzees in research.
Nichols, Michael & Goodall, Jane; New York: Aperture Foundation. A photographic essay with written commentary exploring the relationship between humans and chimpanzees.
Photographer Michael Nichols and Dr. Jane Goodall show how chimpanzees are. Brutal Kinship explores the relationship between humankind and its closest relative, the chimpanzee, presenting these extraordinary animals in the wild, in captivity and in protective sanctuaries.
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During the Viking Age (roughly AD), these Scandinavians could be found. Brutal Kinship explores the relationship between humankind and its closest relative, the chimpanzee, presenting these extraordinary animals in the wild, in captivity, and in sanctuaries created expressly for their protection.
In his revealing photographs and commentary drawn from her firsthand experiences, Michael Nichols and Jane Goodall join Author: Michael Nichols. Publisher's Description Combining Goodall's writing with Nichols's photographs, Brutal Kinship is a disturbing account of chimpanzee life in the wild, and the constant threat that the encroaching human environment plays.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin. New York Times "Notable Book" for Library Journal "Best Sci-Tech Book" for Brutal Kinship (with Michael Nichols). New York: Aperture Foundation.
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Explores the relationship between chimpanzees and humans, featuring photographs of the animals in the wild, in captivity, and in sanctuaries, and discussing the mistreatment and cruelties chimps have suffered at the hands of humans.
Brutal Kinship wonderfully showcases Michael Nichols' artistic and lovely color photos which are perfect accompaniments to wildlife expert Jane Goodall's informed and informative essay backing up the photos as she deftly explains and explores the.
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JANE GOODALL was born in London on April 3, and grew up in Bournemouth, on the southern coast of England. In she began studying chimpanzees in the wild in Gombe, Tanganyika (now Tarzania).
After receiving her doctorate in ethology at Cambridge University, Dr. Goodall founded the Gombe Stream Research Center for the study of chimpanzees and baboons.Three years later he became a member of Magnum Photos where he worked until with its founders Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa.
Starting from he has published more than 30 articles for the National Geographic and the same year was in collaboration with Jane Goodall to publish a book called Brutal Kinship.Format: Hardcover A sad tale of the many ways we mistreat our nearest relatives, BRUTAL KINSHIP is a photographic excursion aimed at the heart.