SoS 71- The Making of Meaning with Dr. Jeffrey Peterson
This week’s episode features a myriad of topics including niche construction, semiotics, hats ravaged by monkeys, and meaning-making between humans and dogs- all courtesy of Dr. Jeffrey Peterson. Dr. Peterson is a postdoctoral fellow in the anthropology department at Notre Dame. His research addresses the interplay between intra- and inter-group social relationships, as well as the impact of interacting with humans.

Follow Dr. Peterson on twitter @primatologeist, and check out his webpage with the University of Notre Dame anthropology.nd.edu/faculty-and-sta…ffrey-peterson/.

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