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From our readers / Biruté Galdikas deserves recognition

From our readers / Biruté Galdikas deserves recognition

Tim Stainton at the University of British Columbia writes:

I enjoyed the piece in the February Bulletin on the Matilda Effect but wanted to point out you may well have added to it. While you rightly point out the work of Anne Dagg, and how little recognition she has, a more direct comparator is Canadian orangutan researcher and activist Biruté Galdikas who is generally recognized as the third member of the great ape triumvirate of women researchers.

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