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Professor of Anthropology
Photo of Dr. Ngin   Joyce Parga
Starting in Fall 2014
Email: j.parga@utoronto.ca
 
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Areas of Specialization

Physical anthropology, primate behavior, sexual selection, reproduction, dispersal, molecular genetics

Courses Taught

Anthropological Genetics, Introduction to Physical Anthropology,
Primate Behavior, Primate Sexuality, Theory and Methodology in
Primatology

Research Interests
Dr. Parga's research interests fall within the areas of primate
behavior and genetics. She is currently studying ring-tailed lemur
(Lemur catta) reproductive strategies on St. Catherines Island,
Georgia (USA), where she has conducted research since 2000. She is also involved in a collaborative project analyzing genetic samples from wild lemurs in Madagascar to assess patterns of paternity and dispersal. Dr. Parga has published on such topics as lemur mating behavior, mate choice, population genetics and activity patterns.


Educational Background

Ph.D. 2006, Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin
M.A. 2002, Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin
B.S. 1998, Biological Sciences, University of California at Irvine


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