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About the Author: Jane Goodall

Jane R GoodallDame Jane Morris Goodall DBE born Valerie Jane Morris Goodall is a British primatologist ethologist anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees Goodall is best known for her 45 year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park Tanzania She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and has worked extensively on conservation and animal welfare issuesOn 28 March 1964 she married a Dutch nobleman wildlife photographer Baron Hugo van Lawick at Chelsea Old Church London and she became known during their marriage as Baroness Jane van Lawick Goodall



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  1. says:

    I have always been an animal lover My earliest reading memories involve blue whales because on a trip to Chicago’s Field Museum Of Natural History I was mesmerized by the skeletons and the next day my mother took me to our local library where over the next few months I proceeded to check out every book on whales and dolphins I could find This was at the ripe age of three Over time this appreciation of animals has included supporting the World Wildlife Fund visiting zoos dreaming about being a marine biologist and currently being a cat mother When a Goodreads friend recently read one of Jane Goodall’s memoirs I knew that Goodall would be a worthy of my Women’s History Month lineup I had previously read Dian Fossey’s Gorillas in the Mist way back in high school but never Goodall so the time was ripe to discover her life with chimpanzees In 1960 Jane Goodall first came to Gombe to study chimpanzees at the reuest of famed ethologist Louis Leakey Later she received a PhD in sociology from Cambridge University Goodall’s goal was to build on Leakey’s research that chimpanzees as well as other animals have actual feelings and should be referred to as he and she rather than it Both Leakey and Goodall especially early in their careers had their opinions discredited by the scientific community who believed that only man had the capacity for higher thinking Goodall maintains that chimpanzees and humans differentiate their DNA by a mere one percent While this is still a large enough percentage to see how the two species differ Goodall has seen over the course of her career how chimpanzees do possess inherent feelings and higher thinking skills Goodall’s first encounter with chimpanzees occurred when she gave alpha male David Graybeard a banana This had been Graybeard’s first encounter with humans yet he took the banana and over time he built up trust with Goodall As such he was the first chimpanzee that she learned to love Over the course of thirty years Goodall and her team of researchers follow the chimpanzees of the Gombe preserve They chart the relationships of different families and see how a mother’s relationship with her children early on factor into how they became as adults A nurturing mother as Flo leads to social climbers Figan and Fifi whereas a mother with little room for compassion as Passion gave way to socially passive Pom and Prof Figan became the community’s alpha male and Fifi enjoyed a strong relationship with him into adulthood and became a mother of five social climbers herself Passion and Pom on the other hand had little capacity for love going as far to kill other women’s babies until she became pregnant herself Goodall learned to detest Passion’s family as any human would learn to loath the community bully The similarities to human society are striking The climb of males to the alpha position can be euated with a man’s climb to king of the hill in any social setting Here we note male chimpanzees’ social and sexual exploits and how alliances come into play during their rise to the top There are also those chimps who are socially inept such as Jomeo who lacked skills with women and to Goodall’s knowledge never aired a child Yet he could be thought of as the community’s court jester as Jomeo continually gave new experiences that made the researchers shake their heads There was also Gigi a sterile female who was a tomboy and assisted the males on their patrolling Over time however Gigi possessed a strong maternal instinct and became a surrogate aunt or foster mother to many infants over the years As such Gigi became a favorite of both Goodall’s and myself as I enjoyed hearing about her escapades Research in the wild is not without risk In 1974 four students were kidnapped forcing a temporary shutdown of Goodall’s research facility During this time two rival groups of chimpanzees fought for superiority and Passion went on her rampage Yet Goodall maintains that the Gombe and other wildlife preserves are the safest places for chimpanzees in the world She founded the Jane Goodall Institute to continue her research as well as fight for rights for chimpanzees and other animal species to have their safe space on this earth Thousands of chimpanzees are trafficked used for drug or cosmetic testing taken as pets and exploited and forced to live in cages A natural setting with a mother’s love is still the best place for any creature Yet if people like Goodall do not take up the reigns in the 21st century sadly the only place to see our distant relatives will be in zoos Jane Goodall broke the glass ceiling of scientific research during an era when all branches of science research were male dominated Her work as an advocate for animal rights and preservation remain timeless While chimpanzees may not possess all of the higher thinking skills of humans we as humans could learn much from our distant relatives With our higher thinking skills we have the ability to preserve the planet for animal species and should do so out of love Jane Goodall remains a leader in animal sociology and her account of chimpanzees in the wild is a worthy read if we are to preserve the planet for generations to come 4 stars


  2. says:

    Through a Window My Thirty Years with the Chimpanzees of Gombe has a slow start If you are bored at the beginning do not give up By the end I was captivated I came to feel close to the chimps They had become my friends and I their fan I related to them as to fellow human beingsToday it is common knowledge that animals have both emotions and intelligence When Jane Goodall began her work in 1960 with the chimpanzees in Gombe Tanzania behavioral psychology ruled Her views were criticized as being anthropomorphic The start of the book discusses this as well as describing the improved tools and techniues now available to scientists in their study of animals—DNA coding fecal analyses GPS and advanced computer softwareThereafter follows a section concerning chimpanzees’ sexual idiosyncrasies and behavior pattern This I found tedious and repetitive The reader does not yet view the chimpanzees as separate identifiable individuals They are a conglomerate a group rather than individuals to whom one can relate Then the book improves It is here the book begins to focus upon individual chimpanzees at Gombe as well as some of the baboons that resided there The focus shifts to information about particular chimpanzees We learn to recognize each by name and personality We learn who is related to whom and their respective social standing Each one has a history Each chimpanzee and the relationships that develop between them take on a whole new dimension We learn of the seductress Gigi unable to give birth she lovingly cares for other young and orphans We see how Passion and her daughter Pom became vicious hateful cannibals There is Melissa the tenacious mother of twins her daughter Gremlin and her most endearing grandson Getty who dies Goodall’s heart fell to the grey chinned David Greybeard Mine went out to the huge chickenhearted Jomeo He tries to pull off an impressive splash by rolling down a boulder but it would not budge He trips over tree roots bungles all attempts at hunting and is clearly the laughingstock of the community He melted my heart It is in getting to know the individual chimps that the book comes to the fore Their feelings and their behavior are so similar to our own; one cannot help but compare and thinkThe book ties up well Intriguing conclusions are drawn comparing both the similarities and differences between humans and chimpanzees Humans’ and chimpanzees’ genetic make up differ by only a little than one percent An afterword and two appendices stress the importance of conservation of chimpanzee habitats sanctuaries education and improved pharmaceutical labs and testing facilities The Jane Goodall Institute is to be laudedJane closes by uoting Albert Schweitzer“We need a boundless ethic that includes animals too”In coming close to the Gombe chimpanzees readers empathize and feel the urgent need to bring about changeThe audiobook is narrated by Pearl Hewitt The reading is fine but I would have preferred a resonant stronger voice Th conclusion afterword and appendices she reads too fast I have given the narration three starsThe book is a biography of the chimps than it is a biography of JaneOther books of interest Through a Window My Thirty Years with the Chimpanzees of Gombe 4 starsBeyond Words What Animals Think and Feel 4 starsHow Dogs Love Us A Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain 5 starsThe Genius of Dogs How Dogs Are Smarter than You Think 4 starsThe Art of Raising a Puppy 4 starsAre We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? 3 starsMousy Cats and Sheepish Coyotes The Science of Animal Personalities 3 starsLove Life and Elephants An African Love Story 3 starsMind of the Raven Investigations and Adventures with Wolf Birds 4 starsWesley the Owl The Remarkable Love Story of an Owl and His Girl 5 starsOne Wild Bird at a Time Portraits of Individual Lives 4 starsAlex Me How a Scientist and a Parrot Discovered a Hidden World of Animal Intelligence—and Formed a Deep Bond in the Process 3 stars I mention the book on Alex only because it is covered in de de Waal's book I didn’t love it


  3. says:

    To be read by those of you who love our beautiful and so rich Wildlife


  4. says:

    How much we have yet to learnJane Goodall now joins Dostoyevsky Wharton and Wouk as authors whose books I have attempted abandoned returned to completed and treasured Through a Window is the history of a family It spans 30 years in a chimpanzee community inhabiting the Gombe wilderness of Tanzania With Jane Goodall as our guide we are introduced to a group of individuals with personalities and life stories as distinctive as those of any human There's Gilka an outgoing and playful youngster who grows up into an unlucky crippled outcast There's Jomeo physically imposing but uninterested in using that strength to climb the social ladder There's Flo the skillful matriarch whose influence can be seen in her descendants long after she leaves the world Through the interactions of these and many other members of the Gombe tribe we can observe inklings of practices that are sometimes regarded as human inventions including war monogamy and adoption On the subject of humans the beginning and end of the book address the rocky relationship between our species and the chimpanzees from the scientific community's early pushback against the idea of chimps having emotions to ongoing abuse of these animals for the sake of research and entertainment As devastating as these issues are Goodall also gives voice to the many people working to preserve habitats for chimps in the wild as well as those making existence bearable for chimps in captivity Goodall's writing is sharp and descriptive and I admire her ability to integrate and transition between the different topics covered in this book She immerses us in the beauty the horror and the mystery of the lives of our closest living relatives


  5. says:

    Chimpanzees manifest the same behavioral patterns of strategic warfare territoriality and xenophobia that humans do The leading male chimps are those that chase top status and are obsessed with dominance over simple short term material goals such as food and reproduction similar to our own psychopathological leadersCEOs They also manifest our pacific or cooperative repertoire of behaviors and gestures kissing embracing stooping obseuiously to community members of higher status sharing food conciliatory assistance of weaker family members Thus the study of chimpanzee behavior is helpful in pinpointing which of our own social behaviors have a genetic basis As Dr Goodall pointed out we are keen to link human physiognomy to chimpanzee biology when justifying animal testing of medicine and other products but we are dismissive of making the same associative leap between chimpanzee mind emotions and morals and human mind emotions and morals This is a very interesting book that once again transports the reader to Gombe Stream Park


  6. says:

    45 starsThis was originally written in 1990 30 years after Jane Goodall went to Gombe National Park in Tanzania to study chimpanzees My edition was published in 2010 so there is even extra info with a preface and an afterword written by Jane in 2009 This continuesupdates her first book on the chimps of Gombe In the Shadow of Man I read In the Shadow of Man a number of years ago but I loved revisiting the same chimps and their offspring and following them later in the their lives Jane is also an adamant activistconservationist so at the end of the book after all the extra chimp information and updates which really is the bulk of the book she writes a little bit about human raised chimps chimps used in experiments chimps losing their habitat etc There are a number of photos of the chimps included as well Overall I really really enjoyed reading this


  7. says:

    Jane Goodall has done decades of groundbreaking research on the chimpanzees of Gombe National Park in Tanzania This is her account of her work there over thirty years starting when it was still scientific heresy to describe animals as having thoughts and emotions even animals so obviously close to us in evolutionary terms as chimpanzees Goodall didn't have a degree at all much less in ethology when Louis Leakey recruited her to study chimpanzees so she described what she saw in the chimpanzees' behavior When Leakey arranged funding and sent her to Cambridge University in 1962 to get a PhD in ethology Goodall discovered the narrow view of the scientific establishment In order to get her scientific work published she pushed back where she could and compromised where she had to and gradually had an impact on the silly practice of talking about higher mammals as inanimate objectsBut this book is mostly about the chimpanzees of Gombe their interactions with each other and with her Chimpanzee society is complex and in many ways very familiar though also very different Biology alone means that sexual relations among chimpanzees are rather different than among humans Yet chimpanzees have clear family bonds and maternal child rearing skills make a significant impact on the kind of adults the young chimps mature into them She observed not only tool use but tool making and suggested to the skepticism of many that different chimp communities would prove to have different tool making cultures and practices She was right I remember the outrage and distress when that mean Jane Goodall claimed chimpanzees engaged in war against other chimp communities they were in conflict with She documented it happening between two chimp communities in GombeThe personalities of the chimpanzees of Gombe are beautifully and compellingly described and careful observer that she is it's highly informative Politics and power structures among chimpanzees our closest relatives are uite recognizable On the one hand chimps aren't going to be building multistory buildings anytime in the next few millennia On the other hand we can definitely see ourselves in them in many waysIt's a fascinating look at chimpanzees by one of the people on this planet who knows them best RecommendedI bought this audiobook


  8. says:

    I have read every book that Jane Goodall wrote She has an easy going writing style that shares scientific principals easily with the layman Probably because when she started she was little than a novice going from secretarial school to the Gombe to study chimpanzees She stayed there on and off for thirty years This book Through a Window Houghton Mifflin 1990 shares her thoughts and conclusions on what she learned from that stretch of time with the chimpanzeesThe book reads like an anecdotal history of a town inhabited by chimpanzees but no less vibrant than any human town you might visit Families mingle struggle for survival fight for loedership Children mate and have babies Parenting styles differ which dramatically affects the future of the youngsters A war between factions breaks out and residents take sides There is death and rebirth pain and sorrow and rebirth againThis book could be considered about animal behaviro but I challenge you to read it without knowing it deals with chimps and not recognize your neighbors relatives acuaintances colleagues in the caste You'll find the emotions you'd experience in friends and the actions you'd expect from those you work with You'll think it's the history of a small townAnd it is but a town of primatesThe chapter titles tell you what you're in for Mothers and daughters Figan's rise Power Change Sex War Sons and Mothers Love Bridging the GapSound familiar? By the time I finished this book after reading Goodall's others I never looked at chimpanzees or any of the great apes the same Their emotions actions thoughts desires are too close to human to be relegated to some 'animal' that we can't understand I'd recommend this for all those interested in studying our humanity


  9. says:

    Personally I was looking forward to this book The first few chapters really enticed me but as I kept reading I began to feel like it was too repetitive and had too many chimps it was focusing on I could not keep track of all the names The writing style was good but I just found it dull towards the late middle


  10. says:

    It’s written like a noveldrama about chimpanzee social life which is just not interesting to me I only enjoyed at the end where she talked about what she learned from the observations and how they were used in a wider context scientifically


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