NYU Animal Studies will host “Seeing Octopuses,” a webinar that will explore what we know about octopuses as well as what we can learn from them, on Mon., Feb. 1.
New York University will host “Seeing Octopuses,” a webinar that will explore what we know about octopuses as well as what we can learn from them, on Mon., Feb. 1, 9:30-10:30 a.m. EST.
Even if you haven’t come across an octopus in real life, chances are you have seen one. What are we learning from real-world encounters and footage of octopuses? What do they mean for individual octopuses and as a species? The Feb. 1 panel will consider these eight-limbed mollusks from scientific, historical, educational, and even philosophical perspectives.
“Seeing Octopuses” will feature Pippa Ehrlich, co-director of the Netflix documentary “My Octopus Teacher”, Harvard University’s Peter Galison, Adi Khen, a researcher at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and the University of Sydney’s Peter Godfrey-Smith.
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NYU Animal Studies, active since 2010 and housed in NYU’s Department of Environmental Studies, is a central gathering place for people who work on topics concerning non-human animals. Its students work with leading scholars in Animal Studies, Environmental Studies, and related fields; participate in intensive seminars, workshops, and conferences; and engage in a wide range of theoretical, practical, and creative pursuits upon graduation. For more, please visit its website.