Tracie McKinney

  • Senior Lecturer in Biological Anthropology
  • Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science
Tracie McKinney

About Me

I am a biological anthropologist with a specialization in primatology.  My interests lie in ethnoprimatology, or the interactions between human populations and non-human primates, such as ecotourism or crop-foraging. 

You can view a complete list of my publications here: https://pure.southwales.ac.uk/en/persons/tracie-mckinney(ef7c82cc-973c-41b1-9f6e-12d37765f58c).html
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Skills And Qualifications

  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Field experience with wild primates
  • BSc Course management

Interests

Responsibilities

Publications And Past Projects

  • Identification of monkeys in Aegean Bronze Age painting
  • The (mis)use of the term 'commensalism' in primatology
  • Ecological and behavioural flexibility of howler monkeys
  • A classification system for describing anthropogenic influence on nonhuman primates
  • Species-specific responses to tourist interactions