Primate Eye is the PSGB's main publication. PSGB has also adopted Folia Primatologica as an official publication of the Society.
All members receive Primate Eye (ISSN 0305-8417) three times a year, in electronic or hard copy. First published in January 1974 and currently edited by Todd C. Rae (University of Roehampton), Primate Eye publishes meeting reports and abstracts, working party reports, short general articles by members about primates and primatology, and opinion pieces. The most recent issues of Primate Eye are available to members only, and can be downloaded from the members' area. Non members are very welcome to browse the Primate Eye archive (a work in progress with a 12 month ‘moving wall’).
Book reviews are a particularly important feature of Primate Eye. The Book Reviews editor, Kara Moses (email@example.com) would love to hear from you with ideas for books to review or offers to review for Primate Eye. If a review inspires you to buy a particular book, we encourage you to do it via the links below, as Amazon donates a small amount for money to PSGB for every book bought. A list of recently reviewed books plus Amazon links are at the bottom of this page.
If you would like to advertise in Primate Eye, please contact the Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Full page (14.5 x 21 cm) advertisements cost £100; half page (7.25 x 10.5 cm) £50. Flyer insert prices available on request.
Recent book reviews in Primate Eye
February 2016 issue 118
- Biosocial Becomings: Integrating Social And Biological Anthropology Tim Ingold & Gisli Palsson (eds.) (2013). Cambridge University Press.
- Tales from Gombe. Anup Shah & Fiona Rogers (2014). Natural History Museum, London.
June 2016 issue 119
- Conservation psychology: understanding and promoting human care for nature, 2nd edition. Susan Clayton & Gene Meyers (2015). John Wiley & Sons