Palaeopropithecus, an extinct sloth lemur. The DFP’s vast collections provide the primary basis for understanding the origin and evolution of higher primates in Africa and the diversification of lemurs on the island of Madagascar. Photo courtesy of DFP.
We encourage study of DFP collections by both Duke and outside researchers and students through visits to collections, loans, and cast exchanges. In addition, we are actively making digital 3-D images of DFP specimens available for download and research through MorphoSource .
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The Division of Fossil Primates also maintains an active field and laboratory research program. Ongoing field projects include work in the Eocene and Oligocene of the Fayum region of Egypt and collection of subfossil giant lemurs in the Pleistocene and Holocene of Madagascar. Read more about projects in Egypt, Madagascar, India, and Wyoming .
The DFP employs 3-4 work study students each year to help with all aspects of collection management, curation, and research. We also welcome volunteers and encourage anyone who is interested to contact us to explore possibilities. Our contact information is below.
Division of Fossil Primates Duke University Lemur Center 1013 Broad Street Durham, North Carolina 27705 Phone – (919) 416-8420 Fax – (919) 416-8584
Staff Specialist: Catherine Riddle
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Donations play a huge part in the curation and preservation of our fossil specimens and in field expeditions ofour Department. If you wish to make a donation, please click the button below or feel free to contact our office directly. We would love to hear from you!
A special thanks to the following for their generous support:
Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Trish Kohler Ben Freed
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A tribute to Gregg Gunnell, Director of the Division of Fossil Primates from 2011-2017 September 25, 2017 Duke Today
Natural History Collections in the Digital Age An interview with DFP Director Gregg Gunnell, why natural history collections are vital for research, and the use of MorphoSource to make DFP’s fossil collections more widely available June 30, 2017 Research Features Magazine
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The career of Elwyn Simons, founder of the Division of Fossil Primates June 19, 2017 Evolutionary Anthropology
The Pianissimo! crew joined us in the studio for a live session March 08, 2017. A dozen pianists shared two pianos and took turns playing songs for four and six hands.
Paul Nonnenmacher (at the far piano) plays his arrangement of Franz Liszt's La Campanella, along with Scott Koljonen, live on Montana Public Radio March 08, 2017.
You can listen to the entire live session above, here's the program:
The Montana State SongChristopher Hahn, Steven Hesla, Barbara Blegen, Dorothy Peterson
I Got Rhythm! - George Gershwin arr. Manfred SchmitzBarbara Blegen, Steven Hesla, Christopher Hahn
La Campanella - Nicolo Paganini arr. Lizst/NonnenmacherPaul Nonnenmacher, Scott Koljonen
Out…standing - Kevin OlsonIngrid DeGroot, Scott Koljonen, Adam Sears (AKA Bearthoven)
Lady of the House - Scott BilladeauScott Billadeau
Paraphrase on Dizzy Gillespie’s Manteca, op. 129 - Nikolai KapustinScott Koljonen, Luke Larson
Symphonic Dances from Westside Story - Leonard Bernstein arr. John MustoSteven Hesla, Christopher Hahn
The UM Chamber Chorale is a select choir whose members are chosen by audition at the beginning of each school year. As the premier choral ensemble, the Chamber Chorale regularly tours across the state and region. On March 1, they joined us for a special performance broadcast live on Montana Public Radio.
Zach Cooper, Margaret Nichols Baldridge and Christopher Hahn perform trios for violin, horn and piano by Mozart and Brahms, live on Montana Public Radio.
Hear pianist Tanya Gabrielian playing works by Bach, Glinka, Chopin and Sarasate live from MTPR studios this morning.
"If you've ever heard a piano quartet performed, chances are the piece was either composed or arranged by these guys," says Christopher Hahn of the UM School of Music. "Two pianos, eight hands, the sound is truly symphonic. Nobody does it better."
The American Piano Quartet will be featured at the Celebrate Piano series from the UM School of Music on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at the Dennison Theater in Missoula. They'll perform at 7:30 p.m. They stopped by Montana Public Radio to give a taste of what they have planned.
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Concertmaster Stephen Cepeda and Conductor Allan R. Scott preview the symphony's 2016 season, and Cepeda and Christopher Hahn play some excerpts from Erich Korngold's lushly romantic 1945 violin concerto, live from Studio B at Montana Public Radio.
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