Spent some time taking questions from you all and Marlo about Primates.
Here's the link to the playlist with all of the awesome videos: http://bit.ly/1IsL3MB
Primates of Park Avenue describes my personal experiences on the Upper East Side both while I lived there and while my children were in programs there over a period of six years.
I'm excited to share another excerpt from the audio book Primates of Park Avenue.
OMG my book has a cartoon by New Yorker cartoonist Marisa Acocella Marchetto!
Do you heart New York, or just want to know about what really goes on here? If so you will heart this book...
Winter holidays allow us to be affiliative and pro-social--anthropology's words for connected and friendly. Here's how the tribe I study in Manhattan does it--and why.
The tribe of privileged parents I study and write about in my upcoming book Primates of Park Avenue (Simon & Schuster, June 2015) mostly summers in the Hamptons. But wherever you are for June, July, and August, you may be feeling the Dreads about Labor Day approaching. Anthropology gives us new ways to understand and handle the back-to-school, post vacation, return-to-regular-life Fall segue.... Hope you will have a read!