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Elide Beltram PhD.

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Elidé Beltram, PhD is a psychoanalyst. Prior to her studies on humans, she studied the behavior of the wild orangutan of Borneo and taught language to dolphins in Hawaii. She was a composer who founded the Westchester Music Ensemble for Living Composers (Carnegie Hall, 1995), where she sponsored the International Aaron Copland Competition for young composers from 5-12 years and wrote music pieces for Stan Getz and Aaron Copland. She is a member of the National Music Therapy Association, ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) and APA (American Psychological Association). Her writing skills extend to numerous academic works to You Are Who You Hate: The Alchemy of Dissonance (Vintage 1995) and Wife Mistress (1989). She is a member of The National Association of Science Writers and the International Women's Writing Guild. Her Master thesis was in Voice Gender Identification. Her academic instruction extends to teaching Italian and French and Anthropology at SUNY, Manhattanville and Switzerland Jung's Institute

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You were guaranteed a different experience at Dr. Galdikas research camp and Borneo Orangutan preserve. Today was no exception. Awareness was crucial. This was after all the jungle. Wild animals and

News & Society> Anthropology Sociology l 2 years ago

The recent screening of the Imax film Born To be Wild at The American Museum of Natural History, which is about the efforts of Dr Galdikas to save and rehabilitate the Borneo Orangutan reminded me of

News & Society> Anthropology Sociology l 2 years ago

A interesting look at the Mogolian tradition of making Mongolian Vodka called Arkhi. The common tradition in the Mongolian culture of passing the snuff bottle around to all the guests before each

News & Society> Anthropology Sociology l 2 years ago

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