Lee Dugatkin

Lee Alan Dugatkin is a professor of biology at the University of Louisville who has published more than 150 papers as well as numerous articles in Scientific American, The New Scientist, and Slate. He speaks frequently about his work and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, the Toronto Globe & Mail, and numerous other publications worldwide.

Books by this Author

Cooperation is the fabric that keeps society together. Civilization could not have been achieved -- and will not be sustained -- without it. But what is it? How and why does it work? Could the secret of enhancing human cooperation lie in an investigation of the animal kingdom?
In Cheating Monkeys and Citizen Bees, evolution and animal behavior expert Professor Lee Dugatkin, known throughout the academic community for his ingenious animal behavior experiments, reports, from the cutting...