Dr. Marijo Readey smiles into the camera while standing in a lab.
Senior Instructor
College of Arts and Sciences
(773) 442-5728
Invertebrate Zoology, Protozoology, Chronobiology, Ethology, Sociobiology
Courses Taught
The Changing Natural Environment (BIO 104)
Animal Kingdom (BIO 320)
Invertebrate Zoology (BIO 322)
Entomology (BIO 323)
Animal Parasitology (BIO 326)
Animal Behavior (BIO 328)
Research Interests
I am interested in the sociobiology and ethology of violence, dehumanization, and genocide and its links to kin selection and spiteful behavior.

Keywords: spite, violence, dehumanization, animal behavior

Ph.D. in Chronobiology and Protozoology from the University of Toronto

B.S. in Biology from Northeastern Illinois University

Selected Publications

A Totally, Unabashedly Incomplete Book About Bugs (Prairie House Gallery Press, 2018)

Room BBH 352B
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-5728
Office Hours
Please email m-readey@neiu.edu to arrange to meet or speak with Dr. Readey.
Main Campus