Pets in the Middle Ages: Evidence from Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
Contributor(s):: Kristen M. Figg
When trying to gather reliable information about animals as pets in the Middle Ages, modern scholars immediately come up against a major cultural barrier. As Klaus Weimann points out in his preface to the volume Middle English Animal Literature, medieval people “lived … in close...
Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships: A Global Exploration of Our Connections with Animals [book review]
Contributor(s):: Muskiewicz, Marion S.
Encyclopedia of human-animal relationships : a global exploration of our connections with animals
Contributor(s):: Bekoff, Marc
Health: dog bites and attack
Contributor(s):: Beck, Alan M.
Health: benefits of animal contact
Ethics and animal protection: interest conflicts between animals and humans
Contributor(s):: Aaltola, Elise
Media and film: animal monsters in film
Conservation and environment: earthworms: the "Intestines of the Earth"
Contributor(s):: Abramson, Charles I.
Health: chagas disease and insect behavior
Contributor(s):: Abramson, Charles I., Aldana, Elis
Conservation and environment: pesticides' effects on honeybees
Contributor(s):: Abramson, Charles I., Bozic, Janko
Health: insect pests in human economy and health
Research: a honeybee model of alcohol-induced behavior
Contributor(s):: Abramson, Charles I., Bozic, Janko, Wells, Harrington
Living with animals: bats and people
Contributor(s):: Adams, Rick A.
Archaeology: archaeology and animals
Contributor(s):: Aftandilian, Dave
Culture, religion, and belief systems: Shapeshifting
Contributor(s):: Aftandilian, Dave, Copeland, Marion W.
Conservation and environment: conservation and wildlife trade in India
Contributor(s):: Agoramoorthy, Govindasamy
Conservation and environment: conservation conflicts with hunting wild animals in Asia
Conservation and environment: the great apes of Asian forests, "The People of the Forest"
Conservation and environment: India's bats and human attitudes