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Interdisciplinary reviews of books and other texts. Multiple studies demonstrate the value of an interdisciplinary approach to understanding complex concepts. At the same time though, our views about a certain subject tend to be influenced by our own experiences and education. The goal of these reviews is to solicit reviews and comments from those in the many areas of expertise that contribute to our understanding of the human-animal bond. In addition to commenting on the reviews, please periodically check HABRI Central for information about the next book up for review and how to get a copy if you’d like to review it yourself.

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  1. Trash Animals: How We Live with Nature's Filthy, Feral, Invasive, and Unwanted Species

    | Books | Contributor(s): Kelsi Nagy (editor), Phillip David Johnson II (editor)

    In Trash Animals, a diverse group of environmental writers explore the natural history of wildlife species deemed filthy, invasive, or worthless, highlighting the vexed relationship humans...

  2. Your Brain on Nature

    | Books | Contributor(s): Selhub, Eva M, Logan, Alan C

    2012 0 256 978-1118106747 Wiley text

  3. Zoobiquity: The Astonishing Connection Between Human and Animal Health

    | Books | Contributor(s): Natterson-Horowitz, Barbara, Bowers, Kathryn

    2013 First 0 416 978-0307477439 Vintage First text

  4. Birthright

    | Books | Contributor(s): Kellert, Stephen R

    2012 0 264 9780300176544 Yale University Press text

  5. Animals and the human imagination : a companion to animal studies

    | Books | Contributor(s): Gross, Aaron, Vallely, Anne

    2012 0 xiv, 371 p. 9780231152969 Columbia University Press New York English text