Bullfighting: At What Cost should Culture be Preserved?
Contributor(s):: Olivia Larene Read
When one hears the word “bullfight” it is nearly impossible not to instantly connect the idea with Spain. Bullfighting has been a large part of the Spanish culture for hundreds of years and continues to play a role in the culture today. However, in more recent years,...
Unchronicled Heroes: A Study of Union Cavalry Horses in the Eastern Theater. Care, Treatment, and Use, 1861-1865
Contributor(s):: Gerleman, David James
Performing human-animal relations in Spain: An anthropological study of bullfighting from horseback in Andalusia
Contributor(s):: Kirrilly Thompson
A fundamental concern of human-animal studies is the human-animal boundary. The rider-horse relationship challenges this boundary through a degree of intercorporeality that is symbolised by the centaur. The centaur is transformative and generative; it is part horse, part human but moe than...