Camels in the Bedouin Community of Oman: Beyond the Human–Animal Binary
Contributor(s):: Alwahaibi, Ibtisam, Dauletova, Viktoriya, Wels, Harry
Care and its discontents: Commodification, coercive cooperation, and resistance in Copenhagen Zoo
Contributor(s):: Mc Loughlin, E.
Between Freedom and Abandonment: Social Representations of Free-Roaming Donkeys in the Brazilian Northeast
Contributor(s):: Perozzi Gameiro, Mariana Bombo, Clancy, Cara, Zanella, Adroaldo José
The presence of free-roaming donkeys on Brazilian Northeastern roads has significant welfare and safety implications for both humans and animals. Working donkeys have played an important historical role in regional development and are considered a cultural symbol of the Brazilian Northeast, as...
Effects of restraint on heifers during gentle human-animal interactions
Contributor(s):: Lange, Annika, Waiblinger, Susanne, van Hasselt, Regien, Mundry, Roger, Futschik, Andreas, Lürzel, Stephanie
What do animals want?
Contributor(s):: Franks, B.
Relations of Power and Nonhuman Agency: Critical Theory, Clever Hans, and Other Stories of Horses and Humans
Contributor(s):: Wadham, Helen
The Power of a Positive Human-Animal Relationship for Animal Welfare
Contributor(s):: Rault, J. L., Waiblinger, S., Boivin, X., Hemsworth, P.
An explorative clinical pilot study into the effect of service dogs on chronic posttraumatic stress disorder
Contributor(s):: Galsgaard, Astrid, Eskelund, Kasper
Narrating the First Dogs: Canine Agency in the First Contacts with Indigenous Peoples in the Brazilian Amazon
Contributor(s):: Velden, Felipe Vander
Narratives addressing the presence of European domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) in the encounters between Indians and non-Indians in the conquest of the Central and South American lowlands often portray those animals as terrible and bloodthirsty weapons. From the settlers’ perspective, dogs were...
The Contextual Cat: Human–Animal Relations and Social Meaning in Anglo-Saxon England
| Contributor(s):: Kristopher Poole
The growing popularity of relational approaches to agency amongst archaeologists has led to increased attention on the specific contexts of interaction between humans and their material worlds. Within such viewpoints, non-humans are perceived as agents in their own right and placed on an equal...
Cougar-human entanglements on Vancouver Island : relational agency and space
| Contributor(s):: Rosemary-Claire Magdeleine Solange Collard
Vancouver Island is home to what is estimated to be the densest cougar population in North America. Over the last century and a half, cougar and human residents of the Island have not co-existed peacefully. From government-sponsored bounty hunts of cougars to cougar attacks on children,...
Towards a Multiangled Study of Reindeer Agency, Overlapping Environments, and Human--Animal Relationships
| Contributor(s):: Nyyssönen, Jukka, Salmi, Anna-Kaisa
Inked: Human-Horse Apprenticeship, Tattoos, and Time in the Pazyryk World
| Contributor(s):: Argent, G.
Prior interpretations of the tattoos of nonhuman animals etched upon the preserved human bodies from the Pazyryk archaeological culture of Inner Asia have focused on solely human-generated meanings. This article utilizes an ethnoarchaeological approach to reassess these tattoos, by analogizing...