Humanos e não-humanos: o aprendizado de novas sensibilidades e responsabilidades em nossas relações de estimação
Contributor(s):: Luciana de Sant'Anna Dall'Agnol
A educação e a cultura são processos inerentes e transformadores um ao outro, fazendo com que as mudanças em nossa sociedade exijam uma contínua renovação de conhecimentos e (re) adaptação a um mundo em constante...
Nós e os outros humanos, os animais de estimação
Contributor(s):: Jean Segata
A humanização dos animais, especialmente aqueles de estimação, é tema corrente em nossos dias. Ela é motivo de reportagens, debates envolvendo economistas, psicólogos, juristas, médicos, religiosos, filósofos ou antropólogos,...
Beasts on Fields. Human-Wildlife Conflicts in Nature-Culture Borderlands
Contributor(s):: Tino Johansson
Human-wildlife conflicts are today an integral part of the rural development discourse. In this research, the main focus is on the spatial explanation which is not a very common approach in the reviewed literature. My research hypothesis is based on the assumption that human-wildlife conflicts...
Its a Dog's Life: Contemplating the Human-Animal Relationship through Dog Adoption Narratives
Contributor(s):: Nicole Silvestrini
Dog adoption is a popular way for people to find pets in the United States. With dog adoption comes dog adoption narratives, ideologically about the dog, told by humans for humans. Dog adoption narratives, a genre of personal experience narrative, enact a series of formalized conventions that...
I naturens teater: Kultur- och miljösociologiska analyser av naturhistoriska utställningar och filmer
Contributor(s):: Anna Samuelsson
This thesis is a study of constructions of reality in visual and textual representations in current exhibitions in the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm with comparisons to the Natural History Museum in Gothenburg and minor excursions to other museums. The study also includes seven...
The Evolution of Animals through Domestication and other Human Relationships: An Animal-Centered Approach
Contributor(s):: Steven Michael Ammerman
As a component of the environment themselves, humans maintain a mutualistic modifying process with that environment. The interaction between humans and animals has led to different categories of relationships—commensal animals, tame animals, domesticated animals, and feral animals. In the...
Human-animal : explorations at the hyphen
Contributor(s):: Alethea A. Lai
This research project aims to explore one aspect of the culture/nature dualism, that of human/animal. It will not be possible to explore this dualism without simultaneously exploring woman/man, self/other, public/private, and the list goes on, for to unravel one dualism is to begin to unravel...
Jainism and Human–Animal Relationship
Contributor(s):: Nachiketa Bandyopadhyay
While discussing the role of animal in society, tradition, religion and culture mostly observed that human interest are protected, at the same time people who have different ways of thinking and ideas in favor of animals having caring attitudes towards animal welfare are seen. History of...
‘I'd rather wear out than rust out’: autobiologies of ageing equestriennes
Contributor(s):: Davis, Dona L., Maurstad, Anita, Dean, Sarah
Justice for all? Children's moral reasoning about the welfare and rights of endangered species
| Contributor(s):: Ruckert, J. H.
This study reports children’s developing moral concerns for endangered animals. Three questions were addressed: 1) Do children conceive of not harming an endangered animal as a moral obligation? 2) Do children use biocentric (nature-centered) moral reasoning? and 3) Does a developmental...
Animal Companionship and Ethnic Diversity
| Contributor(s):: Ankita Sejra, Hita Bavishi, Rishabh Shah, Samira Behrooz, Julie M. Fagan
The study of human-animal interactions and relationships is an extremely interesting topic. For a long time these relationships have been greatly prized among people such that they have accepted the animals as a part of their lives. In the United States, certain groups of people have accepted...
How has the domestication of dogs impacted native North American culture and way of life?
| Contributor(s):: Mikaela E. Reisman
Dogs, as the only domestic mammal in North America, were a part of the life and culture of the people who migrated to the Americas from Eurasia. Originally domesticated from Eurasian wolves, the uses of dogs expanded once the Native American ancestors spread throughout the continents. I...
This study reports children's developing moral concerns for endangered animals. Three questions were addressed: (1) Do children conceive of not harming an endangered animal as a moral obligation? (2) Do children use biocentric (nature-centered) moral reasoning? and (3) Does a developmental...
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,...
Early domestication and farming: what should we know or do for a better understanding?
| Contributor(s):: Vigne, J. D.
This paper aims to identify a series of conceptual, strategic and technological challenges facing archaeozoology (and archaeobotany) in order to better understand when, where, how and why plant and animal domestication and farming developed during the last 12 000 years. Situated at the interface...
Response: A Defense of Pluhar
| Contributor(s):: Dombrowski, Daniel
Threads of Life and Death: A Photo Essay on Hunting and Fishing in Northwest Amazonia
| Contributor(s):: Ruiz-Serna, Daniel
Influence of cultural and religious factors on attitudes toward animals
| Contributor(s):: Jegatheesan, Brinda, Fine, Aubrey H.
Brute compassion: The ambivalent growth of sympathy for animals in English literature and culture, 1671--1831
| Contributor(s):: Van de Merghel, Genevieve
Racing into culture: A digital ethnographic study of the development of a culture of people who own retired racing greyhounds
| Contributor(s):: Hunt, Julia C.