Philosophy and animals in the age of empire
Contributor(s):: Rowlands, Mark
Portraits of animals, 1600-1800
Contributor(s):: SÃ¸rensen, Madeleine Pinault
Scientific animals: reflections on the laboratory and its human-animal relations, from Dba to Dolly and beyond
Contributor(s):: Rader, Karen A.
The cosmic spider and her worldwide web: sacred and symbolic animals in the era of change
Contributor(s):: Sax, Boria
The domestication of empire : human-animal relations at the intersection of civilization, evolution, and acclimatization in the nineteenth century
Contributor(s):: Brantz, Dorothee
The moment of Greyfriars Bobby: the changing cultural position of animals, 1800-1920
Contributor(s):: Kean, Hilda
The observation and use of animals in the development of scientific thought in the ancient world with especial reference to Egypt
Contributor(s):: Gordon, Andrew H.
The present and future of animal domestication
Contributor(s):: DeMello, Margo
The relationship between text and illustration in mid-sixteenth-century natural history treatises
Contributor(s):: Glardon, Philippe
The souls of men and beasts, 1630-1764
Contributor(s):: Senior, Matthew
The war against animals: the culture of the hunt in early modern France
Contributor(s):: Warthesen, Amy
Zoo animals as entertainment exhibitions
Contributor(s):: Hancocks, David
Made For Each Other, The Biology of the Human-Animal Bond
Contributor(s):: Olmert, Meg Daley
Roger Caras - An Appreciation
Contributor(s):: Beck, A. M.
Interactions with humans
Contributor(s):: Price, Edward O.
| Contributor(s):: E O Price
The interaction of captive animals with humans is a major element in the process of domestication. The degree of tameness of individual animals to a great extent determines the nature of that interaction. The purpose of this chapter is to review what is known about the concept of tameness and its...
Human-animal interactions and animal stress
| Contributor(s):: Paul H. Hemsworth, G. P. Moberg (editor), J. A. Mench (editor), J. L. Barnett
Humans interact with animals in many walks of life. In situations in which these interactions are close and frequent, the quality of these interactions may have considerable consequences for either partner. For example, keeping pets is common in most households. The potential benefits for humans...
Comunicación entre perros domésticos (Canis familiaris) y hombres
| Contributor(s):: Bentosela, Mariana, Mustaca, Alba E.
The dog with human: Its origins and benefits to modern people
| Contributor(s):: Omori, Rie, Hasegawa, Toshikazu