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  1. Burn after Reading: Animal Terrorism in Duncan the Wonder Dog: Show One

    Contributor(s):: Christopher Pizzino

    At present, the tradition of the animal fable remains strong in popular narrative even as the narrative arts, on the whole, remain marginal to the field of animal studies. Duncan the Wonder Dog: Show One, Adam Hines’s 2010 graphic novel, sets a new course for the animal fable and...

  2. Toward a theory of the World Wide Web vernacular: the case of pet cloning

    Contributor(s):: Glenn Howard, Robert

  3. Death of a faithful dog: impact and meaning

    Contributor(s):: Lawrence, Elizabeth A.

  4. Two programmes of Jehovah and the sources of the contemporary ecological crisis

    Contributor(s):: Kania, Ireneusz

  5. The figure of the horse in Polish culture: notes from private hippology

    Contributor(s):: Melbechowska-Luty, Aleksandra

  6. Depiction of animals in the Popol Vuh and current Mayan folktales

    Contributor(s):: Rodríguez-Mejía, Fredy

  7. Wolf charmers and wolf leaders, from past to present

    Contributor(s):: Bernard, Daniel

  8. 'Ils finiront par nous bouffer'. Enquête contemporaines sur la mémoire du loup en Cévennes

    Contributor(s):: Laurence, Pierre

  9. The wolf arrival in the French Alps and the transformation of the relations to the wild

    Contributor(s):: Mauz, Isabelle

  10. Entre antiquité et Moyen Âge: l''invention' du loup ennemi

    Contributor(s):: Ortalli, Gherardo

  11. The sacred and the profane : the dog in South Asian culture

    Contributor(s):: Lodrick, Deryck O.

  12. Die Inari-Füchse (Japan)

    Contributor(s):: Kraatz, Martin

  13. Die Tiersammlung Maud Pohlmeyer

    Contributor(s):: Pohlmeyer, Markus

  14. Kosmologische Zoogamie zur Ehe zwischen Menschen und Tieren

    Contributor(s):: Sprenger, Guido

  15. Mules in folk beliefs among the Slovak Romany

    Contributor(s):: Hübschmanonová, Milena

  16. House snakes: the common grass snake (Natrix natrix) in Swedish folk biology

    Contributor(s):: Svanberg, Ingvar

  17. The late iron age bear-tooth pendants in Finland: symbolic mediators between women, bears, and wilderness?

    Contributor(s):: Kivisalo, Nora

  18. The house-demon and domestic animals in the beliefs of the people of Kargopol'e (Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russian Federation)

    Contributor(s):: Denisevich, K. N.

  19. 'It is frightening to think of death today, but it may not be such a big issue for me one day ... ' (Signs, omens and portents of death in traditional culture of Central Russia)

    Contributor(s):: Dobrovol'skaia, V. E.

  20. Insects-parasites inhabiting domestic space: their perception and representation in language and folklore

    Contributor(s):: Krivoshchapova, Iu A.