Prehistoric dogs from Klamath Indian Reservation
Contributor(s):: Haag, William George, Cressman, L.S.
Horse in American Indian culture
Contributor(s):: Alexander, Hartley Burr, Brand, Donald D., Harvey, Fred E.
Human Perceptions of Animals and Animal Awareness: The Cultural Dimension
Contributor(s):: E. A. Lawrence
Culture is generally a powerful determinant of human perceptions of animals and the treatment animals receive in a given society. Fbr example, Plains Indians' views of the status of animals-their capacities, their awareness, and their place in the world relative to mankind-differ radically...
Animal tales, historic dispossession, and Creole identity in the French West Indies
Contributor(s):: Arnold, A. James
The trickster as triptych
Contributor(s):: DramÃ©, Kandioura
Animal souls, co-essences, and human destiny in Mesoamerica
Contributor(s):: Gossen, Gary H.
Coyote, the thinking (wo)man's trickster
Contributor(s):: Hymes, Dell H.
Lushootseed animal people: mediation and transformation from myth to history
Contributor(s):: Miller, Jay, Hilbert, Vi
Who is the mightiest of them all? Jaguar and conquistador in Piaroa images of alterity and identity
Contributor(s):: Overing, Joanna
Enemies of God: monsters and the theology of conquest
Contributor(s):: Palencia-Roth, Michael
From ancestral to Creole: humans and animals in a West Indian scale of values
Contributor(s):: Poynting, Jeremy
Animal images in Caribbean Hindu mythology
Contributor(s):: Samaroo, Brinsley
Breaking the spell: accounts of Encantados by descendants of runaway slaves
Contributor(s):: Slater, Candace
Afterword: animals, elemental tales, and the theater
Contributor(s):: Walcott, Derek