Response: A Defense of Pluhar
Contributor(s):: Dombrowski, Daniel
Brute compassion: The ambivalent growth of sympathy for animals in English literature and culture, 1671--1831
Contributor(s):: Van de Merghel, Genevieve
Animal exploitation at Körtik Tepe: an early aceramic Neolithic site in southeastern Turkey
Contributor(s):: Arbuckle, Benjamin S., Özkaya, Vecihi
Material culture, behavior, and identity: the human body as experiential nexus
Contributor(s):: Piprani, John
Food, hunting, and taboo: cultural heritage in practice
Contributor(s):: Nielsen, Niels Kaiser
Issues affecting subsistence security in Arctic societies
Contributor(s):: Freeman, Milton M. R.
James Bay Cree: material culture, community ties, and religious expression
Contributor(s):: Oberholtzer, Cath
Early Upper Palaeolithic approaches to bone and antler projectile technology
Contributor(s):: Knecht, Heidi, Peterkin, Gail Larsen, Bricker, Harvey M., Mellars, Paul
Upper Palaeolithic procurement and processing strategies in southwest France
Contributor(s):: Boyle, Katherine V., Peterkin, Gail Larsen, Bricker, Harvey M., Mellars, Paul
Variablility in hunter-gatherer seasonal mobility in the southern Levant: from the Mousterian to the Natufian
Contributor(s):: Lieberman, Daniel E., Peterkin, Gail Larsen, Bricker, Harvey M., Mellars, Paul
An imaginary wild horse in the Siberian Arctic
Contributor(s):: Maj, Emilie
Late Pleistocene Horse Hunting at the Wally's Beach Site (Dhpg-8), Canada
Contributor(s):: Kooyman, B., Hills, L. V., McNeil, P., Tolman, S.
Hunting restraint by Creoles at the Community Baboon Sanctuary, Belize: a preliminary survey
Contributor(s):: Jones, C. B., Young, J.
This study surveyed 33 male hunters between the ages of 17 and 54 years at the Community Baboon Sanctuary (CBS), Belize, to evaluate attitudes and behaviours in relation to hunting black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra). The study defined hunting restraint as a learned predisposition not to hunt 1...
Equine gatekeepers, animal narratives and foxhunting landscapes
Contributor(s):: Acton, A.
Firstly, this paper analyzes the dynamic between horse, rider, and landscape in foxhunting culture. Secondly, it considers nonhuman animals as active elements within the research process. The methodology principally involved extensive, in-depth participation as a rider within mounted foxhound...
The gift in the animal: The ontology of hunting and human-animal sociality
Contributor(s):: Nadasdy, Paul
Animals as spectacle and sport
The study of animals - and the relationship between humans and other animals - is now one of the most fiercely debated topics in contemporary science and culture.Animals have a long history in human society, providing food, labour, sport and companionship as well as becoming objects for exhibit....
Rangifer and man: an ancient relationship
Contributor(s):: Gordon, B.
A long-term relationship between Rangifer and humans is documented in three case studies: the Canadian Barrenlands (8000 years ago to Historic period), Ice-Age France (11 000-19 000 years ago) and Mesolithic Russia (7000-10 000 years ago). Ancient human and herd migration occurred in all areas,...
Could empathy for animals have been an adaptation in the evolution of Homo sapiens ?
Contributor(s):: Bradshaw, J. W. S., Paul, E. S.
In humans, empathy has emotional and cognitive components, both of which are linked to caring and nurturant behaviour. Variations in each of these facets of empathy were likely to have been accessible to natural selection during the evolution of Homo, although the likely details of their...