Uncoupling Meat From Animal Slaughter and Its Impacts on Human-Animal Relationships
Contributor(s):: Heidemann, M. S., Molento, C. F. M., Reis, G. G., Phillips, C. J. C.
Longitudinal study on human-related behaviour in horses—Can horses (Equus caballus) be de-domesticated?
Contributor(s):: Górecka-Bruzda, Aleksandra, Jaworski, Zbigniew, Suwała, Mira, Boroń, Marlena, Ogłuszka, Magdalena, Earley, Bernadette, Sobczyńska, Magdalena
In the present study, we hypothesise that persistent avoidance of human would confirm de-domestication process in semi-feral horses. Fifty-three Konik polski horses (stable-born: SB, N1=27 and forest-born: FB, N2=26), additionally handled for 5 or 15days after weaning, were evaluated. Human...
Behavioural assessment of the habituation of feral rangeland goats to an intensive farming system
Contributor(s):: Miller, David W., Fleming, Patricia A., Barnes, Anne L., Wickham, Sarah L., Collins, Teresa, Stockman, Catherine A.
There is increasing interest in methods for the habituation of feral rangeland goats to intensive fanning conditions. We tested whether there were production performance and behavioural differences between groups of rangeland goats in an intensive farming system that were either exposed to a high...
Where is the real trap? Domination and mutualism in Teetl’it Gwich’in sensibilities about trapping
Contributor(s):: Wishart, Robert P.
Aging animal bodies: horse retirement yards as relational spaces of liminality, dwelling and negotiation
Contributor(s):: Franklin, Alex, Schuurman, Nora
The Role of Man's Best Friend: Assessing the Cultural Liminality of the Canis Lupus Familiars and Its Influence on Human Societies
| Contributor(s):: Julianne L. D'Amico
This project combines history and folklore to illuminate the concept of liminality and the human-dog relationship as it has evolved since the species domestication. The lore highlights the permanent liminality of the dog, the use of the species as remedies in Folk Medicine, and the dog's...
Architectures of domestication: on emplacing human-animal relations in the North
| Contributor(s):: Anderson, David G., Loovers, Jan Peter Laurens, Sara Asu Schroer, Robert P. Wishart
This article explores human‐animal relationships in the North by calling for a fresh examination of the infrastructures and architectures which inscribe them. We draw attention to the self‐limiting quality of Arctic architectures which are designed to emphasize mutual autonomy. This approach...
How Wolves Turned into Dogs and How Dogs Are Valuable in Meeting Human Social Needs
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| Contributor(s):: Kurt Kotrschal
A wealth of recent behavioral, neurobiological, and genetic results allows us to draw a new, comprehensive picture of the human-wolf-dog relationship. Dogs originated from wolves 35,000 years ago, mainly via selection for tameness. Wolves were probably spiritual partners and hunting buddies of...
Personhood and companionship among Evenki and their reindeer in Eastern Siberia
| Contributor(s):: Evelyn Landerer
This thesis aims to contribute to our understanding of human-reindeer relations among nomadic hunters and reindeer keepers and is based on a discussion of manifestations of personhood in Siberia. I then relate these to contemporary theories in human-animal relations and argue that in the case of...
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...
Fine dogs the project
| Contributor(s):: Laura Catalina Perilla Suarez
For years, the human animal has called the dog as man's best friend, but what does this honestly refer to? What is the relation of the human animal to the dog? How many years ago did the call begin, domestication? , In my project I will solve these questions, in addition to entering the field...
The Dog: A Domestic Wolf to Communicate with Man: The Aggressiveness of the Dog
| Contributor(s):: Jean-Mane Giffroy
On the basis of research in archeozoology and molecular genetics, it is established that the wolf is the main ancestor of the dog and that domestication would have occurred some 14,000 or 15,000 years ago, 5,000 years before the domestication of another species. The place or places of the first...
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...
Accommodating the Animal: Domestication in Eighteenth-Century English Literature
| Contributor(s):: Erin Parker
Eighteenth-century English writers imagined domestication as the education of animals, as a mutually beneficial contract between species, as a form of cruelty and exploitation, and as an extension of hospitality. This study analyses how these diverse literary portrayals of domestication intersect...
The pact for survival : humans and their animal companions
| Contributor(s):: Newby, Jonica
The Dog-Human Bond: Domesticating Each Other
| Contributor(s):: Hobgood-Oster, Laura
Both subject and object: herding in alienability and sentient property in prehistory
| Contributor(s):: Orton, David
Burying key evidence :the social bond between dogs and people
| Contributor(s):: Morey, Darcy F.
How man-animal interaction forms day-trip herding: from a case of goat herding in the pastoral Samburu of northern-central Kenya
| Contributor(s):: Kazuhiro, Shikano
Limitations on sheep and goat herding in the eastern badia of Jordan: an ethno-archaeological enquiry
| Contributor(s):: Lancaster, William