5 edition of Animals in human histories found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mary J. Henninger-Voss.|
|Series||Studies in comparative history,|
|Contributions||Henninger-Voss, Mary J., 1959-|
|LC Classifications||QL85 .A557 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 484 p. :|
|Number of Pages||484|
|LC Control Number||2002072457|
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It is a historical inquiry into human interaction with the animals we eat, pamper, experiment on, and imagine, as they have been variously domesticated, slaughtered, loved, studied, and made into icons of human : Hardcover. "Linda Kalof’s Looking at Animals in Human History is a vivid and encyclopedic survey of encounters between human and nonhuman animals across Western culture.
Clear, readable, beautifully illustrated and always informative, this book presents (just as the title promises) a detailed account of how people have looked at animals, with insights into how animals figure in art, in battle, in entertainment, in law, Cited by: Considering that much of human society is structured through its interaction with non-human animals, and since human society relies heavily on the exploitation of animals to serve human needs, human–animal studies has become a rapidly expanding field of research, featuring a number of distinct positions, perspectives, and theories that require nuanced explanation and by: Contributors include Richard W.
Burkhardt, Jr., Jonathan Burt, Ken C. Erickson, Katherine C. Grier, Richard C. Hoffmann, Andrew C. Isenberg, Jacqueline Milliet, John Solomon Otto, Karen A. Rader, Harriet Ritvo, Nigel Rothfels, Kenneth J. Shapiro, and Edward I.
Steinhart. Seminal ancient narratives about animals - including works from Aristotle, Plutarch, Ovid and Pliny the Elder - are also drawn upon to illustrate contemporary ideas about and attitudes towards animals.
A Cultural History of Animals in Antiquity presents an overview of the period and continues with essays on the position of animals in contemporary symbolism, hunting, domestication, sports and entertainment, /5(4). now, so the story behind this book is a familiar one – it was written to ﬁll a need.
No single volume existed that synthesized the vast scholarship on animals in human history, a body of Animals in human histories book that has been percolating for years now in ever larger quantities from a staggering array of academic disciplines.
Animalibus: Of Animals and Cultures is an exciting new book series, edited by historian Nigel Rothfels, and published by the Pennsylvania State University Press.
Books in the series share a fascination not only with the importance of animals in human life, but also with how thinking about animals can give us insights into human cultures, in. Buy Animals in Human Histories: The Mirror of Nature and Culture (Studies in Comparative History) by Henninger-Voss, Mary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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This literature, sometimes grouped under the rubric “animal studies” (a term that, as we will see, comes with its own problems), emerged as a subset of social, cultural, and environmental history, although parallel inquiries into the human use and “thinkability” of non-human animals were occurring in anthropology, literary studies, and.
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10 Animals That Changed History. Beth Dreher the couple released Elsa and, surprisingly, she survived. InJoy wrote a non-fiction book, so could a human. The animals all returned. Book Description. The Routledge Companion to Animal-Human History provides an up-to-date guide for the historian working within the growing field of animal-human history.
Giving a sense of the diversity and interdisciplinary nature of the field, cutting-edge contributions explore the practices of and challenges posed by historical studies of animals and animal-human relationships.
"Linda Kalof’s Looking at Animals in Human History is a vivid and encyclopedic survey of encounters between human and nonhuman animals across Western culture.
Clear, readable, beautifully illustrated and always informative, this book presents (just as the title promises) a detailed account of how people have looked at animals, with insights into how animals figure in art, in battle, in.
Animals and Human Society provides a solid, scientific, research-based background to advance understanding of how animals impact humans. As a resource for both science and non-science majors (including students planning to major in or studying animal science, pre-veterinary medicine, animal behavior, conservation biology, ecotoxicology.
This history of animals and how they profoundly shaped human history is a must-read for both animal and history lovers. Not so much about the history of pets, like other books of the general type, this one is more focused on how animals actually forwarded the timeline for people, how they made progress by: 5.
Book Description: The conventional history of animals could be more accurately described asthe history of human ideas about animals. Only in the last few decades havescholars from a wide variety of disciplines attempted to document the lives ofhistorical animals in ways that recognize their agency as sentient beings withcomplex intelligence.
In the History of Animals, Aristotle sets out to investigate the existing facts (Greek "hoti", what), prior to establishing their causes (Greek "dioti", why). The book is thus a defence of his method of investigating tle investigates four types of differences between animals: differences in particular body parts (Books I to IV); differences in ways of life and types of activity.
About A Cultural History of Animals. Choice Outstanding Academic Title, HARDBACK SET A Cultural History of Animals is a multi-volume project on the history of human-animal relations from ancient times to the present.
The set of six volumes covers years of human-animal interaction. The purview of the book series includes any topic that allows exploration of the relation between human and nonhuman animals in any setting, contemporary or historical, from the perspective of various disciplines within both the social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science) and humanities (e.g., history, literary criticism).
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The animals section is covered in books 8 to 11 and is responsible for myths that persist to this day. The problem is actually more pervasive than it sounds: human adults, at least in the US, are also highly likely to imbue non-human animals with human-like .Most large predatory animals can and will see humans as suitable prey under the right circumstances; however, true "man eaters", that is, individual animals that prefer human flesh over any other food, are very rare.
This list is a selection of some of the worst cases of man eaters recorded in history.