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In it together : an introduction to human-animal studies / Garry Marvin and Susan McHugh 1. Mammoths in the landscape / Nigel Rothfels 2. Domesticating practices : the case of Arabian babblers / Vinciane Despret 3. Escaping the maze : wildness and tameness in studying animal behaviour / Lynda Birke 4. Wherever I lay my cat? : post-human crowding and the meaning of home / Tora Holmberg 5. On a wing and a prayer : butterflies in contemporary art / Giovanni Aloi 6. 'This ain't agriculture' / Bernard Rollin 7. Beyond the wild, the feral, and the domestic : lessons from prehistoric Crete / Kerry Harris and Yannis Hamilakis 8. Netherworld envoy or man's best friend? : attitudes toward dogs in the ancient world / Sophia Menache 9. The material culture of pet keeping / Katherine C. Grier 10. The adored and the abhorrent : nationalism and feral cats in England and Australia / Adrian Franklin 11. Animal conceptions in animism and conservation : their rootedness in distinct longue durée notions of life and death / Istvan Praet 12. The emptiness of the wild / Philip Armstrong and Annie Potts 13. Feral attraction : art, becoming, and erasure / Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson 14. Becoming rhinoceros : therio-theatricality as problem and promise in Western drama / Una Chaudhuri 15. Bestial imaginings / Kathy Rudy 16. Embodying the feral : indigenous traditions and the nonhuman in some recent South African novels / Wendy Woodward 17. Reconfiguring wild spaces : the porous boundaries of wild animal geographies / Henry Buller 18. Relationships between Sámi reindeer herders, lands, and reindeer / Elina Helander-Renvall 19. Kinship imaginaries : children's stories of wild friendships, fear, and freedom / Leesa Fawcett 20. Mourning crows : grief and extinction in a shared world / Thom van Dooren 21. Dead, dead, dead, dead, dead / Steve Baker.
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Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2014.