Living with animals : bonds across species / edited by Natalie Porter and Ilana Gershon.

Living with Animals is a collection of imagined animal guides--a playful and accessible look at different human-animal relationships around the world. Anthropologists and their co-authors have written accounts of how humans and animals interact in labs, in farms, in zoos, and in African forests, amo...

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Other Authors: Porter, Natalie (Editor), Gershon, Ilana, (Editor), Musharbash, Yasmine.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Ithaca, New York : Cornell University Press, 2018.
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505 0 |a Yuendumu dog tales / Yasmine Musharbash -- How to build rapport with animals / Alex Nading -- The perils of deference : how not to habituate spotted hyenas in an Ethiopian town / Marcus Baynes-Rock -- How to study chimpanzees that are terrified of you : adventures in ethnoprimatology in West Africa / Andrew Halloran and Cat Bolten -- Walking with dogs : sharing meaning, sensation, and inspiration across the species boundary / Agustín Fuentes and Michael Alan Park -- Working with a service dog in the United States / Leslie Irvine and Sherri Sasnett-Martichuski -- How to protect yourself from the dead with cattle / Genese Sodikoff -- How to release viruses from birds : a field guide for virus hunters, Buddhist monks and bird watchers / Frédéric Keck -- Oysterous / Eva Hayward -- How to act industrial around industrial pigs / Alex Blanchette -- Making babies with cows / Scout Calvert -- How to make a horse have an orgasm / Jeannette Vaught -- Healing with leeches / Robert G.W. Kirk -- How to be a systematist / Aleta Quinn -- Becoming a research rodent / Nicole Nelson and Kaitlin Stack Whitney -- The business : a ferret's guide of the lab life / Heather Altfeld with Lesley A. Sharp -- Read, respond, rescue / Natalie Porter -- How to save a park with birds : birdwatchers' ecologies in Buenos Aires -- Nicholas D'Avella -- Howdy! Introducing zoo gorillas / Christena Nippert-Eng. 
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