Animal spaces, beastly places : new geographies of human-animal relations /

This book explores the variations on the human-animal spatial orderings. It develops new ways of thinking about human animal interactions and encourges us to find new ways for humans and animals to live together.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Philo, Chris (Editor), Wilbert, Chris, 1962- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.
Series:Critical geographies ; 10.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Animal spaces, beastly places : an introduction / Chris Philo, Chris Wilbert
  • Flush and the banditti : dog-stealing in Victorian London / Philip Howell
  • Feral cats in the city / Huw Griffiths, Ingrid Poulter, David Sibley
  • Constructing the animal worlds of inner-city Los Angeles / Jennifer Wolch, Alec Brownlow, Unna Lassiter
  • Taking stock of farm animals and rurality / Richard Yarwood, Nick Evans
  • Versions of animal-human : Broadland, c. 1945-1970 / David Matless
  • A wolf in the garden : ideology and change in the Adirondack landscape / Alec Brownlow
  • What's a river without fish? Symbol, space and ecosystem in the waterways of Japan / Paul Waley
  • Fantastic Mr Fox? Representing animals in the hunting debate / Michael Woods
  • 'Hunting with the camera' : photography, wildlife and colonialism in Africa / James R. Ryan
  • Biological cultivation : Lubetkin's modernism at London Zoo in the 1930s / Pyrs Gruffudd
  • Virtual animals in electronic zoos : the changing geographies of animal capture and display / Gail Davies
  • (Un)ethical geographies of human--non-human relations : encounters, collectives and spaces / Owain Jones
  • Afterword : enclosure / Michael J. Watts.