David Andersonís Literature of Human-Animal
Anderson, Rockydell Resources,
In the early 2000s the field of Human-Animal Studies is thriving in a variety of scholarly disciplines by members who are interested in the human relationship to animals. In 2002 the American Sociological Association recognized a new section devoted to Human-Animal Studies (www.asanet.org/sectionanimals/). Members of the American Psychological Association are petitioning for a similar division. A book of readings from both disciplines has been proposed by a social psychologist and a sociologist. The 10th anniversary issues of Society & Animals, published in 2002, include contributions from anthropology, the (representational) arts, consumer sociology, criminology, economics, feminist studies, geography, history, political science, postcolonial studies, psychology, religion, and sociology. This reflects the academic interest of individuals and individual course offerings, but not a growth in academic programs. The growth of academic centers with special interest in human-animal studies is slow, and they are generally, but not exclusively, attached to schools of veterinary medicine. Notable exceptions among the programs are two housed in a school of nursing (
and Michigan State University , Universityof Missouri ) and another in a humanities program ( Columbia , Universityof California ). Growth of academic centers in Santa Barbara and the Canada is comparable. United Kingdom
This list of English language books and journals is complementary to the contribution, "The Literature of the Human-Companion Animal Bond." To see it, see the PAN website.
The page arrangement is as follows:
Advances in animal welfare science. 1984--1986/1987.
: Martinus Nijhoff, 1985-1987. 3 vols. Boston, MA
Edited by Michael W Fox and Linda D Mickley of the Institute for the Study of Animal Problems.
Anthropozoologica. Paris : L'Homme et L'Animal, Societe de Recherche Interdisciplinaire.
From the late 1990s, in French or English. This journal was founded to study the relationship of humans and animals, viewed as strong expressions of the history of cultures and societies in their natural environments. See also its web site www.mnhn.fr/assoc/hasri/gb2/azgb.html
Applied Animal Behaviour Science.
; New York : Elsevier. Amsterdam
Continues: Applied Animal Ethology.
Applied animal behavior science, also called applied ethology, is study of the social behavior of animals, whether in farming systems, confined, feral or commensal, used in hunting or sport, and in research laboratories. A subset of applied ethology includes their interactions with humans. AABS began published a significant amount of papers on companion animals in the 1990s. Abstracts Plus are available on its web site within www.sciencedirect.com.
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science : JAAWS.
: Erlbaum Associates. Mahwah, NJ
JAAWS discusses methods of research, husbandry and care that enhance the welfare of animals in research, farms, homes and the wild. Tables of contents and abstracts are available at the web site, www.psyeta.org/jaaws/.
Society & Animals.
: Koninklijke Brill NV. Leiden
Except for the current issues, Society & Animals is available as electronic text on the PSYETA web site at www.pseta.org/sa/
Except for the bibliographic journal Humans & Other Species, which covers only 1988-1999, this field is not well served. Human-Animal Studies is a multi-disciplinary field with many interested researchers and observers, therefore individual areas of human relations with other animals (e.g., animal rights and ethics) and some species (e.g., dolphin, rhinoceros) are served well, but many are not.
Hicks, E.K. (editor). Science and the human-animal relationship ; proceedings of the International Conference on Science and the Human-Animal Relationship,
, the Amsterdam , March 1992. Netherlands : SISWO, 1993. (SISWO-publikatie ; 374) Amsterdam
International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions (9th : 2001 :
). People and animals : a global perspective for the 21st century : Abstract book. [ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil : Afirac, 2001]. Paris, France
The international conference for human-animal interactions, sponsored by the International Association for Human-Animal Interactions Organizations (www.iahaio.org/html/about.htm) is held every three years. The conference secretariat for the 7th-9th conferences is Afirac, 32 rue
de Trevise, 75009 (www.afirac.org). Paris
International Society for AnthroZoology. Conference (10th : 2001 :
). Human-animal conflict : exploring the relationships with conflict between humans and other animals : ISAZ 10th Anniversary Conference : program and abstracts of the conference, Davis, Calif. at Universityof California , Davis August 2nd-4th, 2001. [ ] : UC Center for Animal Alternatives, Davis, CA , Schoolof Veterinary Medicine , Universityof California ,  Davis
The International Society for AnthroZoology. is a small society with annual meetings held annually, alternating between
Europeand North America.. Some of its meetings remain unpublished; some are available at the ISAZ web site (www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/CCAB/ISAZ/).
Mack, Arien (editor). Humans and other animals.
: Columbus Press, 1999. Ohio State University
Book form publication of the introductions and papers presented at the conference In the Company of Animals, held April 1995 at the New School, New York, and originally published in Social Forces, 62(3), Fall 1995.
Manning, Aubrey; Serpell, James (editors). Animals and human society : changing perspectives.
; London : Routledge, 1994. New York
Paterson, David; Palmer, Mary (editors). The status of animals : ethics, education, and welfare.
, Wallingford : Published on behalf of the Humane Education Foundation by C.A.B. International, c1989. Oxon, UK
Robinson, Michael H; Tiger, Lionel (editors). Man & beast revisited.
: Smithsonian Institution Press, c1991. Washington
Papers and proceedings of a Smithsonian symposium.
Rothfels, Nigel (editor). Representing animals.
: Bloomington University Press, c2002. (Theories of contemporary culture ; v. 26). Indiana
Works on animals in art are many and multifaceted. Works of individual artists or photographers are not included here, with two exceptions. Selected here are works about the human-animal relationship as reflected in art, from both popular and high culture, which highlight particular animals, eg, cats, and individual "strains" in the history of art.
Ahl, Diane Cole (editor). Leonardo da Vinci's Sforza monument horse : the art and the engineering.
: Lehigh University Press, c1995. Bethlehem, PA
Baker, Steve. Picturing the beast : animals, identity and representation.
: Urbana Press, 2001. Universityof Illinois
: Manchester University Press, 1993. Manchester
Baker, Steve The postmodern animal.
: Reaktion Books, 2000. (Essays in art and culture). London
Balog, James. Anima : photographs & text.
: Arts Alternative Press, 1993. Boulder, CO
Balog, a photographer, depicts humans and chimpanzees in a series of stunning visual similies spanning the life cycle of both species.
Burnham, Dorothy K. To please the caribou : painted caribou-skin coats worn by the Naskapi, Montagnais, and Cree hunters of the
. Quebec-Labrador Peninsula : Seattle , c1992. Universityof Washington Press
Chauvet, Jean-Marie; Brunel Deschamps, Eliette; Hillaire, Christian. Dawn of art : the Chauvet cave, the oldest known paintings in the world.
: Abrams, 1996. Translation of: La Grotte Chauvet a Vallon-Pont d'Arc ( New York : Seuil, c1995) Paris
Clottes, Jean; Courtin, Jean. The cave beneath the sea : paleolithic images at Cosquer.
: Abrams, 1996. New York
Translation of: La Grotte Cosquer : peintures et graveurs de la grotte engloutie (
: Seuil, c1994). Paris
Dale, Rodney. Cats in books : a celebration of cat illustration through the ages.
: Abrams, 1997. New York
Edney, Andrew. Cat : wild cats and pampered pets.
: Watson-Guptill, 1999. New York
Epstein, Marc Michael. Dreams of subversion in medieval Jewish art & literature.
: University Park State University Press, c1997. Pennsylvania
Evans, Justin B. The art of the horse : reflections of the past.
: Tiburon, CA Pub., 1991. Wood River
"Magazine covers and illustrations, picture postcards, advertising illustrations."
Fairley, John. The art of the horse.
: Abbeville Press, 1995. New York
Fraley, Tobin. The great American carousel : a century of master craftsmanship.
: Chronicle Books, c1994. San Francisco
Gibson, Robin. The face in the corner : animals in portraits from the collections of the National Portrait Gallery.
: The Gallery, c1998. London
Houlihan, Patrick F. The animal world of the pharaohs.
; London : Thames & Hudson, 1996. New York
Houlihan, Patrick F; Goodman, S M. The birds of ancient
. Egypt : Aris & Phillips, 1986. London
Jackson, Christine E. Bird etchings : the illustrators and their books, 1655-1855.
: Ithaca, NY Press, 1985. Cornell University
Jackson, Christine E. Great bird paintings of the world.
, Woodbridge : Antique Collectors' Club Ltd, 1993-1994. Suffolk
Lavitt, Wendy. Animals in American folk art.
: Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1990. New York
Malek, Jaromir. The cat in ancient
. Egypt : London Press, 1993. British Museum
Moncrieff, Elspeth; Joseph, Stephen; Joseph,
Iona. Farm animal portraits. , Woodbridge : Antique Collectors' Club, c1996. Suffolk
Morphy, Howard (editor). Animals into art. London ; Boston, MA : Unwin Hyman, 1989. (One World Archaeology ; 7)
Chiefly papers from the World Archaeological Congress held in September 1986 in Southampton on prehistoric and primitive art, with an emphasis on petroglyphs and rock art.
Pasquier, Roger F; Farrand, John. Masterpieces of bird art : 700 years of ornithological illustration.
: Abbeville Press, [c1991] New York
Roberts, Allen F; Thompson, Carol A. Animals in African art : from the familiar to the marvelous.
: Museum for Modern Art ; New York : Prestel-Verlag, 1995. Munich
Secord, William. A breed apart : the art collection of the American Kennel Club and the
of the Dog. American Kennel Club Museum : Antique Collectors' Club, 2001. Woodbridge
Taylor, Pamela York. Beasts, birds, and blossoms in Thai art.
; Kuala Lumpur : New York Press, 1994. (The Oxford University Asiacollection).
Thenain, Thierry. Monkey painting. Rev. & expanded ed.
: Reaktion Books, 1997. London
Translation of: La peinture des singes :histoire et esthetique (Paris : Syros/Alternatives, 1990).
Zuckerman, Solly. The ape in myth and art. Limited ed. S.l. :
Freeman, Milton MR; Kellert, Stephen R. Public attitudes to whales : results of a six-country survey.
: School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, CT ; Yale University : Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Edmonton ,  Universityof Alberta
Out of many, this has been chosen to represent Stephen Kellert's publications on attitudes of the public toward wild animals.
Hoage, R J (editor). Perceptions of animals in American culture.
: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1989. (National Zoological Park Symposia for the Public Series) Washington, DC
Kellert, Stephen R;
, Joyce K. Knowledge, affection and basic attitudes toward animals in American society. Berry : Washington, DC Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service ; For sale by the Supt. of U.S. G.P.O., [1982?]. Docs., U.S.
Out of many, this also has been chosen to represent Stephen Kellert's publications on attitudes of the public toward wild animals.
Mordi, A Richard. Attitudes toward wildlife in
. Botswana : New York , 1991. (The environment--problems and solutions). Garland
Responsive Management (Firm). Wildlife and the American mind : public opinion on and attitudes toward fish and wildlife management ; prepared and edited by the Responsive Management national office ; Mark Damian Duda ... [et al.].
: Responsive Management, c1998. Harrisonburg, VA
Ryder, Richard D. Animal revolution : changing attitudes towards speciesism.
; Oxford, UK : B. Blackwell, 1989. Cambridge, MA
As much on British attitudes as on the British history of animal welfare and rights.
Works listed here are a selection of those which address the history and social impact of domestic animals.
Barloy, Jean-Jacques. Man and animals : 100 centuries of friendship.
; London : Gordon & Cremonesi, c1978. New York
Translation of: Les animaux domestiques : cent siecles de vie commune entre l'homme et l'animal (Paris : Editions France-Empire, 1974) in the series L'Homme face a la nature ; 14.
Bateson, Patrick. The behavioural and physiological effects of culling
; report to the Council of the National Trust by Professor Bateson. red deer : The National Trust, 1997. London
Bulliet, Richard W. The camel and the wheel. Morningside ed.
: New York Press, 1990. Columbia University
Reprint, with new preface, of original ed.:
: Harvard University Press, 1975. Cambridge, MA
Caras, Roger A. A perfect harmony : the intertwining lives of animals and humans throughout history.
: Simon & Schuster, c1996. New York
Cheeke, Peter R. Contemporary issues in animal agriculture. 2nd ed.
: Interstate Publishers, c1999. Danville, IL
First ed. published under title: Impacts of livestock production on society, diet/health and the environment (
: Interstate Publishers, c1993). Danville, IL
Clutton-Brock, Juliet (editor). The walking larder : patterns of domestication, pastoralism, and predation.
; London : Unwin Hyman, 1989. (One World archaeology). Boston, MA
Chiefly proceedings from the World Archaeological Congress held in Sept. 1986 in
. Southampton, England
Collins, Billie Jean (editor). A history of the animal world in the ancient Near East.
; Leiden : Brill, 2002. (Handbook of Oriental studies. Section 1, Near and Middle East ; v. 64). Boston, MA
English, Peter; Burgess, Gethyn; Segundo, Ricardo; Dunne, John. Stockmanship : improving the care of the pig and other livestock.
: Farming Press, 1992. Ipswich, UK
Fabre-Vassas, Claudine. The singular beast : Jews, Christians & the pig.
: New York University Press, c1997. (European perspectives). Columbia
Translation of: La bete singulier : les juifs, les chretiens et le cochon (
: Gallimard, c1994). Paris
Fiddes, Nick. Meat : a natural symbol.
; London : Routledge, c1991. New York
Grandin, T (editor). Livestock handling and transport. 2nd ed.
, Wallingford : CABI Pub., c2000. Oxon, UK
Hedgepeth, William. The hog book.
: Athens , 1998. Universityof Georgia Press
Originally published : Garden City, NY : Doubleday, 1978.
Hehn, Victor. Cultivated plants and domesticated animals in their migration from
Asiato Europe: historico-linguistic studies. New ed. prepared by
James P. Mallory.
: John Benjamins, 1976. ( Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science. Series I, Amsterdam classics in linguistics, 1800-1925 ; v. 7). Amsterdam
Translation of Kulturpflanzen und Haustiere in ihren ubergang von Asien nach Griechenland und Italien. (
: Bruder Borntraeger). Berlin
Reprint of the translated edition published under the title: The wanderings of plants and animals from their first home (London : Swan, Sonnenschein, 1885).
Hemmer, Helmut. Domestication : the decline of environmental appreciation. 2nd ed.
[ Cambridge ] ; UK : New York Press, 1990. Cambridge University
Translation of: Domestikation : Verarmung der Merkwelt (Wiesbaden :Vieweg, 1983).
Publisher's description: www.loc.gov/catdir/description/cam023/89009993.html
Table of contents: www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/cam019/89009993.html
Hemsworth, Paul H; Coleman, Grahame J. Human-livestock interactions : the stockperson and the productivity and welfare of intensively farmed animals.
, Oxon ; Wallingford : CAB International, c1998. New York
Iveson, Eve. Bred for the furrow : draft animals in agriculture.
: University of Berkeley, CA for Media and Independent Learning, 1990. videocassette. California Extension Center
Mourant, A E; Zeuner, F E (editors). Man and cattle. [
] : Royal Anthropological London & Instituteof Great Britain , 1963. (Occasional paper ; no.18). Ireland
Proceedings of a symposium on domestication at the Royal Anthropological Institute, 24-26 May 1960.
Russell, Nicholas. Like engend'ring like : heredity and animal breeding in early modern
. England : Cambridge Press, 1986. Cambridge University
Sauer, Carl O. Agricultural origins and dispersals : the domestication of animals and foodstuffs.
: MIT Press, . Cambridge, MA
Vialles, Noelie. Animal to edible.
; Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press ; Paris : Editions de la Maison des Sciences de L'homme, c1994. New York
Translation of: Sang et la chair : les abbattoirs de pays de l'Adour (
: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de L'homme, c1987). Paris
Folklore, legends & mythology. This literature is ancient, broad and deep. The selection given here covers no periodicals (there are a variety of them, some devoted to a single creature or author), and two reference works. The works selected attempt to cover individual types or species and a variety of cultures.
Lyman, Darryl. Dictionary of animal words and phrases.
: Jonathan David, c1994. Middle Village, NY
Rev. and enl. ed. of: Lyman, Darryl. The animal things we say (Middle Village, NY: Jonathan David, 1983).
Etymological dictionary of English figures of speech which refer to animals.
Sax, Boria. The mythical zoo : an encyclopedia of animals in world myth, legend, and literature.
: ABC-CLIO, c2001. Santa Barbara, CA
Aesop. The complete fables ; translated by Olivia and Robert Temple.
: Penguin, 1998. (Penguin classics). London
Arnold, A James (editor). Monsters, tricksters, and sacred cows : animal tales and American identities.
: University Press of Virginia, c1996. ( Charlottesville New WorldStudies)
Brown, Joseph Epes. Animals of the soul : sacred animals of the Oglala Sioux. Rev. ed.
; Shaftesbury : Element, 1998. Rockport, MA
Bruchac, Joseph. Dog people : native dog stories ; illustrated by Murv Jacob. Golden, CO : Fulcrum, c1995.
Fradkin, Arlene. Cherokee folk zoology : the animal world of a native American people, 1700-1838.
, New York , 1990. Garland
Franco-Lao, Meri. Sirens : symbols of seduction ; translated from the Italian by John Oliphant of Rossie in collaboration with the author. Rochester, VT:
Park Street Press, c1998.
Translation of: Sirene : da Omero ai pompieri. (Roma : A. Rotundo, 1985).
Gillespie, Angus K; Mechling, Jay (editors). American wildlife in symbol and story.
: Knoxville , c1987. Universityof Tennessee Press
Greene, Miranda J. Animals in Celtic life and myth.
; London : Routledge, 1992. New York
Hausman, Gerald; Hausman, Loretta. The mythology of cats : feline legend and lore through the ages.
: New York St. Martin's Press, c1998.
Hausman, Gerald; Hausman, Loretta. The mythology of dogs : canine legend and lore through the ages.
: New York St. Martin's Press, c1997.
Hunn, Eugene S. Tzeltal folk zoology : the classification of discontinuities in nature.
: Academic Press, c1977. (Language, thought, culture). New York
Hyde, Lewis. Trickster makes this world : mischief, myth, and art.
: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1998. New York
Leavy, Barbara Fuss. In search of the swan maiden : a narrative on folklore and gender.
: New York University Press, c1994. New York
Lewis, Jane E. The English fable: Aesop and literary culture, 1651-1740.
; Cambridge : New York Press, 1996. ( Cambridge University studies in eighteenth-century English literature and thought ; 28). Cambridge
Lomatuway'ma, Michael; Lomatuway'ma, Lorena; Namingha, Sidney. Hopi animal stories ; compiled and edited by Ekkehart Malotki.
: Lincoln , c2001. Universityof Nebraska Press
Lopez Austin, Alfredo. The myths of the opossum: pathways of Mesoamerican mythology. Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, c1993.
Translation of: Mitos del tlacuache : caminos de la mitologia mesoamericana (Mexico : Alianza Editorial Mexicana, 1990).
Medin, Douglas L; Atran, Scott (editors). Folkbiology.
: MIT Press, c1999. Cambridge, MA
Nitsch, Twylah. Creature teachers : a guide to spirit animals of the Native American tradition / Yehwehnode (Grandmother Twylah Nitsch).
: Continuum, 1997. New York
Olson, Dennis L. Shared spirits : wildlife and Native Americans.
: NorthWord Press, c1995. Minocqua, WI
Pijoan, Teresa. White wolf woman : Native American transformation myths.
: August House Publishers, 1992. Little Rock, AR
Porter, J R; Russell, W M S (editors). Animals in folklore.
Ipswich[ ] : D.S. Brewer ; Eng. : Roman & Littlefield for the Folklore Society, 1978. (Mistletoe books). Totowa, NJ
Rea, Amadeo M. Folk mammalogy of the
Northern Pimans. : Tucson Press, 1998. Universityof Arizona
Ross, Nina P. Of gods and dogs : Norse mythology.
: Towery, 1994. Memphis, TN
Salter, Candace. Dance of the dolphin : transformation and disenchantment in the Amazonian imagination.
: Chicago, IL , c1994. Universityof Chicago Press
Saunders, Nicholas J. The cult of the cat. New York : Thames and Hudson, 1991. (Art and imagination).
Sax, Boria. The serpent and the swan : the animal bride in folklore and literature. Blacksburg, VA : McDonald & Woodward, c1998.
Waddell, Helen. Beasts and saints ; translations by Helen Waddell ; woodcuts by Robert Gibbings. London : Constable, 1934.
Stories of saints and beasts, from the end of the fourth to the end of the twelfth century, translated from the original Latin.
White, David Gordon. Myths of the dog-man. Chicago, IL : University of Chicago Press, c1991.
Zipes, Jack (editor). The trials & tribulations of Little Red Riding Hood. 2nd ed. New York & London : Routledge, c1993.
Scholarly works about human-animal (and human-companion animal) relations as revealed by history and archaeology. Zooarchaeology is a well-defined, established discipline within archaeology and has international support. Twenty percent or so of the international, English language journal is composed of papers on zooarchaeology. Faunal reports from individual archaeological sites or papers on assemblages are not included here. Papers on assemblages are regularly presented and published not only in archaeological journals, but as part of topical conference proceedings, e.g., the Archaeology of Southwest Asia Working Group of the International Council for Archaeozoology, published as the series Archaeozoology of the Near East.
Archaeofauna. Madrid : Asociacion Espanola de Arqueozoologia.
Principally Spanish, with some English or French articles. For tables of contents and abstracts, see the web site www.unam.es/otros/RevistaArchaeofauna.htm
ArchaeoZoologia. Grenoble : La Pensee sauvage editions.
ISSN 0299-3600 Vols.9- also called: Bibliotheque d'archeozoologie. English or French. Journal of: the International Council for Archaeozoology.
Anreiter, Peter; Bartosiewicz, Laszlo; Jerem, Erzsebet; Meid, Wolfgang (editors). Man and the animal world : studies in archaeozoology, archaeology, anthropology and palaeolinguistics in memoriam Sandor Bokonyi. Budapest : Archaeolingua, 1997. (Archaeolingua ; v. 8).
Baratay, Eric; Hardouin-Fugier, Elisabeth. Zoos : a history of zoological gardens in the West. London : Reaktion Books, 2002.
Translation of : Zoos : histoire des jardins zoologiques en Occident (XVIe-XXe siecle) (Paris : La Decouverte, 1998).
Benes, Peter; Benes, Jane Montague (editors). New England's creatures, 1400-1900. Boston, MA : Boston University, 1995. (The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings ; 1993).
Birr, Ursula; Krakauer, Gerald; Osiander. Dog's best friend : journey to the roots of an ancient partnership. Rochester, VT : Park Street Press, 1999.
Translation of Abenteuer Hund : der Hund als Haustier in verschiedenen Kulturen (Berlin : CVK, 1996)
Borowski, Oded. Every living thing : daily use of animals in ancient Israel. Walnut Creek, CA : AltaMira Press, c1998.
Brewer, Douglas J; Redford, Donald B; Redford, Susan. Domestic plants and animals : the ancient Egyptian origins. Warminster, UK : Aris & Phillips, 1994. (The natural history of ancient Egypt ; 3).
Butler, Eva L; Hadloch, Wendell D. Dogs of the northeastern Woodland Indians. Bar Harbor, ME : Robert Abbe Museum, 1994. (Bulletin, Robert Abbe Museum ; no.13).
Reprint of the 1949 classic, originally published in the Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society.
Camp, John McK. Horses and horsemanship in the Athenian agora. [Athens] : American School of Classical Studies at Athens, c1998. (Excavations of the Athenian agora. Picture book ; no.24).
Clutton-Brock, Juliet. Cats, ancient and modern. Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 1993 [c1998].
American edition of : The British Museum book of cats, ancient and modern.
Clutton-Brock, Juliet. Horse power : a history of the horse and the donkey in human societies. Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 1992.
Clutton-Brock, Juliet. A natural history of domesticated mammals. 2nd ed. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
First published as: Domesticated animals from early times (Austin : University of Texas Press, 1981).
Creager, Angela N H; Jordan, William Chester (editors). The animal-human boundary : historical perspectives. Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 2002. (Studies in comparative history ; 2).
Crockford, Susan J. Osteometry of Makah and Coast Salish dogs ; with a contribution by Nobuo Shigehara, Satoru Onodera and Moriharu Eto. Burnaby, BC : Archaeology Press, Dept. of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, c1997. (Publication ; no.22).
Dinsmore, James J. A country so full of game : the story of wildlife in Iowa. Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, c1994.
Donalson, Malcolm Drew. The domestic cat in Roman civilization. Lewiston, NY : Edwin Mellen Press, c1999. (Studies in classics ; v.9).
Evans, E. P. The criminal prosecution and capital punishment of animals. Union, N.J. : Lawbook Exchange, 1998.
Originally published: New York : Dutton,1906.
Flaherty, Eugene D. Wild animals and settlers on the Great Plains. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, c1994.
Flores, Nona C (editor). Animals in the Middle Ages : a book of essays. New York ; London : Garland, 1996. (Garland medieval casebooks ; v.13. Garland reference library of the humanities ; v.1716).
Fudge, Erica; Gilbert, Ruth; Wiseman, Susan (editors). At the borders of the human : beasts, bodies and natural philosophy in the early modern period. Basingstoke, UK : Macmillan ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Based on papers from an informal colloquium held at the University of London in 1995.
Fudge, Erica. Perceiving animals : humans and beasts in early modern English culture. Basingstoke, UK : Macmillan ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Grant, Robert M. Early Christians and animals. London ; New York : Routledge, 1999.
Henninger-Voss, Mary J (editor). Animals in human histories : the mirror of nature and culture. Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, c2002. (Studies in comparative history ; 1).
Hyland, Ann. Equus : the horse in the Roman world. London : Batsford, 1990.
Hyland, Ann. The horse in the Middle Ages. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK : Sutton Pub., 1999.
Jones, Charles Edwin. The day they hung the elephant. Johnson City, Tenn. : Overmountain Press, c1992.
"Murderous Mary," an elephant, was hanged for murder in Erwin, Tennessee, 1916.
Kete, Kathleen. The beast in the boudoir : petkeeping in nineteenth-century Paris. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1994.
MacDonogh, Katherine. Reigning cats and dogs : a history of pets at court since the Renaissance. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
Malcolmson, Robert W; Mastoris, Stephanos. The English pig : a history. London ; Rio Grande, OH : Hambledon Press, 1998.
Malek, Jaromir. The cat in ancient Egypt. London : British Museum Press, 1993.
Osborn, Dale J; Osbornova, Jana. The mammals of ancient Egypt. Warminster, UK : Aris & Phillips, 1998. (The natural history of Egypt ; vol.4).
Peterkin, Gail Larsen; Bricker, Harvey M; Mellars, Paul (editors). Hunting and animal exploitation in the later Palaeolithic and Mesolithic of Eurasia. Washington, DC : American Anthropological Association, c1993. (Archeological papers of the American Anthropological Association ; no.4).
Ritvo, Harriet. The animal estate : the English and other creatures in the Victorian Age. Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 1987.
Ritvo, Harriet. The platypus and the mermaid, and other figments of the classifying imagination. Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press, 1997.
Robbins, Louise E. Elephant slaves and pampered parrots : exotic animals in eighteenth-century Paris. Baltimore, MD : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. (Animals, history, culture).
Rudwick, Martin J S. Scenes from deep time : early pictorial representations of the prehistoric world. Chicago, IL : University of Chicago Press, 1992.
Salisbury, Joyce E. The beast within : animals in the Middle Ages.
: Routledge, 1994. New York
Schmitt, Jean-Claude. The holy greyhound : Guinefort, healer of children since the thirteenth century.
: Cambridge Press, 1983. ( Cambridge University studies in oral and literate culture ; 6). Cambridge
Translation of : Le saint levrier : Guinefort, guerisseur d'enfants depuis le XIIIe siecle (
: Flammarion, c1979). Paris
. A history of dogs in the early Marion . Americas : Yale University Press, c1997. New Haven, CT
Sterckx, Roel. The animal and the daemon in early
. China : State Albany , c2002. (SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture). Universityof New York Press
The cultural perception of animals in early Chinese thought.
Swabe, Joanna. Animals, disease, and human society : human-animal relations and the rise of veterinary medicine.
; London : Routledge, 1999. New York
Thurston, Mary E. Lost history of the canine race : our 15,000-year love affair with dogs.
: Andrews and McMeel, c1996. Kansas City, MO
Toynbee, J. M. C. Animals in Roman life and art. Johns Hopkins paperbacks ed.
: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Baltimore
: Thames & Hudson, 1973 in the series Aspects of Greek and Roman life. London
Wendt, Lloyd M. Dogs : a historical journal ; the human/dog connection through the centuries.
: Howell Book House, c1996. New York
Books listed here include: theories of human-animal relationships; critiques of the relations between nature, including animals, and humans, as well as human relations with animals in general and in particular; discussions of special areas (e.g., biophilia, totemism) and individual species, as well as reasonably comprehensive textbooks.
Adams, Carol J; Donovan, Josephine (editors). Animals and women : feminist theoretical explorations.
: Duke University Press, c1995. Durham
Akhtar, Salman; Volkan, Vamik (editors). Cultural zoo : animals in the human mind and its sublimations.
: International Universities Press, c2003. Madison, CT
Archetti, Eduardo P. Guinea-pigs : food, symbol and conflict of knowledge in
. Ecuador ; Oxford : Berg, 1997. (Global issues). New York
Arluke, Arnold; Sanders, Clinton R. Regarding animals. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. (Animals, culture, and society).
Bleakley, Alan. The animalizing imagination : totemism, textuality and ecocriticism. New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Brightman, Robert A. Grateful prey : Rock Cree human-animal relationships. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1993.
Bryld, Mette Marie; Lykke, Nina. Cosmodolphins : feminist cultural studies of technology, animals, and the sacred. London ; New York : Zed Books, c2000.
Corbey, Raymond; Theunissen, Bert (editors). Ape, man, apeman : changing views since 1600 ; evaluative proceedings of the Symposium Ape, Man, Apeman : Changing Views Since 1600, Leiden, The Netherlands, 28 June-1 July 1993. Leiden : Dept. of Prehistory, Leiden University, 1995.
Crist, Eileen. Images of animals : anthropomorphism and animal mind. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1998.
Davis, Hank; Balfour, Dianne (editors). The inevitable bond : examining scientist-animal interactions. New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.
Dene Wodih Society; Moore, Patrick; Wheelock, Angela (editors). Wolverine myths and visions : Dene traditions from northern Alberta. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1990. (Studies in the anthropology of North American Indians).
Doak, Wade. Friends in the sea : solo dolphins in New Zealand and Australia. Auckland, N.Z. : Hodder Moa Beckett, c1995.
Ellis, Richard. Monsters of the sea. New York : Knopf, 1994.
Franklin, Adrian. Animals and modern cultures : a sociology of human-animal relations in modernity. London ; Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage, 1999.
Ham, Jennifer; Senior, Matthew (editors). Animal acts : configuring the human in Western history. New York ; London : Routledge, 1997.
Ingold, Tim (editor). What is an animal? London ; Boston, MA : Unwin Hyman, 1988. (One world archaeology ; 1).
Chiefly proceedings from the World Archaeological Congress held in Sept. 1986 in Southampton, England.
Kellert, Stephen R. Kinship to mastery : biophilia in human evolution and development. Washington, DC : Island Press, c1997.
Knight, John (editor). Natural enemies : people-wildlife conflicts in anthropological perspective. London ; New York : Routledge, 2000. (European Association of Social Anthropologists).
Some of the papers originally were presented at a workshop convened as a part of the 5th conference of the European Association of Social Anthropology held at the Goethe University in Frankfurt in September 1998
Lauck, Joanne Elizabeth. The voice of the infinite in the small : re-visioning the insect-human connection. Rev. ed. Boston, MA : Shambhala, 2002.
Lawrence, Elizabeth Atwood. Hoofbeats and society : studies of human-horse interactions. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1985.
Lawrence, Elizabeth Atwood. Hunting the wren : transformation of bird to symbol : a study in human-animal relationships. Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, c1997.
Lilly, John C. Lilly on dolphins : humans of the sea. Garden City, NY : Anchor Press, 1975.
Revised edition of two books: Man and dolphin, and The mind of the dolphin
Livingston, John A. Rogue primate : an exploration of human domestication. Boulder, CO : Roberts Rinehart, c1994.
Masson, Jeffrey Moussaieff; McCarthy, Susan. When elephants weep : the emotional life of animals. London : Cape, c1994.
A plea for the recognition of emotional commonalities between people and other animals.
Morales, Edmundo. The guinea pig : healing, food, and ritual in the Andes. Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c1995.
Morris, Brian. Animals and ancestors : an ethnography. Oxford, UK ; New York : Berg, 2000.
Nollman, Jim. The charged border : where whales and humans meet. New York : Henry Holt, 1999.
Noske, Barbara. Beyond boundaries : humans and other animals. Montreal ; New York : Black Rose, c1997.
Peterson, Dale; Goodall, Jane. Visions of Calaban : on chimpanzees and people. Boston, MA : Houghton Mifflin, 1992.
Philo, Chris; Wilbert, Chris (editors). Animal spaces, beastly places : new geographies of human-animal relations. London ; New York : Routledge, 2000. (Critical geographies ; 10).
Rowan, Andrew N; Weer, Joan C. Animals in society : a curriculum developed by the Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine Center for Animals and Public Policy. [North Grafton, MA] : The Center, [c1992] text, visual aids and slides.
Sabloff, Annabelle. Reordering the natural world : humans and animals in the city. Toronto ;
Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, c2001.
Salem, Deborah J; Rowan, Andrew N (editors). The state of the animals, 2001. Washington, DC : Humane Society Press, c2001. (Humane policy series)
New editions of this title are planned for biennial publication.
Sands, Kathleen Mullen. Charreria Mexicana. Tucson : University of Arizona Press, 1993.
Scigliano, Eric. Love, war, and circuses : the age-old relationship between elephants and humans. New York : Houghton Mifflin, 2002.
Serpell, James. In the company of animals : a study of human-animal relationships. [New ed.] Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Indispensable to the study of human-animal interactions.
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Shepard, Paul. The others : how animals made us human. Washington, DC : Island Press, c1996.
Soave, Orland. The animal/human bond : a cultural survey. 2nd ed. Lanham : Austin & Winfield, c2000.
Thapar, Valmik. The tiger's destiny. London : Kyle Cathie, c1992.
Thomas, Keith. Man and the natural world : changing attitudes in England, 1500-1800. New York : Oxford University Press, 1996.
Originally published: London : Allen Lane, 1983.
Tobias, Michael; Solisti-Mattelon, Kate (editors). Kinship with the animals. Hillsboro, OR : Beyond Words Pub., c1998.
Wheatley, Bruce Panton. The sacred monkeys of Bali. Prospect Heights, IL : Waveland Press, c1999.
Wolch, Jennifer; Emel, Jody (editors). Animal geographies : place, politics, and identity in the nature-culture borderlands. London ; New York : Verso, c1998.
Works listed here are from historical, cultural, and anthropological vantage points. Ethical issues are discussed, but not directly.
Bergman, Charles. Orion's legacy : a cultural history of man as hunter. New York : Dutton, c1996.
Billinghurst, Jane (editor). The spirit of the whale : legend, history, conservation. Stillwater, MN : Voyageur Press, c2000.
Cartmill, Matt. A view to a death in the morning : hunting and nature through history. Cambridge, Mass : Harvard University Press, 1993.
Dizard, Jan E. Going wild : hunting, animal rights, and the contested meaning of nature. Rev. and expanded ed. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, c1999.
Eaton, Randall L. The sacred hunt : hunting as a sacred path ; an anthology. Ashland, OR : Sacred Press, c1998.
Eaton, Randall L. The sacred hunt . Enterprise, OR : Sacred Films, c1997. videocassette and reader.
Hufford, Mary. Chaseworld : foxhunting and storytelling in New Jersey's Pine Barrens. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1992. (Publications of the American Folklore Society, New Series).
Hummel, Richard. Hunting and fishing for sport : commerce, controversy, popular culture. Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1994. (Sports series).
Kerasote, Ted. Bloodties : nature, culture, and the hunt. New York : Random House, c1993.
Lowenstein, Tom. Ancient land, sacred whale : the Inuit hunt and its rituals. 1st North Point Press ed. New York : North Point Press, c1993.
Manning, Roger B. Hunters and poachers : a cultural and social history of unlawful hunting in England, 1485-1640. Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, c1993.
McCartney, Allen P (editor). Hunting the largest animals : native whaling in the western Arctic and subarctic. Alberta : Canadian Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta, c1995. (Studies in whaling ; no.3. Occasional publication ; no.36).
Pelly, David. Sacred hunt : a portrait of the relationship between seals and Inuit. Vancouver, BC : Greystone Books ; Seattle : University of Washington Press, c2001.
Petersen, David. Heartsblood : hunting, spirituality, and wildness in America. Washington, DC : Island Press, c2000.
Warren, Louis S. The hunter's game : poachers and conservationists in twentieth-century America. New Haven : Yale University Press, c1997. (Yale historical publications).
The literature of animals, as well as the critical work on it, is broad and deep. Animal fables are included in the section for folklore, legends, and mythology. With one exception, anthologies are the only works cited here.
Adcock, Fleur; Simms, Jacqueline (editors). The Oxford book of creatures. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c1995.
Aisenberg, Nadya. We animals : poems of our world, edited and with essays by Nadya Aisenberg. San Francisco : Sierra Club Books, 1989.
Bast, Felicity (editor). The poetical cat : an anthology. New York : Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1995.
Carpenter, Jill (editor). Of frogs & toads : an ode to toads and their kin ... : poems and short prose featuring amphibians. Sewanee, TN : Ione Press, 1998.
Dunn, Carolyn; Comfort, Carol (editors). Through the eye of the deer : an anthology of Native American women writers. San Francisco : Aunt Lute Books, c1999.
Literary collection of Native American women authors, folklore, and animal folklore.
Harrison, Michael; Stuart-Clark, Christopher. Oxford book of animal poems. Oxford : Oxford University Press, c1992.
Hodgson, Barbara. The rat : a perverse miscellany. Berkeley, CA : Ten Speed Press, c1997.
Hogan, Linda; Metzger, Deena; Peterson, Brenda (editors). Intimate nature : the bond between women and animals. New York : Fawcett Columbine, c1998.
Hollander, John (editor). Animal poems. New York : Knopf, 1994. (Everyman's library pocket poets).
Lutts, Ralph H (editor). The wild animal story. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, c1998. (Animals, culture, and society).
Nigg, Joseph (editor). The book of fabulous beasts : a treasury of writings from ancient times to the present. New York : Oxford University Press,
Robbins, Maria Polushkin. Puss in books. 1st Ecco ed. Hopewell, NJ : Ecco Press, 1998.
Quotations about cats. Originally published: New York : Dutton, 1994.
Rogers, Katharine M. The cat and the human imagination : feline images from Bast to Garfield. Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1998.
Schweid, Richard. The cockroach papers : a compendium of history and lore. New York : Four Walls Eight Windows, c1999.
Sharp, Tim (editor). Animals forever : an anthology of verse. Woodston, UK : Arrival Press, c1995.
Way, Olwen (editor). The poetry of horses : a collection. London, J. A. Allen, 1994.
Works selected for inclusion here reflect human relations with individual non-domesticated species or may involve a variety of viewpoints: anthropology, biology, folklore, history, natural history, sociology, etc.
Auger, Janene; Black, Hal L (editors). Proceedings of the Fifth Western Black Bear Workshop, 22-25 February 1994, Provo, Utah : human-black
bear interactions. Provo, UT : Brigham Young University Press, 1995.
Bolgiano, Chris. Mountain lion : an unnatural history of pumas and people. Mechanicsburg, PA : Stackpole Books, c1995.
Boomgaard, P. Frontiers of fear : tigers and people in the Malay world, 1600-1950. New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, c2001. (Yale agrarian studies series).
Bostoce, John R. Whales, ice and men : the history of whaling in the western Arctic. Seattle : University of Washington, 1995, c1986.
"Second printing, with corrections."
Brown, David E; Carmony, Neil B. Gila monster : facts and folklore of America's Aztec lizard. 2nd ed. Silver City, NM : High-Lonesome Books, c1991.
Carroll, David M. Trout reflections : a natural history of trout and its world. New York : St Martin's Press, 1993.
Child, Graham. Wildlife and people - the Zimbabwean Success : how the conflict between animals and people became progress for both. Harare ; New York : WISDOM Foundation, 1995.
DeBruyn, Terry D. Walking with bears. New York : Lyons Press, c1999.
Diamond, Judy; Bond, Alan B. Kea, bird of paradox : the evolution and behavior of a New Zealand parrot. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1999.
Divyabhanusinh. The end of a trail : the cheetah in India. 2nd ed. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002.
Fouts, Roger; Mills, Stephen Tukel. Next of kin : what chimpanzees have taught me about who we are. New York : William Morrow, c1997.
Fuentes, Agustin; Wolfe, Linda D. (editors). Primates face to face : conservation implications of human- nonhuman primate interconnections.
UK : New York Press, 2002. ( Cambridge University studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology ; 29). Cambridge
Galdikas, Birute M. F. Reflections of
: my years with the orangutans of Eden Borneo. : Little, Brown, c1995. Boston
Goodall, Jane. In the shadow of man.
: Collins, 1971. London
Greene, Harry W. Snakes : the evolution of mystery in nature.
: Berkeley , c1997. Universityof California Press
Haraway, Donna. Primate visions : gender, race, and nature in the world of modern science.
: Routledge, 1989. New York
Hillyard, Paul. The book of the spider : a compendium of arachnofacts and eight-legged lore.
: Random, 1996, c1994. New York
Hutto, Joseph. Illumination in the flatwoods : a season with the wild turkeys.
: Lyons & Burford, c1995. New York
Jahme, Carole. Beauty and the beasts : woman, ape and evolution.
: Virago, c2000. London
Johnston, Richard F; Janiga, Marian. Feral pigeons.
: New York University Press, c1995. Oxford
Kruuk, H (editor). Hunter and hunted : the relationship between carnivores and people.
: New York Press, 2002. Cambridge University
Leach, Michael. The great apes : our face in nature's mirror.
: Blandford, 1996. London
Lever, Christopher. Naturalized animals : the ecology of successfully introduced species.
: T & A D Poyser, 1994. (T & A D Poyser natural history). London
Lindsay, Charles. Turtle islands : Balinese ritual and the green turtle.
: Takarajima Books, 1995. New York
McNeely, Jeffrey A; Sochaczewski, Paul Spencer. Soul of the tiger : searching for nature's answers in
Southeast Asia. : Honolulu Press, . (A Kolowalu book). Universityof Hawaii
Previously published :
: Oxford University Press, 1991. Oxford
Nelson, Richard. Heart and blood : living with deer in
. America : Knopf ; distributed by Random House, 1997. New York
Paddle, Robert. The last Tasmanian tiger : the history and extinction of the thylacine.
: Cambridge Press, 2000. Cambridge University
Pitre, Glen. The crawfish book : the story of man and mudbugs starting in 25,000 B.C. and ending with the batch just put on to boil.
: University Press of Mississippi, c1993. Jackson
Price, A Lindsay. Swans of the world : in nature, history, myth & art.
: Council Oak Books, 1994. Tulsa, OK
The publisher says an index will be included in the second printing,
Quammen, David. The song of the dodo : island biogeography in an age of extinctions.
: Scribner, c1996. New York
Ringis, Rita. Elephants of
in myth, art, and reality. Thailand ; Kuala Lumpur : Oxford University Press, c1996. New York
Rowan, Andrew N; Weer, Joan C (editors). Living with wildlife : the biology and sociology of suburban deer and beaver. N.
: Grafton, Mass. for Animals and Public Policy, 1996. Tufts Center
Saller, Martin; Groning, Karl. Elephants : a cultural and natural history. English ed.
: Konemann, c1999. Cologne
Saunders, Nicholas J (editor). Icons of power : feline symbolism in the
. Americas ; London : Routledge, 1998. New York
Schullery, Paul (editor). The mark of the bear : legend and lore of an American icon.
Mar, CA : Tehabi Books, c1996. Del
Scullery, Paul (editor). The
Yellowstonewolf : a guide and sourcebook. : High Plains Publ. Co., c1996. Worland, WY
L. Wildlife tourism. Myra ; London : International Thomson Business Press, 1996. (Tourism and hospitality management series) Boston, MA
Shepard, Paul; Sanders, Barry. The sacred paw : the bear in nature, myth, and literature.
: Viking, 1985. New York
Swanson, Diane. Coyotes in the crosswalk : true tales of animal life in the wilds of the city.
: Voyageur Press, c1995. Stillwater, MN
Taylor, Victoria J; Dunstone, Nigel (editors). The exploitation of mammal populations.
; London : Chapman & Hall, c1996. New York
A selection of peer-reviewed and edited papers from the conference jointly organized by the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare and the Mammal Society on 25 and 26 November 1994.
Terman, Max R. Messages from an owl.
: Princeton, NJ PrincetonUniversity Press, c1996
The great horned owl in the wild and as a pet!
Out of the recent proliferation of books on zoos and captive animals, the following is a selection from both critical and supportive writers. Heini Hediger, who wrote extensively on zoo animal behavior, is considered one of the pioneers in the improvement of their environment and care.
Bostock, Stephen StC. Zoos and animal rights : the ethics of keeping animals.
; London : Routledge, 1993. New York
Burghardt, Gordon M; Bielitzki, Joseph T; Boyce, John R; Schaeffer, Dorcas O (editors) The well-being of animals in zoo and aquarium sponsored research.
: Scientists' Center for Animal Welfare, 1996. Greenbelt, Md.
Davis, Susan G. Spectacular nature : corporate culture and the Sea World experience.
: Berkeley , c1997. Universityof California Press
Desmond, Jane. Staging tourism : bodies on display from
Waikikito Sea World. : Chicago, IL , c1999. Universityof Chicago Press
Hancocks, David. A different nature : the paradoxical world of zoos and their uncertain future.
: Berkeley , c2001. Universityof California Press
. Animal attractions : nature on display in American zoos. Elizabeth : Princeton, NJ Press, 2002. Princeton University
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Hediger, Heini. Man and animal in the zoo ; zoo biology.
, Delacorte Press . New York
Translation of: Mensch und Tier im Zoo : Tiergarten-Biologie (Ruschlikon-Zurich : H. Muller, 1965).
Hediger, Heini. The psychology and behaviour of animals in zoos and circuses.
: New York Publications, . Dover
Translation of : Skizzen zu einer Tierpsychologie im Zoo und im Zirkus (Stuttgart : Europa-Verlag, 1954).
: Criterion Books, c1955. New York
Malamud, Randy. Reading zoos : representations of animals and captivity.
: New York Press, 1998. New York University
Mullan, Bob; Marvin, Garry. Zoo culture. 2nd ed.
: Urbana , c1999. Universityof Illinois Press
Nicholas, Michael. Keepers of the kingdom : the new American zoo ; photographs and introduction by Michael Nichols.
: New York
A photographic essay on the twenty-first century zoo and contributions on current trends in zoos.
Page, Jake; Maier, Franz. Zoo--the modern ark.
: Facts on File, c1990. New York
Rothfels, Nigel. Savages and beasts : the birth of the modern zoo.
: Johns Hopkins University Press, c2002. (Animals, history, culture). Baltimore, MD
David C Anderson