EASE project publications

Books

Badman-King, A. forthcoming-b. Growing in Goodness – Towards a Symbiotic Ethics, UK, Routledge.

Eason, F. forthcoming-a. Human-Canine Collaboration in Care: Doing Diabetes, London, UK, Routledge.

Hurn, S. forthcoming-b. Baboon, London, UK, Reaktion (Animal Series).

Hurn, S. forthcoming-c. Human-Animal Farm: A Multi-Species Ethnography of Rural Social Networks, London, UK, Routledge.

Book Sections

Hauskeller, M. & Rice, T. in press. A Jungly Feeling: the Atmospheric Design of Zoos. In: GRIFFERO, T. (ed.) Atmospheres and Aesthetics: a plural perspective. London, UK: Palgrave MacMillan. http://hdl.handle.net/10871/34753.

Badman-King, A. in preparation-a. Towards a Symbiotic Ethics. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Badman-King, A. in preparation-b. Living with street dogs. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Badman-King, A. in preparation-c. (In)complete bollocks: The ethics of neutering companion animals. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Eason, F. in preparation-a. Caring for street dogs. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Eason, F. in preparation-b. Symbiotic Ethics of Care. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Groling, J. in preparation. What is a dog? Comparative approaches to canids. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Groling, J. & Badman-King, A. in preparation. Practicalities of Symbiotic Ethics. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Hurn, S. in preparation-a. Who speaks for wolf? In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Hurn, S. in preparation-b. Introduction. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Hurn, S. in preparation-c. Multi-species ethnography. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Hurn, S. in preparation-d. International adoption. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

North, S. in preparation. Who’s a happy boy? Developing digital era technologies to automatically predict emotional states from the faces of street dogs. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

North, S. in preparation-b. Computational anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics: interactions between other animals, humans and our technology. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Rice, T. in preparation-a. Sound and Symbiotic Ethics. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Rice, T. in preparation-b. Difficult Material: sound recordings of Romanian street dog shelters. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Tails from the Street: Kinship with dogs and the politics of canine identity. UK: Routledge.

Tacey, I. in preparation-a. Some Complexities of Ethical Multispecies Research: working with indigenous peoples and animals. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Handbook of Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Tacey, I. in preparation-b. Poaching Tigers and Man-Tigers: the effects of species loss on Batek ontology in the age of the Anthropocene. In: HARDWICK, P. & HOOD, M. (eds.) The Animal Within: Exploring Ecologies of Human and Animal Relations in the Performing Arts of Southeast Asia. NUS Press.

Tacey, I. in preparation-c. Rearranging Cosmic Relations: Cosmopolitics in the Anthropocene. In: STEWART, P., STRATHERN, A., TORRI, D. & RIBOLI, D. (eds.) Dealing with Disaster: Perspectives from Eco-Cosmologies. Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.

Hurn, S. forthcoming-a. Exposing the harm in euthanasia: Ahimsa and an alternative view on animal welfare as expressed in the beliefs and practices of the Skanda Vale ashram, west Wales. In: LINZEY, A. (ed.) Handbook of Religion and Animal Ethics. UK: Routledge.

Hurn, S. forthcoming-d. Bois y cobs: The place of autochthonous horses in rural Wales. In: GUEST, K. & MATTFELD, M. (eds.) Horse Breeds and Human Society: Purity, Identity and the Making of the Modern Horse. UK: Routledge.

Hurn, S. forthcoming-e. From the horse’s mouth. In: BUBANDT, N. O. (ed.) A non-secular Anthropocene: Morethanhuman Working Papers. Denmark: Aarhus University.

Rice, T. 2018b. Ethnographies of Sound. In: BULL, M. (ed.) Routledge Companion to Sound Studies. Oxford, UK and New York, USA: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138854253

Rice, T. 2018c. Acoustemology. In: CALLAN, H. (ed.) The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. London, UK: Wiley. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118924396. ISBN: 9781118924396

Hurn, S. 2017g. Human–Animal Relations (HAR). In: BEZANSON, M., MACKINNON, K. C., RILEY, E., CAMPBELL, C. J., NEKARIS, K., ESTRADA, A., FIORE, A. F. D., ROSS, S., JONESā€ENGEL, L. E., THIERRY, B., SUSSMAN, R. W., C. SANZ, LOUDON, J., ELTON, S. & FUENTES, A. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Primatology. Wiley. http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1002/9781119179313.wbprim0451.

Hurn, S. 2016d. Gifts for the gods? The present and future of sacrifice. In: MURRAY, C. A. (ed.) Diversity of Sacrifice: Form and Function of Sacrificial Practices in the Ancient World and Beyond. SUNY Press. ISBN: 1438459963

Hurn, S. 2016e. Land of beasts and dragons: Modern myth-making in rural Wales. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Anthropology and Cryptozoology: Exploring Encounters with Mysterious Creatures. UK: Routledge. ISBN: 9781409466758

Hurn, S. 2016f. Introduction. In: HURN, S. (ed.) Anthropology and Cryptozoology: Exploring Encounters with Mysterious Creatures. UK: Routledge. ISBN: 9781409466758

Journal Articles

Badman-King, A. forthcoming-a. (In)complete bollocks: The ethics of neutering companion animals – a response to Palmer, Corr and Sandoe. Anthrozoös.

Eason, F. forthcoming-b. Still ‘serving’ us? Mutualism in canine scent detection of human illness. Society & Animals.

Hurn, S. & Badman-King, A. forthcoming. Care as an alternative to euthanasia? Reconceptualising veterinary palliative and end of life care. Medical Anthropology Quarterly - American Anthropological Association for Society for Medical Anthropology (SMA). ISSN: 0745-5194

Hurn, S., Badman-King, A., Eason, F., Groling, J., Manea-Hauskeller, T., Onofrei, A., Rice, T. & Tacey, I. forthcoming-a. Who lets the dogs out? Assessing the context for, and implications of, conflicting interpretations of Romania’s stray dog management legislation. Journal of Animal Ethics, Species issue on Animal Law, Ethics and Legal Education.

Hurn, S., Badman-King, A., Eason, F., Groling, J., Manea-Hauskeller, T., Onofrei, A., Rice, T. & Tacey, I. forthcoming-b. Who lets the dogs out? Assessing the context for, and implications of, conflicting interpretations of Romania’s stray dog management legislation. Liverpool Law Review, Species issue on Animal Law, Ethics and Legal Education.

Marx, K. forthcoming-a. Transgressive Little Pests: Hiker descriptions of “shelter mice” on the Appalachian Trail. Anthrozoös.

Marx, K. forthcoming-b. “He’s so fluffy I’m gonna die!” Cute responses by hikers to autonomous animals on the Appalachian Trail. Anthrozoös.

Marx, K. 2018b. Hiker Narratives of Living among Bears on the Appalachian Trail. Society & Animals, 1, (10 Dec). pp.1-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15685306-12341547. ISSN: 1568-5306

Kraft, T. S., Venkataraman, V. V., Tacey, I., Dominy, N. J. & Endicott, K. M. 2018. Foraging Performance, Prosociality, and Kin Presence Do Not Predict Lifetime Reproductive Success in Batek Hunter-Gatherers. Human Nature, pp.1-27. ISSN: 1045-6767

Venkataraman, V. V., Yegian, A. K., Wallace, I. J., Holowka, N. B., Tacey, I., Gurven, M. & Kraft, T. S. 2018. Locomotor constraints favour the evolution of the human pygmy phenotype in tropical rainforests. Proc. R. Soc. B, 20181492. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2018.1492.

Marx, K. 2017a. Dystopian (Non)Fiction? Shteyngart, McCarthy and the Fall of the Animal Kingdom. eSharp: an international online journal for postgraduate research, 25: Rise and Fall, 1 (June). pp.1-11. https://www.gla.ac.uk/research/az/esharp/issues/25vol1spring2017-riseandfall/. ISSN: 1742-4542

Hurn, S. 2017f. Animals as producers, consumers and consumed: The complexities of trans-species sustenance in a multi-faith community. Ethnos, 82, 2, pp.213-231. ISSN: 0014-1844

Marx, K. 2017c. “It’s not that they sting you. It’s that they don’t sting you.” Beekeepers and the Narrative Construction of Human-honeybee Relationships. Animalia, 3, 1. https://animaliajournal.com/2017/03/25/its-not-that-they-sting-you-its-that-they-dont-sting-you-beekeepers-and-the-narrative-construction-of-human-honeybee-relationships/.

North, S. & Mancini, C. 2016. Introduction: frameworks for ACI: animals as stakeholders in the design process. interactions. 23. 4. 34-36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2946043. ISSN: 1072-5520

North, S., Hemingway, A., McLean, A. N., Laurie, H. & Ellis-Hill, C. 2016b. Evaluating a natural horsemanship program in relation to the ISES first principles of horse training. Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 15, September–October, p.87. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jveb.2016.08.040. ISSN: 1558-7878

Rice, T. 2016. Sounds inside: prison, prisoners and acoustical agency. Sound Studies, 2, 1, pp.6-20. ISSN: 2055-1940

Tacey, I. 2016b. Batek Transnational Shamanism: Countering Marginalization through weaving alliances with cosmic partners and global politicians. Malaysia's Original People: Past, Present and Future of the Orang Asli.

Rice, T. 'Noise as "sound of of place": investigating the links between Mary Douglas' work on dirt and sound studies research. Journal of Sonic Studies, 14. https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/374514/374515.

Conference Papers

North, S. 2019. Imaginary studies: a science fiction autoethnography concerning the design, implementation and evaluation of a fictional quantitative study to evaluate the umamimi robotic horse ears. In Proceedings of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts (CHI’19 Extended Abstracts) (Glasgow, Scotland UK. 4-9 May 2019). ACM. New York, NY, USA. 10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3290607.3310428

Wenk, I. & Hurn, S. 2018. Before Consumption: Moral Ambiguity and Equine Liminality in European Horse(meat) Production. In Proceedings of the Meat (Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health, Exeter, UK. September 2018).

Hurn, S. 2018a. Who lets the dogs out? Assessing the context for, and implications of, conflicting interpretations of Romania’s stray dog management legislation. In Proceedings of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics Summer School (UK. July 2018a).

Hurn, S. 2018d. Who lets the dogs out? Assessing the context for, and implications of, conflicting interpretations of Romania’s stray dog management legislation. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018d).

Eason, F. 2018a. The power of symbiosis in care-work: education boosts canine-human biomedical collaboration stretching the boundaries of chronic illness. In Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), Annual International conference (Cardiff, Wales. 28-31 August 2018a).

North, S. 2018a. Umamimi: the wind of heaven blows between the gentle flicks of my robotic horse ears. In Proceedings of the 'Horses, Moving' conference (Museum of Archaeology, University of Stavanger, Norway. 25-27 September 2018a). http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1446222

Tacey, I. 2018a. Land rights, land loss and resistance: a case study of the Batek Tanum. In Proceedings of the Panel: "Land rights challenges for mobile foragers", The Twelfth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 12) (Penang, Malaysia. 23-27 July 2018a).

Eason, F. 2018b. Canine-human communities of health: imbrication as a heuristic for limiting human exclusivity. In Proceedings of the (Un)Common Worlds: Human-Animal Studies conference (Turku, Finland. 7–9 August 2018b).

Badman-King, A. 2018a. Should philosophy be understood as the same thing as anthropology? In Proceedings of the Anthrosophia Conference: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Political Philosophy, Anthropology and Allied Disciplines (New Orleans, USA. 7-10 March 2018a).

North, S. 2018b. Umamimi robotic horse ears – using configurable code profiles to replicate individuality in equine animatronics. In Proceedings of the ACI2018 The Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 4-6 December 2018b). ACM (Association for Computing Machinery). New York, NY, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3295598.3295606

Hurn, S. 2018c. A cultural history of human-baboon conflict and co-existence. In Proceedings of the A performance of a stage show: 'Jackie the Baboon' (University of Surrey, UK. 3 October 2018c). https://www.surrey.ac.uk/events/20181003-jackie-baboon.

Badman-King, A. 2018b. Symposium contribution: anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics. In Proceedings of the The 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018b). http://www.isaz2018.com/.

Badman-King, A. 2018c. (In)complete bollocks: the ethics of neutering companion animals. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018c). 83.

Badman-King, A. 2018d. Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018d).

Eason, F. 2018c. Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics from a multispecies ethics of care perspective - human-canine biomedical collaboration. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018c).

Eason, F. 2018d. Common loss, common gain? Dogs and humans learning mutualistic practices of care. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018d).

Groling, J. 2018a. Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics from an activist perspective. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018a).

Groling, J. 2018b. The applicability of moral panic theory to the study of animal folk devils: the case of urban foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in England. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018b).

Groling, J. & Calvert, C. 2018. Badger culling and bovine TB in England since 2013: evidence-based policy or policy-based evidence? In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018).

Marx, K. 2018c. “Chirps, quacks, croaks, howls and ‘What was that?’: How long distance hikers on the Appalachian Trail came to know trail animals through their sounds. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018c).

North, S. 2018c. Computational Anthrozoology - a manifesto: ‘as the lens’ and ‘under the lens’. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018c). 83. http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1319034

North, S. 2018d. Non-humans, technology and symbiotic ethics: the challenges of developing an ethical framework for an emerging research area. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018d). http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1317464

Rice, T. 2018a. Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics through Sound. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018a).

Tacey, I. 2018b. Tigers are people too! The effects of forest loss and international poaching on relations between Bateks and keystone species in Malaysia. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions' (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018b). 83.

Tacey, I. 2018c. Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics: Reflections from Anthropology and Indigenous Rights. In Proceedings of the 27th International conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ 2018): 'Animals in Our Lives: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human–Animal Interactions'. Symposium 10: 'Anthrozoology as symbiotic ethics, and the ethics of anthrozoological research'. Convened by Professor Samantha Hurn and Dr Alexander Badman-King, University of Exeter, UK. (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Australia. 2 - 5 July 2018c).

North, S. 2018e. A computational anthrozoology perspective on horse-machine interaction: explored through the umamimi robotic horse ears. In Proceedings of the Animal Machines / Machine Animals workshop, organised by The British Animal Studies Network and the Life Geographies Group (The University of Exeter, Devon, UK. 2-3 November 2018e). http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1477441

Marx, K. 2017b. Embodied Inter-Species Encounters: Urgent Interactions Between Hikers and Black Bears. In Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, with IBG, Annual International Conference (London, United Kingdom. 30 August - 1 September 2017b).

Hurn, S. 2017a. You’ve got to work with what you’ve got. Ethnoveterinary medicine in rural Wales. In Proceedings of the Human Animal Health Workshop (Durham University, UK. 28 March 2017a).

Tacey, I. 2017. Rearranging Cosmic Relations: Cosmopolitics in the Anthropocence. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Shamanism and Eco-Cosmology (Panteio University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, Greece. 27-28 April 2017).

North, S. 2017. “Hey, where’s my hay?” design fictions in horse-computer interaction. The Fourth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, 21-23 November 2017a Milton Keynes, UK. New York, NY, USA.: ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

North, S. 2017. Salient features, combined detectors and image flipping: an approach to Haar cascades for recognising horses and other complex, deformable objects. The Fourth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, 21-23 November 2017b Milton Keynes, UK. New York, NY, USA.: ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

Hurn, S. 2017b. Be(a)ware of the Dog. Anthrozoology, the Animal Turn(ing) and the Evolution of Anthropology. In Proceedings of the UCL Anthropology Department Seminar Series (special series entitled The Animal Turn, Why Now?) (University College London, UK. 15 November 2017b).

Hurn, S. 2017c. 'From the horse’s mouth’ A non-secular Anthropocene [keynote speaker]. In Proceedings of the A Non-secular Anthropocene: Spirits, Specters and Other Nonhumans in a Time of Environmental Change (Aarhus University, Copehagen. 8-10 June 2017c). http://anthropocene.au.dk/fileadmin/Anthropocene/Conference_booklet.pdf.

Hurn, S. 2017d. Cultural politics of animal based food. In Proceedings of the Animal Values and Sustainable Food Production Workshop (Sheffield University, UK. 1 February 2017d).

Eason, F. 2017. 'It was only a dog...': Disenfranchised grief and the maintenance of an absent presence. In Proceedings of the MA Anthrozoology Residential (Exeter, UK2017).

Hurn, S. 2017e. Conserving street dogs. In Proceedings of the BASN (British Animal Studies Network) (University of Sheffield, UK2017e).

Zamansky, A., Roshier, A., Mancini, C., Collins, E. C., Hall, C., Grillaert, K., Morrison, A., North, S. & Wirman, H. 2017. A Report on the First International Workshop on Research Methods in Animal-Computer Interaction. In Proceedings of the CHI EA '17 - alt.chi - CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO, USA2017). ACM (Association for Computing Machinery). New York, NY, USA. 806-815. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3027063.3052759

Eason, F. 2016a. Human-canine engagement through smell: canine scent detection advances life-management practices for their human carers with Type 1 diabetes. In Proceedings of the British Animal Studies Network (BASN) ‘Smelling’ (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. May 2016a).

North, S., Hemingway, A., McLean, A. N., Laurie, H. & Ellis-Hill, C. 2016a. Evaluating a natural horsemanship program in relation to the ISES first principles of horse training. In Proceedings of the 12th International Society for Equitation Science Conference (ISES2016) (ifce - institut français du cheval et de l’équitation, Saumur, France. June 23-25 2016a). International Society for Equitation Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.54733

Eason, F. 2016b. Animate instruments: dogs as biomedical resources empowering human self-care practices in Type 1 diabetes. In Proceedings of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA2016) (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy. July 2016b).

Hurn, S. 2016a. Living and dying well without euthanasia: vignettes from the limits of ‘One Health' and UK veterinary practice. In Proceedings of the Veterinary Anthropology Exploratory Workshop (Edinburgh University/Royal Dick Veterinary School. April 2016a).

Tacey, I. 2016a. Interconnectivity and Animism. In Proceedings of the The 3rd Annual Conference for the Doctoral Programme in Political, Societal and Regional Change and the Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences (University of Helsinki, Finland. 28 October 2016a).

Hurn, S. 2016b. In defence of the underdog: confronting ‘anthrozoophobia’ in the social sciences. In Proceedings of the Animal Challenge to the Social Sciences Symposium (University of Leicester, UK. 19-20 May 2016b).

North, S. Give me poetical science: an invited speaker abstract for RM4ACI (Research Methods in ACI) workshop. Animal Computer Interaction (ACI2016), 15 November 2016a The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Kraft, T. S., Venkataraman, V. V., Tacey, I., Kawai, A. & Endicott, K. M. 2016a. Delayed reciprocity in sharing networks of Batek hunter-gatherers in Peninsular Malaysia. In Proceedings of the The 85th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (Atlanta, USA. 12-16 April 2016a).

Memarovic, N., Schieck, A. F. g., Schnädelbach, H., Kostopoulou, E., North, S. & Ye, L. 2016. Longitudinal, cross-site and "in the Wild": a study of public displays user communities' situated snapshots. In Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Media Architecture Biennale (Sydney, Australia2016). ACM. 2946804. 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2946803.2946804

Expert Evidence Submissions

Report: Hurn, S., Rice, T., Badman-King, A., North, S., Eason, F., Groling, J., Tacey, I. & Calvert, C. 2018. Exeter Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics (EASE) working group's written evidence to the UK government's Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) commons select committee - pre-legislative scrutiny on the UK's Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill (draft dated 12 December 2017). University of Exeter. http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1169591

Theses

Marx, K. 2018a. Wild Stories on the Internet: Hiker Accounts of Living Among Wildlife on the Appalachian Trail. PhD in Anthrozoology, University of Exeter. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10871/34566

Badman-King, A. 2016. Growing in Goodness Towards a Symbiotic Ethics. PhD, University of Exeter. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10871/30572

Magazine Articles

North, S. 2016b. Do androids dream of electric steeds? The Allure of Horse-Computer Interaction. ACM Interactions. 23. 2 (March-April). 50-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2882529. ISSN: 1072-5520

Electronic Books

Hurn, S. 2018b. Encounters With Dogs as an Exercise in Analyzing Multi-Species Ethnography. In: LEWIS, J. (ed.). 55 City Road, London, UK: Sage Research Methods Datasets / SAGE Publications, Ltd. .http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526440921

Electronic Articles

Hurn, S. 2016c. Real-life Jungle Books. The Conversation [Online]. Available from: https://theconversation.com/real-life-jungle-books-how-feral-children-raised-by-animals- continue-to-fire-the-imagination-59338.

Hurn, S. 2016g. The elusive ‘Dartmoor lynx’ may be heading home. The Conversation [Online]. Available from: https://theconversation.com/the-elusive-dartmoor-lynx-may-be-heading-home-62754.