Postgraduate Module Descriptor

ANTM102: Anthrozoology: Theory and Method

This module descriptor refers to the 2021/2 academic year.

Indicative Reading List

This reading list is indicative - i.e. it provides an idea of texts that may be useful to you on this module, but it is not considered to be a confirmed or compulsory reading list for this module.

Basic reading:

Candea, M. 2010. ‘I fell in love with Carlos the Meerkat’: engagement and detachment in human–animal relations. American Ethnologist 37(2): 241–258.

Franklin, A. 1999. Animals and Modern Cultures.London: Sage.

Goode, D. 2006. Playing with my dog Katie: an ethnomethodological study of dog–human interaction.West Lafayette,IN:PurdueUniversity Press.

Hamilton, L. & Taylor, N. 2012. 'Ethnography in evolution: Adapting to the animal 'other' in organizations' Journal of Organizational Ethnography. 1 (1): np.

Hurn, S. 2010. ‘What’s in a name? Anthrozoology, human-animal studies, animal studies or…’ Anthropology Today. Volume 26 (3): 27 – 28.

Hurn, S. 2012. Humans and Other Animals.London: Pluto Press.

Ingold, T. (ed.) 1994. What is an animal?London: Routledge.

Kirksey, E. and Helmreich, S. 2010. The emergence of multispecies ethnography. Cultural Anthropology 25: 545–576.

Knight, J. (ed.) 2005. Animals in Person: Cultural Perspectives on Human-Animal Intimacies.Oxford: Berg.

Kohn, E. 2007. How dogs dream: Amazonian natures and the politics of trans-species engagement. American Ethnologist 34: 3–24.

Manning, A. & Serpell, J. (eds). 1994. Animals and Human Society.London: Routledge.