Yayın tarihi: 08/2018
Ciltli | İngilizce | 574 Sayfa | 17,80 x 24,80 x 3,40 cm.
‘With incisive writing from some excellent contributors, this volume makes a substantial contribution to our understanding of the complexity and diversity of animal-human histories.’
Steve Baker, Emeritus Professor of Art History, University of Central Lancashire, UK
‘Until relatively recently, historians have been guilty of selectively ignoring the role that relationships with nonhuman animals have played in shaping, and in some cases transforming, human history. The Routledge Companion to Animal-Human History provides a series of timely and outstanding reviews of the complex issues and exciting opportunities that arise when the "conjoined histories" of humans and other animals are reconsidered.’
James Serpell, University of Pennsylvania, USA
‘As the study of animal-human history continues to grow and diversify, I am sure that this ‘state of the art’ collection of essays will become a vital source. It opens up new, thought-provoking approaches to a range of themes, especially the active roles that animals have played in human history, and is lavishly referenced.’
Professor Diana Donald, author of Picturing Animals in Britain, 1750-1850
'Setting out from an exemplary introduction to key issues in thinking about human-animal histories, the authors here are excellent companions with whom to journey into these mutual pasts. They indicate and explore ways in which human-animal histories can be researched, recovered, remade, and written in illuminating, instructive, and provocative ways.'
Garry Marvin, Professor of Human-Animal Studies, University of Roehampton, UK