Author: Juliet Clutton-BrockPublish On: 2014-10-30
The main themes in The walking larder have been detailed in its editorial Introductions (pp. 1–3, 7–9, 115–18, 279–81). My aim in what follows is to examine a few of the points which have struck me personally as being of particular note ...
Author: Juliet Clutton-Brock
Category: Social Science
This book is one of a series of more than 20 volumes resulting from the World Archaeological Congress, September 1986, attempting to bring together not only archaeologists and anthropologists from many parts of the world, as well as academics from contingent disciplines, but also non-academics from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. This text looks at human-animal interactions, especially some of the less well known aspects of the field. A number of studies in the book document some of the vast changes humankind has wrought upon the natural environment through the movement of various species of animals around the world. These chapters provide contributions to the understanding of contemporary ecological problems, especially the deforestation taking place to provide grazing for live-stock. The 31 contributions offer a shop-window of approaches, primarily from a biological perspective.
Deductions on domestication The Walking Larder edited by J. Clutton-Brock, Unwin Hyman, pp 368, hbk £40. Colin Tudge A host of furious fancies The Fringes of Reason edited by Ted Schultz, Harmony Books, pp 224, pbk $14-95 Dennis Stacey ...
New Scientist magazine was launched in 1956 "for all those men and women who are interested in scientific discovery, and in its industrial, commercial and social consequences". The brand's mission is no different today - for its consumers, New Scientist reports, explores and interprets the results of human endeavour set in the context of society and culture.
Aubrey Manning and James Serpell (London: Routledge, 1994), 23–35; Sándor Bökönyi, “Definitions of Animal Domestication,” in Clutton-Brock, Walking Larder; Pierre Ducos, “Defining Domestication: A Clarification,” in Clutton-Brock, ...
Author: Linda Kalof
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Part I. Animals in the landscape of law, politics, and public policy. Animal rights / Gary Francione and Anna Charlton -- Animals in political theory / Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka --,Animals as living property / David Favre -- The human-animal bond / James Serpell -- Animal sheltering / Leslie Irvine -- Roaming dogs / Arnold Arluke and Kate Atema -- Misothery : contempt for animals and nature, its origins, purposes, and repercussions / James B. Mason -- Continental approaches to animals and animality / Ralph Acampora -- Animals as legal subjects / Paul Waldau -- The struggle for compassion and justice through critical animal studies / Carol Gigliotti -- Interspecies dialogue and animal ethics : the feminist care perspective / Josephine Donovan -- Part II. Animal intentionality, agency, and reflexive thinking. Cetacean cognition / Lori Marino -- History and animal agencies / Chris Pearson -- Animals as sentient commodities / Rhoda WilPart I.kie -- Animal work / Jocelyne Porcher -- Animals as reflexive thinkers : the Aponoian paradigm / Mark Rowlands and Susana Monsó -- Part III. Animals as objects in science, food, spectacle, and sport. The ethics of animal research / Bernard Rollin -- The ethics of food animal production / Paul Thompson -- Animals as scientific objects / Mike Michael -- The problem with zoos / Randy Malamud -- Wolf hunting and the ethics of predator control / John Vucetich and Michael P. --Nelson -- Part IV. Animals in cultural representations. Practice and ethics of the use of animals in contemporary art /Joe Zammit-Lucia -- Animals in folklore / Boria Sax -- Part V. Animals in ecosystems. Archaeozoology / Juliet Cluton-Brock -- Animals and ecological science / Anita Guerrini -- Staging privilege, proximity, and "extreme animal tourism" / Jane Desmond -- Commensal species / Terry O'Connor -- Lively cities : people, animals, and urban ecosystems / Marcus Owens and Jennifer Wolch -- Animals in religion / Stephen R.L. Clark
See " Pet - keeping and Animal Domestication : A Reappraisal , " in Juliet Clutton - Brock , ed . , The Walking Larder : Patterns of Domestication , Pastoralism , and Predation ( London : Unwin Hyman , 1989 ) , pp . 10– 21 . 10.
Author: Gail F. Melson
Publisher: Harvard University Press
What does it mean that children's earliest dreams are of animals? What is the unique gift that a puppy can give to a boy? This book examines children's many connections to animals and to explore their developmental significance.
See Tom McGreevy, “Prehispanic Pastoralism in Northern Peru,” in The Walking Larder: Patterns of Domestication, Pastoralism, and Predation, ed. J. Clutton-Brock (London: Unwin Hyman, 1989), 231-39; Gordon Brotherston, ...
Author: Abel Alves
An overlooked area in the burgeoning field of animal studies is explored: the way nonhuman animals in the early modern Spanish empire were valued companions, as well as economic resources. Montaigne was not alone in his appreciation of animal life.
The walking larder: patterns of domestication, pastoralism and predation, 22–7. London: Unwin Hyman. Bradley, D. G. 2006. Documenting domestication: reading animal genetic texts. In M. A. Zeder, D. G. Bradley, E. Emschwiller, ...
Author: Vicki Cummings
Publisher: Oxford University Press (UK)
For more than a century, the study of hunting and gathering societies has been central to the development of both archaeology and anthropology as academic disciplines, and has also generated widespread public interest and debate. This book provides a comprehensive review of hunter-gatherer studies, tracing histories of research and undertaking detailed regional and thematic case-studies that span the archaeology, history and anthropology of hunter gatherers,concluding with an in-depth review of the main opportunities, research questions, and moral obligations that lie ahead.
Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United NationsPublish On: 2001
The walking larder : patterns of domestication , pastoralism and predation , p . 240-255 . London , Unwin Hyman . Browman , D.L. 1974. Pastoral nomadism in the Andes . Current Anthropology , 15 ( 2 ) : 188-196 . Browman , D.L. 1982.
Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Category: Technology & Engineering
Pastoralism refers to the type of farming system which uses extensive grazing on grasslands for livestock production. This type of farming covers 25 per cent of the world's land area and supports 20 million households. It makes substantial contributions to the economies of developing countries, although agricultural encroachment, conflict and drought continue to erode this way of life. This publication considers key policy issues and trends involved in attempts to improve the livelihoods of pastoralist families and communities.
The Walking Larder Patterns of Domestication, Pastoralism, and Predation, pp. 28–30. London: Unwin Hyman. Ferguson, W. F. 1981. The systematic position of Canis aureus lupaster (Carnivora: Canidae) and the occurrence of Canis lupus in ...
Author: John L. Gittleman
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Because carnivores are at the top of the food chain, their status is an important indicator of the health of the world ecosystem. They are intensely interesting to zoologists and uniquely intriguing to the general public. Devoted primarily to terrestrial carnivores, this volume focuses on such themes as carnivore reintroduction programs and the ethics of studying carnivores, drawing examples from a variety of species. The need to evaluate new conceptual ideas and empirical data inspired this volume of Carnivore Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution, a complement to the original book. In the eight years since publication of the first volume, conservation has emerged as a thematic imperative. The study of carnivores has become even more important in raising and resolving crucial biological problems. Differential rates of mortality in the giant panda and other endangered carnivores are now known to influence dispersal and life history patterns basic to these species' survival. Reintroduction efforts of the black-footed ferret and the red wolf are establishing essential guidelines for preservation and management of endangered species. Studies of the African lion and the dwarf mongoose illustrate the power of new genetic techniques of DNA fingerprinting for understanding the evolution of social behavior.
Pierre Ducos, “Defining Domestication: a Clarification,” in The Walking Larder: Patterns of Domestication, Pastoralism, and Predation, edited by Juliet Clutton-Brock (New York: Routledge, 1990), 29. See also: Sandor Bokonyi, ...
Author: Abraham Gibson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book retells American southern history from feral animals' perspective, examining social, cultural, and evolutionary consequences of domestication and feralization.
Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology 2 (Stockholm: University of Stockholm, 1976); Juliet Clutton-Brock, ed., The Walking Larder: Patterns of Domestication, Pastoralism, and Predation (London: Unwin Hyman, 1989). 6.
Author: John D. Wineland
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
My Father's World is a memorial volume celebrating the life of Dr. Reuben G. Bullard and it focuses on the archaeology and history of the Mediterranean world. The essays in this volume are all written by former students of Dr. Bullard, and the diverse range of topics highlights his broad interests in geology, archaeology, and biblical studies. Bullard was a long time Professor of Geology and Archaeology at Cincinnati Christian University. He pioneered the field of Archaeological Geology in the 1960s at Tell Gezer.