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The Anthrozoology Podcast #2 Domestication

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In our first podcast, we discuss how the biological definition of domestication does not always mesh with the use of this word in conversations among animal welfare workers, anthrozoologists, biologists, lawyers and other stakeholders.  Used as a foil for ‘wildness,’ animals who are described as domesticates have often not actually undergone the domestication process, while others who have been more officially catalogued as domesticated have somehow slipped away from human control.

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Michelle Szydlowski, PhD Candidate @ The University of Exeter [email protected]

Kris Hill, PhD Student @ The University of Exeter, [email protected] (podcast editor)

Sarah Oxley Heaney, PhD Student @ The University of Exeter [email protected]

Guest Podlet: Chelsea Gragg, MA Anthrozoology

Hosted by three postgraduate researchers, The Anthrozoology Podcast is a place for early career researchers to discuss current topics in the field.

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The Anthrozoology Podcast – A Conversation with Hal Herzog, Part 1 #6

Anthrozoology Podcast 23 February 2021

Join us for Part 1 of an anthrozoology conversation with Hal Herzog. Amongst some of the topics discussed are: questions about the International Society for Anthrozoology’s (ISAZ) focus and their journal, Anthrozoös; women in anthrozoology; becoming an anthrozoologist and what …continue

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The Anthrozoology Podcast – Animals as Immigrants #5

Anthrozoology Podcast 7 December 2020

Episode 5: Animals as Immigrants   In this episode, we look at Animals as Immigrants. Animal movement across the globe and boundaries happens within contested spaces leaving animals wanted, unwanted, forced, coerced or in liminal landscapes of uncertainty.   Follow …continue

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