Postgraduate Module Descriptor
ANTM103: Applied Anthrozoology
This module descriptor refers to the 2022/3 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.
Appiah, K.A. 2006. Cosmopolitanism: ethics in a world of strangers. New York: W.W. Norton and Co.
Birke, L. 2009. Naming names – or, what’s in it for the animals? Humanimalia 1(1): n.p.
Hastrup, K. and Elsass, P. 1990. Anthropological advocacy: a contradiction in terms? Current Anthropology 31(3): 301–311.
Kellett, P. 2009. Advocacy in anthropology: active engagement or passive scholarship? Durham Anthropology Journal 16(1): 22–31.
Layton, R. 1996. Advocacy is a personal commitment for anthropologists, not an institutional imperative for anthropology. In: P. Wade (ed.) Advocacy in anthropology. GDAT Debate No. 7.Manchester:ManchesterUniversity Press.
Nadasdy, P. 2003. Hunters and bureaucrats: power, knowledge, and aboriginal–state relations in the southwest Yukon. Vancouver:University ofBritish Columbia Press.
Petto, A.J. and Russell, K.D. 1998. Practicing anthropology on the frontiers of humanity: interspecies applied anthropology. Practicing Anthropology 20(2): 26–29.
Rapport, N. 2007. An outline for cosmopolitan study, for reclaiming the human through introspection. Current Anthropology 48: 257–283.
Theodossopoulos, D. 2005. Troubles with turtles: cultural understandings of the environment on a Greek island. Oxford: Berghahn Books.