Tracking the Human–Wildlife–Conservation Nexus Across the Human–Animal Studies (HAS) Landscape
As co-founders of the Association of American Geographers' Animal Geography Specialty Group in 2009, we have witnessed with great interest the internal and external influences of our disciplinary perceptive on human-animal studies (HAS). Society & Animals was an early advocate of the pioneering work of animal geographers Chris Philo and Jennifer Wolch in publishing their co-edited special issue "Through the Geographical Looking Glass: Space, Place, and Society-Animal Relations" back in 1988. A review piece about animal geographies subsequently published in S&A by Jody Emel, Chris Wilbert, and Jennifer Wolch (2002), and a more recent special in 2014 ("Animals in Place," edited by Traci Warkentin and Gavin Watson) offered updates to our collective understanding of how place shapes human-animal dynamics.
Ogra, M. and Urbanik, J. (2018).Tracking the Human-Wildlife-Conservation Nexus Through the Human-Animal Studies (HAS) Landscape. Society and Animals 26(2): 99-106.
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