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Animal Studies Bibliography, Michigan State University
This bibliography is an ongoing project of the Animal Studies Program at Michigan State University.
H-Animal aims to serve as an on-line home for scholars across disciplines who are engaged on the study of animals in human culture.
On the Human
On the Human (OTH) is an online community of humanists and scientists dedicated to improving our understanding of persons and the quasi-persons who surround us. As persons are biological, psychological, historical, moral, and autobiographical beings, we employ modes of inquiry from the sciences and humanities. Contributors explore issues in metaphysics and biology, ethics and neuroscience, experimental philosophy and evolutionary psychology.
Center for the Human-Animal Bond (Purdue University)
The Center is committed to expanding our knowledge of the interrelationships between people, animals, and their environment. The Center is concerned with all aspects of human-animal interaction including companion, farmed domestic species, and wildlife. The major objective of the Center is to foster interdisciplinary activities in the University by serving as a focal point for the exchange of ideas and development of new information related to animal-human interactions.
Section on Animals and Society, American Sociological Association
The purpose of the Section on Animals and Society is to encourage and support the development of theory, research and teaching about the complex relationships that exist between humans and other animals. In the process, it is anticipated that the light we shed on these issues will increase the well-being of both humans, and other animals.
International Society for Anthrozoology
The International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) was formed in 1991 as a supportive organization for the scientific and scholarly study of human-animal interactions
Animals & Society Institute
ASI is a think tank that delivers both research and education about how we interface with other animals. Our work gives activists, educators and practitioners the knowledge, and even the vocabulary, to do their job.
Anthrozoology Research Group
The Anthrozoology Research Group (ARG) includes ARG Grouppost-doctoral researchers and research students interested in studying the relationship between humans and other animals.