Animal Geographies: Place, Politics, and Identity in the Nature-Culture Borderlands
Jennifer R. Wolch, Jody Emel
Verso, 1998 - Nature - 310 pages
A highly topical survey of human treatment of animals, ANIMAL GEOGRAPHIES explores how animals shape the formation of human identity; the places where people and animals confront the realities of coexistence; compels a profound rethinking of our relations with animals and offers a series of proposals for improvement on behalf of the animals. 20 photos.
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