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The Resource Hybrid communities : biosocial approaches to domestication and other trans-species relationships, edited by Charles Stépanoff and Jean-Denis Vigne

Hybrid communities : biosocial approaches to domestication and other trans-species relationships, edited by Charles Stépanoff and Jean-Denis Vigne

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Hybrid communities : biosocial approaches to domestication and other trans-species relationships
Title
Hybrid communities
Title remainder
biosocial approaches to domestication and other trans-species relationships
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edited by Charles Stépanoff and Jean-Denis Vigne
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Language
eng
Summary
"Domestication challenges our understanding of human-environment relationships because it blurs the dichotomy between what is artificial and what is natural. In domestication, biological evolution, environmental change, anthropological trajectories and sociocultural choices are inextricably interconnected. Domestication is essentially a hybrid phenomenon that has not, up until now, been explored with hybrid scientific approaches. Hybrid Communities: Biosocial Approaches to Domestication and Other Trans-species Relationships attempts for the first time to explore domestication viewed from across disciplines both in its origins and as an ongoing process. This edited collection proposes new biosocial approaches and concepts which integrate the methods of social sciences, archaeology and biology to shed new light on domestication in diachrony and in synchrony. This book will be of great interest to all scholars working on human-environment relationships, and should also attract readers from the fields of social anthropology, archaeology, ecology, botany, zoology, history and philosophy"--
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Charles Stâepanoff is a social anthropologist (Laboratoire d'anthropologie sociale, âEcole pratique des hautes âetudes, Sorbonne, France). His research interests include human-animal relationships in hunting, herding and shamanism in North Asia. Jean-Denis Vigne is an archaeologist (Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Musâeum national d'Histoire naturelles, Sorbonne Universitâes, France). His research interests lie in archaeozoology, focused on interaction dynamics between animals and human societies, namely domestication, since the last hunters to the preindustrial farmer societies, mostly in the Mediterranean area, Southwest Asia and Central Asia and China
Dewey number
636
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Stépanoff, Charles,
  • Vigne, Jean-Denis,
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Routledge studies in anthropology
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  • Domestication
  • Nature
  • Human-animal relationships
  • Human-plant relationships
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Hybrid communities : biosocial approaches to domestication and other trans-species relationships, edited by Charles Stépanoff and Jean-Denis Vigne
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
A genetic perspective on the domestication continuum / Laurent A.F. Frantz and Greger Larson -- Self-domestication or human control? The Upper Palaeolithic domestication of the wolf / Mietje Germonpré, Martina Láznicková-Galetová, Mikhail V. Sablin and Hervé Bocherens -- Beyond wild and domestic : human complex relationships with dogs, wolves, and wolf-dog hybrids / Nicolas Lescureux -- Wild game or farm animal? Tracking human-pig relationship in ancient times through stable isotope analysis / Marie Balasse, Thomas Cucchi, Allowen Evin, Adrian Balasescu, Delphine Frémondeau and Marie-Pierre Horard-Herbin -- Arable weeds as a case study in plant-human relationships beyond domestication / Amy Bogaard, Mohammed Ater and John G. Hodgson -- From fighting against to becoming with : viruses as companion species / Charlotte Brives -- Milk as a pivotal medium in the domestication of cattle, sheep and goat / Mélanie Roffet-Salque, Rosalind E. Gillis, Richard P. Evershed and Jean-Denis Vigne -- Watching the horses : the impact of horses on early pastoralists' sociality and political ethos in Inner Asia / Gala Argent -- Growing a shared landscape : plants and humans over generations among the Duupa farmers of northern Cameroon / Éric Garine, Adeline Barnaud and Christine Raimond -- Tree fig and olive domestication in the Rif, Northern Morocco. Entangled human and tree lives and history / Yildiz Aumeeruddy-Thomas -- Cooperating with the wild : past and present auxiliary animals assisting humans in their foraging activities / Edmond Dounias -- Why did the Khamti not domesticate their elephants? Building a hybrid sociality with tamed elephants / Nicolas Lainé -- Cognition and emotions in dog domestication / Sarah Jeannin -- Domestication and animal labour / Jocelyne Porcher and Sophie Nicod -- Human-dog-reindeer coexistence and cooperation in Siberian Arctic and Subarctic / Konstantin Klokov and Valdimir Davydov -- Domesticating the machine? (Re)configuring domestication practices in robotic dairy farming / Séverine Lagneaux -- From parasite to reared insect : humans and mosquitoes in Réunion Island / Sandrine Dupé
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on1030445736
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 306 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315179988
Lccn
2018016153
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1030445736
Label
Hybrid communities : biosocial approaches to domestication and other trans-species relationships, edited by Charles Stépanoff and Jean-Denis Vigne
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
A genetic perspective on the domestication continuum / Laurent A.F. Frantz and Greger Larson -- Self-domestication or human control? The Upper Palaeolithic domestication of the wolf / Mietje Germonpré, Martina Láznicková-Galetová, Mikhail V. Sablin and Hervé Bocherens -- Beyond wild and domestic : human complex relationships with dogs, wolves, and wolf-dog hybrids / Nicolas Lescureux -- Wild game or farm animal? Tracking human-pig relationship in ancient times through stable isotope analysis / Marie Balasse, Thomas Cucchi, Allowen Evin, Adrian Balasescu, Delphine Frémondeau and Marie-Pierre Horard-Herbin -- Arable weeds as a case study in plant-human relationships beyond domestication / Amy Bogaard, Mohammed Ater and John G. Hodgson -- From fighting against to becoming with : viruses as companion species / Charlotte Brives -- Milk as a pivotal medium in the domestication of cattle, sheep and goat / Mélanie Roffet-Salque, Rosalind E. Gillis, Richard P. Evershed and Jean-Denis Vigne -- Watching the horses : the impact of horses on early pastoralists' sociality and political ethos in Inner Asia / Gala Argent -- Growing a shared landscape : plants and humans over generations among the Duupa farmers of northern Cameroon / Éric Garine, Adeline Barnaud and Christine Raimond -- Tree fig and olive domestication in the Rif, Northern Morocco. Entangled human and tree lives and history / Yildiz Aumeeruddy-Thomas -- Cooperating with the wild : past and present auxiliary animals assisting humans in their foraging activities / Edmond Dounias -- Why did the Khamti not domesticate their elephants? Building a hybrid sociality with tamed elephants / Nicolas Lainé -- Cognition and emotions in dog domestication / Sarah Jeannin -- Domestication and animal labour / Jocelyne Porcher and Sophie Nicod -- Human-dog-reindeer coexistence and cooperation in Siberian Arctic and Subarctic / Konstantin Klokov and Valdimir Davydov -- Domesticating the machine? (Re)configuring domestication practices in robotic dairy farming / Séverine Lagneaux -- From parasite to reared insect : humans and mosquitoes in Réunion Island / Sandrine Dupé
Control code
on1030445736
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 306 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315179988
Lccn
2018016153
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1030445736

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