This collection of original writing explores how animals interact and relate with people. It contains a wide and comprehensive range of examples, which include feral cats and wild wolves, domestic pets, intensively farmed cattle and zoo animals.
Animal spaces, beastly places : an introduction / Chris Philo and Chris Wilbert -- Flush and the banditti : dog-stealing in Victorian London / Philip Howell -- Feral cats in the city / Huw Griffiths, Ingrid Poulter and David Sibley -- Constructing the animal worlds of inner-city Los Angeles / Jennifer Wolch, Alec Brownlow and Unna Lassiter -- Taking stock of farm animals and rurality / Richard Yarwood and Nick Evans -- Versions of animal-human : Broadland, c. 1945-1970 / David Matless -- A wolf in the garden : ideology and change in the Adirondack landscape / Alec Brownlow -- What's a river without fish? Symbol, space and ecosystem in the waterways of Japan / Paul Waley -- Fantastic Mr Fox? Representing animals in the hunting debate / Michael Woods -- 'Hunting with the camera' : photography, wildlife and colonialism in Africa / James R. Ryan -- Biological cultivation : Lubetkin's modernism at London Zoo in the 1930s / Pyrs Gruffudd -- Virtual animals in electronic zoos : the changing geographies of animal capture and display / Gail Davies -- (Un)ethical geographies of human--non-human relations : encounters, collectives and spaces / Owain Jones -- Afterword : enclosure / Michael J. Watts.
Published: 10th July 2000