This of Knowing Animals features Dr Charlotte Carrington-Farmer, Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Roger Williams University in the US. We discuss her book chapter ‘Trading Horses in the Eighteenth Century: Rhode Island and the Atlantic World’ which will appear in the book Equine Cultures: Horses, Human Society, and the Discourse of Modernity, 1700-Present, which was co-edited by Kristen Guest and Monica Mattfeld and which will be published by University of Chicago Press in 2017.
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This episode of Knowing Animals features C. Scott Taylor. from the University of Sunshine Coast. We discuss his paper “The Agency of Dolphins: Towards Inter-species Embassies as Sites of Engagement with ‘Significant Otherness’” It appeared in Geographical Research in 2013.
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