The last decade has seen significant theoretical advances in critical animal studies, posthumanism, science and technology studies, perspectivism, and multispecies anthropology. This groundbreaking series offers innovative works in the social sciences, which have risen to the challenge of engaging across species boundaries: humans, animals, insects, plants, and microbes, and expands methodological and theoretical approaches in the course of ethnographic engagements with other species. Questioning the distinction between human and non-human through innovative narrative and methodological strategies, books in the series address a range of pressing social and environmental issues.
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Living with Reindeer and Hunting among Spirits in South Siberia
Selcen KüçüküstelPublished: 2021
Beyond Wild and Tame
Soiot Encounters in a Sentient Landscape
Alex C. OehlerPublished: 2020
A Sociological Study
Ketil Skogen, Olve Krange, and Helene FigariPublished: 2017