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Antisocial Animals in the British Atlantic World: Liminality and Nuisance in Glasgow and New York City, 1660–1760

Animal History in the Modern City : Exploring Liminality

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

Book Chapter


... These animals have come to be regarded by scholars as fundamentally ‘liminal’, neither ‘wild’ nor ‘domesticated’ yet somewhat dependent on human civilization. But liminality has spatial as well as ontological applications, making it a powerful...

Science and Specimens

A Cultural History of Animals in Antiquity Volume 1

Berg, 2007

Cultural History Chapter


...The information in this chapter is the result of a more than twenty-year collaboration between veterinarian and epidemiologist Calvin Schwabe and myself, an Egyptologist with a background in paleobiology. The reader is referred to Andrew...