The Anthrozoology Podcast

The Anthrozoology Podcast

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Author Name: Anthrozoology Podcast
Has Guests: Yes

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The Anthrozoology Podcast provides a platform for early career researchers to discuss current topics in the field of anthrozoology, which explores the complex relationships between humans and other species. Hosted by a "PodCrew" of three early career researchers – Dr. Kris Hill, Dr. Michelle Szydlowski, and Sarah Oxley Heaney – the podcast invites guest researchers, referred to as "PodLets," to engage in lively discussions on a range of anthropological issues.

Each episode delves into various aspects of human-animal interactions, covering a diverse range of topics from companion animals to sharks, elephants, and beyond. The discussions aim to shed light on the multifaceted nature of these relationships and the anthropological implications they hold.

The Anthrozoology Podcast serves as a valuable resource for those interested in this interdisciplinary field, providing insights from experts and fostering a dialogue around the complexities of human-animal bonds. While the podcast does not accept sponsors, it welcomes guest researchers to contribute their expertise and perspectives.

Themes Covered:

Most Recent Topics:

  • Anthrozoology
  • Relationships
  • Canine Anthropology
  • Symbiocene
  • Cultural Norms
  • History
  • Animal Welfare
  • Cat Abandonment
  • Anthropomorphism
  • Grief
  • Interventions
  • Human Animal Bond

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