The Anthrozoology Podcast - Embodying Animality and the Symbiocene with Marco Adda #32 Pt 2
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2w ago
In episode 32, we continue exploring canine anthropology with Marco Adda, the founder and director of AEDC (Anthrozoology Education Dogs Canines), and INS (Integral Neurosoma). Marco is an actor, scholar in canine-human relationships, educator, trainer, speaker, coach, and the host of the “In the Mouth of the Wolf” podcast. In this podcast episode, the symbiocene and the importance of humans cooperating with other species for mutual benefit. We reflect on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on human - otherthanhuman-animal relationships, particularly focusing on Bali's dog population amidst to ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Grief #30 Pt 2
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by Anthrozoology Podcast
2M ago
Trigger warning This podcast is about grief and will involve discussions of death and dying. Here is a link to the Blue Cross for anyone who may need support following the loss of a companion animal: https://www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-bereavement-and-pet-loss In episode 30, part 2 of a discussion on grief, we are joined again by Irene Perrett, a fellow researcher from the University of Exeter, who is engaged in PhD research on morethanhuman-animal grief. In this podcast episode, we delve into the multifaceted nature of grief, highlighting its transformative process and the concept of continuing ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Grief #29 Pt 1
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by Anthrozoology Podcast
4M ago
In episode 29 we delve into the topic of grief. We are joined in this episode by Irene, a fellow researcher from the University of Exeter, who is just starting her PhD research on morethanhuman-animal grief. We frame the discussion by highlighting the various dimensions of grief, extending beyond the human realm to explore how animals, particularly social species like elephants, also experience and express grief. The conversation unfolds with the exploration of different definitions and perspectives on grief, emphasizing the contextual nature of grief definitions, grief as a disruptive emotion ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - The Link, with Ken Shapiro #28
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by Anthrozoology Podcast
5M ago
Welcome to a special mini-episode of the anthrozoology podcast. Today we are discussing interventions developed for the treatment of juvenile and adult animal abusers. Our guest is Dr. Ken Shapiro, the founder of the Animals and Society Institute, and a clinical psychologist focused on the assessment and treatment of juveniles and adults who abuse animals. Trigger warning, this episode discusses animal neglect and abuse, and may be troubling to some listeners. Please subscribe to get notified about our next podcast! Follow us on Twitter: @TheAnthrozoopod Follow us on Facebook: https://www.face ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Defining the field Pt1, with Ken Shapiro #27
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by Anthrozoology Podcast
6M ago
Today we are starting a new recurrent theme on the podcast, focused on the history, definition, and future of the field of anthrozoology. These episodes will be interspersed among our other content throughout the upcoming year.  ​ We are honored to welcome our podcast guest, Dr. Ken Shapiro. Dr. Shapiro is a clinical psychologist, focused on the assessment and treatment of juveniles and adults who abuse animals. He is also the founder of the Animals and Society Institute, a founding editor of Society and Animals journal and the Brill Human-animal Studies book series, and the co-founding e ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Abandoned Cats in Saudi Arabia Pt2 #26
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by Anthrozoology Podcast
7M ago
In this episode, Mohammed from Saudi Arabia's Tabuk Paws joins us to share his experiences surrounding the issue of cat abandonment in Saudi Arabia. This episode is the second in a series that will explore the dimensions of cat abandonment in Saudi Arabia. Mohammed has been working with Sarah, one of our podcast hosts for 10 years, and together they, with other volunteers, are trying to bring changes to improve the lives of street-living felines. The paper referred to in the podcast is found here -https://anthrozoologyassymbioticethics.wordpress.com/ease-working-paper-series-volume-1-emerging ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Exploring Anthropomorphism and its Implications #24
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11M ago
Episode 24 : The Anthrozoology Podcast: Exploring Anthropomorphism and its Implications Welcome to "The Anthrozoology Podcast," where we dive deep into the fascinating world of anthropomorphism and its impact on our understanding of human-animal relationships. Join your hosts, Sarah, Kris, and Michelle, as we navigate the complexities of attributing human characteristics to non-human beings and objects. In this podcast, we explore the concept of anthropomorphism and its various definitions. From the attribution of human-like physical features to nonhumans, to ascribing humanlike intentions, be ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - What's it like to be labelled 'Feral'? #22
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1y ago
Today we are continuing our discussion of ‘power words’, terms that humans use to control the narratives of otherthanhuman lives. Today’s term is ‘feral’, and it is a contentious term, in our opinion. Our paper on this topic ‘Uncivilised Behaviors’ was published last year in Society and Animals journal, and today we will unpack that paper in a discussion with our special guest and coauthor, Debbie Busby. Please subscribe to get notified about our next podcast! Follow us on Twitter: @TheAnthrozoopod Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthrozoopod/ Follow us on TikTok @anthrozoology ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Animal Hoarding in Sweden #21
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1y ago
In this episode we are joined by Therese Lillesköld to discuss the issue of animal hoarding and research she has conducted on animal hoarding in Sweden. The animals who are hoarded suffer immensely, but the hoarders themselves also suffer. These people are suffering from a psychiatric illness and often have other underlying social and mental health issues. Therefore, a vital part of helping the animals must include social support for the hoarders, including preventive measures such as intervening and aiding overwhelmed caregivers before a serious hoarding situation develops.   PodCrew &nb ..read more
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The Anthrozoology Podcast - Nepal's Elephants - Complex Lives #20
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1y ago
In this episode, we discuss the challenges facing captive elephants and mahouts working in tourism within the small country of Nepal. Our guest today is co-host Dr. Michelle Szydlowski, who has spent the last decade focused on pachyderms, ecotourism, and conservation.   Please subscribe to get notified about our next podcast!   Follow us on Twitter: @TheAnthrozoopod    Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthrozoopod/    To access audio-only versions please our official Website: https://anthrozoopod.wixsite.com/anthrozoopod    PodCrew  D ..read more
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