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Animals and Human Society in Asia: Historical, Cultural and Ethical Perspectives ed. by Rotem Kowner et al. (review)

Animals and Human Society in Asia: Historical, Cultural and Ethical Perspectives ed. by Rotem... BOOK REVIEWS Animals and Human Society in Asia: Historical, Cultural and Ethical Perspectives. Rotem Kowner, Guy Bar-Oz, Michal Biran, Meir Shahar, and Gideon Shelach-Lavi, eds. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan, 2019. xxxvii, 433 pp., 14 b&w illustrations, 27 colour illustrations. Hardcover US $120, ISBN 978-3-030-24362-3; Softcover US $85, 978-3-030-24365-4; eBook US $89, ISBN 978-3-030-24363-0; 14 individual chapters available for download at US $30 each. Reviewed by Brian LANDER, Department of History, Brown University Animals have always played central roles in all of the animals serve humans as beasts of human societies, but most aspects of their burden or as food. It is currently popular in histories remain poorly explored. There is a animal studies to analyse other types of substantial body of English-language scholar- human-animal relations, but this volume ship on the history of animals in Western breaks little ground in terms of the animals Europe, but the same cannot be said for the chosen as research topics. It has no pets or pests, nor does it discuss the many other types rest of Eurasia, so this book is a valuable of animals that live in and around human addition to the literature. Because “animals” is a broad category, “Asia” http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Perspectives University of Hawai'I Press

Animals and Human Society in Asia: Historical, Cultural and Ethical Perspectives ed. by Rotem Kowner et al. (review)

Asian Perspectives , Volume 60 (2) – Nov 30, 2021

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BOOK REVIEWS Animals and Human Society in Asia: Historical, Cultural and Ethical Perspectives. Rotem Kowner, Guy Bar-Oz, Michal Biran, Meir Shahar, and Gideon Shelach-Lavi, eds. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan, 2019. xxxvii, 433 pp., 14 b&w illustrations, 27 colour illustrations. Hardcover US $120, ISBN 978-3-030-24362-3; Softcover US $85, 978-3-030-24365-4; eBook US $89, ISBN 978-3-030-24363-0; 14 individual chapters available for download at US $30 each. Reviewed by Brian LANDER, Department of History, Brown University Animals have always played central roles in all of the animals serve humans as beasts of human societies, but most aspects of their burden or as food. It is currently popular in histories remain poorly explored. There is a animal studies to analyse other types of substantial body of English-language scholar- human-animal relations, but this volume ship on the history of animals in Western breaks little ground in terms of the animals Europe, but the same cannot be said for the chosen as research topics. It has no pets or pests, nor does it discuss the many other types rest of Eurasia, so this book is a valuable of animals that live in and around human addition to the literature. Because “animals” is a broad category, “Asia”

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Published: Nov 30, 2021

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