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Introduction : Geography

Human [sic] Geography really began to engage with the study of non-human animals in an original and theoretically informed way towards the end of the 1990s, emerging out of both the discipline’s traditional focus in the interaction of ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ and the growing social science and humanities critique of this overly dualistic categorisation of the world. A number of key texts were published which helped define the emerging sub-discipline of ‘animal geography’ though a great deal of the subsequent literature produced and developed by geographers in this area draws equally upon the work of sociology, anthropology, history, philosophy, science and technology studies and other cognate subjects. The Animal Geography Speciality Group of the Association of American Geographers maintains a bibliographic database of works in animal geography and related subjects at:

Henry Buller