2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    Jan 25, 2020  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

GEOG 238 - Animal Geographies

Animals play a prominent role in human life. They sustain us, entertain us and provide companionship and solace. Most of the “animal planet” is comprised of humans and their domestic animals. Only a small percentage of the mass of animals are actually wild. Emerging work in cognitive ethology and ecology is providing new knowledge on animals’ skills and minds. Political movements are fighting for new rights for domesticated animals. How should our relations with other species be determined and assessed? How do these relations differ through cultures and spaces? Where do non-human animals belong?  Open to upper-level undergraduates.

Formally GEOG 105 The Keeping of Animals

Prerequisites: GEOG 017   or GEOG 126  or  GEOG 136  or  GEOG 179  

Course Designation/Attribute: GP

Anticipated Terms Offered: Offered every other year