new issue of Society & Animals, 29(5-6), (October 2021) is out, with the following articles:

How Are Humans Animals? The Human as a Subject of Behavioral Ecology Textbooks, Daisy Hildyard
Exploring First Graders’ Social and Emotional Development through Situated Learning Experiences with Classroom Companion Animal, Nicole Pearce, Vickie Lake
Courtship Rituals: Imprinting and Interspecies Sociality in the Domestic Breeding of Birds of Prey, Sara Asu Schroer
Faculty and Student Perceptions of the Presence of Emotional Support Animals on a College Campus, Miranda Goodman-Wilson, Lauren Highfill
Dog Parks as an Institutional Resource for Social Capital in the Urban Neighborhood, Aviva Vincent
Exploring the Relationship between Socio-Demographic Background and Empathy toward Nonhuman Animals in Working Horse Caretakers, Daniela Luna, Rodrigo A. Vásquez, Tamara Tadich
Teaching the Nonhuman Animal in Higher Education: Interdisciplinary Experiential Learning, Alice J. Hovorka
Effects of an Equine-Assisted Therapy Program for Military Veterans with Self-Reported PTSD, Mänette Monroe, James D. Whitworth, Tracy Wharton, Joanne Turner
Shifting Preservice Teachers’ Views of Animal Welfare and Advocacy through a Human-Animal Relationships Course, Christine Yvette Tardif-Williams, John-Tyler Binfet, Camille Xinmei Rousseau
Song of the Ovsîanka: Enhanced Nature of the Urban Canary in Imperial St. Petersburg (1880–1900), Olga Petri

Review Essay: Cats as Cats Can, Pete Porter

Book Review: Undrowned, David Gould


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