Изучавање људско–животињских односа у антропологији и археологији II

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Овај текст представља други од планирана два чланка у којима се бавимо проблемом изучавања људско–животињских односа у етнологији и антропологији и археологији. У првом раду (Жакула и Живаљевић 2018), мапирале смо начине на које је питање животиња и њихових међуодноса са људима у нашим дисциплинама третирано до, угрубо, осамдесетих година 20. века. У овом раду представићемо нове истраживачке приступе који су се развили од краја 20. века надаље, а који се одликују, пре свега, третманом животиња као активних учесница у људском друштву и култури, и могу се објединити под кишобран-термином животињски обрт.
Кључне речи: интердисциплинарност, етнологија и антропологија, археологија, људско-животињски односи


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ŽAKULA, Sonja; ŽIVALJEVIĆ, Ivana. Изучавање људско–животињских односа у антропологији и археологији II. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 67, n. 1, p. 153-172, may 2019. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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