Lynda Birke and Jo Hockenhull, Crossing Boundaries: Investigating Human-Animal Relationships

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  • Jacob Bull

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https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.9987

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Jacob Bull

Jacob Bull is a social and cultural geographer, based at the Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, Sweden. He is currently coordinator of the Humanimal Research Group and has previously conducted research on cultures and practices of recreational fishing, worked on the EU Welfare Quality Programme into farm animal welfare and more recently has explored issues around gender and animals in dairy farming.  One of his current projects brings animal studies perspectives to encounters with parasites while the other examines the ways that bees and beekeeping are responding to contemporary environmental pressures. Working with fish, ticks, cattle or bees his work focuses on how animals shape spaces, places and identities. JB is a member of Humanimalia’s editorial collective.

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2015-10-05

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Bull, J. (2015). Lynda Birke and Jo Hockenhull, Crossing Boundaries: Investigating Human-Animal Relationships. Humanimalia, 7(1), 134–141. https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.9987

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