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Hybrid Communities

Hybrid Communities

Biosocial Approaches to Domestication and Other Trans-species Relationships

Charles Stépanoff et Jean-Denis Vigne (ed.)
Routledge, 2018,  324 p.

Domestication challenges our understanding of human-environment relationships because it blurs the dichotomy between what is artificialand what is natural. In domestication, biological evolution, environmental change, techniques and practices, anthropological trajectories and sociocultural choices are inextricably interconnected. Domestication is essentially a hybrid phenomenon that needs to be explored with hybrid scientific approaches.

Hybrid Communities: Biosocial Approaches to Domestication and Other Trans-species Relationships attempts for the first time to explore domestication viewed from across disciplines both in its origins and as an ongoing process. This edited collection proposes new biosocial approaches and concepts which integrate the methods of social sciences, archaeology and biology to shed new light on domestication in diachrony and in synchrony. This book will be of great interest to all scholars working on human-environment relationships, and should also attract readers from the fields of social anthropology, archaeology, genetics, ecology, botany, zoology, history and philosophy.

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