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History of Hunting; Hunting in Culture & Arts

AuthorYearTitle
Buhler Doyle Leo2011Capturing the game: the artist-sportsman and early animal conservation in American hunting imagery, 1830s-1890s
Crowder Nicole2017Hunting with eagles: This 4,000 year-old art is dying out in Mongolia
Fitzpatrick Katie & Berbesque J Colette2018Hunter?Gatherer Models in Human Evolution
Garfinkel Alan P2006Paradigm Shifts, Rock Art Studies and the “Coso Sheep Cult” of Eastern California
Graham Regina F2016Brutally graphic photo exhibit reveals the hunting culture in both gruesome and honest images
Hardijzer Carol2018Hunter and hunted photographed – Early South African hunting photographs (1860s to 1910)
Hussain Shafqat2010Sports-hunting, Fairness and Colonial Identity: Collaboration and Subversion in the Northwestern Frontier Region of the British Indian Empire
Ilongo Fritz N.2017Reframing hunting, gathering, tool-making and art, as expressions of evolution of consciousness as depicted in Jean Gebser’s ‘the ever-present origin’
Jones Terry L2013Archaeological perspectives on prehistoric conservation in western North America
Kingsley-Heath John1998Botswana Beginnings: The Birth of the Safari Industry (1962-1963)
Kumamoto University2018What the hunt brings: A survey of game meat and Japanese hunting culture
Livni Ephrat2018A new theory claims Homo sapiens beat out Neanderthals because of art
Manore Jean L & Miner Dale G2006The Culture of Hunting in Canada
Mortona Fred & Hitchcock Robert2013Tswana Hunting: Continuities and Changes in the Transvaal and Kalahari after 1600
Sharp Robin2010The Great Game: the interaction of field sports and conservation in Britain from the 1950s to 2008
Sooke Alastair2017Why the lion is art’s most powerful symbol
Stiles Daniel2001Hunter-Gatherer Studies: The Importance of Contect
Valdez Raul2013Exploring our ancient roots: Genghis Khan to Aldo leopold, the origins of wildlife management
van der Geer Alexandra2008Animals in Stone: Indian Mammals Sculptured Through Time
Reichert Willy2010Für eine neue Erkenntnis in der Jagdkunst
Gonzalez Jorge M2010Ernst Schäfer (1910-1992) – from the mountains of Tibet to the Northern Cordillera of Venezuela: a biographical sketch
Coleman Katie2013Academy of Natural Sciences: From Science to War — Brooke Dolan II of The Academy of Natural Sciences
Allen Glover M1930Bovidae from the Asiatiac Expeditions (American Museum Novitates Nr 410)
Allen Glover M1938509 Ovis ammon darwini Darwin’s Sheep Argali (in Allen – The Mammals of China and Mongolia)
Allen Glover M1938510 Pseudois nayaur szechuanensis Chinese Blue Sheep (in Allen – The Mammals of China and Mongolia)
Allen J A1897Preliminary Description of a new mountain sheep from the British Northwest Territory
Allen J A1901The Musk Oxen of Arctic America and Greenland
Allen J A1902A new sheep from the Kenai Peninsula
Allen J A1903Report on the mammals collected in northeastern Siberia by the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, with itnerary and field notes by N G Buxton
Allen J A1904A new sheep from Kamchatka
Allen J A1909Mammals from the Shen-Si Province, China
Allen J A1912Historical and Nomenclatorial Notes on North American Wild Sheep
DeGeorges P A2012African Traditional Hunters & Their Weapons
DeGeorges P A & Reilly B K2008Great Black Hunters, Conservation & Wildlife in Sub-Saharan Africa (in DeGeorges & Reilly: A critical evaluation of conservation and development in Sub-Saharan Africa)
Gess D W (MA Thesis)2014Hunting and Power: Class, race and privilege in the Eastern Cape and the Transvaal lowveld, c. 1880-1905
Goodrich A (PhD Thesis)2013Rifling Through ‘Nature’: An ethnographic account of biltong hunting, late capitalist ‘nature’ and a politics of belonging in the South African wildlife ranching industry