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Methoden der Human-Animal History (Tiergeschichte)

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Der Beitrag führt in multimethodische Ansätze der Tiergeschichte ein und zeigt, wie sich diese Disziplin einerseits klassischer Methoden, etwa der Sozial- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte, bedient und anderseits, inspiriert von dem interdisziplinären Feld der Human-Animal Studies, auf Verfahren der Etho- und Ethnologie, der Kulturgeografie, der Material Culture Studies oder der Archäzoologie zurückgreift, um Mensch-Tier-Beziehungen in der Vergangenheit sichtbar zu machen.

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Roscher, M. (2022). Methoden der Human-Animal History (Tiergeschichte). In: Haas, S. (eds) Handbuch Methoden der Geschichtswissenschaft. Springer VS, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-27798-7_27-1

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