POTTS, Annie; ARMSTRONG, Philip; BROWN, Deirdre. A New Zealand book of beasts

animals in our culture, history and everyday life

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  • Felipe F. Vander Velden Depto. de Antropologia - Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2316-9133.v28i1p314-318

Palavras-chave:

Nova Zelândia - Fauna - Relações Humano-Animal

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Trata-se da resenha do livro: POTTS, Annie; ARMSTRONG, Philip; BROWN, Deirdre. A New Zealand book of beasts: animals in our culture, history and everyday life. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2013, 288p., uma exploração da antropologia e da história cultural das relações entre humanos e animais na Nova Zelândia.

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2019-06-19

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Vander Velden, F. F. (2019). POTTS, Annie; ARMSTRONG, Philip; BROWN, Deirdre. A New Zealand book of beasts: animals in our culture, history and everyday life. Cadernos De Campo (São Paulo 1991), 28(1), 314-318. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2316-9133.v28i1p314-318

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