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“DOGS DON’T SPEAK”. A CONSIDERATION OF THE FLOW OF KNOWLEDGE BETWEEN DOGS, ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND HUMANS

Sarah Czerny orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-3608-6144 ; Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci, Rijeka Hrvatska


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Within anthropological studies of the human-animal relation much has been written about the objectification of animals in “Euro-American” ontology and the need to reconsider this approach. Yet, although “Euro-American” ontologies on the human-animal relation have been the focus of critique, I suggest that the question of how we might reconsider this issue is still pertinent. In this article, I offer an ethnographic account of dog owner narratives on the dog-owner relation in Croatia. Through a consideration of these narratives in terms of the “flow of knowledge” (cf. Strathern 2004), I propose that knowledge between humans and animals is already flowing but it has just not been made visible as such.

Ključne riječi

animal-human relation, knowledge production, flow

Hrčak ID:

84960

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/84960

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