Official Journal of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ)
© International Society for Anthrozoology (ISSN: 0892-7936; e-ISSN: 1753-0377)
Anthrozoös is a quarterly, peer-reviewed publication whose focus is to report the results of studies, from a wide array of disciplines, on the interactions of people and animals. Academic disciplines represented include anthropology, archaeozoology, art and literature, education, ethology, history, human medicine, psychology, sociology and veterinary medicine.
All manuscript submission to Anthrozoös uses an online manuscript submission and review system.
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Sandra Barker, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Mara M. Baun, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, USA
Lisa Beck, Bryn Mawr College, USA
Brenda Bryant, University of California Davis, USA
Matthew Chin, University of Central Florida, USA
Stine B. Christiansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Beth Daly, University of Windsor, Canada
Nancy R. Gee, State University of NY at Fredonia, USA
Yuying Hsu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Leslie Irvine, University of Colorado, USA
Rebecca Johnson, University of Missouri, USA
Sarah Knight, Independent Scholar, UK
Kurt Kotrschal, University of Vienna, Austria
Garry Marvin, Roehampton University, UK
Robert Mitchell, Eastern Kentucky University, USA
Michael Noonan, Canisius College, USA
Anke Prothmann, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Clinton Sanders, University of Connecticut, USA
Rosemary Strasser, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Joanna Swabe, Independent Scholar, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Nicola Taylor, Flinders University, Australia
Deborah Wells, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
David Wilson, University of Leicester, UK
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