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978-1-4985-2135-2 • Hardback • October 2016 • $87.00 • (£67.00)
978-1-4985-2136-9 • eBook • October 2016 • $82.50 • (£60.00)
Michael L. Zukosky is associate professor of anthropology at Eastern Washington University.
Preface: Pluralism and the Reintroduction of Przewalski’s Horses
Chapter 1 Horses and Ontological Pluralism
Chapter 2 Epistemologies in Monitoring Released Horses
Chapter 3 The Languages of Observation: The Case of Chinese Science
Chapter 4 Human Values and the Design of Wildlife Monitoring Systems
Chapter 5 Sentiments and Assessments of Reintroduction
Conclusion: Pluralism and Implications for Future Reintroductions
Przewalski’s Horses in Eurasia is sophisticated but accessible, offering readers a rare firsthand account of conservation efforts and the human values that drive them. Zukosky’s careful research and clear writing make this book an excellent choice for classroom use.
— Bryan Tilt, Oregon State University