Territoires des humains et territoires des animaux : Eléments de réflexions pour une géographie animale

Abstract : Dealing jointly with species and their environments, geography serves as a fertile bridge between the human and social sciences and the natural sciences. It allows study of areas shared between humans and non-humans, within which the animal is a particularly strong heuristic example. To understand conditions and ways in which areas are shared between humans and animals, the territory(ies) of each must be understood : how they function, their interactions, dynamics, respective adaptations as well as their spatial and cultural associations. This is because the territory of one (human) creates the territory of the other (non-human) and vice versa. In France, recent initiatives have led to the emergence of a “humanimal” geography, strongly influenced by a culturalist approach. This edition of the Annales de Géographie intends to complement this approach by addressing the issue at the interface between ecology and geography. We retrace the animal’s place in geography to better understand how it can be a model of our relationships with the environment, especially in a context where areas of encounter between humans and animals are multiplying.
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Sarah Bortolamiol, Richard Raymond, Laurent Simon. Territoires des humains et territoires des animaux : Eléments de réflexions pour une géographie animale. Annales de géographie, Armand Colin, 2017, dossier « Territoire des hommes, territoire des animaux », 716 (4), pp.387-407. ⟨http://www.revues.armand-colin.com/geographie/annales-geographie/annales-geographie-ndeg-716-42017/territoires-humains-territoires-animaux-elements-reflexions-geographie-animale⟩. ⟨halshs-01596882⟩

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