Bibliographie

JAGD IN DEUTSCHLAND

Anderson, Gary (2001): The Clash of the German Hunting Community and the Anti-Hunting-Movement: Its Political and Social Dimensions. In: German Politics & Society, Nr. 19,1, S. 37-60.

Hiller, Hubertus (2003): Jäger und Jagd: Zur Entwicklung des Jagdwesens in Deutschland zwischen 1848 und 1914. Waxmann

Koch, Wilhelm (1961): Die Jagd in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, Stuttgart: Kosmos.

Maylein, Klaus (2010): Die Jagd – Bedeutung und Ziele. Von den Treibjagden der Steinzeit bis ins 21. Jahrhundert. Marburg: Tectum Verlag.

Namayo, Stephanie (2014): Saufeder, Hirschfänger und Federspiel: Waidwerk in Franken bis zum Ende der Feudaljagd. Kitzingen: Hans-Dieter Sauerbrey Verlag

Rösner, Werner (2004): Die Geschichte der Jagd. Kultur, Gesellschaft und Jagdwesen im Wandel der Zeit. Zürich, Düsseldorf: Patmos.

Schramml, Ulrich (2012): Hunting in a sociological perspective – approaches and benefits. International symposium on hunting, »Мodern aspects of sustainable management of game population« Zemun-Belgrad, Serbien, 22. – 24. Juni, 2012

Schriewer, Klaus (2015): Natur und Bewusstsein. Ein Beitrag zur Kulturgeschichte des Waldes in Deutschland, Münster/ New York: Waxmann.

Spehr, Christoph (1994): Die Jagd nach Natur: zur historischen Entwicklung des Gesellschaftlichen Naturverhältnisses in USA, Deutschland, Großbritannien und Italien am Beispiel von Wildnutzung. Frankfurt: IKO-Verlag

Stahl, Dietrich (1979): Wild – lebendige Umwelt. Probleme von Jagd, Tierschutz und Ökologie historisch dargestellt und dokumentiert. Freiburg/ München: Alber.

Theilemann, Wolfram (2004) Adel im grünen Rock: Adliges Jägertum, Großprivatwaldbesitz und die preußische Forstbeamtenschaft 1866-1914. Berlin: Akademie Verlag

Willkomm, Hans-Dieter (1990): Die Weidmannssprache: Begriffe, Wendungen und Bedeutungswandel des weidmännischen Sprachgutes. Berlin: Deutscher Landwirtschaftsverlag

 

JAGD IN NORDAMERIKA

Cartmill, Matt (1993): A view to a death in the morning. Hunting and nature through history. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Dizard, Jan (1999): Going Wild: Hunting, Animal Rights, and the Contested Meaning of Nature. University of Massachusetts Press

Dizard, Jan (2003): Mortal Stakes: Hunters and Hunting in Contemporary America. University of Massachusetts Press

Knoll, Martin (2004): Hunting in the Eighteenth Century. An Environmental History Perspective vol. 29, 3, pp. 9–36.

Zeiss Stange, Mary (1998): Woman the Hunter. Boston: Beacon Press

 

JAGD IN GROSSBRITANNIEN

Franklin; Adrian (2001): Neo-Darwinian Leisures, the Body and Nature: Hunting and Angling in Modernity, in: Body & Society, vol. 7, no. 4, S. 57-76.

Howe, James (1981): Fox Hunting as Ritual. In American Ethnologist vol. 8, 2, pp. 278–300.

Marvin, Garry(2000) The Problem with Foxes; Licit and Illicit Killing in the English Countryside, in Knight, J. (ed), ‚Natural Enemies: People – Wildlife Conflicts in Anthropological Perspective‘ London: Routledge.

(2003) A Passionate Pursuit: Foxhunting as Performance, in Szersyznski, B., Heim, W. and Waterton, C., ‚Nature Performed: Environment, Culture & Performance‘, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd, 46 – 60.

(2004) Seeing, Watching, Observing, Looking at Animals, G. Marvin (ed.), ‚Visual Encounters – Special Edition of Society and Animals‘, Leiden: Koninklijke Bril NV, 13: 1, 1 – 11.

(2002) Inedibility, Unspeakability and the Structures of Pursuit in English Foxhunting, in N. Rothfels (ed), ‚Representing Animals‘, Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 139-158.

(2000) Natural Instincts and Cultural Passions: Transformations and Performances in Foxhunting, ‚Performance Research‘, London: Taylor & Francis, 5:2.

(2001) Cultured Killers: Creating and Representing Foxhounds, ‚Society & Animals‘, Leiden: Koninklijke Bril NV, 9:3, pp273-292.

(2006) Wild Killing: Contesting the Animal in Hunting, in Animal Studies Group (Authors) ‚Killing Animals‘, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 10-29.

(2005) Disciplined Affection: The Making of a Pack of Foxhounds, in J Knight (ed), ‚Animals in Person‘, Oxford: Berg , 61-77

(2007) Bodies in a Landscape: Engagements, Contests and Performances in English Foxhunting, in S.Coleman and T. Kohn (eds), ‚The Discipline of Leisure‘, Oxford: Berghahn Books.

(2010) Challenging Animals: Project and Process in Hunting, in Sarah Pilgrim and Jules Pretty (eds) ‚Nature and Culture: Rebuilding Lost Connections‘,London: EarthScan.

(2010) Living With Dead Animals? Trophies as Souvenirs of the Hunt, in Nathan Kowalsky (ed.) ‚Hunting-Philosophy for Everyone: In Search of the Wild Life‘, Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

(2007) English Foxhunting: A Prohibited Practice, International Journal of Cultural Property, 14, 339 – 360.

(2005) Sensing Nature: Encountering the World in Hunting, Etnofoor , XVIII (1), 15 – 26.

 

JAGD IN EUROPA

Dahles, Heidi (1991): Mannen in Het Groen: De Wereld van de jacht in Nederland. Nijmegen: SUN

Dahles, Heidi (1993): Game Killing and Killing Games: An Anthropologist Looking at Hunting in a Modern Society. Society & Animals Vol. 1 (2): 169-184

 

JAGD IN INDIGENEN GESELLSCHAFTEN

Anderson, David, and Kazunobu Ikeya, eds. 2001. Parks, property and power: Managing hunting practice and identity within state policy regimes. Senri Ethnological Studies No. 59. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.

Barnard, Alan, ed. 2004. Hunter-gatherers in history, archaeology, and anthropology. London: Berg.

Biesele, Megan, Robert Hitchcock, and Peter Schweitzer, eds. 1999. Hunter-gatherers in the modern world. Providence: Berghahn. )

Bird-David, Nurit (1990): The giving environment: another perspective on the economic system of hunter-gatherers. Current Anthropology 31: 183-196

Bird-David, Nurit (1992): Beyond ‚the original affluent society‘. Current Anthropology 33: 25-47

Brightman, Robert A. (2002). Grateful Prey: Rock Cree Human-Animal Relationships.

Burch, Ernest, and Linda Ellanna, eds. 1994. Key issues in hunter-gatherer studies. Oxford: Berg. (VI)

Cummings, Vicki, Jordan, Peter, Zvelebil, Marek (Hrsg.) (2015): The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Hunter-Gatherers. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Descola, P 1996. The Spears of Twilight: Life and Death in the Amazon Jungle. New York: The New Press

Elkholy, R 2016. Being and becoming: embodiment and experience among the Orang Rimba of Sumatra. New York: Berghahn

Ferrarini, L 2014. Ways of Knowing Donsoya: Environment, Embodiment and Perception among the Hunters of Burkina Faso. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Manchester

Finlayson, Bill, and Graeme Warren, eds. 2017. The diversity of hunter-gatherer pasts. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (XI)

Fortier, J 2009. Kings of the Forest: The cultural resilience of Himalayan hunter-gatherers. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press

Gordon, R 2016. Moving targets: hunting in contemporary Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 34 (1): 1-6

Goulet, JG 1998. Ways of Knowing: Experience, Knowledge, and Power among the Dene Tha. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press

Habu, Junko, John M. Saville, Shuzo Koyama, and Hitomi Hongo, eds. 2003. Hunter-gatherers of the North Pacific Rim. Senri Ethnological Studies No. 63. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. (VIII)

Ingold, Tim, David Riches, and James Woodburn, eds. 1988a. Hunters and gatherers, vol. I: History, evolution and social change. London: Berg. (IV)

Ingold, Tim, David Riches, and James Woodburn, eds. 1988b. Hunters and gatherers, vol. II: Power, property and ideology. London: Berg. (IV)

Kent, Steven (Hrsg.) (1996): Cultural diversity among twentieth century foragers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Knight, J. 2012. The anonymity of the hunt: a critique of hunting as sharing. Current Anthropology 53, 334-55.

Keen, Ian, and Takako Yamada, eds. 2001. Identity and gender in hunting and gathering societies. Senri Ethnological Studies No. 56. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. (VIII)

Leacock, Eleanor, and Richard Lee, eds. 1982. Politics and history in band societies. Cambridge and Paris: Cambridge University Press and La Maison des Sciences de l’Homme. (I)

Lee, Richard B./ Daly Richard (Hrsg.) (1999): The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lee, Richard B./ DeVore, Irven; Nash, Jill (1968): Man the hunter. Chicago: Aldine

Nadasdy, Paul (2007): The gift in the animal: The ontology of hunting and human-animal sociality. American Ethnologist 34 (1): 25-43

Reyes-García, Victoria, and Aili Pyhälä, eds. 2017. Hunter-gatherers in a changing world. Switzerland: Springer. (XI)

Schrire, Carmel, ed. 1984 Past and present in hunter-gatherer studies. San Francisco: Academic. (III)

Scott, C 2006. Spirit and Practical Knowledge in the Person of the Bear among Wemindji Cree Hunters. Ethnos 71 (1): 51-66

Sharp, H & Sharp, K 2015. Hunting Caribou: Subsistence Hunting Along the Northern Edge of the Boreal Forest. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press

Stewart, Henry, Alan Barnard, and Keiichi Omura, eds. 2002 Self- and other-images of hunter-gatherers. Senri Ethnological Studies No. 60. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.

Wenzel, George, Gretel Hovelsrud-Broda, and Nobuhiro Kishigami, eds. 2000. The social economy of sharing: Resource allocation and modern hunter-gatherers. Senri Ethnological Studies No. 53. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. (VIII)

Widlok, T 2016a. The universal hunter? Journal of Contemporary African Studies 34 (1): 97-110

Widlok, T 2016b. Hunter-Gatherer situations. Hunter-Gatherer Research 2 (2): 127-143

Willerslev, Rane (2007): Soulhunters: Hunting, Animism, and Personhood among the Siberian Yukaghirs. Berkely: University of California Press.

Willerslev, R 2012. On the run in Siberia. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

Willerslev, Rane, Vitebsky, Piers & Alekseyev, Anatoly (2015): Sacrifice as the ideal hunt: a cosmological explanation for the origin of reindeer domestication. JRAI 21: 1-23

Ingold, Tim (2015): Comment: From the master’s point of view: hunting is sacrifice. JRAI 21: 24-27

Willerslev, Rane, Vitebsky, Piers & Alekseyev, Anatoly (2015): Response: Defending the thesis on the ‘hunter’s double bind’. JRAI 21: 28-31