June 15, 2018
A dog may be man’s best friend, but the relationship is far more complex than most folks think. That’s what students in a Maymester course titled Canine Cultures discovered while using sociocultural anthropology research methods and concepts.
Taught by Margaret Wiener, associate professor in Carolina’s anthropology department, the course examines the bonds between humans and dogs that are so familiar in Western culture but have neither been practiced worldwide nor for very long over the course of human history.
Find the whole University Gazette article here.
The Durham Herald Sun article can be found here.