Sir Edwin Landseer, A Group of Animals, Geneva (circa 1851)
Courtesy of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Schaefer, Scott, et al. European Painting and Sculpture in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1987.
Animal studies researchers may find these other research guides of interest:
the interdisciplinary study of human-animal relations
This guide was created to support Emory researchers interested in the rapidly expanding field of animal studies, the interdisciplinary study of human-animal relations. While not exhaustive, this guide offers an overview of several of the major texts available to animal studies scholars across the disciplines, as well as key resources for both beginning and senior researchers.
The guide is divided into the following sections:
How Dogs Love Us
Oct. 7, 2013. Do our dogs love us? It's a question all dog owners say they know the answer to, but neuroscientist Gregory Berns is trying to prove it by training dogs to get in an MRI and scanning their brains. His findings are coming out in his new book "How Dogs Love Us : A Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain."