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HARE: Human-Animal Relationships: Home

Resources for students in the HARE courses.

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Welcome to this research guide in anthropology. I am Robyn Reid, the librarian for HARE. In this research guide, you will find recommendations on where to look for resources for Human and Animal Relations.

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Librarian for: Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Communication Studies, Education, Geography, History, Military Science, Political Science

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