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Highlights in Human-Animal Relationships:
University of Vienna Lecture Series 

Within this lecture series international experts from the fields of biology, psychology and human science gave insight into the current state of knowledge regarding human-animal relationships. 

An overview of different anthrozoological research areas, which facilitated understanding, specifically examining why it is necessary to regard humans and their relationship with animals in systemic units was given.  

From June 2012 till July 2014 two lectures per semester took place. The end of the lecture series was at the same time the beginning of the ISAZ conference. Information about all other events can be found here

Because of the financial support by Mars Austria all events were public and for free entrance!

There are no events planned at the moment. 

Organizer:
Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr. Kurt Kotrschal
Mag. Dr. Manuela Wedl
Mag. Iris Schöberl

Human-Animal Interaction Research Group
Department of Behavioural Biology 
University of Vienna
Althanstraße 14
A-1090 Wien

Contact:  
Mag Iris Schöberl

Human-Animal Interaction Research Group
Department of Behavioural Biology
University of Vienna
Althanstraße 14
A-1090 Wien
T +43 660 469 54 75 

mensch-tier.verhaltensbiologie@univie.ac.at
http://mensch-tier-beziehung.univie.ac.at

 


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Human-Animal Interaction Research Group Department of Behavioural Biology University of Vienna
Althanstraße 14
A-1090 Vienna
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