Dogs

“Contributes to our understanding of the complex, nuanced, nearly ubiquitous, and lengthy relationship between humans and domesticated dogs. Through the use of cutting-edge technologies and the incorporation of traditional indigenous knowledge and belief systems, this group of scholars pushes the boundaries of what we can and should be doing with archaeological dog remains.”—Tanya M. Peres, … Continue reading Dogs

7 Wonders of the Everglades (And How to Help Them!)

Marketing intern Micole Kaye worked closely with Mac Stone's Everglades: America's Wetland during her internship at the University Press of Florida and discovered some amazing facts about America's largest wetland. Below she shares some of the wonders you can find in the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. “One way to open your eyes … Continue reading 7 Wonders of the Everglades (And How to Help Them!)

Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists

A diverse parade of animals has probably traipsed past you at the park, on the road, and at state wildlife refuges. But would you be able to identify every creature in that wildlife line-up? Award-winning photographer Larry Allan wrote Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists to help Floridians identify and protect the species of mammals, birds … Continue reading Florida Animals for Everyday Naturalists

Trends and Traditions in Southeastern Zooarchaeology

Trends and Traditions in Southeastern Zooarchaeology Edited by Tanya M. Peres Zooarchaeology is the study of animal remains excavated from archaeological sites, an emerging field that explores what the animals of previous centuries can tell us about the humans and environments of the past. From domesticated dog cemeteries in Alabama to the subsistence strategies of Confederate … Continue reading Trends and Traditions in Southeastern Zooarchaeology