Defining Anthropomorphism with Robert Mitchell – ASI’s Defining Human-Animal Studies 23



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Our Defining HAS video series continues with a video by Robert Mitchell, who has been tasked with explaining the term anthropomorphism. Dr. Robert Mitchell is Foundation Professor of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University. He lives with his partner and 4 cats in Lexington, Kentucky. He has edited and co-edited books examining a range of psychological topics about animals and children, including deception, pretending, imagination, self-recognition, and spatial cognition, and has produced a monograph on the history of psychological studies of great apes. He has studied animals of several species, including dolphins, apes, monkeys, dogs, and humans, and has also written extensively on the relations among self-recognition, imitation and understanding other minds. He is currently writing a book about the history of ideas about using anthropomorphism to understand animals in science, and is currently studying interactions between humans and sea lions in the Galapagos islands.

San Francisco de Asis Mission Church, Taos, NM.



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San Francisco de Asis Mission Church is a church built between 1772 and 1816. It is located on the plaza in Ranchos de Taos, itself a historic district named Ranchos de Taos Plaza, about four miles southwest of the town of Taos, New Mexico. Construction on the church began around 1772 and was completed in 1815 by Franciscan Fathers and its patron is Saint Francis of Assisi. Painted by Georgia O’Keefe.

CHURCHES OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICO



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NORTHERN NEW MEXICO CHURCHES WITH MUSIC BY BLUE VENTURES