Understanding the human-animal interactions within civet trades
 
  • The Civet Project
  • The Civet Project
 

RESEARCH

HUMAN-ANIMAL INTERACTIONS

Studying the interactions   between humans and civets

COFFEE

Investigating the relationships humans have with coffee and kopi luwak

ZOO

Studying the current captive management practices for civets in zoos

 

OUR WORK

An enthnozoological approach to studying the human-animal interactions within civet trades 

 

ABOUT US

The Civet Project is an invitation to understand human-civet interactions. Whether you are a kopi luwak partisan, coffee devotee, travel enthusiast, civet pet owner, or you've never heard of civets at all, civets have assimilated into society in vast and complex ways. The interactions humans have with civets are numerous and occur across the globe. Yet there is little ethnographic research focused on the relationships held between humans and civets within modern society.

 

The Civet Project is founded by Jes Hooper, Lecturer and PhD student studying the human-civet interactions within wildlife trade: a multi-species ethnography that explores the contextual impact of culture, ecology, economy and politics upon human-civet relatedness.

 

Jes seeks to contend anthropocentric dualism by considering agency in both humans and animals alike. Surely when investigating the compounding factors involved within consumerism, tourism, species conservation and pet ownership, both the human and animal offer intriguing insight?

If you are interested in learning more about the project please register your interest by email: jh1220@exeter.ac.uk 

 

If you would like to share your own experience with civets please use the BOOK ONLINE tab in the menu above.

Thanks for visiting.



 

FIND US

CONTACT:

Email: jh1220@exeter.ac.uk


Tel: 01273 890454 (ext: 2323)

RESEARCH HOURS:

 

Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

 
  • The Civet Project
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