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MenschenAffen – AffenMenschen

MenschenAffen – AffenMenschen

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Monkeys are probably the animals with which we most readily identify when it comes to recognizing the human in the animal. Nevertheless, they symbolize, as it were, a fear of human degeneration. The particular human-animal relationship is the subject of this cultural history. Frank Jacob explains what role apes played for the self-perception of humans and how they were and are understood as humanoid animals, for example as objects in research and popular media. In doing so, he sheds light on a history of relationships that continues to this day, whereby the intensity of this relationship between humans and primates has been redefined again and again over the centuries.

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Keywords

  • Animals & nature in art (still life, landscapes & seascapes, etc)
  • Art treatments & subjects
  • Cultural Studies
  • Film, TV & radio
  • Films, cinema
  • Media Studies
  • Popular culture
  • Society & culture: general
  • Society & Social Sciences
  • The arts

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DOI: 10.14631/978-3-96317-724-8

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