Panel Three :
Sharing Practices, Cultures, and Identities
The presentations in this panel show how much living with elephants cannot be summed-up by a utilitarian or one-way relation. Being engaged in daily relationships with elephants can mean so much more including constituting who we, as humans, are in terms of culture and identity. The sharing of environment and life over the long-term offers a space where learning from each other and sharing practises is mutually beneficial for both humans and elephants.
This panel will be chaired by Khyne U Mar from the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, The University of Sheffield