New Bodies in the Dolphin Encounter

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James Curry-Castillo

Abstract

This article examines the recent media coverage and scientific work on the field of dolphin communication, specifically of the work of Dr. Denise Herzing and the Wild Dolphin Foundation, and analyzes the interaction between humans and dolphins in the biotechnical search for language translation. 

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Curry-Castillo, James. 2016. “New Bodies in the Dolphin Encounter”. Radicle: Reed Anthropology Review 1 (1). https://radiclejournal.org/index.php/rrar/article/view/14.
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