From hunting ethics to animal rights to tensions between hunting sub-groups, this towering collection of essays address important historical and contemporary issues regarding the culture and practice of hunting.
Jean L. Manore teaches history at Bishop's University. Dale G. Miner is a partner in a research consulting business. For many years, he has also been a canoe-trip and hunting guide and a long-time advocate of hunting and hunters' rights. Contributors include Louis Bird and Roland Bohr; J. Alexander Burnett; David Calverley; Leigh Clarke; Kenneth Coates; Greg Gillespie; Edward Hanna; Bruce W. Hodgins; Peter Kulchyski; Jason E. McCutcheon; Edward Reid; Mark Simpson; Robert Sopuck; Tim Sopuck; and Simon Wallace.