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Anne Innis Dagg

IS Senior Academic Advisor

Anne Innis DaggOffice hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
East Campus Hall Room 1105
519-888-4567 ext. 32368
email: adagg@uwaterloo.ca

Anne Innis Dagg graduated from the University of Toronto, earned an MA in genetics from this same university, and earned a PhD from the University of Waterloo in animal behaviour. Her academic interests over the years have included Ontario mammals; giraffes in Africa; gaits of mammals; sexual bias in behavioural biology; feminism especially in academics; a historical study on Canadian women non-fiction authors and their books; sociobiology; animal rights.

Anne is happy to work with any student on any of these topics and others as well. She provides a course on introductory research, Independent Studies (IS) 100, and is useful in helping students with their writing.

To learn more about Dr. Dagg and her work as a zoologist, visit her personal website.

Books by Anne Dagg
1972 Mammals of Waterloo and South Wellington Counties. Otter Press, Waterloo. With C. A. Campbell. 130 pp.
1974 Canadian Wildlife and Man. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto. 192 pp.
1974 Mammals of Ontario. Otter Press, Waterloo. 160 pp.
1976 The Giraffe: its Biology, Behavior and Ecology. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York. With J. B. Foster. 210 pp.
1977 Wildlife Management in Europe. Otter Press, Waterloo. 350 pp.
1977 Running, Walking and Jumping - the Science of Locomotion. Wykeham Science Series, Francis and Taylor, London. 144 pp.
1978 Camel Quest - Research on the Saharan Camel. York Publishing, Toronto. 150 pp.
1981 A Reference Book of Urban Ecology. Otter Press, Waterloo. 196 pp.
1981 The Camel: its Ecology, Behavior and Relationship with Man. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. With H. Gauthier-Pilters. 208 pp.
1983 Harems and Other Horrors: Sexual Bias in Behavioural Biology. Otter Press, Waterloo. 130 pp.
1986 The Fifty Per Cent Solution. Why Should Women Pay for Men's Culture? Otter Press, Waterloo. 300 pp.
1986 Moreton Island: Its History and Natural History. Tangalooma Resorts, Moreton Island, Qld., Australia. 58 pp.
1988 MisEducation: Women and Canadian Universities. OISE Press, Toronto. With Patricia J. Thompson. 135 pp.
1994 User-Friendly University: What Every Student Should Know. Otter Press, Waterloo, ON. 76 pp.
2001 The Feminine Gaze: A Canadian Compendium of Non-fiction Women Authors and their Books, 1836-1945. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. 346 pp.
2005 Love of Shopping is Not a Gene: Problems with Darwinian Psychology. Black Rose Press, Montreal. 210 pp.
2006 Pursuing Giraffe: A 1950s Adventure. Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, ON. 281 pp.
2009 The Social Behaviour of Older Animals. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
2010 Animal Friendships. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
2012 Human Evolution and Male Aggression: Debunking the Myth of Man and Ape. Cambria Press, NY. With Lee Harding, PhD
2014 Giraffe: Biology, Behaviour and Conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo