Anne Innis Dagg
Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
East Campus Hall Room 1105
519-888-4567 ext. 32368
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.
|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|