Volume 4, Number 1

Fall 2012


Emily Porth. When Women Birthed Mooncalves and Moles: The Display of Fetal Remains and the Invisibility of Females in Museums [.PDF] [Abstract]

William M. Beachly. Eiseley's Stygian Oracle [.PDF] [Abstract]

Nora Schuurman & Riitta-Marja Leinonen. The Death of the Horse: Transforming Conceptions and Practices in Finland [.PDF] [Abstract]

Phillip Drake.The Goat that Couldn’t Stop the Mud Volcano: Sacrifice, Subjectivity, and Indonesia’s “Lapindo Mudflow” [.PDF] [Abstract]

Special Section: House of Beasts

Joanna Latimer. Meadowarts’ House of Beasts: Reimagining Human & Non-human Animal Relations at Attingham Park [.PDF]

Sophie Davies, Karolina Rucinska and Gareth Thomas. The House of Beasts’ Symposium: Enquiries into the human and the animal [.PDF]



Annie Potts, Chicken (Karen Davis) [.PDF]

Nik Taylor and Tania Signal (Eds.), Theorizing Animals: Re-thinking Humanimal Relations (Karalyn Kendall-Morwick) [.PDF]

Deborah Bird Rose, Wild Dog Dreaming: Love and Extinction (Carol Freeman)  [.PDF]

Susan McHugh, Animal Stories: Narrating across Species Lines (Karla Armbruster) [.PDF]

Brett Mizelle, Pig (Alyce Miller) [.PDF]

Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka. Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights (Nina Varsava) [.PDF]

Carol Freeman, Elizabeth Leane, and Yvette Watt, eds. Considering Animals: Contemporary Studies in Human-Animal Relations (Kari Weil) [.PDF]


Contributors [.PDF]

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