Volume 6, Number 2

Spring 2015

Special Section: Animals and Technoculture

Co-edited by Sherryl Vint

Richie Nimmo. The Bio-Politics of Bees: Industrial Farming and Colony Collapse Disorder [.PDF] [Abstract]

Caitlin Rose Myers. “I’m told I’m famous on the internet” – Henri the Cat and the Critical Possibility of Anthropomorphism [.PDF] [Abstract]

Joshua Schuster. The Future of the Extinction Plot: Last Animals and Humans in Octavia Butler’s Xenogenesis Trilogy [.PDF] [Abstract]

Stina Attebery. Coshaping Digital and Biological Animals: Companion Species Encounters and Biopower in the Video Games Pikmin and Pokémon [.PDF] [Abstract]

Devika Sharma. The Captive Imagination: Inhumanity, Animality, and Matthew Barney’s Cremaster 2 [.PDF] [Abstract]

Other Articles:

Daniel Vandersommers. Animal Activism and the Zoo-Networked Nation [.PDF] [Abstract]

Review Articles

Richard Iveson. Toward an Imaginary Animal Studies (Boria Sax, Imaginary Animals: The Monstrous, the Wondrous, and the Human)[.PDF]


Janice Neri. The Insect and the Image: Visualizing Nature in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1700 (Hillary Kelleher) [.PDF]

Lisa Jean Moore & Mary Kosut. Buzz: Urban Beekeeping and the Power of the Bee (Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir) [.PDF]

Christopher Peterson. Bestial Traces: Race, Animality and Sexuality (Chloe Diamond-Lenow) [.PDF]

Margo DeMello. Animals & Society: An Introduction to Human-Animal Studies (Adam Weitzenfeld) [.PDF]

Isabelle Mauz. Gens, Cornes et Crocs (Céline Granjou) [.PDF]

Jocelyne Porcher. Pour une Mort Digne des Animaux (Boria Sax) [.PDF]




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