Volume 7, Number 2

Spring 2016


Reiko Ohnuma. Animal Doubles of the Buddha [.PDF] [Abstract]

Felice Cimatti. Beyond the human/non-human dichotomy: the philosophical problem of human animality [.PDF]

Andreas Aigner, Karl Pieper, and Herwig Grimm. “Post-Anthropocentrism” in Animal Philosophy and Ethics: The Disparity of the Prefix “Post” [.PDF] [Abstract]

Hazuki Kajiwara. Human-Animal Interaction in Post-Tsunami Japan [.PDF] [Abstract]

Sophia Booth Magnone. Microbial Zoopoetics in Octavia Butler’s Clay’s Ark [.PDF][Abstract]

Review Article

Elizabeth Young. Canine Uncanny Zone (Adrienne L. McLean, ed.,  Cinematic Canines: Dogs and Their Work in the Fiction Film; Ann-Janine Morey,  Picturing Dogs, Seeing Ourselves: Vintage American Photographs; Philip Howell,  At Home and Astray: The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain) [.PDF]


Stephen F. Eisenman, The Cry of Nature: Art and the Making of Animal Rights (Amy Freund) [.PDF]

Irus Braverman, Wild Life: The Institution of Nature (Tobias Menely) [.PDF]

Lisa Uddin, Zoo Renewal: White Flight and the Animal Ghetto (Takashi Ito) [.PDF]

Louise Westling, The Logos of the Living World: Merleau-Ponty, Animals, and Language (Sean Meighoo) [.PDF]

Tobias Menely, The Animal Claim: Sensibility and the Creaturely Voice (Janelle Schwartz) [.PDF]

Dinesh Joseph Wadiwel, The War Against Animals (Seán McCorry) [.PDF]



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