Volume 8, Number 2

Spring 2017


Jennifer Wolch & Marcus Owens. Animals in Contemporary Architecture and Design [.PDF] [Abstract]

Sean Meighoo. Human Language, Animal Code, and the Question of Beeing [.PDF] [Abstract]

Karen K. Dalke & Megan J. Olson Hunt. Mustangs and Domestic Horses: Examining What We Think We Know About Differences [.PDF] [Abstract]

Michael Sherbert. Revising Posthumanist Aesthetics in the Ethical Treatment of Nonhuman Animals [.PDF] [Abstract]

Adeline Rother. Becoming Zoö-curious: Reading Sexual Differences in the Field of Animal Life [.PDF] [Abstract]

Julie Andreyev. Responding to Dogs [.PDF] [Abstract]

Matt Barlow. Enchanted Bee-ings: Encounters and Movements beyond the Human [.PDF] [Abstract]

Review Articles

Carrie Packwood Freeman. The Protection of Meat (Kip Andersen & Keegan Kuhn, Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret) [.PDF]

Reuben Message. Newcomers to the Farm? (Marianne E. Lien, Becoming Salmon: Aquaculture and the Domestication of a Fish) [.PDF]


Joseph Campana & Scott Maisano, eds. Renaissance Posthumanism (Justin Kolb) [.PDF]

Eben Kirksey, Emergent Ecologies (Phillip Drake) [.PDF]

Michał Piotr Pręgowski and Justyna Włodarczyk. Free Market Dogs: The Human-Canine Bond in Post-Communist Poland (Joan Gordon) [.PDF]

Jeanne Dubino, Ziba Rashidian, and Andrew Smyth, Eds., Representing the Modern Animal in Culture (Bill Hutchison) [.PDF]

Mark Essig, Lesser Beasts: A Snout-to-Tail History of the Humble Pig (Hillary Kelleher) [.PDF]



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