Volume 9, Number 1

Fall 2017


Estée Crenshaw. The Domestic Chicken as Legal Fiction: Cruelty for Profit [.PDF] [Abstract]

Jody Berland. Attending the Giraffe [.PDF] [Abstract]

Roberto Marchesini. What is Philosophical Ethology?[.PDF] [Abstract]

Lucyna Kostuch. Do animals have a homeland? Ancient Greeks on the cultural identity of animals [.PDF] [Abstract]

J. Kasi Jackson. Companion Species and Model Systems: Researcher and Animal Relationships in the Work of Alice Sheldon/James Tiptree, Jr. [.PDF] [Abstract]

Dagmar Van Engen. How to Fuck a Kraken: Cephalopod Sexualities and Nonbinary Genders in EBook Erotica [.PDF] [Abstract]

Review Articles

Matthew Calarco. Life and Relation beyond Animalization (Richard Iveson, Zoogenesis: Thinking Encounter with Animals) [.PDF]

Erica Fudge. Thinking with Vinciane Despret (Vinciane Despret, What Would Animals Say If We Asked the Right Questions?) [.PDF]


Michael Engelhard. Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon (Margery Fee) [.PDF]

Christophe Traïni. The Animal Rights Struggle: An Essay in Historical Sociology (Elizabeth Cherry) [.PDF]

Kathryn Kirkpatrick and Borbála Faragó, eds. Animals in Irish Literature and Culture (Nathaniel Myers) [.PDF]

Monica Mattfeld. Becoming Centaur:Eighteenth-Century Masculinity and English Horsemanship (Richard Nash) [.PDF]

Donna J. Haraway. Staying with the Trouble. Making Kin in the Chthulucene (Richard Iveson) [.PDF]



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