Volume 11, Number 2

Spring 2020


Roland Borgards. Parrot Poll: Animal Mimesis in Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe [.PDF] [Abstract]

Janie Hinds. Horror and the Posthuman: Edgar Allan Poe’s Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, Nonhumans, and Ethics [.PDF] [Abstract]

Irus Braverman. Fleshy Encounters: Meddling in the Lifeworlds of Zoo and Aquarium Veterinarians [.PDF] [Abstract]

Teya Brooks Pribac. Place Attachment and the Roots of Spiritual Relating in Animals [.PDF] [Abstract]

Douglas Leatherland. The Capacities and Limitations of Language in Animal Fantasies [.PDF] [Abstract]

Jérôme Michalon. The Rise of Therapy Animals’ Personhood: A Note on the Ontological Dimensions of Professional Dynamics [.PDF] [Abstract]

Olga Petri and Philip Howell. From the Dawn Chorus to the Canary Choir: Notes on the Unnatural History of Birdsong [.PDF] [Abstract]


David Farrier, Anthropocene Poetics. Deep Time, Sacrifice Zones, and Extinction (Aaron M. Moe) [.PDF]

Patricia Cox Miller, In the Eye of the Animal: Zoological Imagination in Ancient Christianity (Jared Beverly) [.PDF]

Kristen Guest and Monica Mattfeld, eds. Equestrian Cultures: Horses, Human Society, and the Discourse of Modernity (Kathryn Renton) [.PDF]

Gavin Van Horn, The Way of Coyote: Shared Journeys in the Urban Wilds (Carol Gigliotti) [.PDF]

Frank Rosell, Secrets of the Snout: The Dog’s Incredible Nose (Joan Gordon) [.PDF]

John Bierlein and the Staff of HistoryLink, Woodland: The Story of the Animals and People of Woodland Park Zoo & Andrew Flack, The Wild Within: Histories of a Landmark British Zoo (Nigel Rothfels) [.PDF]

Sarah Bezan and James Tink, ed. Seeing Animals After Derrida(Judith Still) [.PDF]



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