Volume 5, Number 1

Fall 2013


Lynda Birke, Tora Holmberg, and Kirilly Thompson. Stories of Animal Passports: Tracing Disease, Movements, and Identities [.PDF] [Abstract]

Eva Meijer. Political Communication with Animals [.PDF] [Abstract]

Julie McCown. Animating the Corpse: The Sutured Hybridity of Animal Puppets in Ladislas Starewitch’s The Tale of the Fox [.PDF] [Abstract]

Rodolfo Piskorski. Vicious Circles: Intersections of Gender and Species in Darren Aronofsky’s The Fountain [.PDF] [Abstract]

Irus Braverman. Animal Mobilegalities: The Regulation of Animal Movement in the American City [.PDF] [Abstract]

Emily Snyder. The Ugly Animal: Aesthetics, Power, and Animal-Human Relationality [.PDF] [Abstract]


Dominic Pettman, Human Error: Species-Being and Media Machines(Margret Grebowicz) [.PDF]

Janelle A. Schwartz, Worm Work: Recasting Romanticism (Ellen Bayer)[.PDF]

Joan B. Landes, Paula Young Lee, and Paul Youngquist, ed. Gorgeous Beasts: Animal Bodies in Historical Perspective (Rachel Poliquin)  [.PDF]

Tom Tyler, ciferae: A Bestiary in Five Fingers (Antoine Traisnel) [.PDF]

Cary Wolfe. What is Posthumanism? (Robert Geroux) [.PDF]

Aaron Herald Skabelund, Empire of Dogs: Canines, Japan, and the Making of the Modern Imperial World (Joan Gordon) [.PDF]

Colin Jerolmack, The Global Pigeon (Tora Holmberg) [.PDF]

Barbara Ambros, Bones of Contention: Animal and Religion in Contemporary Japan (Christine Marran) [.PDF]

Claire Molloy, Popular Media and Animals (Sherryl Vint) [.PDF]


ISSN 2151-8645

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