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  1. When Species Meet: Confronting Bestiality Pornography

    Contributor(s): Grebowicz, Margret

  2. Unfamiliar biological futurities: Animals in techno-science (an introduction to Sarah Franklin's "Future Mix")

    Contributor(s): Holmberg, Tora

  3. Ornithological Biography, Animal Studies, and Starling Subjectivity

    Contributor(s): Karnicky, Jeffrey

  4. Alterity and the Non-human

    Contributor(s): Marchesini, Roberto

  5. Risk, Human Health, and the Oppression of Nonhuman Animals: The Development of Transgenic Nonhuman Animals for Human Use

    Contributor(s): Peggs, Kay

  6. The Posthumanism of Roberto Marchesini

    Contributor(s): Sax, Boria

  7. Is a wolf wild as long as it does not know that it is being thoroughly managed?

    Contributor(s): Tønnessen, Morten

  8. When Species Kiss: some recent correspondence between animots

    Contributor(s): Turner, Lynn

  9. "Hooters for Neuters": Sexist or Transgressive Animal Advocacy Campaign?

    Contributor(s): Urbanik, Julie

  10. Minding Animals-the Human Re-engagement with Animals

    Contributor(s): Bennison, Rod, Williams, Linda, siobhan o'sullivan

  11. Eating Girls: Deleuze and Guattari's Becoming-Animal and the Romantic Sublime in William Blake's Lyca Poems

    Contributor(s): Heymans, Peter

  12. To Turn: California's Proposition 2 and the Ethics of Animal Mobility in Agriculture

    Contributor(s): Lulka, David

  13. Animal Farm's Lessons for Literary (and) Animal Studies

    Contributor(s): McHugh, Susan

  14. Eating Girls: Deleuze and Guattari's Becoming-Animal and the Romantic Sublime in William Blake's Lyca Poems

    Contributor(s): Heymans, Peter

    It is perhaps illustrative of animal philosophy’s strong intent to establish itself firmly in serious academia that it has recently shown interest in Gilles Deleuze and FélixGuattari’s concept of becoming-animal, a concept which is so abstrusely theoretical and abstract that...

  15. To Turn: California's Proposition 2 and the Ethics of Animal Mobility in Agriculture

    Contributor(s): Lulka, David

  16. Animal Farm's Lessons for Literary (and) Animal Studies

    Contributor(s): McHugh, Susan

  17. The Cannibal-Animal Complex in Melville, Marx, and Beyond

    Contributor(s): Pollock, Greg

    It has become axiomatic for a number of philosophic, political, and technoscientific research agendas that the categories “human” and “animal” do not mark a rigorous division. It is equally axiomatic that they continue to function strategically in the distribution of...