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  1. Gandhi and the Cow: The Ethics of Human/Animal Relationships

  2. "Nothing of the Origin and Destiny of Cats": The Remainder of the Logos

  3. Companion Cats as Co-citizens? Comments on Sue Donaldson's and Will Kymlicka's "Zoopolis". (Series: Georges Canguilhem)

  4. Enriching the Lives of Wild Horses: Designing Opportunities for Them to Flourish

  5. Beyond Animal Rights: Food, Pets and Ethics [Book Review}

  6. The Moral Status of Invasive Animal Research. (Series: Animal Research Ethics: Evolving Views and Practices (S. Gilbert, G. E. Kaebnick, T. Murray, eds.))

  7. Are Dogs the New Hummer?

  8. Can we see a moral question about animals?

  9. Literary worlds with ethnological, ecological and animalistic niches

  10. Seeing animals, speaking of nature: visual culture and the question of the animal

  11. Illegitimate killers : the symbolic ecology and cultural politics of coyote-hunting tournaments in Addison County, Vermont

  12. Animal liberation and rights

  13. Death of the farm: culling badgers in north Pembrokeshire

  14. What's in a name? Anthrozoology, human-animal studies, animal studes or...?

  15. Human-animal relations :a response to Franklin (AT17,3), Liep (AT17,5), Edelman (AT18,3) and Peace (AT18,5)

  16. Issues affecting subsistence security in Arctic societies

  17. Making testing work: professional practices in a UK animal testing facility

  18. Witness humans, animals, and the politics of becoming

  19. The naturecultures of foie gras: techniques of the body and a contested ethics of care

  20. Le tournant obscurantiste en anthropologie : de la zoomanie à l'animalisme occidentaux = The obscurantist turn in anthropology : from zoomania to animalism in the west