Let ‘er Buck: Gender and Animal History in Twentieth-Century American Rodeo
Contributor(s):: Whitehead, Frank
Caring and Killing: Care Labor and Feminist Ethics in the Animal Research Laboratory
Contributor(s):: Warren, Caroline
Correctional Education as Therapeutic Change: Exploring the Use of Animal-Assisted Therapy Programs with Incarcerated Women
Contributor(s):: Ciez, Terrie
La Mujer en la Frontera de lo Humano: Personajes Femeninos Liminales en el Teatro del Siglo de Oro
Contributor(s):: Gallego Zarzosa, Alicia
Horses Healing the Wounded Warrior: A Qualitative Inquiry of Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy in Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder for Female Veterans
| Contributor(s):: Wara-Goss, Rebecca R.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a major concern for military veterans in the United States and current research on women’s experiences in the military and the effects of their post-military PTSD are limited. Currently, there are a variety of evidence-based and alternative...
People of Diverse Genders and/or Sexualities and Their Animal Companions: Experiences of Family Violence in a Binational Sample.
| Contributor(s):: Damien W. Riggs, Nik Taylor, Tania Signal, Heather Fraser, Catherine Donovan
A significant body of research in the field of human-animal studies has focused on animals who live alongside humans within the home, with such animals often considered family members. To date, however, this research has focused almost exclusively on the experiences of heterosexual cisgender...
Considering the Canine: Human Discourses of Gender, Race, and Power in Interspecies Entanglements
| Contributor(s):: Meredith Helen Clark
This dissertation explores discourses in the contemporary United States surrounding the creation, coding, sterilization, and general keeping of canines in order to interrogate how sex, gender, race, class, sexuality, and species together serve biopolitical formations of social control,...
Men and mustangs: From communicative messages within the Wild Horse Inmate Program to a communicative theory of learning how to teach
| Contributor(s):: Reyes, Kristine L.
The Modern Animal
| Contributor(s):: Dwyer, Anne
The Perception of Men and Women and the Pets They Own: Female Necessarily Equal Feline?
| Contributor(s):: Santina D. Masters, Steve Colletes
While much research had investigated factors that influence the decisions io own pets, little is known about perceptions of people who own pets. In an examination of the perceptlons of people who own animals that do not fit the gender stereotype for pet ownership, 134 volunteers from a local...
The connection between domestic violence and animal cruelty in Puerto Rico: An anthropological study
| Contributor(s):: Vazquez Soto, Nancy Y.
Violence against women is one of Puerto Rico’s most critical social problems and for this reason, anthropological thought is critically necessary. Some women in Puerto Rico are vulnerable to situations of violence and control through domestic violence while their animals become involved in...
Beyond the 'Feeling Woman': Feminist Implications of Affect Studies
| Contributor(s):: Greyser, Naomi
Bitch, Bitch, Bitch: Personal Criticism, Feminist Theory, and Dog-writing
| Contributor(s):: McHugh, Susan
Toward a Postcolonial, Posthumanist Feminist Theory: Centralizing Race and Culture in Feminist Work on Nonhuman Animals
| Contributor(s):: Deckha, Maneesha
Troubling Companions: Companion Species and the Politics of Inter-relations
| Contributor(s):: Jordan, Tim
This article examines Donna Haraway's concept of companion species by asking the question: Are technologies a species or not? This question is analysed through a comparison between the companion species of Haraway's in her agility dog and the technology of the surfboard and its rider. It...
Horse stories: Rethinking the human-animal divide
| Contributor(s):: Hansen, Natalie Corinne
The affective uses of dogs: Pet-keeping in nineteenth-century England and America
| Contributor(s):: Chez, Keridiana W.