Legitimizing leisure experiences as emotional work: A post‐humanist approach to gendered equine encounters
Contributor(s):: Finkel, Rebecca, Danby, Paula
Therapeutic landscapes and non-human animals: the roles and contested positions of animals within care farming assemblages
Contributor(s):: Gorman, Richard
"Forntidens vildar": Perspektiv på relationen mellan djur och människor i grottan Stora Förvar
Contributor(s):: Tobias Lindström
The cave Stora Förvar, excavated in the end of the 19th century, yielded a vast archaeological assemblage, providing great insight into the stone-age occupation of Stora Karlsö, an island a few kilometers off the west coast of Gotland. The bones of around ten humans dating to the...
Art, Artistic Research, and the Animal Question
Contributor(s):: Helena Pedersen
Recent developments in cultural studies and other areas of the humanities and social sciences point to an ‘animal turn’, an increasing interest in posthumanist, non-anthropocentric approaches toward exploring the multiple roles and meanings of animals in human lifeworlds. This paper...
Animals in Looking-Glass World: Fables of Überhumanism and Posthumanism in Heidegger and Nietzsche
Contributor(s):: Iveson, Richard
The Problem of Anthropomorphous Animals: Toward a Posthumanist Ethics
Contributor(s):: Varsava, N.
Posthumanist (auto)ethnography: Toward the ethical representation of other animals
Contributor(s):: Robinson, Christine Christina L.
Dogs and technology: Our most beloved companions in twentieth and twenty-first century America
Contributor(s):: Bow, Claire V.
Since the suburban rush and steep rise in household technological devices in the mid-twentieth century, Americans have drawn apart from each other, a shift that has coincided with a rise in both dog ownership and the adoption of handheld mobile devices. This paper argues that these phenomena,...