Jill Bough, 2016. ‘Our stubborn prejudice about donkeys is shifting as they protect Australia’s sheep from wild dogs’, Australian Zoologist, 38 (1):
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The centrality of animals to the history of film, and the particular powers and properties of the animal image on film require no introduction. This issue of Antennae will be entirely dedicated to this subject.
In their witty and polemical cultural analysis, art and architecture historian Valentina Sonzogni and philosopher Leonardo Caffo explore a myriad of visual, ethical, and cultural issues relating to the idea of animality.
The Art of the Animal explores contemporary women artists’ engagement with how women and animals are depicted and treated.
Special Edition of NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies – Spring 2015 – Animals Guest edited by Professor Barbara Creed and Maarten
Scholars from all areas of human-animal studies are welcome to submit an original article to be considered for publication in ASJ.
Edited by Raynald Harvey Lemelin. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Insects such as cockroaches, mosquitoes and bed-bugs are usually not highly sought amongst travellers or recreationists, yet each year, collectors, butterfly enthusiasts, dragonfly-hunters and apiarists collect, visit, document and raise insects for recreational purposes.
Colin Dayan. Princeton University Press, 2013.
Abused dogs, prisoners tortured in Guantánamo and supermax facilities, or slaves killed by the state–all are deprived of personhood through legal acts. Such deprivations have recurred throughout history, and the law sustains these terrors and banishments even as it upholds the civil order.
Through an examination of ideas such as anthropocentrism and the social construction of animals, it looks at how animals are symbolically transformed, presented, and re-presented as part of human culture.