Dawne McCance. SUNY Press, 2012 Having roots as a specialized philosophical movement at Oxford University in the early 1970s, critical animal studies
Edited by Julie A. Smith and Robert W. Mitchell. Columbia University Press, 2013
In these multidisciplinary essays, academic scholars and animal experts explore the nature of animal minds and the methods humans conventionally and unconventionally use to understand them.
Animal studies and biopolitics are two of the most dynamic areas of interdisciplinary scholarship, but until now, they have had little to say to each other. Bringing these two emergent areas of thought into direct conversation in Before the Law, Cary Wolfe fosters a new discussion about the status of nonhuman animals and the shared plight of humans and animals under biopolitics.
The May 2013 issue of the Journal of the History of Biology is a special issue featuring four research papers on the Early Modern history of animal experimentation.
The Institute for Critical Animal Studies is pleased to invite proposals for a new book series, Critical Animal Studies, to be published by Rodopi Press, one of Europe’s premiere academic presses.
Animalibus: Of Animals and Cultures is an exciting book series, co-edited by historian Nigel Rothfels and anthropologist Garry Marvin, and published by the Pennsylvania State University Press.
The Journal is a focus of inquiry, argument, and exchange dedicated to exploring the moral dimension of our relations with animals.
The interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary journal, Environment, Space, Place (ZETA Books), is under new editorial direction and is looking for articles from contributors that make the ‘geographical turn’ in their research by framing, or making thematic, the spatial/placial component of the earthly/worldly phenomena.
Empire and the Animal Body explores representations of exotic animals in Victorian adventure fiction, mainly in works by R. M. Ballantyne, G. A. Henty, G. M. Fenn, Paul du Chaillu, H. Rider Haggard and John Buchan.
Animals and War is the first collection of essays to explore its important, yet neglected, topic. Scholars from sociology, history, anthropology, and literary and cultural studies investigate the presence of animals in human wars.