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Series and Journals
Bookcover  Critical Animal Studies
ISSN: 2212-4950
E-ISSN: 2212-4969

General Editors:
Helena Pedersen, Malmö University > Stockholm University (Sweden)
Vasile Stanescu, Stanford University (US) > Mercer University

Editorial Board:
Stephen R.L. Clark, University of Liverpool (U.K.)
Amy J. Fitzgerald, University of Windsor (Canada)
Anthony J. Nocella, II, Hamline University (U.S.)
John Sorenson, Brock University (Canada)
Richard Twine, Lancaster University (UK) > University of London and Edge Hill University (UK)
Richard J. White, Sheffield Hallam University (U.K.)

Critical Animal Studies investigates and challenges the complex dynamics of structural, institutional and discursive power formations that affect animals, humans, and the environment. By “critical” we mean that animal studies must not become a safe and sanitized discourse; it must use its unique and powerful perspective to advance a radical and oppositional dissent that engages and politicizes the many profound ethical, environmental, and social issues embedded in animal studies. With a critical orientation to the study of human-animal relationships the series seeks to contribute to current debates and be a resource for social justice, animal advocacy and environmental movements and research as well as for humanities and social science scholars more generally. The series bridges boundaries between academic and activist knowledge development, between scholarship and citizenship, between theory and praxis, as well as between existing disciplines. We particularly invite texts that explore under researched areas such as animals and climate change, globalization, capital, colonialism, queer theory, education theory, childhood studies, labor issues, and disability studies. We welcome contributions from any discipline.

Possible book proposals may:
Intervene in the animal economy of the production, science, service, experience, and culture industries;
Critically analyze ideologies, practices and effects of the current animal welfare movements;
Explore diverse forms and sites of human and animal resistance;
Reappraise preexisting texts (such as Elaine Scarry’s The Body in Pain) by exploring new connects to the field of critical animal studies;
Contribute to bold, innovative, and boundary shifting knowledge development in critical animal studies.
Framing Farming: Communication Strategies for Animal Rights., Freeman, Carrie P. NEW
Women, Destruction, and the Avant-Garde., Socha, Kim

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