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February 2019 Human-Animal Studies Books

Following are some of the books coming out this month that we are excited about! Taylor, N. and H. Fraser. (2019). Companion Animals and Domestic Violence: Rescuing Me, Rescuing You. Palgrave Macmillan. In this book, Nik Taylor and Heather Fraser consider how we might...

February 2019 Human-Animal Studies Articles

Following are articles that came out in February 2019 in the field of human-animal studies: Alam, A. N., Siddiqua, M., Siddiqua, A., Akther, N., Sarker, M., Biswas, S. N., & Bose, C. S. (2019). Epidemiological Aspect of Dog Bite and Response of The Dog Bite...

Interested in Intersectionality?

For those interested in reading about the ways in which race, gender, sexuality, and disability intersect with, and help shape, animal oppression, we’ve put together a list of readings which will help you to unpack these complicated issues. To find the list,...

New Syllabi Available!

We are excited to announce the addition of new syllabi in a number of fields, for scholars wishing to see what others have done in creating their human-animal studies courses. Please visit this page to check out the syllabi, and if you’d like to share yours,...

New HAS Books January 2019

Baker, T. (2019). Writing Animals: Language, Suffering, and Animality in Twenty-First-Century Fiction. Springer. This book surveys a broad range of contemporary texts to show how representations of human-animal relations challenge the anthropocentric nature of...