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Intersectional Readings on Race, Gender, Disability and Species

Books

Adams, Carol and Josephine Donovan, (Eds.)  (1994). Animals and Women: Feminist Theoretical Explorations. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Adams, Carol J. and Lori Gruen (eds.). (2014). Ecofeminism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth. New York: Bloomsbury.

Bentley, J. K., & Duncan, J. M. (Eds.). (2012). Earth, animal, and disability liberation: the rise of the eco-ability movement. Peter Lang.

Bentley, J. K., Conrad, S., Hurley, S., Lisitza, A., Lupinacci, J., Lupinacci, M. W., … & Wolbring, G. (2017). The Intersectionality of Critical Animal, Disability, and Environmental Studies: Toward Eco-ability, Justice, and Liberation. Lexington Books.

Boisseron, B. (2018). Afro-Dog: Blackness and the Animal Question. Columbia University Press.

Chen, M. Y. (2012). Animacies: Biopolitics, racial mattering, and queer affect. Duke University Press.

Gaard, G.  (2017).  Critical Ecofeminism.  Lexington Books.

Hird, M. J., & Giffney, N. (Eds.). (2016). Queering the Non/Human. Routledge.

Johnson, L. (2017). Race Matters, Animal Matters: Fugitive Humanism in African America, 1840-1930. Routledge.

Kemmerer, Lisa (ed.). (2011). Sister Species: Women, Animals, and Social Justice. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.

Kim, C. J. (2015). Dangerous Crossings: Race, Species and Nature in a Multicultural Age. Cambridge University Press.

Nibert, D., ed. (2017). Animal Oppression and Capitalism. Columbia.

Suzuki, Y. (2016). The Nature of Whiteness: Race, Animals, and Nation in Zimbabwe. University of Washington Press.

Taylor, S. (2017). Beasts of Burden: Animal and Disability Liberation. The New Press.

Wolbring, G. (2017). The Intersectionality of Critical Animal, Disability, and Environmental Studies: Toward Eco-ability, Justice, and Liberation. Lexington Books.

Articles

Allcorn, A., & Ogletree, S. M. (2018). Linked oppression: Connecting animal and gender attitudes. Feminism & Psychology.

Birke, L. (2012). Unnamed others: How can thinking about “animals” matter to feminist theorizing?. NORA-Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 20(2), 148-157.

Coulter, K. and Fitzgerald, A. (2018). The compounding feminization of animal cruelty investigation work and its multispecies implications. Gender, Work & Organization.

Cudworth, E. (2011). ‘Most Farmers Prefer Blondes’: Social Intersectionality and Species Relations. In Human and Other Animals (pp. 153-172). Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Cudworth, E. (2014). Beyond Speciesism: Intersectionality, Critical Sociology and the Human Domination of Other Animals.  The Rise of Critical Animal Studies: From the Margins to the Centre. Oxford: Routledge.

Cudworth, E. (2015). Intersectionality, Species and Social Domination. Anarchism and Animal Liberation: Essays on Complementary Elements of Total Liberation, 93-107.

Deckha, M. (2008). Intersectionality and posthumanist visions of equality. Wis. JL Gender, & Soc’y, 23, 249.

Deckha, M. (2013). Animal advocacy, feminism, and intersectionality. Deportate, esuli, profughe, 23, 48-65.

Elder, G., Wolch, J., & Emel, J. (1998). Race, Place, and the Bounds of Humanity1. Society & Animals, 6(2), 183-202.

Fraser, H., & Taylor, N. (2016). Producing Marginalized Knowledge: Privilege and Oppression on the Basis of Species, Class, and Gender. In Neoliberalization, Universities and the Public Intellectual (pp. 23-41). Palgrave Macmillan UK.

George, and JL Schatz, editors. The Intersectionality of Critical Animal, Disability, and Environmental Studies: Toward Eco-ability, Justice, and Liberation. Animal Studies Journal, 7(1), 330-333.

Glasser, C. L. (2015). Beyond intersectionality to total liberation. Animals and the environment: Advocacy, activism, and the quest for common good, 41-49.

Higginbotham, D. (2018). Women/Animals/Slaves: Race and Sexuality in Wycherley’s The Country Wife. In Early Modern Black Diaspora Studies (pp. 37-61). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Hovorka, A. (2015). Feminism and animals: Exploring interspecies relations through intersectionality, performativity and standpoint. Gender, Place and Culture, 22(1), 1-19.

Hovorka, A. J. (2012). Women/chickens vs. men/cattle: Insights on gender–species intersectionality. Geoforum, 43(4), 875-884.

Hovorka, A. J. (2015). The gender, place and culture Jan Monk distinguished annual lecture: Feminism and animals: exploring interspecies relations through intersectionality, performativity and standpoint. Gender, Place & Culture, 22(1), 1-19.

Kaijser, A., & Kronsell, A. (2014). Climate change through the lens of intersectionality. Environmental politics, 23(3), 417-433.

Kim, C. (2014). The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Michael Vick. Ecofeminism: feminist intersections with other animals and the earth. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.

Kings, A. E. (2017). Intersectionality and the changing face of ecofeminism. Ethics and the Environment, 22(1), 63-87.

McWeeny, J. (2014). Topographies of flesh: Women, nonhuman animals, and the embodiment of connection and difference. Hypatia, 29(2), 269-286.

Pendergrast, N. P. (2018). PETA, Patriarchy and Intersectionality. Animal Studies Journal, 7(1), 59-79.

Rowe, B. D. (2013). Chick-fil-A, Posthumanist Intersectionality, and Gastro-Aesthetic Pedagogy. Journal of Thought.

Russell, C. (2019). An intersectional approach to teaching and learning about humans and other animals in educational contexts. In Animals in Environmental Education (pp. 35-52). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Salter, C. (2015). The animal question and condition: intersectionality and Critical Animal Studies in the Asia-Pacific. Animal Studies Journal, 4(1), 1-11.

Shahvisi, A. (2016). Ecofeminism: feminist intersections with other animals and the earth. Journal of Gender Studies, 25(1), 112-114.

Taylor, S. (2014). Interdependent Animals: A Feminist Disability Ethics of Care. Ecofeminism: feminist intersections with other animals and the earth. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.

Twine, R. (2010). Intersectional disgust? Animals and (eco) feminism. Feminism & Psychology, 20(3), 397-406.

Wrenn, C. (2018). “Pussy grabs back: bestialized sexual politics and intersectional failure in protest posters for the 2017 women’s march.” Feminist Media Studies. Online first.

Wrenn, C. L. (2019). Black Veganism and the Animality Politic. society & animals, 27(1), 127-131.

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