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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.

Harper, A. B. (2009). Sistah vegan: Black female vegans speak on food, identity, health, and society. Lantern 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.

Weheliye, Alexander G. 2014. Habeas viscus: Racializing assemblages, biopolitics, and Black feminist theories of the human. Durham: Duke University Press.

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

Articles

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

Belcourt, Billy-Ray. 2014. Animal bodies, colonial subjects:(Re) Locating animality in decolonial thought. Societies 5(1): 1–11.

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.

Kim, Claire Jean. 2011. Moral extensionism or racist exploitation? The use of holocaust and slavery analogies in the animal liberation movement. New Political Science 33(3): 311–333.

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.

Polish, J. (2016). Decolonizing Veganism: On Resisting Vegan Whiteness and Racism. In Critical Perspectives on Veganism (pp. 373-391). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

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. (2018). Black Veganism and the Animality Politic. Society & Animals, 1(aop), 1-5.

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