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Articles on Human-Animal Studies

This is a collection of articles on Human-Animal Studies from the Society & Animals Journal.  The Society & Animals Journal is an academic journal that publishes studies that describe and analyze our experiences of non-human animals from the perspective of various disciplines within both the social sciences and humanities.

Gunderman, H. C. (2018). Intersectional Scholar–Activism: Seeing Human and Nonhuman Animal Struggles through the Lenses of Social Issues. Society & Animals, 26(3), 331-334.

Hamilton, L., & Mitchell, L. (2018). Knocking on the door of Human-Animal Studies: Valuing work across Disciplinary and Species Borderlines. Society & Animals, 26(4).

A Sociology of Sociological Animal Studies. Arnold Arluke. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 369 –374.

Academic “Dirty Work” ,  Rhoda Wilkie, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 3

Animal Geographies, Jody Emel. Chris Wilbert, and Jennifer Wolch. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 407 –412.

Animals & Society Courses: A Growing Trend in Post-Secondary Education. Jonathan Balcombe. Volume 7, Issue 3. Pages 229 – 240.

Animals and Anthropology. Molly Mullin. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 387 –393.

Criminology and Animal Studies: A Sociological View. Piers Beirne. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 381 –386.

Doctoral Dissertations in Human-Animal Studies: News and Views. Kathleen C. Gerbasi, David C. Anderson, Alexandra M. Gerbasi, Debbie Coultis. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 339 –346.

S&A: The Second Decade. Kenneth Shapiro. Volume 10, Issue 1. Pages: 1 –2.

History and Animal Studies. Harriet Ritvo. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 403 –406.

Human-Animal Studies in Australia: Current Directions. Natalie Lloyd; Jane Mulcock. Volume 15, Issue 1. Pages: 1 –5.

Intimate Familiarities? Feminism and Human-Animal Studies. Lynda Birke. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages 429 – 436.

Modern Animals: From Subjects To Agents In Literary Studies. Susan McHugh. Volume 17, Issue 4. Pages: 363 –367.

Not Coming to Terms: Nonhuman Animals and the Edge of Theory. Juliane Prade. Volume 22, Issue 3. Pages: 309 –328.

Political Science and Animal Studies. Robert Garner. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 395 –401.

Psychology and the Study of Human-Animal Relationships. Gail F. Melson. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 347 –352.

Social Animals: Animal Studies and Sociology. Corwin R. Kruse. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 375 –379.

The “Furry Ceiling”: Clinical Psychology and Animal Studies. Carol D. Raupp. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 353 –360.

Darwinism and the Study of Human-Animal Interactions. Harold Herzog. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages: 361 –367.

The Philosophy behind the Movement: Animal Studies versus Animal Rights. Elisa Aaltola. Volume 19, Issue 4. Pages: 393 –406.

The Postcolonial Animal. Philip Armstrong. Volume 10, Issue 4, pages: 413 –419.

The State of Human-Animal Studies. Kenneth Shapiro; Margo DeMello. Volume 18, Issue 3. Pages: 307 –318.

The State of Human-Animal Studies: Solid, at the Margin! Kenneth J. Shapiro. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages 331 – 337.

Wagler, A., & Wagler, R. (2016). Beliefs about Future Curriculum. Society & Animals, 24(6), 596-617.

Dog at My Feet: A Moment of Identity Construction within Dissertation Acknowledgements, Ruth Billany

Coghlan, S. (2016). Humanism, Anti-Humanism, and Nonhuman Animals. Society & Animals, 24(4),

Gallagher, T. J. (2016). Human-Animal Studies, GH Mead, and the Question of Animal Minds. Society & Animals, 24(2),

Updated January 2019

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