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Articles on Human-Animal Studies

This is a collection of articles on Human-Animal Studies from the Society & Animals Journal. Society & Animals 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.

O’Sullivan, S., Watt, Y., & Probyn-Rapsey, F. (2019). Tainted Love: The Trials and Tribulations of a Career in Animal Studies. Society & Animals, 1(aop), 1-22.

Hovorka, A. J. (2019). Teaching the Nonhuman Animal in Higher Education: Interdisciplinary Experiential Learning. Society & Animals, 1(aop), 1-18.

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

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.

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

Coghlan, S. (2016). Humanism, Anti-Humanism, and Nonhuman Animals. Society & Animals24(4), 403-419.

Gallagher, T. J. (2016). Human-Animal Studies, GH Mead, and the Question of Animal Minds. Society & Animals24(2), 153-171.

Wilkie, R. (2015). Academic “Dirty Work”: Mapping Scholarly Labor in a Tainted Mixed-species Field. Society & Animals23(3), 211-230.

Prade, J. (2014). Not Coming to Terms: Nonhuman Animals and the Edge of Theory. Society & Animals22(3), 309-328.

Billany, R. (2014). Dog at My Feet: A Moment of Identity Construction within Dissertation Acknowledgements. Society & Animals22(3), 221-240.

Aaltola, E. (2011). The philosophy behind the movement: Animal studies versus animal rights. Society & Animals19(4), 393-406.

DeMello, M., & Shapiro, K. (2010). The state of human-animal studies. Society & Animals18(3), 307-318.

McHugh, S. (2009). Modern Animals: From Subjects to Agents in Literary Studies. Society & Animals17(4), 363-367.

Mulcock, J., & Lloyd, N. (2007). Human-animal studies in Australia: current directions. Society & Animals15(1), 1-5.

Birke, L. (2002). Intimate familiarities? Feminism and human-animal studies. Society & Animals10(4), 429-436.

Armstrong, P. (2002). The postcolonial animal. Society & Animals10(4), 413-420.

Emel, J., Wilbert, C., & Wolch, J. (2002). Animal geographies. Society & Animals10(4), 407-412.

Ritvo, H. (2002). History and animal studies. Society & Animals10(4), 403-406.

Garner, R. (2002). Political science and animal studies. Society & Animals10(4), 395-402.

Mullin, M. (2002). Animals and anthropology. Society & Animals10(4), 387-394.

Beirne, P. (2002). Criminology and animal studies: A sociological view. Society & Animals10(4), 381-386.

Kruse, C. (2002). Social animals: Animal studies and sociology. Society & Animals10(4), 375-379.

Arluke, A. (2002). A sociology of sociological animal studies. Society & Animals10(4), 369-374.

Herzog, H. (2002). Darwinism and the study of human-animal interactions. Society & Animals10(4), 361-368.

Raupp, C. D. (2002). The” Furry Ceiling:” Clinical Psychology and Human-Animal Studies. Society & Animals10(4), 353-360.

Melson, G. F. (2002). Psychology and the study of human-animal relationships. Society & Animals10(4), 347-352.

Gerbasi, K. C., Anderson, D. C., Gerbasi, A. M., & Coultis, D. (2002). Doctoral dissertations in human-animal studies: News and views. Society & Animals10(4), 339-346.

Shapiro, K. (2002). Editor’s Introduction: The State of Human-Animal Studies: Solid, at the Margin!. Society and Animals10(4), 331-338.

Shapiro, K. (2002). The Second Decade. Society & Animals10(1), 1-2.

Balcombe, J. (1999). Animals & society courses: A growing trend in post-secondary education. Society & Animals7(3), 229-240.


Updated July 2019

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