The current issue of Sloth: A Journal of Emerging Voices in Human Animal Studies has been published.
This issue features the following articles:
- “Editor’s Introduction“ by Joel MacClellan
- Centering the Sloth in an Early Modern Map of Peru by Abigail Weinberg
- Pick a Pack: Animal Companionship and Shifting Identities in Andrew Marvell’s ‘The Nymph Complaining for the Death of Her Faun by Jerome Lim Jit How
- Cultures of Interspecies Cetacean Groups by Julie Gardella
- ‘All Animals Are Equal’: Animal Farm in the Anthropocene by Mikhaila Bishop
- The Unseen Labor Force: Animal Agriculture Under Global Capitalism—Exploring the Role of Architecture and Planning in the Objectification of Marginalized Groups within the British Dairy Industry by Ruby Sleigh
Sloth is an online bi-annual journal that publishes international, multi-disciplinary writing by undergraduate students and recent graduates that deals with human/non-human animal relationships from the perspectives of the social sciences, the humanities, and the natural sciences. Sloth showcases the important and innovative contributions of undergraduates, giving those who are interested in human/non-human animal relationships a way to contribute to and engage with the field, as well as an opportunity to build their skills, knowledge, and resumes in anticipation of their graduate school careers.
You can find the entire issue here.