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New Books in Human-Animal Studies October 2019

Following are the Human-Animal Studies books we are excited about this month! Binfet, J. T., & Hartwig, E. K. (2019). Canine-Assisted Interventions: A Comprehensive Guide to Credentialing Therapy Dog Teams. Routledge. Covering principles of therapy dog team...

New HAS Readings September 2019

Adams, M. (2019). The kingdom of dogs: Understanding Pavlov’s experiments as human-animal relationships. Theory and Psychology, 1-21. Armbruster, Karla. “The Gaze of Predators and the Redefinition of the Human.” On Active Grounds: Agency and Time in the Environmental...

New HAS Books September 2019

Here are the books we are excited about this month! Leshko, I. (2019). Allowed to Grow Old: Portraits of Elderly Animals from Farm Sanctuaries. University of Chicago Press. There’s nothing quite like a relationship with an aged pet—a dog or cat who has been at our...

Beastly Modernisms

If modernism heralded a moment of socio-political, cultural and aesthetic transformation, it also instigated a refashioning of how we think about, encounter, and live with animals. Beasts abound in modernism. Virginia Woolf’s spaniel, T.S. Eliot’s cats, James Joyce’s...