Latest Issue: Journal for Critical Animal Studies Volume VII, Issue II (2009)

Volume VII, Issue II (2009)

You can download the JCAS issue in one complete PDF document by clicking here: JCAS Volume VII, Issue II. This is the second issue that I have published as Editor-in-Chief.

Content
 

Editorial Board, ICAS Report, and Editorial
pg. 1-8

The Animal Voice Behind the Animal Fable
Namma Harel
pg. 9-21

The Broken Promises of Monsters: Haraway, Animals and the Humanist Legacy
Zipporah Weisberg
pg. 22-62

The Great Unity: Daoism, Nonhuman Animals, and Human Ethics
Lisa Kemmerer
pg. 63-83

Normative Sociology: The Intuitionist Crisis and Animals as Absent Referents
Part I of II essays on animals and normative sociology
David Sztybel
pg. 84-128


BOOK REVIEW

Pattrice Jones (2007) Aftershock: Confronting Trauma in a Violent World: A Guide for Activists and their Allies, New York: Lantern
Reviewed by: Lisa Kemmerer
pg. 129-137

FILM REVIEWS
Behind the Mask (2006) Uncaged Films and ARME
Reviewed by: Sarat Colling and Anthony J. Nocella, II
pg. 138-143

Winged Migration (2001) Sony Picture Classics
Reviewed by: Nicole R. Pallotta
pg. 144-152

This issue, past issues and much more information about JCAS can be found here: Institute for Critical Animal Studies

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About Richard J White

I am currently employed as a Reader in Human Geography. Having completed my doctoral thesis at The University of Leicester (Department of Geography) I worked as Research Assistant at The University of Warwick (Institute for Employment Research). I joined Sheffield Hallam University as a Lecturer in Economic Geography in 2006, and was the Course Leader for the B.A. (Hons) Human Geography degree between 2013-2015. Teaching Interests I have a broad interest in many radical approaches within both Human Geography, and other related social sciences. My particular expertise explores alternative/ post-capitalist forms of work and organization; anarchist and dissident geographies; geographies of activism and resistance; and critical animal geographies.
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