Making Animal Meaning

Making Animal Meaning

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An elucidating collection of ten original essays, Making Animal Meaning reconceptualizes methods for researching animal histories and rethinks the contingency of the human-animal relationship. The vibrant and diverse field of animal studies is detailed in these interdisciplinary discussions, which include voices from a broad range of scholars and have an extensive chronological and geographical reach. These exciting discourses capture the most compelling theoretical underpinnings of animal significance while exploring meaning-making through the study of specific spaces, species, and human-animal relations. A deeply thoughtful collection a€” vital to understanding central questions of agency, kinship, and animal consumption a€” these essays tackle the history and philosophy of constructing animal meaning.These foundational chapters set the stage for the observational essays in Part 2. Together, these chapters demonstrate new understandings of central questions concerning animal agency, kinship, and consumption. By providing such a forum, anbsp;...


Title:Making Animal Meaning
Author: Linda Kalof, Georgina M. Montgomery
Publisher:MSU Press - 2011-12-01
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