189082

Springer, Dordrecht

2018

283 pages

ISBN 978-3-319-92503-5

Exploring animal encounters

philosophical, cultural, and historical perspectives

Edited by

Dominik Ohrem , Matthew Calarco

This collection of essays offers multifaceted explorations of animal encounters in a range of philosophical, cultural, literary, and historical contexts. Exploring Animal Encounters encourages us to think about the richness and complexity of animal lives and human-animal relations, foregrounding the intricate roles nonhuman creatures play in the always already more-than-human sphere of ethics and politics. In this way, the essays in this volume can be understood as a contribution to alternative imaginings of interspecies coexistence in a time in whichthe issue of human relations with earth and earth others has come to the fore with unprecedented force and severity.

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Full citation [Harvard style]:

Ohrem, D. , Calarco, M. (eds) (2018). Exploring animal encounters: philosophical, cultural, and historical perspectives, Springer, Dordrecht.

The three ethologies

Calarco Matthew

45-62

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Hanging together in a touch

Goebel James R.

63-91

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Such beastly behavior!

McFarland Sarah E.

93-111

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Precarious encounters

Shukin Nicole

113-136

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The photographer and the zoo

Malamud Randy

139-151

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Bestiality in a time of smallpox

Boddice Rob

155-178

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Dissolving into visibility

McCown Julie

179-208

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Of primates' bodies

Fuentes Agustín

233-252

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Incorrect and beautiful anatomies

García Christina

253-275

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