This episode of Knowing Animals features Associate Professor Nik Taylor. Nik is from the School of Social and Policy Studies at Flinders University. Nik is a prolific Animal Studies scholar. In this episode we discuss Nik’s new book ‘Ethnography after Humanism’ which she has co-authored with Lindsay Hamilton and which is published by Palgrave Macmillan.
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This episode of Knowing Animals features Prof. James Serpell. James is Marie A. Moore Professor of Ethics & Animal Welfare, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He is also Director, Center for the Interaction of Animals and Society. We discuss his recently updated and re-issued book ‘The Domestic Dog’. It is an edited collection, published by Cambridge University Press.
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In this episode of Knowing Animals we are joined by a very special guest, Dr. Hayley Singer from the University of Melbourne. Hayley has a PhD in creative writing and is interested in ecological and feminist theories of flesh, fiction, avant-garde writing practices and philosophy. Today we will consider Hayley’s piece ‘Writing the Fleischgeist’ which appears in the Animal Studies Journal in 2016.
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