In this episode of Knowing Animals we are joined by a very special guest, Dr. Susan Pyke from the University of Melbourne. Sue has a PhD from the School of Culture and Communications. Her interests are centred around literature and the nonhuman. Today we will consider Sue’s piece ‘Divine Wings: Literary Flights between the Cyclic Avian in Emily Brontë’s Poems and Oblivia’s Swan Song in Alexis Wright’s The Swan Book’ which appeared in the journal ‘Otherness’ in 2016.
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In this episode of Knowing Animals we speak to David Simon. Dave is a US based lawyer, animal advocate and author. He is author of the book Meatonomics and in this episode of Knowing Animals he explains the economics of animal subsidies in the US and Australia.
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