VOLUME 10, ISSUE 1 (2012)

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ISSN: 1948-352X

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  Volume 10, Issue 1, 2012

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EDITORAL BOARD
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EDITORIAL
Richard J White
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ESSAYS

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Revealing the “Animal-Industrial Complex” – A Concept & Method for Critical Animal Studies?
Richard Twine
Pg. 12

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Psychoanalysis & “The Animal”: A reading of the metapsychology of Jean Laplanche
Nicholas Ray
Pg. 40

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The Dialectical Animal: Nature and Philosophy of History in Adorno, Horkheimer and Marcuse
Marco Maurizi
Pg. 67

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Fishing For Animal Rights In The Cove: A Holistic Approach to Animal Advocacy Documentaries
Carrie Packwood Freeman
Pg. 104

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From the Mortician‟s Scalpel to the Butcher‟s Knife: Towards an Animal Thanatology

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POETRY

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‘A Death’ and ‘Righteous’
Alyce Miller
Pg. 138

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POSTER

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Queering Veganism: Adventures in Reflexivity
Nathan Griffin
Pg. 141

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INTERVENTION

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Challenging Whiteness in the Animal Advocacy Movement
Anthony J. Nocella II
Pg. 142

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INTERVIEW

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Dr. Kim Socha, author of Women, Destruction, and the Avant-Garde: A Paradigm for Animal Liberation.
Interviewed by Anthony J. Nocella II
Pg. 155

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CONFERENCE REVIEW

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“Eating Meat. The Social Relationship of Humans and Animals and the Meaning of Meat.” Conference Organized by the Group for Society and Animals Studies at the University of Hamburg, July 2011
Reviewed by Marcel Sebastian
Pg. 160

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The 2nd Annual European Conference for Critical Animal Studies: “Reconfiguring the ‘Human’/’Animal’ Binary – Resisting Violence” Prague, October 2011
Reviewed by Sonja Buschka
Pg. 163

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Conference Proceedings Report: Anarchy and Animal Liberation Workshop
Reviewed by Kim Socha
Pg. 180

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FILM REVIEWS

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Reconsidering Representations: Animals in children’s films and possibilities for animal advocacy
Brian M. Lowe
Pg. 186

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Rio
Reviewed by Carol L. Glasser
Pg. 193

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Kung Fu Panda 2
Reviewed by Steve Romanin
Pg. 197

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Puss in Boots
Reviewed by Matthew Cole and Kate Stewart
Pg. 200

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Rango
Reviewed by Ralph Acampora
Pg. 211

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Bold Native
Reviewed by Adam Weitzenfeld
Pg. 213

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BOOK REVIEW ESSAY

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Accounting for the Women of the Animal Rights Movement.
Emily Gaarder (2011) Women and the Animal Rights Movement. Rutgers University Press: London

Reviewed by Jessica Gröling
Pg. 219

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BOOK REVIEWS

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Richard Twine (2010) Animals as Biotechnology: Ethics, Sustainability and Critical Animal Studies, Earthscan: London
Reviewed by Chris Washington
Pg. 230

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Lisa Kemmerer (Ed.) (2011) Sister Species: Women, Animals, and Social Justice. University of Illinois Press
Reviewed by Lindsey McCarthy
Pg. 236

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Paul Waldau (2011) Animal Rights: What Everyone Needs to Know, Oxford University Press: Oxford
Reviewed by Carlo Salzani
Pg. 242

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A REFLECTION

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Marti Kheel
Richard Twine/ The Editorial Collective
Pg. 247

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JCAS: AUTHOR GUIDELINES
Pg. 248