The Animal Turn
The Animal Turn
The Animal Turn series focuses on how animals figure in human lives, how humans figure in animal lives, and how both are tethered together in an increasingly fragile biosphere. The series will present an interdisciplinary examination of the human- animal relationship as grounded in specific historical, cultural, and environmental contexts.

Series Editor: Linda Kalof

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Whose Dog Are You?
The Technology of Dog Breeds and The Aesthetics of Modern Human-Canine Relations
Mourning Animals
Rituals and Practices Surrounding Animal Death
Animals as Food
(Re)connecting Production, Processing, Consumption, and Impacts
French Thinking about Animals
Animals as Domesticates
A World View through History
Animals as Neighbors
The Past and Present of Commensal Animals
Making Animal Meaning