Introduction: Critical Animal Studies, Atsuko Matsuoka and John Sorenson, PART 1: ACTIVISM / 1. Animal Agency, Resistance, and Escape, Sarat Colling / 2. Tolstoy, Bearing Witness and The Save Movement, Ian Purdy and Anita Krajnc, PART 2: REPRESENTING ANIMALS / 3. Disengagement in Journalistic Discourse about Nonhuman Animals: An Analysis, Karen Davis / 4. Advertising Oppression: The Reproduction of Anthroparchy on UK Television, Matthew Cole and Kate Stewart / PART 3: NEW DISCIPLINARY ADVANCES / 5. Animal Emancipation and Historical Archaeology: A Pairing Long Overdue, Daniel Sayers and Justin Uehlein / 6. Political Animals? Finding Space for Animals in Contemporary Political Science, Paul Hamilton / 7. Making Space for Anarchist Geographies in Critical Animal Studies, Richard J. White and Simon Springer / 8. Psychological Implications of Undervaluing Animals, Gordon Hodson and Kimberley Costello / PART 4: ANIMALS & THE LAW / 9. Building a Better Legal Order for Animals: The Benefits of Beingness as an Alternative to Personhood in Rethinking Law’s Response to Animals, Maneesha Deckha / 10. Posthumanist Animal Studies and Zoöpolitical Law, Krithika Srinavasan / PART 5: PHILOSOPHICAL ARGUMENTS / 11. Animal Ethics and the New Materialism, Josephine Donovan / 12. Affectiveness and the Nonhuman World: Examining the Critique of Empathy, Elisa Aaltola / 13. The Radical Potential of Analytic Animal Liberation Philosophy, Jason Wyckoff / PART 6: INDIGENEITY AND ANIMAL RIGHTS / 14. The Roots of My Indigenous Veganism, Margaret Robinson / 15. Indigenous Worldviews and Critical Animal Studies: Decolonization and Revealing Truncated Narratives of Dominance, Ruth Koleszar-Green and Atsuko Matsuoka
John Sorenson is Professor of Sociology at Brock University.His many publications include About Canada: Animal Rights (2010), Ape (2009), Ghosts and Shadows (co-authored with Atsuko Matsuoka, 2001) and Imagining Ethiopia (1993).