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Animal Studies Journal

Animal Studies Journal, the online scholarly journal of the Australian Animal Studies Group, provides a forum for current research in human-animal Studies. ASJ publishes international cross-disciplinary content with a particular, but not exclusive, interest in Australian, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific scholarship. The journal, which is published twice yearly, is fully refereed (double-blind peer reviewed) and open access. ISSN: 2201-3008 (Online)

Current CFP

Special Edition of Animal Studies Journal: Invertebrate Communities

Can a single ant be said to be alive, in any meaningful sense of the word, or does it only have relevance in terms of its anthill? Margaret Atwood, Oryx and Crake

In this edition of Animal Studies Journal, authors will be invited to contribute papers on the theme of understanding invertebrates, with a particular emphasis on invertebrate communities. Topics might include, but are not limited to:

Insects and umwelt

Invertebrate spaces

Insect communication

Representations of invertebrate communities in film (including for children eg Ants, Bee Movie), literature and art, including live insects in art.

Historical perspectives, e.g. discussions of the work of natural historians

Analogies between human and insect communities, and their implications for insects

Early contributors include Professor Deirdre Coleman (Melbourne University), Dr Janelle Schwartz (Hamilton College, NY), and Dr Perdita Phillips (Contemporary Artist and Independent Researcher). Please join them!

Submissions due 1 October 2015. Length 4,000-6,000 words. Submit online at href="http://ro.uow.edu.au/asj/" For more information please contact: Melissa Boyde: boyde[at]uow.edu.au, Sally Borrell: journal[at]aasg.org.au

Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 2 (2014)

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