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Are humans at war with nonhuman animals, either literally or metaphorically? What might it mean for human-animal studies – and for human-animal relations – to say so? Responding to these questions with considerable eloquence and by drawing upon a wide range of references – including 19thcentury theories of war, Continental theory, actor-network theory, and animal rights philosophy – Dinesh Wadiwel produces an argument that surprises, provokes and enlightens.
Recommended CitationArmstrong, Philip, [Review] Dinesh Wadiwel. The War Against Animals, Animal Studies Journal, 6(2), 2017, 237-247.
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