The Animal Publics series publishes original research in animal studies by established and emerging scholars. Animal Publics takes inspiration from varied and changing modalities of the encounter between animal and human – we publish work that engages with and is informed by the field of animal studies across the humanities, social sciences and the creative arts. We encourage monographs that emphasise political, cultural and social transformations in human–animal relations and intersectional approaches encompassing consideration of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and disability.
Professor Fiona Probyn-Rapsey (University of Wollongong) Dr Yvette Watt (University of Tasmania)
Professor Núria Almiron Roig (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) Professor Steve Baker (University of Central Lancashire) Dr Sune Borkfelt (Aarhus University) Professor Una Chaudhuri (New York University) Professor Adrian Franklin (University of South Australia) Dr Thom van Dooren (University of Sydney) Professor Emeritus Carol Gigliotti (Emily Carr University of Design) Professor Lori Gruen (Wesleyan University) Professor Oscar Horta (University of Santiago de Compostela) Professor Claire Kim (University of California, Irvine) Dr André Krebber (University of Kassel) Dr Alex Lockwood (University of Sunderland) Professor Clare Palmer (University of Texas) Dr Anat Pick (Queen Mary University of London) Dr Anthony Podberscek (University of Sydney) Professor Annie Potts (University of Canterbury) Dr Vasile T. Stanescu (Mercer University) Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan (University of New South Wales) Professor Peta Tait (La Trobe University) Dr Nik Taylor (University of Canterbury) Professor Chloë Taylor, University of Alberta Professor Helen Tiffin (University of Wollongong) Dr Richard Twine (Edge Hill University) Dr Dinesh Wadiwel (University of Sydney) Professor Wendy Woodward (University of the Western Cape)
Authors are invited to discuss potential titles for the series with the series editors, or Jo Lyons.