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FEWD at University of Vienna (2013.11.18) Bibliography Animal Ethics / Rights and Feminism / Feminist Theory

Main Sources: Philosophers Index (51 Items), MLA, Sociological Abstracts


Adams, Carol J. 2012. Finding necrophilia in meat eating. Mary Daly's evolving FemVeg perspective. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 28(2): 93-98.

Adams, Carol J. 1990. The Sexual Politics of Meat. A Feminist- Vegetarian Critical Theory. (Second Edition 2000). New York, NY, Continuum.

Adams, Carol J. 1995. Comments on George's `Should feminists be vegetarians?'. Signs 21: 221-225.

Adams, Carol J. 2006. Interview: An Animal Manifesto. Gender, Identity, and Vegan-Feminism in the Twenty-First Century. Parallax : A Journal of Metadiscursive Theory and Cultural Practices 12(1): 120-128.

Bailey, Cathryn 2007. We Are What We Eat: Feminist Vegetarianism and the Reproduction of Racial Identity. Hypatia 22(2): 39-59.

Birke, Linda / Bryld, Mette / Lykke, Nina  2004. Animal performances. An exploration of intersections between feminist science studies and studies of human/animal relationships. Feminist Theory 5(2): 167-183.

Birke, Linda (ed.) 2012. Crossing Boundaries: Investigating Human-Animal Relationships (Human-Animal Studies). Leiden, Brill Academic.

Birke, Linda 2012. Unnamed Others: How Can Thinking about “Animals” Matter to Feminist Theorizing? NORA : Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 20: 148-157.

Configurations (2006) Thinking with Animals, special issue. 14, 1-192

Donovan, Josephine 1990. Animal Rights and Feminist Theory. Signs 15: 350-375. Reprinted in: Palmer, Clare (ed.) 2008.

Donovan, Josephine 1995. Comments on George's - Should feminists be vegetarians? Signs 21(1): 226-229.

Donovan, Josephine 1996. Attention to suffering. A feminist caring ethic for the tretment of animals. Journal of Social Philosophy 27: 81-102.

Donovan, Josephine / Adams, Carol J. (eds.) 1996. Beyond Animal Rights. A Feminist Caring Ethic for the Treatment of Animals. New York, NY, Continuum.

Donovan, Josephine 2006. Feminism and the Treatment of Animals: From Care to Dialogue. Signs 31(2): 305-329.

Donovan, Josephine (ed.) 2007. Feminist Care Tradition in Animal Ethics: A Reader. New York, NY, Columbia University Press.

Fraiman, Susan 2012. Pussy Panic versus Liking Animals: Tracking Gender in Animal Studies. Critical Inquiry 39: 89-115.

Gaard, Greta / Gruen, Lori 1995. Comments on George's `Should feminists be vegetarians? Signs 21(1): 230-241.

Gaarder, Emily 2011. Women and the Animal Rights Movement. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press.

Gaarder, Emily 2011. Where the Boys Aren't: The Predominance of Women in Animal Rights Activism. Feminist Formations 23 (2): 54-76.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1990. So Animal a Human..., or the Moral Relevance of Being An Omnivore. Journal of Agricultural Ethics 3: 172-186.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1992. The Use and Abuse of Scientific Studies: Reply. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 5(2): 217-233.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1994. Discrimination and Bias in the Vegan Ideal. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 19-28.


George, Kathryn Paxton 1994. Use and Abuse Revisited: Response to Pluhar and Varner. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 41-76.

George, Kathrin Paxton 1994. Should Feminists Be Vegetarians? Signs 19(2): 405-434.

George, Kathrin Paxton 1995. Reply to Adams, Donovan, and Gaard and Gruen. Signs 21(1): 242-260

George, Kathryn Paxton 2000. Animal, Vegetable, or Woman? A Feminist Critique of Ethical Vegetarianism. Albany, State University of New York Press.

Gruen, Lori / Weil, Kari 2012. Animal Others. Editors' Introduction. Hypatia 27(3): 477-487.

Gruen, Lori 2012. Marti Kheel Remembered 1948-2011, Founder of Feminists for Animal Rights - www.farinc.org (1981!) Hypatia 27(3): 488-491.

Hypatia (2012) Special Issue: Animal Others. 27 (3): 477–700.

Jenkins, Stephanie 2012. Returning the Ethical and Political to Animal Studies. Hypatia 27(3): 504-510.

Lansbury, Coral 1985. Old Brown Dog: Women, Workers and Vivisection in Edwardian England. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press.

Lucas, Sheri 2005. A Defense of the Feminist-Vegetarian Connection. Hypatia 20(1): 150-177.                 

Parry, Jovian 2010. Gender and slaughter in popular gastronomy. Feminism & Psychology 20(3): 381-396.

Rose, Hilary (1997). Als Moralistinnen verlacht. Tierversuchsgegnerinnen im viktorianischen England." Das Argument 39: 475-483.

Slicer, Deborah 1995. Obligations to Animals Are Not Necessarily Based on Rights. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 8(2): 161-170.

Socha, Kim 2012. Women, Destruction, and the Avant-Garde.  A Paradigm for Animal Liberation. Amsterdam, Rodopi.

Warkentin, Traci 2012. Must Every Animal Studies Scholar Be Vegan? Hypatia 27(3): 499-504.

Weil, Kari 2012. Thinking Animals: Why Animal Studies Now? New York, Columbia University Press.

Weil, Kari 2006. Killing Them Softly: Animal Death, Linguistic Disability and the Struggle for Ethics. Configurations 14(1-2): 87-96.


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