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French thinking about animals / [edited by] Louisa Mackenzie, Stephanie Posthumus.

Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Animal turn: Publisher: East Lansing, MI : Michigan State University Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781609174378; 1609174372; 1628960469; 9781628960464.Subject(s): Animals and civilizationAdditional physical formats: Print version:: French thinking about animals.DDC classification: 590 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Contents""; ""Foreword by Jean-Baptiste JeangÃ?ne Vilmer""; ""Introduction""; ""Part 1. Animal Histories""; ""Building an Animal History -- Ã?ric Baratay""; ""A Tale of Three Chameleons: The Animal between Science and Literature in the Age of Louis XIV -- Peter Sahlins""; ""The Colonial Zoo -- Walter Putnam""; ""Part 2. Animal Philosophies and Representations""; ""The Unexpected Resemblance between Dualism and Continuism, or How to Break a Philosophical Stalemate -- Florence Burgat""; ""Like the Fingers of the Hand: Thinking the Human in the Texture of Animality -- Dominique Lestel""
""Animality and Contemporary French Literary Studies: Overview and Perspectives -- Anne Simon""""Part 3. Animal Intimacies""; ""Why “I Had Not Read Derrida�: Often Too Close, Always Too Far Away -- Vinciane Despret""; ""Chercher la chatte: Derrida�s Queer Feminine Animality -- Carla Freccero""; ""Paternalism or Legal Protection of Animals? Bestiality and the French Judicial System -- Marcela Iacub""; ""Part 4. Animals and Environment""; ""On Being Living Beings: Renewing Perceptions of Our World, Our Society, and Ourselves -- Isabelle Delannoy""
""The Greenway: A Study of Shared Animal/Human Mobility -- Nathalie Blanc""""Wild, Domestic, or Technical: What Status for Animals? -- Marie-Hél�ne Parizeau""; ""Bibliography""; ""Contributors""; ""Index""
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

""Contents""; ""Foreword by Jean-Baptiste JeangÃ?ne Vilmer""; ""Introduction""; ""Part 1. Animal Histories""; ""Building an Animal History -- Ã?ric Baratay""; ""A Tale of Three Chameleons: The Animal between Science and Literature in the Age of Louis XIV -- Peter Sahlins""; ""The Colonial Zoo -- Walter Putnam""; ""Part 2. Animal Philosophies and Representations""; ""The Unexpected Resemblance between Dualism and Continuism, or How to Break a Philosophical Stalemate -- Florence Burgat""; ""Like the Fingers of the Hand: Thinking the Human in the Texture of Animality -- Dominique Lestel""

""Animality and Contemporary French Literary Studies: Overview and Perspectives -- Anne Simon""""Part 3. Animal Intimacies""; ""Why “I Had Not Read Derrida�: Often Too Close, Always Too Far Away -- Vinciane Despret""; ""Chercher la chatte: Derrida�s Queer Feminine Animality -- Carla Freccero""; ""Paternalism or Legal Protection of Animals? Bestiality and the French Judicial System -- Marcela Iacub""; ""Part 4. Animals and Environment""; ""On Being Living Beings: Renewing Perceptions of Our World, Our Society, and Ourselves -- Isabelle Delannoy""

""The Greenway: A Study of Shared Animal/Human Mobility -- Nathalie Blanc""""Wild, Domestic, or Technical: What Status for Animals? -- Marie-Hél�ne Parizeau""; ""Bibliography""; ""Contributors""; ""Index""

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Louisa Mackenzie is Associate Professor in the Department of French and Italian Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle.<br> <br> Stephanie Posthumus is Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at McGill University in Montreal.<br>

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