Animal Studies Journal provides a forum for current research in human-animal Studies. ASJ publishes international cross-disciplinary scholarship and practice-led research. The journal, which is published twice yearly, is fully refereed (double-blind peer reviewed) and open access.
Founding and Chief Editor: Melissa Boyde
AASA has a long and close association with the Animal Studies Journal.
Current Issue: Volume 10, Number 1 (2021)
Introduction: Critical Animal Studies Perspectives on Covid-19
Chloë Taylor, Kelly Struthers Montford, and Eva Kasprzycka
A Covid Calendar, in Twelve Animals
Akbar, My Heart: Caregiving for a Dog During Covid-19
Multispecies Disposability: Taxonomies of Power in a Global Pandemic
Darren Chang and Lauren Corman
The Contagion of Slow Violence: The Slaughterhouse and COVID-19
Kelly Struthers Montford and Tessa Wotherspoon
Covid-19 and Capital: Labour Studies and Nonhuman Animals – A Roundtable Dialogue
Charlotte Blattner, Kendra Coulter, Dinesh Wadiwel, and Eva Kasprzycka
Previous Issue: Volume 9, Number 2 (2020)
The Definition of Nonhuman Animal Euthanasia
Efficacy of the Feline Temperament Profile in evaluating sheltered cats for adoption into families of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Angélique Lamontagne, Rebecca A. Johnson, Gretchen K. Carlisle, Leslie A. Lyons, Jessica L. Bibbo, Colleen Koch, and Steven J. Osterlind
The Influences of Buddhism and Development on the Well-Being of Bhutan’s Street Dogs
Marion C. Willetts and Frank D. Beck
The violent-care of dingo conservation breeding
Charlie J. Jackson-Martin
The Illegal Wildlife Trade: Through The Eyes of a One-Year-Old Pangolin (Manis javanica)
Shifting the Anthropocentric Paradigms Embedded in Film and Classification (ratings) Systems that Impact Apex Species
Akkadia Ford and Zan Hammerton
[Review] Kristen Guest and Monica Mattfield, editors. Equestrian Cultures: Horse, Humans, Human Society, and the Discourse of Modernity. Animal Lives Series, University of Chicago Press, 2019. 276 pp.
In Memoriam: Dr Deidre Wicks (1949-2020)
Previous Issue: Volume 9, Number 1 (2020)
Should Animals Have a Right to Work? Promises and Pitfalls
Free to Be Dog Haven: Dogs Who May Never Be Pets?
René J. Marquez
Should New Zealand Do More to Uphold Animal Welfare?
How to Help when it Hurts: ACT Individually (and in Groups)
Cheryl E. Abbate
The Grieving Kangaroo Photograph Revisited