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Marcus Baynes-Rock, 2016. ‘The Ontogeny of Hyena Representations among the Harari People of
Ethiopia’, Africa: Journal of the International African Institute, 86 (2): 288-304.

Karina Heikkila and Gary Wilson, 2016. ‘Remembering Zander: The case against lay persons
performing equine dentistry using power tools’, International Animal-Law Newsletter.

Rowena Lennox, 2016. ‘After the war’, Southerly (War and Peace), 75 (3): 242-244.

Tania Signal, Nik Taylor, K. Prentice, M. McDade and K. J. Burke, 2016. ‘Going to the dogs: A quasiexperimental
assessment of animal assisted therapy for children who have experienced abuse’. Applied Development Science.

Dinesh Joseph Wadiwel, 2016. ‘Do Fish Resist?’ Cultural Studies Review

Yangzi Sima and Siobhan O’Sullivan (2016). Chinese animal protection laws and the globalisation of welfare norms.  International Journal of Law in Context, 12, 1-23. DOI: 10.1017/ S1744552315000348.

Joanne Sneddon, Julie Lee, Roy Ballantyne & Jan Packer (2016).  ‘Animal welfare values and tourist behaviour’. Annals of Tourism Research.

Thom van Dooren (2016). ‘Authentic Crows: Identity, Captivity and Emergent Forms of Life’. Theory, Culture and Society, 33.2, 29-52.

Dinesh Wadiwel (2016). ‘Fish and pain: The politics of doubt’. Animal Sentience, 1(3).

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