Alloun, Esther

Alloun, Esther

PhD candidate

University of Wollongong

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Research interests / activities:

Esther’s PhD research project is looking at intersectional politics of human and animal rights in Israel-Palestine and the workings of settler colonialism. Her thesis weaves in ethnography, phenomenology and affect to tease out the challenges and possibilities of intersectional activism in the context of a war zone. Her research interests lie more broadly in cultural studies, politics, feminist theory, and ethnographic research.

Outputs:

Alloun, Esther (2020) Veganwashing Israel’s Dirty Laundry? Animal Politics and Nationalism in Palestine-Israel, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 41:1, 24-41, DOI: 10.1080/07256868.2019.1617254

Alloun, Esther, Ecofeminism and animal advocacy in Australia: Productive Encounters for an Integrative Ethics and Politics, Animal Studies Journal, 4(1), 2015, 148-173. Alloun, Esther, Fur PETA’s Sake! The politics of animals in the Zionist state, Animal Liberation Current, 23 May 2017, available at

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