As the field of animal studies continues to grow it is becoming more and more difficult to keep up with new publications. This is a particularly pressing problem given the interdisciplinary nature of the field. How can an individual with a specialism in literary studies, for example, hope to know what is cutting edge in animal geography when she is struggling to keep up with her own field? How can a newcomer know where to start when there are so many different ways in? The living bibliography is a forum that attempts to offer one way of addressing this problem.
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The bibliography is funded by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Strathclyde, and is linked to the British Animal Studies Network. It is, like BASN, under the direction of Erica Fudge, and was started as part of her AHRC Leadership Fellowship (2015-16).