New Journal Articles and Chapters

Thanks to the Animals & Society Institute for this List

Following are some of the research articles and book chapters published this month in the field of Human-Animal Studies.
Special Issues:Mamzer, H., Ed. (2019). An animal as a subject. An animal as an object.Society Register, 3(3). 

January 2020 Articles:Amici, F., Waterman, J., Kellermann, C.M. et al. (2019). The ability to recognize dog emotions depends on the cultural milieu in which we grow up. Sci Rep 9, 16414.
Aulet, L. S., Chiu, V. C., Prichard, A., Spivak, M., Lourenco, S. F., & Berns, G. S. (2019). Canine sense of quantity: evidence for numerical ratio-dependent activation in parietotemporal cortex. Biology letters15(12), 20190666.
Bell, C.; Rogers, S.; Taylor, J.; Busby, D. (2019). Improving the Recognition of Equine Affective States. Animals9, 1124.
Brucks, D. and von Bayern, A.M.P. (2020). Parrots voluntarily help each other obtain food rewards. Current Biology
Caruna, L. (2020. Different religions, different animal ethics? Animal Frontiers, 10(1), January 2020, Pages 8-14.
Griffin, J.A., Hurley, K. and McCune, S. (2019). Human-Animal Interaction Research: Progress and Possibilities. Frontiers in Psychology
Hart, K. (2019). Istanbul’s intangible cultural heritage as embodied by street animals. History and Anthropology, 30(4).
Horton, J. and Merritt, J. (2019). “Show me yours horse and I will tell you who you are”: Brexit, a chance to acknowledge animal sentience in law. Denning Law Journal, 31, 5-20.
Hvitved, A.N. (2019). Engaging Ethicists in Animal Research Policymaking. ILAR Journal. ILAR Journal, ilz023,
Klenner, C.L. and McNamara, K.A. (2019). Deep Ecology and Ecofeminism: Social Work to Address Global Environmental Crisis. Affilia
Pickering, P.; Hockenhull, J. (2020). Optimising the Efficacy of Equine Welfare Communications: Do Equine Stakeholders Differ in Their Information-Seeking Behaviour and Communication Preferences? Animals, 10(1), 21.
Rajesh, K. and  Rajasekaran, V. (2019). The Limitations of Normative Ethics: Anthropocentrism in Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2312. Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews, 7(6), 1040-1047.
Rollin, B.E. and Hickey, M.s. (2019) Commentary: On the Moral Foundations of Animal Welfare. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 29(1).
Rizzuto, S., Evans, D., Wilson, B. and McGreevy, P. (2020). Exploring the Use of a Qualitative Behavioural Assessment Approach to Assess Emotional State of Calves in Rodeos. Animals, 10, 113;
Russell, E. (2019). Modern Violence: Animal Studies, Speciesism, and the Writings of John James Audubon. ESQ: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture, 65(3), 470-510.  doi:10.1353/esq.2019.0012.
Stache, C. (2019). Conceptualising animal exploitation in capitalism: Getting terminology straight. Capital & Class.
Thompson, P.B. (2020). Philosophical ethics and the improvement of farmed animal lives. Animal Frontiers, Volume 10, Issue 1, January 2020, Pages 21–28.
Vitale, K.R., Behnke, A.C. and Udell, A.r. (2019). Attachment bonds between domestic cats and humans. Current Biology, 29(18). Wadham, H. (2020). Horse matters: Re‐examining sustainability through human‐domestic animal relationships. Sociologia Ruralis: Journal of the European Society for Rural Sociology.
Walker, R.L. and Eggel, M. (2020). From Mice to Monkeys? Beyond Orthodox Approaches to the Ethics of Animal Model Choice. Animals, 10, 77. doi:10.3390/ani10010077
Weil, K. (2019). The Animal Novel that Therefore This Is Not? In: Baumbach, S. and Neumann, B. (Eds)., New Approaches to the Twenty-First-Century Anglophone Novel, 117-135.
Yuan, J. and Dong, N. (2019). Rethinking the origins of animal domestication in China. Chinese Archaeology