Publications

Books:

Parkinson, C. (2019) Anthropomorphism, Animals and Mediated Encounters. Routledge.

Arcari, P. (2019) Making Sense of ‘Food’ Animals: A critical exploration of the persistence of meat. Palgrave Macmillan.

Berland, J (2019) Virtual Menageries: Mediologies of Animal RepresentationMIT Press.

Mills, B. (2017) Animals on Television: The Cultural Making of the Non-Human. Palgrave Macmillan.

Twine, R., & Taylor, N. (eds.) (2014) The Rise of Critical Animal Studies – From the Margins to the Centre Routledge.

Blake, C., Molloy C. & Shakespeare, S. (eds.) (2012) Beyond Human: From Animality to Transhumanism Continuum.

Molloy, C. (2011) Popular Media and Animals Palgrave Macmillan.

Twine, R. (2010) Animals as Biotechnology – Ethics, Sustainability and Critical Animal Studies Routledge.

Journal articles:

Morris, C. et. al.  (2021) ‘Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems’ [by Carol Morris, Minna Kaljonen, Kadri Aavik, Bálint Balázs, Matthew Cole, Ben Coles, Sophia Efstathiou, Tracey Fallon, Mike Foden, Eva Giraud, Mike Goodman, Eleanor Hadley Kershaw, Richard Helliwell, Pru Hobson-West, Matti Hayry, Piia Jallinoja, Mat Jones, Taija Kaarlenkaski, Maarit Laihonen, Anu Lahteenmaki-Utela, Saara Kupsala, Annika Lonlika, Lydia Martens, Renelle McGlacken, Josephine Mylan, Mari Niva, Emma Roe, Richard Twine, Markus Vinnari, and Richard White] Humanities and Social Sciences Communication 8, 38. open access: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41599-021-00714-z    

Twine, R. (2020) ‘Where are the nonhuman Animals in the Sociology of Climate Change?’ Society and Animals (published online first October 2020) – link to article

Arcari, P., Probyn-Rapsey, F., and Singer, H. (2020). Where species don’t meet: Invisibilized animals, urban nature and city limits. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. OnlineFirst. Listed October 23 2020 on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for AgriSciRN: Animal Production Ethics.

Parkinson, C. (2019) ‘Animal stars: a critical view of creaturely celebrity’ Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities Special Edition on Stars and Stardom, 2019 (1).

Parkinson, C. (2018) ‘Animal bodies and embodied visuality’ in Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Volume 44, December 2018.

Twine, R. (2018) ‘Materially Constituting a Sustainable Food Transition: The Case of Vegan Eating Practice’, in Sociology Online First: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0038038517726647

Twine, R. (2017) ‘A Practice Theory Framework for Understanding Vegan Transition’, Animal Studies Journal  Vol.6, no.2, pp.192-224.

Berland, J. (2017) ‘Attending the Giraffe’, Humanimalia Vol.9, No.1 http://www.depauw.edu/site/humanimalia/issue%2017/berland.html

Arcari, P (2017) Perverse visibilities? Foregrounding non-human animals in ‘ethical’ and ‘sustainable’ meat consumption. The Brock Review, 13(1): 24-52

Arcari, P. (2017) Normalised, human-centric discourses of meat and animals in climate change, sustainability and food security literature. Agriculture and Human Values, 34(1): 69-86 DOI: 10.1007/s10460-016-9697-0

Probyn-Rapsey, F. et. al. (2016) ‘A Sustainable Campus: The Sydney Declaration on Interspecies Sustainability’, [by Probyn-Rapsey, Fiona; Donaldson, Sue; Ioannides, George; Lea, Tess; Marsh, Kate; Neimanis, Astrida; Potts, Annie; Taylor, Nik; Twine, Richard; Wadiwel, Dinesh; and White, Stuart]  Animal Studies Journal 5 (1), pp.110-151 [open access: http://ro.uow.edu.au/asj/vol5/iss1/8 ].

Mills, B. (2016) ‘“If This Was a Human…”: Pets, Vets and Medicine on Television’, Critical Studies in Television, 11 (2) 244-56.

Mills, B. (2015) ‘Towards a Theory of Documentary Representation for Animals’, Screen, 56 (1) 102-7.

Twine, R. (2014) ‘Vegan killjoys at the table – Contesting happiness and negotiating relationships with food practices’, Societies Vol.4, No.4, pp.623-639 (Special Issue on Animal Relations) [open access: http://www.mdpi.com/2075-4698/4/4/623].

Twine, R. (2013) ‘Animals on Drugs – Understanding the role of pharmaceutical companies in the animal-industrial complex’ Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Vol.10, No.4, pp.505-514

Twine, R. (2013) ‘Is Biotechnology Deconstructing Animal Domestication? Movements toward ‘Liberation’’ Configurations Vol.21, No.2, pp.135-158.

Mills, B. (2013) ‘The Animals Went in Two by Two: Heteronormativity in Television Wildlife Documentaries’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16 (1) 100-14.

Mills, B. (2013) ‘Invalid Animals: Finding the Non-Human Funny in Special Needs Pets’, Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, 7 (3) 321-35.

Twine, R. (2012) ‘Revealing the ‘Animal-Industrial Complex’ – A Concept & Method for Critical Animal Studies?’ Journal for Critical Animal Studies Vol.10, No.1, pp.12-39.

Twine, R. (2010) ‘Genomic Natures read through Posthumanisms’, The Sociological Review Vol. 58, No.S1, pp.175-195.

Twine, R. (2010)  ‘Intersectional Disgust? – Animals and (Eco) Feminism’, Feminism and Psychology Vol. 20, No.3, pp.397-406.

Mills, B. (2010) ‘Television Wildlife Documentaries and Animals’ Right to Privacy’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 24 (2) 193-202.

Mills, B. (2010) ‘Those Pig-Men Things’, M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 13 (5), http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/viewArticle/277.

Book chapters:

Twine, R. (2021) ‘Biopower and the Biotechnological Framing of the Animal Body’, forthcoming in The Animals Reader: The Essential Classic and Contemporary Writings (Second Edition) edited by Linda Kalof and Amy Fitzgerald. 

Twine, R. (2021) ‘Masculinity, Nature, Ecofeminism and the ‘Anthropo’cene’, forthcoming in Men, Masculinities and Earth: Contending with the (m)Anthropocene edited by Martin Hultman and Paul Pulé. (Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology)

Mills, B. (forthcoming, 2020) ‘The Parrot, the Albatross, and the Cat: Animals and Comedy in Monty Python’ in Kate Egan and Jeffrey Weinstock (eds) And Now For Something Completely Different: Critical Approaches to Monty Python, London: Routledge, 141-154.

Arcari, P. (2018).  The Ethical Masquerade: (Un)masking mechanisms of power behind ‘ethical’ meat. In, Phillipov, M. and Kirkwood K. (Eds) Alternative Food Politics: From the Margins to the Mainstream. Routledge. 

Arcari, P. (2018). Dynamic non-human animals in theories of practice: views from the subaltern. In, Maller C. and Strengers, Y. (Eds) Social Practices and Dynamic Non-Humans: Nature, Materials and Technologies. Palgrave Macmillan. 

Twine, R. (2017) ‘Develando el “complejo animal-industrial”. ¿un Concepto y un método para los estudios críticos animales?’ in Andreatta, MM., Pezetta, S. and Heguera, ER. (eds) CRÍTICA Y ANIMALIDAD: Cuando el Otro aúlla Latin American Institute for Critical Animal Studies.

Twine, R. (2016) ‘Negotiating social relationships in the transition to vegan eating practices’ in Potts, A. (ed.) Meat Culture Brill: Leiden.

Molloy, C., (2016) ‘Animal cruelty and reality television: a critical review’ in Brewster, M. & Reyes, C. (eds) Animal Cruelty: An interdisciplinary approach (Second Edition), Carolina Academic Press, North Carolina.

Mills, B. (2016) ‘“Out There, in the World”: Representations of the Zoo and Other Spaces in the Madagascar Trilogy’ in Michael Lawrence and Karen Lury (eds) The Zoo: Images of Exhibition and Encounter, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 137-52.

Molloy, C., (2016) ‘Propaganda, activism and environmental nostalgia’ in Tzioumakis, Y & Molloy, C. (eds) Routledge Companion to Cinema and Politics, Routledge: London & New York.

Twine, R. (2014) ‘Ecofeminism and Veganism – revisiting the question of universalism’ in Ecofeminism: Feminist Intersections with Other Animals and the Earth edited by Gruen, L & Adams, C. Bloomsbury Academic Press.

Taylor, N. & Twine, R. (2014) ‘Locating the critical in Critical Animal Studies’ in The Rise of Critical Animal Studies – From the Margins to the Centre edited by Taylor, N. & Twine, R. London: Routledge.

Jenkins, S. & Twine, R. (2014) ‘On the limits of food autonomy – rethinking choice and privacy’ in The Rise of Critical Animal Studies – From the Margins to the Centre edited by Taylor, N. & Twine, R. London: Routledge.

Molloy, C., (2013) ‘Animal cruelty and reality television: a critical review’ in Brewster, M. & Reyes, C. (eds) Animal Cruelty: An interdisciplinary approach, Carolina Academic Press, North Carolina.

Molloy, C., (2013) ‘Animals, avatars and the gendering of nature’ in Pick, Anat & Narraway, Guinevere (eds) Screening Nature: Cinema Beyond the Human, Berghahn Books, Oxford.

Molloy, C. (2013) ‘”Nature writes the screenplays”: commercial wildlife films and ecological entertainment’ in Cubitt, S., Rust, S & S. Monani (eds) The Eco-Cinema Reader.

Molloy, C. (2013) ‘Disney’s Independent Nature: Wildlife Films in the Age of Indiewood’ in Molloy C, King, G & Y. Tzioumakis (eds) American Independent Cinema: Indie, Indiewood and Beyond, Routledge, London.

Reports:

Parkinson, C., Twine, R., and N. Griffin (2019) Pathways to Veganism: Exploring Effective Messages in Vegan Transition. Final Report, Edge Hill University.

Parkinson, C (2018) Written evidence submitted to Parliamentary Inquiry ‘Dangerous Dogs: Breed Specific Legislation’ (DDL0200)

The Humane Society Institute for Science & Policy ‘The Science of Animal Thinking and Emotion’ Conference Report The Humane Society Institute for Science