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Richard Twine ( 2010 ) Animals as Biotechnology : Ethics , Sustainability and Critical Animal Studies , Earthscan : London Reviewed
Richard Twine’s Animals as Biotechnology, situated at the nexus of a vast array of academic discourses and practices—biology, genomics, genetics, environmental studies, agriculture, medicine, animalsExpand
John Clare and Biopolitics
My essay intervenes in ecocritical readings of John Clare by tracking how enclosure dramatically altered the way he viewed the relations between humans and animals and shaped his later poetry. IExpand
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Byron's Speculative Turn: Visions of Posthuman Life in Cain
In his closet-drama Cain, Byron connects extinction to a nascent, and surprising, catastrophic evolutionism that argues the world's current human inhabitants will gradually destroy the whole of theirExpand
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