Emerging Voices

In the coming weeks, Performing Humanity will be excited to share the work of emerging voices in the field: the students of  our editor’s spring 2014 animal-human studies course.

During the spring, students immersed themselves in researching questions about humanness, anthropomorphism, and related issues of Screen Shot 2013-12-17 at 2.06.17 PMhuman and animal welfare. Their work provides valuable new perspectives; and these authors are excited to engage our community here at PH.

For each new thematic grouping, PH will feature an introduction tying together those authors’ works, whose writing will appear soon after. We encourage you to read, comment, and interact!

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About MGN

Miranda Garno Nesler is a specialist in early material culture, gender, textuality, and animal studies. View all posts by MGN

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