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  Volume 65, Number 3, September 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vii
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Introduction: A Dialogue

pp. 461-479
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Fiction

Us

pp. 481-485
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Essays

History and Empire

Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism

pp. 487-514
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Welfarist and Imperial: The Contributions of Anticruelty Laws to Civilizational Discourse

pp. 515-548
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Cockfight Nationalism: Blood Sport and the Moral Politics of American Empire and Nation Building

pp. 549-574
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Materia Medica: Technology, Vaccination, and Antivivisection in Jazz Age Philadelphia

pp. 575-594
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Toward a Feminist Postcolonial Milk Studies

pp. 595-618
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Intersections

Chimpanzee Sanctuary: “Surplus” Life and the Politics of Transspecies Care

pp. 619-637
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Animal Instincts: Race, Criminality, and the Reversal of the “Human”

pp. 639-659
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“Of Course There Are Werewolves and Vampires”: True Blood and the Right to Rights for Other Species

pp. 661-687
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Becoming

“Becoming in Kind”: Race, Class, Gender, and Nation in Cultures of Dog Rescue and Dogfighting

pp. 689-709
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Orthodox Transgressions: The Ideology of Cross-Species, Cross-Class, and Interracial Queerness in Lucía Puenzo’s Novel El niño pez (The Fish Child)

pp. 711-733
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They Were Girls: Animality and Poetic Voice in Bhanu Kapil’s Humanimal

pp. 735-755
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Afterword: Moving Ahead

Vegans, Freaks, and Animals: Toward a New Table Fellowship

pp. 757-764
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Contributors

pp. 765-769
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Research Areas

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