Issue 31

Zoo Anthropologies. The Animal Question

Juan Camilo Cajigas-Rotundo, Universidad de California, Davis, USA, Leonardo Montenegro Martínez Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia y Santiago Martínez Medina Universidad Nacional de Colombia / Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

When Species Meet: Introductions

Donna Haraway, University of California at Santa Cruz, USA

The animal as a means. Notes on art zoopolitics

https://doi.org/10.25058/20112742.n31.03 Paula Fleisner Orcid ID: orcid.org/0000-0003-0157-2476 Conicet / Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina pfleisner@gmail.com Abstract: Animal Studies have undoubtedly contributed to de-centering thought and art from human shape. However, a certain zoocentrism in some discourses seems to bring us back to the rhetorical metaphysics of foundation and teleology, turning the «Animal» into an end, a […]

‘Of Many Fights’: Cows, Cowboys, and Meat Production in Southern United States

Alejandro Ponce de León-Calero, University of California , Davis, USA

‘Of Many Fights’: Cows, Cowboys, and Meat Production in Southern United States

Alejandro Ponce de León-Calero, University of California , Davis, USA

Coral Nurseries —On Extinction, Abilities, and Shape

Aída Sofía Rivera Sotelo, University of California, Davis, USA

Animal Readings of Precarious Lives. The «Species Discourse» and the Rules of Being Human

Anahí Gabriela González, Université Paris VIII, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Conicet e Instituto Latinoamericano de Estudios Críticos Animales - Ileca , Argentina

Animal Readings of Precarious Lives. The «Species Discourse» and the Rules of Being Human

Anahí Gabriela González, Université Paris VIII, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Conicet e Instituto Latinoamericano de Estudios Críticos Animales - Ileca , Argentina

Relational taxonomies or upon what Qom people and animals rely to classify themselves

Celeste Medrano, Universidad de Buenos Aires / Conicet, Argentina.

A Nation of Flesh: Cattle and Meat Representations in Argentina After 2001

Valeria Meiller, Georgetown University, USA

‘Looking Glass Creatures’: Anti-Human Politics in Tenniel’s Alice

Ted Geier , University of California, Davis, USA

Animals before the death of man: (techno)biopower and (de)domestication performances

Iván Darío Ávila Gaitán, Universidad de los Andes, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Instituto Latinoamericano de Estudios Críticos Animales – Ileca, Colombia

Social research and professional intervention: central categories in social work praxis

Uva Falla Ramírez, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca , Colombia

Fluid geographies: Marine territorialisation and the scaling up of local aquatic epistemologies on the Pacific coast of Colombia

Paula Satizábal, University of Melbourne, Carlton, Victoria, Australia y Simon PJ Batterbury, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK

“Negros de alma”. Racialized imaginaries and juvenicide, in Córdoba de las campanas

Andrea Bonvillani, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

Contributions from decolonial epistemologies to an ethnography of sociocultural policies among young women

Marcela A. País Andrade, Universidad de Buenos Aires / Conicet, Argentina

Dead body and materiality: theoretical-conceptual inquiries

Luciano G. Uzal, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina