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  • A Plea for the Animalsby Matthieu Ricard

    Shambhala 2016; US$ 1.99

    Every cow just wants to be happy. Every chicken just wants to be free. Every bear, dog, or mouse experiences sorrow and feels pain as intensely as any of us humans do. In a compelling appeal to reason and human kindness, Matthieu Ricard here takes the arguments from his best-sellers Altruism and Happiness to their logical conclusion: that compassion... more...

  • An American Trilogyby Steven M. Wise

    Da Capo Press 2009; US$ 36.00

    The Cape Fear River runs through Bladen County, North Carolina, population 33,000. On its western bank, in the town of Tar Heel, sits the largest slaughterhouse in the world. Deep below the slaughterhouse, one may find the arrowheads of Siouan-speaking peoples who roamed there for a millennium. Nearer the surface is evidence of slaves who labored... more...

  • The Intersectionality of Critical Animal, Disability, and Environmental Studiesby II Anthony J. Nocella; Amber E. George; J.L. Schatz; Judy K.C. Bentley; Sarah Conrad; Amber E. George; Scott Hurley; Aryn Lisitza; John Lupinacci; Mary Ward Lupinacci; II Anthony J. Nocella; Sean Parson; David Pellow; Sarah Roberts-Cady; J.L. Schatz; Gregor Wolbring

    Lexington Books 2017; US$ 76.00

    This cutting-edge book is an interdisciplinary collection of theoretical writings on intersectional liberation of nonhuman animals, the environment, and those with disabilities, adding to the rapidly growing eco-ability movement. If you are interested in social justice, inclusion, disability rights, and animal advocacy this is a must-read book. more...

  • How to Create a Vegan Worldby Tobias Leenaert

    Lantern Books 2017; US$ 7.99

    In this thought-provoking book, Tobias Leenaert leaves well-trodden animal advocacy paths and takes a fresh look at the strategies, objectives, and communication of the vegan and animal rights movement. He argues that, given our present situation, with entire societies dependent on using animals, we need a very pragmatic approach. How to Create a Vegan... more...

  • For the Wildby Sarah M. Pike

    University of California Press 2017; US$ 34.95

    For the Wild explores the ways in which the commitments of radical environmental and animal-rights activists develop through powerful experiences with the more-than-human world during childhood and young adulthood. The book addresses the question of how and why activists come to value nonhuman animals and the natural world as worthy of protection.... more...

  • Mousy Cats and Sheepish Coyotesby John Shivik

    Beacon Press 2017; US$ 25.99

    A wildlife expert explores what science tells us about animals as unique individuals and why animal personality matters for the human-animal bond and for adaptation in nature. Why are some cats cuddly and others standoffish? Why are some dogs adventuresome, others homebodies? As any pet owner can attest, we feel that the animals we’ve formed bonds... more...

  • Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescueby Rebecca Gimenez; Tomas Gimenez; Kimberly A. May

    Wiley 2009; US$ 167.99 US$ 151.19

    The recognition of the importance of safe large animal rescue is quickly growing. The prevailing attitude of large animal owners, whose animals are often pets or a large financial investment, is to demand the safe rescue and treatment of their large animals in emergency situations. Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue is a guide for equine, large... more...

  • Animals and Agencyby Sarah McFarland

    BRILL 2009; US$ 144.00

    This collection examines the question of nonhuman animal agency by shifting emphasis from the human perspective toward that of other animals, exploring modes of animal resistance to human behaviors, and considering the ways the presence of animals refracts human notions like agency and species. more...

  • Rescue Meby Melissa Wareham

    Ebury Publishing 2009; US$ 11.27

    Melissa Wareham always wanted to work with dogs. After failing her biology O-level she realised she'd have to start at the bottom, cleaning out kennels at Battersea Dogs Home. From frail old men looking for a four-legged companion to famous folk who've lost their favourite hound, it seemed that at some point everyone passes through Battersea's doors.... more...

  • Anthropocentrismby Rob Boddice

    BRILL 2011; US$ 129.00

    This collection explores assumptions behind the label ‘anthropocentrism’, critically enquiring into the meaning of ‘human’. It addresses epistemological and ontological problems in charges of anthropocentrism, questioning the inherent anthropocentrism of all human perspectives, while seeking ‘other’ views that trump anthropocentrism. more...