Tracey Owens Patton and Sally M. Schedlock, Gender, Whiteness, and Power in Rodeo: Breaking Away from the Ties of Sexism and Racism

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  • Jeannette Vaught

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https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.10000

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Jeannette Vaught

Jeannette Vaught is a PhD Candidate in the American Studies department at the University of Texas at Austin. Her dissertation, titled "Science, Animals, and Profit-Making in the American Rodeo Arena," explores how the development of cutting-edge veterinary technologies has a double impact on agricultural and sport animals, and how this impact shaped the political landscape — both in regulation and in rhetoric — of animal activism and use over the last forty years. A former equine veterinary technician and lifelong rider, she has been learning classical dressage with her horse Dallas for over 15 years. 

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2013-02-04

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Vaught, J. (2013). Tracey Owens Patton and Sally M. Schedlock, Gender, Whiteness, and Power in Rodeo: Breaking Away from the Ties of Sexism and Racism. Humanimalia, 4(2), 150–153. https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.10000

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