Nik Taylor and Tania Signal (Eds.), Theorizing Animals: Re-thinking Humanimal Relations

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  • Karalyn Kendall-Morwick

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https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.10039

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Karalyn Kendall-Morwick

Karalyn Kendall-Morwick is a Visiting Lecturer and English Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University Bloomington, where she teaches courses in literature and composition and received a Ruth Neikamp-Cummings Dissertation Fellowship in 2011. She has also taught at DePauw University. Her research focuses on representations of animals in 20th-century British and American literature. Portions of her dissertation, “Mongrelized Subjects: Modernism and Human/Dog Coevolution,” are forthcoming in the Journal of Modern Literature and The Evolutionary Review. Her work has also appeared in the edited collection Queering the Non/Human (Ashgate, 2008) and the Encyclopedia of the Environment in American Literature (McFarland, 2012).

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2012-09-14

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Kendall-Morwick, K. (2012). Nik Taylor and Tania Signal (Eds.), Theorizing Animals: Re-thinking Humanimal Relations. Humanimalia, 4(1), 149–153. https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.10039

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