Katherine M. Quinsey, ed. Animals and Humans: Sensibility and Representation, 1650-1820

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  • Courtney Wennerstrom

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https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.9450

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Courtney Wennerstrom

Courtney Wennerstrom is a former Visiting Lecturer at Indiana University, Bloomington, with a speciality in eighteenth-century literature. She was a Fellow at IU’s Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and her publications include “Legacies of Tortured Sensibilily; Or, What Shakira Learned from Sade” (2011); “Cosmopolitan Bodies and Dissected Sexualities: Anatomical Mis-stories in Ann Radcliffe’s Mysteries of Udolpho” (2005); and an essay on Chuck Palahniuk called “Invisible Carrots and Fainting Fans: Queer Humor and Abject Horror in ‘Guts’ ” (2009), co-authored with Jeffrey A. Sartain. Currently, she is the Regional Manager, Central United States for Michelson Found Animals, where she works on national reunification efforts to keep pets and people together.

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2020-09-10

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Wennerstrom, C. (2020). Katherine M. Quinsey, ed. Animals and Humans: Sensibility and Representation, 1650-1820. Humanimalia, 12(1), 271–275. https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.9450

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