Barbara Ambros, Bones of Contention: Animal and Religion in Contemporary Japan

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  • Christine Marran

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https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.9978

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Christine Marran

Christine Marran is an associate professor of Japanese literature and film at the University of Minnesota, specializing in ecocriticism and gender studies. Since the publication of her first book on gender in literary and medical discourse (Poison Woman: Figuring Female Transgression in Modern Japanese Culture, University of Minnesota Press, 2007), Marran writes about environment, aesthetics, and animals in literature and visual culture. She is currently completing a book manuscript on what she calls “biotropes” in Japanese literature and film. She has published in Japan at Nature’s Edge: The Environmental Context of a Global Power, and the journals Environmental History, Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Mechademiaand elsewhere.

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2013-09-12

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Marran, C. (2013). Barbara Ambros, Bones of Contention: Animal and Religion in Contemporary Japan. Humanimalia, 5(1), 205–208. https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.9978

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