Social Lives With Other Animals: Tales of Sex, Death and Love by E. CudworthSocial Lives With Other Animals: Tales of Sex, Death and Love by E. Cudworth

Social Lives With Other Animals: Tales of Sex, Death and Love

byE. Cudworth

Hardcover | April 1, 2011

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A provocative sociological account of human relations with non-human animals, providing an innovative theorization of the social relations of species in terms of complex systemic relations of domination, looking at ways Other animals are constitutive of human social lives at the dinner table, as livestock and as companions in our homes.
ERIKA CUDWORTH Senior Lecturer in International Politics and Sociology at the University of East London, UK. She is author ofEnvironment and Society, Developing Ecofeminist Theory: The Complexity of Differenceand co-author ofThe Modern State: Theories and IdeologiesandPosthuman International Relations.
Title:Social Lives With Other Animals: Tales of Sex, Death and LoveFormat:HardcoverDimensions:210 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.82 inPublished:April 1, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230241514

ISBN - 13:9780230241510


Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Of Humans and Other Animals Relations, Power and the Limitations of 'Speciesism' Beyond Speciesism: Theorizing Difference and Dominion Sex: Carnal Desire and the Eating of Animals Death: Killing Animals and Making Meat Love: Stories from the Lives of Companion Species Difference and Domination Revisited Bibliography

Editorial Reviews

"Overall, Social Lives with Other Animals makes a very useful contribution to the field because, first, its subject-matter – other animals – has largely been ignored theoretically and empirically until now. Cudworth is correct in her claim that sociology (and she could add the social sciences generally) have been resolutely human exclusive. Second, it reviews the existing theoretical literature from wide-ranging disciplines under one roof." - Sociology