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This is a list of relevant books and articles published by Fauna members.

Forthcoming

Bartosch, Roman. "Forms of Agency, Agency of Forms: Reading and Teaching More-than-Human Fictions"

 

2021

Ohrem, Dominik. "Feminist Intersectionality Studies." In: Handbook of Historical Animal Studies. Eds. Mieke Roscher, Brett Mizelle and Aline Steinbrecher. Berlin: De Gruyter. 343-357.

 

2020

Bartosch, Roman. "Seven Types of Animality, Or: Lessons from Reading and Teaching Animal Fictions". Estudios Irlandeses/Journal of Irish Studies 15.2 (2020). 6-19.

———-. "Literature Pedagogy and the Anthropocene". The Anthropocenic Turn: The Interplay between Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Responses to a New Age. Eds. Gabriele Dürbeck & Philip Hüpkes. London & New York: Routledge. 113-129.

———-. "Reading and Teaching Fictions of Climate". Communicating Climate Change. Eds. Lucy Richardson and David Holmes. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2020. 349-352.

———-. "Mensch und Tier in Kunst und Literatur: Perspektiven der Human-Animal Studies". Dossier "Bioethik" der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung: https://www.bpb.de/gesellschaft/umwelt/bioethik/321737/mensch-tier-in-kunst-und-literatur (2020).

 

2019

Bartosch, Roman. Literature, Pedagogy, and Climate Change. Text Models for a Transcultural Ecology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

———- and Julia Hoydis (eds.). Teaching the Posthuman (anglistik und englischunterricht). Heidelberg: Winter, 2019.

———-. "We Have Always Already Been Becoming Posthuman? Posthumanism in Theory and (Reading) Practice". New Approaches to the Twenty-First-Century Anglophone Novel. Eds. Sibylle Baumbach & Birgit 
Neumann. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 137-155.

———-. "The Energy of Stories: Postcolonialism, the Petroleum Unconscious, and the Crude Side of Cultural Ecology", Resilience - A Journal of the Environmental Humanities 6.2-3 (2019). 116-135.

———- and Christian Schmitt-Kilb. "From a Dog's Eye View? Negotiating Anthropomorphism and Anamorphosis in Eva Hornung's Dog Boy (2009) and John Berger's King: A Street Story (1999)". Teaching the 
Posthuman
. Eds. Roman Bartosch & Julia Hoydis. Heidelberg: Winter, 2019. 101-120.

 

2018

Ohrem, Dominik and Matthew Calarco (eds). Exploring Animal Encounters: Philosophical, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

———-. "Some Thoughts on (Animal) Encounter." In: Exploring Animal Encounters: Philosophical, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives. Eds. Dominik Ohrem and Matthew Calarco. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 3-42.

———-. "Western Horizons, Animal Becomings: Race, Species, and the Troubled Boundaries of the Human in the Era of American Expansionism." In: Historical Animal Geographies. Eds. Sharon Wilcox and Stephanie Rutherford. Abingdon: Routledge. 134-150.

 

2017

Bartosch, Roman. "A 'furry subjunctive case' of Empathy: Human-Animal Communities in Life of Pi and the Question of Literary Anthropomorphism." In: Contested Communities. Communication, Narration, Imagination. Ed. Susanne Mühleisen. Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi. 203-217.

———. "Reading Seeing: Literary Form, Affect, and the Creaturely Potential of Focalization." In: Beyond the Human-Animal Divide: Creaturely Lives in Literature and Culture. Eds. Dominik Ohrem and Roman Bartosch. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 215-238.

———. "Storying Creaturely Life." In: Beyond the Human-Animal Divide: Creaturely Lives in Literature and Culture. Eds. Dominik Ohrem and Roman Bartosch. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 153-165.

———. "Against Exuberant Ecocentrism: Kafka, Coetzee and Transformative Mimesis". In: From Ego to Eco. Mapping Shifts from Anthropocentrism to Ecocentrism. Eds. Sabine Lenore Müller & Tina-Karen Pusse. Leiden/Boston: Brill Rodopi. 217-233.

———. "Ciferae in the City." In: American Beasts: Perspectives on Animals, Animality and U.S. Culture, 1776-1920. Ed. Dominik OhremBerlin: Neofelis, 75-99.

——— and Celestine Caruso. "The Good, the Bad and the Ubernatural: The Other(ed) Werewolf in Twilight." In: Werewolves, Wolves and the Gothic. Eds. Robert McKay and John Miller. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 87-111.

Höing, AnjaReading Divine Nature: Religion and Nature in English Animal Stories. Trier: WVT.

———. "'A Retreat on the River Bank': Perpetuating Patriarchal Myths in Animal Stories.” In: Women and Nature: Beyond Dualism in Gender, Body, and Environment. Ed. Douglas Vakoch and Sam Mickey. Abingdon: Routledge. 27-42.

———. "Unreliability and the Animal Narrator in Richard Adams’s The Plague Dogs." Humanities 6 (6) 

Ohrem, Dominik"Animating Creaturely Life." In: Beyond the Human-Animal Divide: Creaturely Lives in Literature and Culture. Eds. Dominik Ohrem and Roman Bartosch. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 3-19.

———. "An Address from Elsewhere: Vulnerability, Relationality, and Conceptions of Creaturely Embodiment." In: Beyond the Human-Animal Divide: Creaturely Lives in Literature and Culture. Eds. Dominik Ohrem and Roman Bartosch. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 43-75.

——— (ed.). American Beasts: Perspectives on Animals, Animality and U.S. Culture, 1776-1920. Berlin: Neofelis. »Review«

———. "A Declaration of Interdependence: American History and the Challenges of Postanthropocentric Historiography." In: American Beasts: Perspectives on Animals, Animality and U.S. Culture, 1776-1920. Ed. Dominik OhremBerlin: Neofelis, 9-48.

———. "The Ends of Man: The Zooanthropological Imaginary and the Animal Geographies of Westward Expansion in Antebellum America." In: American Beasts: Perspectives on Animals, Animality and U.S. Culture, 1776-1920. Ed. Dominik OhremBerlin: Neofelis, 245-278. 

——— and Roman Bartosch (eds). Beyond the Human-Animal Divide: Creaturely Lives in Literature and Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

2016

Bartosch, Roman (ed.). “Animal Poetics.” Special Issue of Anglistik: International Journal for English Studies.

———. "Animals Outside in the Teaching Machine." Anglistik: International Journal for English Studies 27.2, 147-164.

———. "Ghostly Presences: Tracing the Animal in Julia Leigh’s The Hunter." In: Creatural Fictions. Human-Animal Relationships in Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Literature. Ed. David HermanBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Höing, Anja. "Negotiating Anthropomorphism in Talking Animal Stories: An Ecocritical Approach to Fantastic Animals." In: Fastitocalon – Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern. (VI): Fantastic Animals, Animals in the Fantastic. Ed. Thomas Honegger and Chen Fanfan. Trier: WVT. 21-32. 

——— and Harald Husemann. "The Vicious Cycle of Disnification and Audience Demands: Representations of the Non/Human in Martin Rosen’s Watership Down (1978) and The Plague Dogs (1982)." In: Screening the Non/Human: Representations of Animal Others in the Media. Ed. Joe Leeson-Schatz and Amber E. George. Lanham: Lexington Books. 101-116. 

Ohrem, Dominik. "(In)VulnerAbilities: Postanthropozentrische Perspektiven auf Verwundbarkeit, Handlungsmacht und die Ontologie des Körpers." In: Das Handeln der Tiere: Tierliche Agency im Fokus der Human-Animal Studies. Ed. Sven Wirth et al. Bielefeld: transcript, 67-91.

 

2015

Bartosch, Roman. "The Climate of Literature: English Studies in the Anthropocene." In Anglistik – 21st-Century English Studies, 59-70.

Ohrem, Dominik (ed.). "Beauty in the Beast: Gender, Animals, Animality." Special issue of Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies.

———. "The Question of the Animal and the Promises of Postanthropocentric Feminisms." Gender Forum 55. 

 

2014

Bartosch, Roman. "Das postkoloniale Tier zwischen den Zeilen der Weltliteratur." In: Just Politics. Ökokritische Perspektiven im postkolonialen Raum. Eds. Lina Fricke et al. Münster: Unrast, 167-79.

——— and Sieglinde Grimm. "Teaching Environments: How Green Can – and Should – a Classroom Be?" In Teaching Environments. Eds. Roman Bartosch & Sieglinde Grimm. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 13-21.

———. "Teaching a Poetics of Failure? The Benefit of Not-Understanding the Other, Posthumanism, and the Works of Shaun Tan and Wolf Erlbruch." In: Teaching Environments. Eds. Roman Bartosch & Sieglinde Grimm. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 59-73.

——— and Sieglinde Grimm (eds.). Teaching Environments. Ecocritical Encounters. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

 

2013

Bartosch, RomanEnvironMentality. Ecocriticism and the Event of Postcolonial Fiction. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.

——— and Greg Garrard. "The Function of Criticism. A Response to William Major and Andrew McMurry’s Editorial." In: Journal of Ecocriticism 5(1).