Liminality : A Governing Category in Animate History

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WISCHERMANN, Clemens, ed., Aline STEINBRECHER, ed., Philip HOWELL, ed.. Animal history in the modern city : exploring liminality. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019, pp. 1-24. ISBN 978-1-350-05403-5. Available under: doi: 10.5040/9781350054066.0006
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A generation ago animal history was in its infancy, if hard to place historiographically. Was it an extension of growing environmental awareness in the humanities, with non-human animals as useful proxies for the fate of ‘Nature’ as a whole? Were animals merely the last and least heralded of the marginalized and oppressed groups whose interests are championed by social historians? Should we understand animals as historical agents in their own right, or simply concentrate on how human beings in different times and places have represented them? Historians and scholars from other disciplines continue to offer different answers, but some of the ideas that once seemed outlandish now appear uncontroversial, and the debates themselves have contributed to what is a lively and rapidly developing field.

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ISO 690WISCHERMANN, Clemens, Philip HOWELL, 2019. Liminality : A Governing Category in Animate History. In: WISCHERMANN, Clemens, ed., Aline STEINBRECHER, ed., Philip HOWELL, ed.. Animal history in the modern city : exploring liminality. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019, pp. 1-24. ISBN 978-1-350-05403-5. Available under: doi: 10.5040/9781350054066.0006
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@incollection{Wischermann2019Limin-51658,
  year={2019},
  doi={10.5040/9781350054066.0006},
  title={Liminality : A Governing Category in Animate History},
  isbn={978-1-350-05403-5},
  publisher={Bloomsbury Academic},
  address={London},
  booktitle={Animal history in the modern city : exploring liminality},
  pages={1--24},
  editor={Wischermann, Clemens and Steinbrecher, Aline and Howell, Philip},
  author={Wischermann, Clemens and Howell, Philip}
}
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