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Erica Fudge and Clare Palmer, ‘Introduction’
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1. Abigail Woods and Stephen Matthews, ‘“Little, if at all, Removed from the Illiterate Farrier or Cow-leech”: The English Veterinary Surgeon, c.1860-1885, and the Campaign for Veterinary Reform,’ Medical History 54 (2010), 29-54
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2. Clare Palmer, ‘Animals in Anglo-American Philosophy,’ H-animal at http://www.h-net.org/~animal/ruminations_palmer.html
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3. Stefan Gunnarsson, ‘The Conceptualisation of Health and Disease in Veterinary Medicine,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 48:20 (2006), 20
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4. Temple Grandin and Mark Deesing, ‘Distress in Animals: Is it Fear, Pain, or Physical Stress,’ from www.templegrandin.com
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5. John Law, ‘Care and Killing: Tensions in Veterinary Practice,’ from www. Etc. image reproduced with permission of Chris Chapman [*]  
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2 The Practice
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a) Agricultural Control
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6. Miguel A. Velazquez, ‘Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Cattle: Applications in Livestock Production, Biomedical Research and Conservation Policy,’ ARBS Annual Review of Biomedical Sciences 2008: 10: 36-62
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7. Stig Einarsson, Ylva Brandt, Nils Lundeheim, and Andrzej Madej, ‘Stress and its Influence on Reproduction in Pigs: A Review,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2008) 50, 48
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8. Bernard E. Rollin, ‘Animal Rights as a Mainstream Phenonemon,’ Animals 2011, 1, 102-115.
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b) Domesticity and Order
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9. Dipika Kadaba, ‘Rehabilitation of a Paraplegic Kitten with Acute Depression,’ Vet Scan 6:1 (2011) Article 82
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10. Douglas Thamm and Steven Dow, ‘How Companion Animals Contribute to the Fight Against Cancer in Humans,’ Veterinaria Italiana 45: 1 (2009), 111-120
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11. Laura Ducceschi, Nicole Green and Crystal Miller Spiegel, ‘Dying to Learn: The Supply and Use of Companion Animals in US Colleges and Universities,’ Altex 27 4/10 (2010), 304-308
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12. J. K. Kirkwood, ‘Animals at Home – Pets as Pests: A Review,’ Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 80 (1987), 97-100
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c) In Place / Out of Place
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13. Valentina Merola, ‘Anticoagulant Rodenticides: Deadly for Pests, Dangerous for Pets,’ Veterinary Medicine (October 2002), 716-722
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14. Erica Fudge, ‘Pest Friends,’ from Snaebjornsdottir/Wilson ed., Uncertainty in the City (Berlin: The Green Box, 2011)
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15. Lawrence Mugisha, Claudia Kücherer, Heinz Ellerbrok, Sandra Junglen, John Opuda-Asibo, Olobo O. Joseph, Georg Pauli and Fabian H. Leendertz, ‘Retroviruses in Wild-Born Semi-Captive East African Sanctuary Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii),’ The Open Veterinary Science Journal 4 (2010), 6-10
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16. K.B. Seidel and J.E. Rowell, ‘Canadian Muskoxen in Central Europe – a Zoo Veterinary Review,’ Rangifer 16:2 (1996), 79-85<br><br>17. Fabrice Capber, ‘Veterinary Care of Eurasian Otters (Lutra lutra) at the Otter Breeding Centre of Hunawihr (France),’ JUCN 24:1 (2007), 47-62
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18. Hope R. Ferdowsian, Debra L. Durham, Charles Kimwele, Godelieve Kranendonk,, Emily Otali,, Timothy Akugizibwe, J. B. Mulcahy, Lilly Ajarova, Cassie Meré Johnson, ‘Signs of Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Chimpanzees’ PLoS One 6/6 (2011), 1-11
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<br>d) Entanglements
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19. Jesús Á Lemus, Guillermo Blanco, Javier Grande, Bernardo Arroyo, Marino Garcia-Montijano, Felix Martinez, ‘Antibiotics Threaten Wildlife: Circulating Quinolone Residues and Disease in Avian Scavengers,’ PLoS One 1 (2008), 1-6
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20. Belén Vázques, Fernando Esperón, Elena Neves, Juan López, Carlos Ballesteros and Jesús Muñoz, ‘Screening for Several Potential Pathogens in Feral Pigeons (Columba livia) in Madrid,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 52:45 (2010)
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21. Chris Wilbert, ‘Profit, Plague and Poultry: The Intra-Active Worlds of Highly Pathogenic Avian Flu,’ Radical Philosophy September/October (2006)
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22. Thom van Dooren, ‘Vultures and their People in India: Equity and Entanglement in a Time of Extinctions,’ Australian Humanities Review 50 (2011), 45-60
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3 The Future
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23. Axel Konerup Hansen, Kristen Dahl and Dorte Bratbo Sørensen, ‘Rearing and Caring for a Future Xenograph Donor Pig,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 99 (2002), 45-50
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24. Alix Fano, Murry J. Cohen, Marjorie Cramer, Ray Greek, Stephen R. Kaufman, ‘Of Pigs, Primates, and Plagues: A Layperson’s Guide to the Problems with Animal-to-Human Organ Transplants,’ Medical Research Modernization Committee (no date)
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25. R. E. Weller, ‘Risk of Disease Spread Through Bioterrorism,’ Veterinaria Italiana 42:4 (2006), 351-367<br><br>
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Revision as of 09:57, 29 June 2011

Books in progress

Veterinary science

Erica Fudge and Clare Palmer, ‘Introduction’

1 The Context

1. Abigail Woods and Stephen Matthews, ‘“Little, if at all, Removed from the Illiterate Farrier or Cow-leech”: The English Veterinary Surgeon, c.1860-1885, and the Campaign for Veterinary Reform,’ Medical History 54 (2010), 29-54

2. Clare Palmer, ‘Animals in Anglo-American Philosophy,’ H-animal at http://www.h-net.org/~animal/ruminations_palmer.html

3. Stefan Gunnarsson, ‘The Conceptualisation of Health and Disease in Veterinary Medicine,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 48:20 (2006), 20

4. Temple Grandin and Mark Deesing, ‘Distress in Animals: Is it Fear, Pain, or Physical Stress,’ from www.templegrandin.com

5. John Law, ‘Care and Killing: Tensions in Veterinary Practice,’ from www. Etc. image reproduced with permission of Chris Chapman [*]

2 The Practice

a) Agricultural Control

6. Miguel A. Velazquez, ‘Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Cattle: Applications in Livestock Production, Biomedical Research and Conservation Policy,’ ARBS Annual Review of Biomedical Sciences 2008: 10: 36-62

7. Stig Einarsson, Ylva Brandt, Nils Lundeheim, and Andrzej Madej, ‘Stress and its Influence on Reproduction in Pigs: A Review,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2008) 50, 48

8. Bernard E. Rollin, ‘Animal Rights as a Mainstream Phenonemon,’ Animals 2011, 1, 102-115.

b) Domesticity and Order

9. Dipika Kadaba, ‘Rehabilitation of a Paraplegic Kitten with Acute Depression,’ Vet Scan 6:1 (2011) Article 82

10. Douglas Thamm and Steven Dow, ‘How Companion Animals Contribute to the Fight Against Cancer in Humans,’ Veterinaria Italiana 45: 1 (2009), 111-120

11. Laura Ducceschi, Nicole Green and Crystal Miller Spiegel, ‘Dying to Learn: The Supply and Use of Companion Animals in US Colleges and Universities,’ Altex 27 4/10 (2010), 304-308

12. J. K. Kirkwood, ‘Animals at Home – Pets as Pests: A Review,’ Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 80 (1987), 97-100

c) In Place / Out of Place

13. Valentina Merola, ‘Anticoagulant Rodenticides: Deadly for Pests, Dangerous for Pets,’ Veterinary Medicine (October 2002), 716-722

14. Erica Fudge, ‘Pest Friends,’ from Snaebjornsdottir/Wilson ed., Uncertainty in the City (Berlin: The Green Box, 2011)

15. Lawrence Mugisha, Claudia Kücherer, Heinz Ellerbrok, Sandra Junglen, John Opuda-Asibo, Olobo O. Joseph, Georg Pauli and Fabian H. Leendertz, ‘Retroviruses in Wild-Born Semi-Captive East African Sanctuary Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii),’ The Open Veterinary Science Journal 4 (2010), 6-10

16. K.B. Seidel and J.E. Rowell, ‘Canadian Muskoxen in Central Europe – a Zoo Veterinary Review,’ Rangifer 16:2 (1996), 79-85

17. Fabrice Capber, ‘Veterinary Care of Eurasian Otters (Lutra lutra) at the Otter Breeding Centre of Hunawihr (France),’ JUCN 24:1 (2007), 47-62

18. Hope R. Ferdowsian, Debra L. Durham, Charles Kimwele, Godelieve Kranendonk,, Emily Otali,, Timothy Akugizibwe, J. B. Mulcahy, Lilly Ajarova, Cassie Meré Johnson, ‘Signs of Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Chimpanzees’ PLoS One 6/6 (2011), 1-11


d) Entanglements

19. Jesús Á Lemus, Guillermo Blanco, Javier Grande, Bernardo Arroyo, Marino Garcia-Montijano, Felix Martinez, ‘Antibiotics Threaten Wildlife: Circulating Quinolone Residues and Disease in Avian Scavengers,’ PLoS One 1 (2008), 1-6

20. Belén Vázques, Fernando Esperón, Elena Neves, Juan López, Carlos Ballesteros and Jesús Muñoz, ‘Screening for Several Potential Pathogens in Feral Pigeons (Columba livia) in Madrid,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 52:45 (2010)

21. Chris Wilbert, ‘Profit, Plague and Poultry: The Intra-Active Worlds of Highly Pathogenic Avian Flu,’ Radical Philosophy September/October (2006)

22. Thom van Dooren, ‘Vultures and their People in India: Equity and Entanglement in a Time of Extinctions,’ Australian Humanities Review 50 (2011), 45-60

3 The Future

23. Axel Konerup Hansen, Kristen Dahl and Dorte Bratbo Sørensen, ‘Rearing and Caring for a Future Xenograph Donor Pig,’ Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 99 (2002), 45-50

24. Alix Fano, Murry J. Cohen, Marjorie Cramer, Ray Greek, Stephen R. Kaufman, ‘Of Pigs, Primates, and Plagues: A Layperson’s Guide to the Problems with Animal-to-Human Organ Transplants,’ Medical Research Modernization Committee (no date)

25. R. E. Weller, ‘Risk of Disease Spread Through Bioterrorism,’ Veterinaria Italiana 42:4 (2006), 351-367



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