Thinking Italian Animals: Human and Posthuman in Modern Italian Literature and Film (Italian and Italian American Studies) (Paperback)
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This bracing volume collects work on Italian writers and filmmakers that engage with nonhuman animal subjectivity. These contributions address 3 major strands of philosophical thought: perceived borders between man and animals, historical and fictional crises, and human entanglement with the nonhuman and material world.
About the Author
Roberto Marchesini, Scuola d'interazione uomo animale, Italy Elizabeth Leake, Columbia University, USA Gregory Pell, Hofstra University, USA Simone Castaldi, Hofstra University, USA Matteo Gilebbi, Duke University, USA Alexandra Hills, University College London, UK Giuseppina Mecchia, University of Pittsburgh, USA Daniele Fioretti, University of Miami, Ohio, USA Valentina Fulginiti, University of Toronto, Canada David Del Principe, Montclair State University, USA Giovanna Faleschini Lerner, Franklin and Marshall College, USA Serenella Iovino, University of Turin, Italy