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Thompson, P. B. and Whyte, K.P.(2012). What happens to environmental philosophy in a wicked world? Journal of Agricultural &
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(4), 485-498.

Zammit-Lucia, J. and Kalof, L. (2012). From animal rights and shock advocacy to kinship with animals: Lessons from the visual culture of endangered species. Antennae, 12, 98-111.



Gore, M. L., Muter, B. A., Lapinski, M. K, Neuberger, L., & Van Der Heide, B. (2011). Risk frames on shark diving websites: Implications for global shark conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 21(2), 165-172.

Gore, M. L., Nelson, M. P., Vucetich, J. A., Smith, A. M., & Clark, M. (2011). Exploring the ethical basis for conservation policy: The case of inbred wolves of Isle Royale. Conservation Letters, 4(5), 394-401.

Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., & Riley, S. J. (2011). Toward exploring stakeholder and professional information sources about cormorant management in the Great Lakes. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 16(1), 63-66.

Gunderson, R. (2011). Marx’s comments on animal welfare. Rethinking Marxism, 23(4), 543-548.

Gunderson, R. (2011). The metabolic rifts of livestock agribusiness. Organization and Environment, 24(4): 404-422.

Kalof, L., & Iliopoulou, M. (2011). Abusing the human-animal bond: On the making of fighting dogs. In C. Blazina, G. Boyraz, & D. Miller (Eds.), The psychology of the human-animal bond: A resource for clinicians and researcher (pp. 321-334). New York, NY: Springer.

Kalof, L., & Montgomery, G. M. (Eds.). (2011). Making Animal Meaning. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Kalof, L., Zammit-Lucia, J., & Kelly, J. R. (2011). The meaning of animal portraiture in a museum setting: Implications for conservation. Organization & Environment, 24(2), 150-174.

Rule, S. (2011). Animal meaning in T. S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. In L. Kalof and G. Montgomery (Eds.), Making animal meaning (pp. 145-158). East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Selinger, E., Outterson, K., & Whyte, K.P. (2011). Poverty tourism, justice and policy: Can ethical ideals form the basis of new
regulations? Public Integrity, 14(1), 39-50.

Swanson, J. C., Mench, J. A., & Thompson, P. B. (2011). Introduction—The socially sustainable egg production project. Poultry Science, 90, 227-228. doi:10.3382/ps.2010-01266

Thompson, P. B. (2011). Review of F. Bailey Norwood and Jayson L. Lusk, Compassion by the Pound: The Economics of Animal Welfare. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 26, 517-521. doi:10.1007/s10806-012-9377-z

Thompson, P. B., Appleby, M., Busch, L., Kalof, L., Miele, M., Norwood, B. F., & Pajor, E. (2011). Values and public acceptability dimensions of sustainable egg production. Poultry Science, 90, 2097-2109.



Favre, D. (2010). Living property: A new status for animals within the legal system. Marquette Law Review, 93, p. 1021.

Favre, D. (2010). Wildlife rights. Univeristy of Oregon Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation, 25, p. 459.

Gibbs, C. A., Gore, M. L., McGarrell, E. F., & Rivers, L. R. (2010). Introducing conservation criminology: Toward interdisciplinary scholarship on environmental crimes and risks. British Journal of Criminology, 50, 124-144.

Kalof, L., & Fruja Amthor, R. (2010). Cultural representations of problem animals in National Geographic. Etudes rurales, 185, 165-180.

Montgomery, G. M., & Kalof, L. (2010). History from below: Animals as historical subjects. In M. DeMello (Ed.), Teaching the animal: Human-animal studies across the disciplines (pp. 35-47). New York, NY: Lantern Books.

Rule, S. (2010). Indexical humans, iconic animals. JAC, 30(3/4), 539-555.

Thompson, P. B. (2010). Animal ethics and public expectations: The North American outlook. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 37, 13-21.

Thompson, P. B. (2010). Why using genetics to address welfare may not be a good idea. Poultry Science, 89, 814-821.



Fitzgerald, A. J., Kalof, L., & Dietz, T. (2009). Slaughterhouses and increased crime rates: An empirical analysis of the spillover from “the jungle” into the surrounding community. Organization & Environment, 22(2), 158-184.

*Outstanding Paper Award, Animals & Society Section, American Sociological Association, 2010.

Gore, M. L., Wilson, R. S., Siemer, W. F., Weiczorek Hudenko, H. A., Clarke, C. S., Hart, S. P. Maguire L. A. Muter, B. A. (2009). Application of risk concepts to wildlife management: Special issue introduction. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 14(5): 301-313.

Montgomery, G. M. (2009). Infinite loneliness: The life and times of Miss Congo. Endeavour, 33(3), 101-105.



Favre, D. (2008). Duty of owners to provide veterinary medical care to animals. In T. L. Bryant, R. Huss, & D. Cassuto (Eds.), Animal law and the courts: A reader. Eagan, MN: West.



Kalof, L. (2007). Looking at animals in human history. London, England: Reaktion.

Kalof, L. and Fitzgerald, A. (Eds.). (2007). The animals reader: The essential classic and contemporary writings. Oxford, England: Berg.

Kalof, L. and Resl, B. (eds.). (2007). A cultural history of animals. Oxford, England: Berg.

*Best Academic Title Award, Choice, 2008.

Kalof, L. and Taylor, C. (2007). The discourse of dog fighting. Humanity & Society, 31, 319-333.


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