Sanctuary Politics and the Borders of the Demos: A Comparison of Human and Nonhuman Animal Sanctuaries

Sanctuary traditionally meant something different for humans and nonhuman animals, but this is changing. Animals are increasingly seen as subjects, and, similar to human sanctuaries, animal sanctuaries are increasingly understood as political spaces. In this article I compare human and nonhuman sanc...
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Author:

Eva Meijer [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English ; Dutch

Published:

2021

Subjects:

animal sanctuary

city of sanctuary

expanded sanctuary

interspecies relations

political animal philosophy

political philosophy

Containing Work:

In: Krisis - University of Groningen Press, 2021, 41(2021), 2, Seite 35-48

Containing Work:

volume:41 ; year:2021 ; number:2 ; pages:35-48

Links:

https://doi.org/10.21827/krisis.41.2.37174 [kostenfrei]

https://doaj.org/article/b23a7aafca8940038ba270dd84ef60de [kostenfrei]

https://krisis.eu/article/view/37174 [kostenfrei]

Journal toc [kostenfrei]

DOI / URN:

10.21827/krisis.41.2.37174

Catalog id:

DOAJ077862848

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