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Reflections on Roadkill between Mobility Studies and Animal Studies Altermobilities

By: Matthew Calarco(Author)
98 pages
Publisher: Palgrave
Reflections on Roadkill between Mobility Studies and Animal Studies
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About this book

Roadkill is a recurrent but often unthought feature of modern life. Yet, consideration of the broader significance of the myriad social, ethical, and political issues related to roadkill has largely gone missing from mainstream scholarship and activism. This neglect persists even in fields such as mobility studies and animal studies that would otherwise seem to have a vested interest in the topic. This book aims to bring roadkill to the foreground of current discussions among scholars and activists in these fields in order to demonstrate that roadkill is a uniquely important site from which to understand and contest the machinations of the dominant social order. It argues that a careful examination of roadkill can help both to uncover the hidden violence of contemporary human-centred systems of mobility and to develop alternative modes of mobility for a renewed social life in common with our more-than-human kin.

Contents

1. How (Not) to Look
2. What Is Roadkill?
3. Roadkill and Other Sacrificeable Lives
4. Subjects of Roadkill
5. Profaning the Streets

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Biography

Matthew Calarco is Professor of Philosophy at California State University Fullerton, USA. He specializes in animal studies and environmental humanities, and brings philosophies and theories of mobility to bear on various aspects of research and teaching.

By: Matthew Calarco(Author)
98 pages
Publisher: Palgrave
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