Monthly Archives: December 2012

Watching Ice Age 4

It’s amazing how many current multispecies fables are circulating in public culture. Two movie franchises stand out: Madagascar and Ice Age, two of the top-grossing animated series. These films variously frame the crisis of species collapse for very young audience, … Continue reading

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Companion species at the nativity

A basic task in developing a multispecies perspective is recognizing its pervasive elements in common sources. Take the nativity scene, which is staged and on display currently in numerous public and private settings throughout the world. The striking feature of … Continue reading

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