ROBERT MCKAY writes about literature and film in which animals’ ethical demands pose aesthetic as well as political and social problems. He is Professor of Contemporary Literature at the University of Sheffield where he co-directs the Sheffield Animal Studies Research Centre. He is series co-editor of Palgrave Studies of Animals and Literature
and his publications include Killing Animals, Against Value in the Arts and Education
, and Werewolves, Wolves and the Gothic.
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