Erica Fudge

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  • 2022

    Mouse-eaten records

    Fudge, E., 24 Mar 2022, Historical Understanding: Past, Present and Future. Simon, Z. B. & Diele, L. (eds.). London, p. 251-259 9 p.

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  • 2020

    What can beast fables do in literary animal studies? Ben Jonson’s Volpone and the Prehumanist Human

    Fudge, E., 26 Nov 2020, Palgrave Handbook of Literary Animal Studies. McHugh, S., McKay, R. & Miller, J. (eds.). Cham, Switzerland, p. 195-207 13 p.

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  • 'Forgiveness Horse': the barbaric world of Richard II

    Fudge, E., 11 Aug 2020, The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Animals. Dugan, H. & Raber, K. (eds.). Abingdon, Oxon, 29 p. (Routledge Companions).

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  • 2017

    What was it like to be a cow? History and animal studies

    Fudge, E., 30 Apr 2017, The Oxford Handbook of Animal Studies. Kalof, L. (ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 27 p.

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  • 2016

    Farmyard choreographies in early modern England

    Fudge, E., 1 Mar 2016, Renaissance Posthumanism. Campana, J. & Maisano, S. (eds.). New York, p. 145-166 21 p.

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  • 2012

    Renaissance Animal Things

    Fudge, E., 28 Sept 2012, Gorgeous Beasts: Animal Bodies in Historical Perspective. Landes, J. B., Lee, P. Y. & Youngquist, P. (eds.). Philadelphia, p. 41-56 16 p.

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  • 2011

    Introduction - veterinary science

    Fudge, E. & Palmer, C., 28 Oct 2011, Veterinary science: animals, humans and health . Fudge, E. & Palmer, C. (eds.). (Living Books About Life ).

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  • Pest friends

    Fudge, E., 2011, Uncertainty in the city. Snæbjörnsdóttir, B. & Wilson, M. (eds.). Berlin, 11 p.

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  • 2007

    The dog is himself: Humans and self-control in 'The two gentlemen of Verona'

    Fudge, E., 17 Sept 2007, How to do things with Shakespeare: New approaches, new essays. Maguire, L. (ed.). Oxford, p. 185-209 25 p.

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  • Onely proper unto man: dreaming and being human in the renaissance

    Fudge, E., 2007, Reading the early modern dream: the terrors of the night. Wiseman, S. J., Hodgkin, K. & O'Callaghan, M. (eds.). New York, p. 31-44 14 p. (Routledge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture).

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  • 2006

    Learning to laugh: children and being human in early modern thought

    Fudge, E., 2006, Childhood and children's books in early modern europe, 1550 - 1800. Immel, A. & Witmore, M. (eds.). London and New York, p. 19-39 20 p.

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  • Two ethics: Killing animals in the past and the present

    Fudge, E., 2006, Killing animals. T. A. S. G. (ed.). Urbana and Chicago, p. 99-119 21 p.

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  • 2004

    Introduction

    Fudge, E., 2004, Renaissance beasts: of animals, humans and other wonderful creatures. Fudge, E. (ed.). Urbana and Chicago, p. 1-17 17 p.

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  • Saying nothing concerning the same: on dominion, purity and meat in early modern england

    Fudge, E., 2004, Renaissance beasts: of animals, humans and other wonderful creatures. Fudge, E. (ed.). Urbana and Chicago, p. 70-86 16 p.

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  • 2002

    A left-handed blow: writing the history of animals

    Fudge, E., 28 Nov 2002, Representing animals. Rothfels, N. (ed.). Bloomington, p. 3-18 15 p. (Theories of Contemporary Culture).

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  • 2001

    Monstrous acts

    Fudge, E., 2001, Past masters: the best of history today. Snowman, D. (ed.). Stroud, p. 473-481 8 p.

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  • 2000

    Bad manners at the anatomist's table: Edward Tyson and the naturalisation of truth

    Fudge, E., 22 Dec 2000, The political subject: essays on the self from art, politics and science. Wheeler, W. (ed.). London, p. 14-30 17 p.

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  • 1999

    Calling creatures by their true names: bacon, the new science and the best in man

    Fudge, E., 20 Nov 1999, At the borders of the human: beasts, bodies and natural philosophy in the early modern period. Fudge, E., Gilbert, R. & Wiseman, S. (eds.). Basingstoke/New York, p. 91-109 18 p.

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