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Richard Twine
Richard Twine
Reader in Sociology - Edge Hill University, UK
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Animals as Biotechnology: Ethics, Sustainability and Critical Animal Studies
R Twine
Routledge, 2010
3532010
Rise of critical animal studies
N Taylor, R Twine
Routledge, 2015
2292015
Vegan killjoys at the table—Contesting happiness and negotiating relationships with food practices
R Twine
Societies 4 (4), 623-639, 2014
2022014
Revealing the ‘animal-industrial complex—A concept and method for critical animal studies
R Twine
Journal for Critical Animal Studies 10 (1), 12-39, 2012
1702012
Materially constituting a sustainable food transition: The case of vegan eating practice
R Twine
Sociology 52 (1), 166-181, 2018
1402018
Intersectional disgust? Animals and (eco) feminism
R Twine
Feminism & Psychology 20 (3), 397-406, 2010
1402010
Physiognomy, Phrenology and the Temporality of the Body
R Twine
Body & Society 8 (1), 67-88, 2002
1202002
Ma (r) king essence-ecofeminism and embodiment
RT Twine
Ethics and the Environment, 31-58, 2001
962001
Emissions from animal agriculture—16.5% is the new minimum figure
R Twine
Sustainability 13 (11), 6276, 2021
702021
Understanding snacking through a practice theory lens
R Twine
Sociology of health & illness 37 (8), 1270-1284, 2015
692015
Introduction: Locating the ‘critical'in critical animal studies
N Taylor, R Twine
The rise of critical animal studieS, 1-15, 2014
632014
Ecofeminism and veganism: Revisiting the question of universalism
R Twine
Ecofeminism: Feminist intersections with other animals and the earth, 191-208, 2014
522014
A practice theory framework for understanding vegan transition
R Twine
Animal Studies Journal 6 (2), 192-224, 2017
512017
Ecofeminisms in process
R Twine
Ecofeminism e-journal, 2001
452001
The cultural hegemony of meat and the animal industrial complex
AJ Fitzgerald, N Taylor
The rise of critical animal studies, 165-182, 2014
422014
Masculinity, nature, ecofeminism
R Twine
Ecofeminism Organization Journal, 1997
371997
Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems
C Morris, M Kaljonen, K Aavik, B Balázs, M Cole, B Coles, S Efstathiu, ...
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8 (1), 2021
362021
Genomic natures read through posthumanisms
R Twine
The Sociological Review 58 (1_suppl), 175-195, 2010
362010
Constructing critical bioethics by deconstructing culture/nature dualism
R Twine
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 8, 285-295, 2005
272005
Animal genomics and ambivalence: A sociology of animal bodies in agricultural biotechnology
R Twine
Genomics, Society and Policy 3, 1-19, 2007
262007
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