Amy Ratelle
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Animality and Children's Literature and Film
A Ratelle
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
542014
The animation studies reader
N Dobson, AH Roe, A Ratelle, C Ruddell
Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
112018
Ethics and Edibility in Charlotte's Web
A Ratelle
The Lion and the Unicorn 38 (3), 327-341, 2014
62014
DIY prosthetics workshops:‘Critical Making’for public understanding of human augmentation
I Record, M Ratto, A Ratelle, A Ieraci, N Czegledy
2013 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS): Social …, 2013
62013
REVIEW: Cary Wolfe. What is Posthumanism? Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010. 392 pages; paper $24.95. ISBN 978-0-8166-6615-7.
A Ratelle
MediaTropes 3 (1), 148, 2011
6*2011
Examining Animal Bodies in War-Related Media for Children
A Ratelle
Literary Cultures and Twenty-First-Century Childhoods, 235-251, 2020
2020
Animation and/as Children’s Entertainment
A Ratelle
The Animation Studies Reader, 191, 2018
2018
Book review: Anime Aesthetics: Japanese Animation and the ‘Post-Cinematic’Imagination
A Ratelle
Animation 12 (2), 191-194, 2017
2017
Contact Zones, Becoming and the Wild Animal Body
A Ratelle
Animality and Children’s Literature and Film, 41-64, 2015
2015
Animal Virtues, Values and Rights
A Ratelle
Animality and Children’s Literature and Film, 18-40, 2015
2015
Performance and Personhood in Free Willy and Dolphin Tale
A Ratelle
Animality and Children’s Literature and Film, 117-138, 2015
2015
Ethics and Edibility
A Ratelle
Animality and Children’s Literature and Film, 65-89, 2015
2015
Science, Species and Subjectivity
A Ratelle
Animality and Children’s Literature and Film, 90-116, 2015
2015
Mechademia 3: Limits of the Human. Edited by Frenchy Lunning. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008. 287 pp. $19.95 (paper).
A Ratelle
The Journal of Asian Studies 70 (02), 574-575, 2011
2011
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