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        Volume 3 2013

      • Editorial
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      • Sri Aurobindo’s Aswapati : Negotiating the Vedic ‘Horse’ as a Symbol
        Rudrashis Datta, Raiganj B. Ed. College, Uttar Dinajpur, India
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      • Interdependence of Animal and Men in 14th Century Vijayanagara Empire as represented through Sculptural Reliefs
        Priya Thakur, Tumkur University, Tumkur, Karnataka, India
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      • “Bishnoism: An Eco Dharma of the People Who Are Ready to Sacrifice their Lives to Save Trees and Wild Animals”
        Alexis Reichert, University of Ottawa, Canada
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      • Human Greatness or Animal Rights? The Case of Fra Anselm Turmeda’s Disputa de l’Ase
        Santanu Ganguly, Netaji Nagar Day College, Kolkata, India
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      • Bestiary Beacon: Analyzing Allegorical Uses of Animals in Contemporary Hindi Poetry
        Anindya Gangopadhyay, Presidency University, Kolkata, India
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      • Scarlet Macaws and Their Kin in the Desert Southwest
        Tom Leskiw, Independent Researcher and columnist, USA
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      • Animal Imagery in Charles Dickens’s Dombey and Son
        Michael J. Gilmour, Providence University College, Canada
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      • “The Hunter Hunted”: Deconstructing Anthropocentrism in Richard Connell’s The Most Dangerous Game
        Blossom N. Fondo, The University of Maroua, Cameroon
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      • Retelling Human and Non-Human Affiliations in Alain Mabanckou’s Mémoires de porc-épic : A Zoocritical Exploration
        Eunice E. Omonzejie, Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria
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      • Creaturely Stars: Animals and Performance in Cinema
        Stella Hockenhull, University of Wolverhampton, UK
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      • Human-Animal Dialectic in Giorgio Agamben
        P. Prayer Elmo Raj, Karunya University, Coimabtore, India
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      • The Animal That Therefore Derrida Is: Status of Animal in Derridean Posthumanism
        Krishanu Maiti, Panskura Banamali College, West Bengal, India
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      • Humans, Humanoids and Animals in Eywa: An Eco-critical Reading of James Cameron’s Avatar
        Partha Bhattacharjee, the University of Burdwan, India
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      • Being an Animal on 9/11: Reinterpreting Rainer Maria Rilke’s “The Panther” and “The Eighth Elegy”
        Tim Keane, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, New York, USA
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      • Adopting a Mustang through an Anthropological Lens: Exploring Cultural Concepts across Species
        Karen Dalke, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
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      • Eliot’s ‘Circus Animals’- Modernity and the Zoic Primitivism in Eliot’s Poetry
        Sourav Kumar Nag, University of Burdwan, India
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      • Articles in Bengali
      • বন থেকে সমাজঃ জন্তু থেকে মানুষের বিবর্তনযাত্রা
        অরবিন্দ পাল, ভট্টর কলেজ, দাঁতন
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      • পশুদের গুরুত্ব ও সংরক্ষণে সুপ্রাচীন ভারতীয় উপলব্ধিঃ একটি অণুচিন্তন
        অমিত কুমার সাহা, এম. ইউ.সি. উইমেন্স কলেজ, বর্ধমান
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      • শাপগ্রস্ত সাপঃ মেঘালয়ের খাসি জনগোষ্ঠীর উপকথা ও হিংসাশ্রয়ী তন্ত্রবিদ্যা
        মেঘমালা দে মহন্ত, নেহরু কলেজ, কাছাড়, আসাম
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      • ভারতের জনপ্রিয় গনমাধ্যমে পশুপক্ষীর কাল্পনিক চরিত্রের উপস্থাপনা
        পৃথ্বী সেনগুপ্ত,স্বাধীন গবেষক
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      • Book Reviews
      • Not Rights but Place: Thoughts on Animal Studies in the Form of a Book Reviews
        Nell Kriesberg, North Carolina State University, USA
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      • Kari Weil. Thinking Animals: Why Animal Studies Now?
        Mahesh Sharma, the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India
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