Works Cited for Shape Shifting and Spatial Shifting

The following is the bibliography for the articles comprising the dissertation titled Shape Shifting and Spatial Shifting: How the Hybrid Body Allows the Werewolf to Transgress and Resist Disciplinary Spatial Orderings of the World in Three Nineteenth Century Werewolf Tales By Richard Welch/Televassi.

Works Cited

Baker, Steve. Picturing the Beast: Animals, Identity, and Representation. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1993. Print.

Baldick, Chris. In Frankenstein’s Shadow: Myth, Monstrosity, and Nineteenth Century Writing. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987. Print.

Baring-Gould, Sabine. Book of Werewolves: Were-Wolf History and Folklore. 1865. New York: Cosimo, 2009. Print.

Beresford, Matthew. The White Devil: The Werewolf in European Culture. London: Reaktion, 2013. Print.

Carlson, Marla. “Furry Cartography: Performing Species.” Theatre Journal 63.2 (2011):191- 208. Print.

Copper, Basil. The Werewolf: In Legend, Fact & Art. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1977. Print.

Du Coudray, Chantal Bourgault. The Curse of the Werewolf: Fantasy, Horror, and the Beast Within. London: I.B, Tauris, 2006. Print.

Easley, Alexis., and Shannon Scott, eds. Terrifying Transformations: An Anthology of Victorian Werewolf Fiction. Kansas City: Valancourt Books, 2013. Print.

Figari, Helene, and Ketil Skogen. “Social Representations of the Wolf.” Acta Sociologica 54.4 (2011):317-332. Print.

Foucault, Michel. “Discipline and Punish.” Literary Theory: An Anthology. 2nd ed. Eds. Julie Rivkin., and Michael Ryan. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004. 549-566. Print.

Franklin, Adrian. Animals & Modern Cultures: A Sociology of Human-Animal Relations in Modernity. London: Sage Publications, 1999. Print.

Frost, Brian. The Essential Guide to Werewolf Literature. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2003. Print.

Fulford, Tim, Debbie Lee, and Peter Kitson. Literature, Science and Exploration in the Romantic Era. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Print.

Halberstam, Judith. Skin Shows: Gothic Horror and the Technology of Monsters. London: Duke University Press, 1995. Print.

Hurn, Samantha. “Dressing Down: Clothing Animals, Disguising Animality?” Civilisations 59.2 (2011):109-124. Print.

Lerner, Jennifer, and Linda Kalof. “The Animal Text: Message and Meaning in Television Advertisements.” The Sociological Quarterly 40.4 (1999):565-586. Print.

Levi, Antonia. “The Werewolf in the Crested Kimono: The Wolf-Human Dynamic in Anime and Manga.” Mechademia 1 (2006):145-160. Print.

Lingis, Alphonso. “Animal Body, Inhuman Face.” Zoontologies: The Question of the Animal. Ed. Cary Wolfe. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. Print.

Malamud, Randy., ed. A Cultural History of Animals in the Modern Age. Oxford: Berg, 2007. Print.

Marvin, Garry. Wolf. London: Reaktion, 2012. Print.

Menzies, Sutherland. “Hugues, the Wer-Wolf.” Terrifying Transformations: An Anthology of Victorian Werewolf Fiction. 1838. Eds. Alexis Easley., and Shannon Scott. Kansas City: Valancourt Books, 2013. 1-22. Print.

Mullin, Molly. “Mirrors and Windows: Sociocultural Studies of Human-Animal Relationships.” Annual Review of Anthropology 28 (1999):201-224. Print.

Otten, Charlotte,. ed. A Lycanthropy Reader: Werewolves in Western Culture. New York: Syracuse University Press, 1986. Print.

Philo, Chris., and Chris Wilbert, eds. Animal Spaces, Beastly Places: New Geographies of Human-Animal relations. London: Routledge, 2000. Print.

Potter, Frederick Scarlett. “The Were-wolf of the Grendelwold.” Terrifying Transformations: An Anthology of Victorian Werewolf Fiction. 1882. Eds. Alexis Easley., and Shannon Scott. Kansas City: Valancourt Books, 2013. 121-134. Print.

Reynolds, George W.M. Wagner, The Wehr-Wolf. 1846-7. New York: Cosimo Classics, 2008. Print.

Rowlands, Mark. “Friendship and Animals: A Reply to Frööding and Peterson.” Journal of Animal Ethics 1.1 (2011):70-79. Print.

Sanders, Clinton, and Arnold Arluke. “If Lions Could Speak: Investigating the Animal- Human Relationship and the Perspectives of Nonhuman Others.” The Sociological Quarterly 34.3 (1993):377-390. Print.

Sanders, Jeffrey. “Animal Trouble and Urban Anxiety: Human-Animal Interaction in Post-Earth Day Seattle.” Environmental History 16.2 (2011):226-261. Print.

Sconduto, Leslie. Metamorphoses of the Werewolf: A Literary Study From Antiquity through the Renaissance. London: McFarland & Company Inc, 2008. Print.

Stypczynski, Brent. The Modern Literary Werewolf: A Critical Study of the Mutable Motif. London: McFarland & Company Inc, 2013. Print.

Summers, Montague. The Werewolf in Lore and Legend. 1933. New York: Dover Publications, 2003. Print.

Wolch, Jennifer., and Jody Emel, eds. Animal Geographies: Place, Politics, Identity in the Nature-Culture Borderlands. London: Verso, 1998. Print.

Wolfe, Carry., ed. Zoontologies: The Question of the Animal. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. Print.

Works Consulted

Allister, Mark., ed. Eco-Man: New Perspectives on Masculinity and Nature. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2004. Print.

Cohen, Andrew. “Dependent Relationships and the Moral Standing of Nonhuman Animals.” Ethics and the Environment 13.2 (2008):1-21. Print.

Kete, Kathleen., ed. A Cultural History of Animals in the Age of Empire. Oxford: Berg, 2007. Print.

Otten, Charlotte. The Literary Werewolf: An Anthology. New York: Syracuse University Press, 2002. Print.

Shepard, Paul. “Animal Rights and Human Rites.” The North American Review 259.4 (1974):35-42. Print.