Volume 39 in this series
In the 20th century, the boundaries between human and animal were frequently renegotiated. Racism and totalitarianism changed ideas of belonging; the violence inherent to them transgressed the borders of the human. At the same time, victims of persecution formed comforting alliances with animals while on the run or in foreign lands. This volume is the first to introduce perspectives from interdisciplinary human-animal studies to exile studies.