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Henrietta Mondry

New Zealand
Department of Global, Cultural and Language Studies
University of Canterbury
  • 2018 Second Semester

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My research project falls into the interdisciplinary field of human-animal studies and deals with the discursive formation of human-dog correlation in socio-political discourse. It is a comparative investigation...

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Journal Article

Mondry, Henrietta. 2019. Dog from the Other Shore: Dangerous Escapades, Animal Rescue and the Ethnic Other in “Salty Dog,” 1960s to 1970s. Slavic and East European Journal, 63(2), 265–284. Retrieved from

Book/Book Chapter

Mondry, Henrietta. 2018. “We are all souls”: Dogs, dog-wo/men and borderlands in Coetzee and Tyulkin. In D. Wylie & J.-M. Barendse (Eds.), Dogs in Southern African Literatures.

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