Erica Fudge

Professor, English Studies
School of Humanities
Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK

Fields of interest

Renaissance Studies,
Animal Studies,


Recent publications

Erica Fudge,
The Human Face of Early Modern England,
Angelaki 16: 1, pp.97-110, 2011

Erica Fudge,
Pest Friends,
Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson ed., Uncertainty in the City (Berlin: The Green Box), 2011 

Erica Fudge,
Why It’s Easy Being a Vegetarian,
Textual Practice 24:1, pp.149-166., 2010

Erica Fudge,
At the Heart of the Home: An Animal Reading of Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Heart of a Dog,
Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies, 2009

Erica Fudge,
Acumen Press, Stocksfield, pp.119. 2008

Erica Fudge,
The Dog is Himself: Humans, Animals and Self-control in The Two Gentlemen of Verona,
How to do things with Shakespeare, Laurie Maguire ed. (Blackwell: Oxford), pp.185-209, 2007.

Erica Fudge, 
The Dog, The Home and the Human, And the Ancestry of Derrida’s Cat,
Oxford Literary Review, 29 special issue ‘Derridanimals’, pp.37-54, 2007.

Erica Fudge,
Onely Proper Unto Man: Dreaming and Being Human in the Renaissance
Reading the Early Modern Dream: The Terrors of the Night, Katherine Hodgkin, Michelle O’Callaghan and S.J. Wiseman ed. (Routledge: New York), pp.31-44., 2007.

Erica Fudge,
Learning to Laugh: Children and being human in early modern thought
Childhood and Children’s Books in Early Modern Europe, 1550-1800, Andrea Immel and Michael Witmore ed. (Routledge: London and New York), pp.19-39,2006.

Erica Fudge,
Brutal Reasoning: Animals, 
Rationality and Humanity in Early Modern England (Cornell University Press: Ithaca, NY), pp.224, 2006.