Erica Fudge

Professor, English Studies
School of Humanities
Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK
E-mail: erica.fudge@strath.ac.uk
Page: http://www.strath.ac.uk/humanities/courses/english/staff/fudgeericaprof

Fields of interest

Renaissance Studies,
Animal Studies,
Posthumanism.

 

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,
Pets,
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.