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Contents


Foreword

Randy Malamud


Acknowledgments


Introduction

Kelsi Nagy and Phillip David Johnson II




I. The Symbolic Trash Animal

1. See Gull: Cultural Blind Spots and the Disappearance of the Ring-billed Gull in

Toronto

Gavan P. L. Watson


2. Hunger Makes the Wolf

Charles Bergman


3. Beauty and the Beast

Catherine Puckett


4. Managing Apocalypse: A Cultural History of the Mormon Cricket

Christina Robertson


II. The Native Trash Animal

5. One Nation under Coyote, Divisible

Lisa Couturier


6. Prairie Dog and Prejudice

Kelsi Nagy


7. Nothing Says Trash like Packrats: Nature Boy Meets Bushy Tail

Michael P. Branch


III. The Invasive Trash Animal

8. Canadas: From Conservation Success to Flying Carp

Bernard Quetchenbach


9. The Bard's Bird; or, The Slings and Arrows of Avicultural Hegemony: A Tragicomedy

in Five Acts

Charles Mitchell


10. Fly-Fishing for Carp As a Deeper Aesthetics

Phillip David Johnson II


IV. The Urban Trash Animal

11. Metamorphosis in Detroit

Carolyn Kraus


12. Kach'i: Garbage Birds in a Hybrid Landscape

James E. Bishop


13. Flying Rats

Andrew D. Blechman


V. Moving beyond Trash

14. Kill the Cat That Kills the Bird?

Bruce Barcott


15. An Unlimited Take of Ugly: The Bullhead Catfish

Kyhl Lyndgaard


16. A Six-legged Guru: Fear and Loathing in Nature

Jeffrey A. Lockwood


17. The Parables of the Rats and Mice

Kathleen Dean Moore




Publication History

Contributors

Index



About the Author


Kelsi Nagy is a graduate student of anthrozoology at Canisius College.

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