University of Newcastle
Dr Nancy Cushing is Associate Professor of History in the University of Newcastle’s School of Humanities and Social Science. She works in the field of environmental history with a particular interest in the nexus between animal studies and histories of food and eating. In 2018, she was coeditor with Jodi Frawley of Animal Count: How population size matters in animal human-relations (Routledge).
ArticlesKangatarianism is the rather inelegant word coined in the first decade of the twenty-first century to describe an omnivorous diet in which the only meat consumed is that of the kangaroo. First published in the media in 2010 (Barone; Zukerman), the term circulated in Australian environmental and academic circles including the Global Animal conference at the University of Wollongong in July...Read more