disClosure: a Journal of Social Theoryappears in an altered form this year: a double-feature on Animals Studies and Queer Theory, consisting entirely of interviews and roundtables. Intending to respect the work of the guests and students from the pandemic-disrupted Social Theory spring seminar series, and to foster a collaborative spirit in challenging times, we arranged our special issue to gather two years of collegial conversations in one place. The interviews conducted with the guest scholars who came to speak in the Social Theory series range widely, placed alongside roundtables with the transdisciplinary faculty teams who organized, planned, and taught each seminar.
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"Volume 30: Queer Theory and Animal Theory,"
disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory: Vol. 30, Article 1.
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