The members of the Extinction Studies Working Group actively publish academic books and articles in a range of disciplinary areas. All of this work is aimed at furthering discussions about the meaning and significance of extinction in complex multispecies communities.
The Multispecies Salon Eben Kirksey: Duke UP, 2014
Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction Thom van Dooren: Columbia UP, 2014
Animal Death Edited by Jay Johnston and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey: Sydney UP, 2013 ____ With chapters by ESWG members Deborah Bird Rose, Matthew Chrulew and Rick De Vos
Temporal Environments: Rethinking Time and Ecology Edited by Jacob Metcalf and Thom van Dooren Special issue of Environmental Philosophy, vol. 9.1, 2012 ____ With chapters by ESWG members Michelle Bastian, Deborah Bird Rose and James Hatley
Facing Nature: Levinas and Environmental Thought Edited by William Edelglass, James Hatley and Christian Diehm: Duquesne UP, 2012 ____ With chapters by ESWG members James Hatley, Deborah Bird Rose and Mick Smith
Wild Dog Dreaming: Love and Extinction Deborah Bird Rose: University of Virginia Press, 2011
Unloved Others: Death of the Disregarded in the Time of Extinctions Edited by Deborah Rose and Thom van Dooren Special issue of the Australian Humanities Review, vol.50, 2011 ____ With articles by ESWG members James Hatley, Donna Haraway, Deborah Bird Rose, Mick Smith, Matt Chrulew and Thom van Dooren
Vulture Thom van Dooren: Reaktion Books, 2011
When Species Meet Donna Haraway: University of Minnesota Press, 2007
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