RESEARCH

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O’Laughlin, L.N. (In Progress). Toxic Animal Encounters: Queer Environmental Threats and Racialized Reproduction Anxieties [Book manuscript].


O’Laughlin, L.N. (2020). "Troubling Figures: Endocrine Disruptors, Intersex Frogs, and the Logics of Environmental Science." Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, 6(1), 1-28. http://www.catalystjournal.org

O’Laughlin, L. (2019). “Transnational Reflections on Embodying Non-binary Pronouns.” H-France Salon 11(14), https://h-france.net/h-france-salon-volume-11-2019/.

O’Laughlin, L. (2019). “Carefully Cripping Animal Ethics” [Review of Beasts of Burden by S. Taylor]. Society & Animals 27, 225-228.

 

Lee, R.Y. and O’Laughlin, L. (2018). [Review of Exposed by S. Alaimo, Object-oriented Feminisms ed. by K. Behar, and Undoing Monogamy by C. Willey]. Signs: Journal of Women and Culture in Society 43(4), 1034-1039.

O’Laughlin, L. (2017) “Dueling Dualisms: Seeing the Trees for the Forest without Losing Specificity” [Review essay]. Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 22(2), 249-255.

O’Laughlin, L. (2016). “Interrogating Ecofeminisms: Reading Endocrine Disruptor Panics as Assemblages.” Green Theory & Praxis Journal 9(3), 29-38.


O’Laughlin, L. (2015). “Animal Prostheses as a Site of Transspecies Intimacy: Que(e)rying Time.” Green Theory & Praxis Journal, 8(1), 43-49.