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Sarah E. McFarland is an assistant professor of English at Northwestern State University, where she specializes in American environmental literature, ecocritical theory (especially animal studies and ecofeminism) and gender studies. Sarah has written about representations of animals, wilderness, and gender privilege in American nonfiction nature writing; her current research deals with how representations of animals are used to construct human conceptions of animal subjectivity, gender, intimacy, and contemporary environmental ethics. [from page 374 of Animals and Agency]
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