Pigeon Trouble

Pigeon Trouble chronicles a foreign-born anthropologist's venture into a miners' occult craft of pigeon shooting in the depths of Pennsylvania's anthracite coal country.

Pigeon Trouble
Bestiary Biopolitics in a Deindustrialized America

Hoon Song

2010 | 272 pages | Cloth $49.95 | Paper $24.95
Anthropology
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1. Cruelty through Glassy Eyes
Chapter 2. Gloved Love
Chapter 3. Hooliganism
Chapter 4. Pests and Outcasts
Chapter 5. Mimesis and Conspiracy Theory
Chapter 6. Representationalism's Animal Other
Chapter 7. The Line of Flight, Out of Bird Phobia
Conclusion: Self-Reflexivity and Finite Thinking

Notes
References
Index
Acknowledgments