Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond

Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond is Associate Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature and Luso-Brazilian Studies at the University of California, San Diego. She is the author of numerous publications on the legacies of African enslavement and critical animal studies. Her forthcoming memoir, “Home Sick,” probes caregiving, dying, the medical-industrial complex, Islamophobia and the commodification of (human and nonhuman) animals.

Tweets About Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi “Dying Like a Dog” are no Joking Matter

Horses and Humans: On and Off the Track

Hurricane Florence and 9.7 Million Pigs

Aretha’s Furs and PETA’s White Privilege

Orcas and Other-Than-Human Grief

Slaughterhouse Breaks: Fugitive Cattle from the Burroughs

The Crazy Cat Lady Speaks

Women on the Move: Can Three Women and a Truck Quell the Tide of Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse?