In Macmillan's Magazine, Charles Kingsley's The Water-Babies: A Fairy Tale for a Landbaby infused an invented fantasy with social debates on the condition of England, Max Muller's comparative philology and Charles Darwin's evolutionary theory, in the process racialising animals and animalising
Do these analyses of the biopolitical capture of 'life,' and visions of its overcoming, rely on the exclusion of animals, or might we critique the animalising
reduction and biological production of human and nonhuman life together?
terms used varied as attitudes towards the Moriscos changed in the 16th century, from assimilationists who considered them to be "Christian" and "Spanish" to their rejection by expulsionists.
The processes of naming (or renaming), infantilising, housing, setting to work, controlling diet, animalising
, controlling sexual congress, burial after death ("the second death") of the zombified individual .