Welcome to the online library guide for Jonathan Safran Foer's Eating Animals!
There are many great resources available in the Kingsborough Library and within the CUNY library network to help students in doing research for the book. This online guide aims to provide you with a convenient access point to these recommended resources.
You will see that the resources are separated into tabs by resource type, from related books to items in academic journals, popular newspapers and magazines, including other media formats and the non-circulating encyclopedias and handbooks in our reference collection. You will even find many of the online references cited in the Notes chapter of the book, complete with current, accessible links. For those interested in knowing more about the author, please refer to the resources on the Book & Author tab. And if you still find yourself wanting more information, use the tab on relevant research groups and support organizations for the latest in research news and developments.
If you place your mouse over those tabs above containing a down-arrow box next to the label, you will get a drop-down menu opening to subpages based on the major themes of the book:
Anytime you run into a problem or question with the information on the library guide, please feel free to use the profile or comment box on the right side of the screen to communicate with your Library Liaison. Reference help is always - just around the corner!
If you would like the collection of recommended library resources on this online guide as a file document, use the box to the right (→) to download the entire bibliography in PDF.
Lastly, if you care to leave a footprint about your reading experience to share with others, please go to the Brainstorming tab.
For a PDF of the bibliography, please click below to download file.