Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Network (HRAE) is an interdisciplinary network, whose major objective is to play a leading role in the new global field of Human-Animal Studies (HAS) that has achieved international prominence in the past two decades. HRAE brings together academics from a range of disciplines including the arts, science, law, philosophy and politics. HRAE sees the question of justice for human and nonhuman animals as intimately related to key issues such as the quality of life for all, justice, climate change, species extinction, sustainability and the future of the planet.
Justice Michael Kirby officially launched HRAE on 15 March 2013 to a large gathering of people from the University and the general public. Justice Kirby spoke of his personal commitment to justice for animals. The launch was held at the Melbourne Law School. Other speakers included Dr Alasdair Cochrane (University of Sheffield), who spoke on human and animal rights, Ms Jenny Gray (CEO, Zoos Victoria) who spoke on species extinction and the importance of conservation, and Professor Barbara Creed (Director of HRAE) who discussed the relationship between human rights and animal ethics. Dr Siobhan O'Sullivan, a leading advocate for animal justice, chaired the event.
HRAE supports the view of Nobel-prize winning scientist Paul Crutzen that we have entered a new age, called the Anthropocene, which humans have created, that is, human activities have exerted a profound and possibly lasting impact on the Earth's ecosystems and by implication all forms of life on the planet. HRAE believes that the question of social justice for all species is now a central issue in the Age of the Anthropocene.
Finally, HRAE believes that both ethics and empathy are closely intertwined and together play a crucial role in the struggle for justice for all creatures - human and nonhuman. Ethics alone cannot help us to determine how we should live. Empathy for all living creatures is also crucial in determining the way in which we engage with the world and its myriad of life-forms.
HRAE focuses on research into the educational, legal, social and cultural transformations taking place globally in response to the most recent scientific and ecological findings concerning Human-Animal Studies.
The following topics are of central importance:
- the common evolutionary history of human and non-human animals
- increasing evidence for the shared identities (physiological, cultural, emotional, ethical) of human and non-human animals
- the common exploitation and interrelated sufferings and oppressions of human and non-human animals
- consequences for humanity and the planet of species extinction, industrial production and live export
- the social, cultural and economic importance of well-being for all species as well as animals and tourism
- the key role currently being played by zoos, wildlife parks and natural history museums in relation to public awareness of human/animal issues
- the possibility we are entering a new geological era called the Anthropocence, which is characterised by the impact of human activity on the world and its inhabitants
Current research projects
Empathy and Evolution: The History of Emotions and the Literary and Visual Representation of Animals
The hypothesis of this project is that, whereas emotion was once thought to distinguish human from animal, emotion has become a key factor uniting human and non-human animals. This project will investigate the above proposition through an analysis of the ways in which humans have perceived and represented emotions in animals in cultural discourses from the 18th century to the present. This is an ARC funded Discovery Research Project.
Understanding the Anthropocence
This project explores the possibility we are entering a new age termed the Anthropocence that is an epoch which has been created by human intervention and which has profound implications for all species.
Zoos in the Twenty-First century
This project explores the role of zoos and wildlife parks in promoting public knowledge about animals and their emotions, human/animal relationships species extinction and conservation.
Animals: Building the Nation
This project explores the role played by non-human animals in the historical creation of nations and the wider creation of a civilized world.
Animals, Public Policy and Civil Disobedience
Animal Welfare in China
The Animal Welfare in China research project offers critical insights into the state and visibility of animals in China, the debate surrounding their welfare, the context for policy change, and the country's emerging animal protection legal framework. Through analysis of the proposed animal protection law and anticruelty law, the researchers seek to identify the features of Chinese animal welfare legislations, and to critique the similarities and differences in state-sponsored animal protection between China and countries with more established policy frameworks.
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See below for select publications and presentations by HRAE members.
Monographs and edited books
- Creed, Barbara. Stray: Human-Animal Ethics in the Anthropocene, Power Publications, 2017
- Garner, Robert and O'Sullivan, Siobhan (eds.,). The Political Turn in Animal Ethics, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
- Hoorn, Jeanette (ed.,). Reframing Darwin: Evolution and Art in Australia. Melbourne: Miegunyah Imprint, Melbourne University Press, 2009
- Johnston, Jay and Probyn-Rapsey, Fiona (eds.,). Animal Death. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2013
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan. Animals Equality and Democracy. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
- Tait, Peta. Fighting Nature: Travelling menageries, animal acts and war shows, Sydney University Press, 2016
- Tait, Peta. Wild and Dangerous Performances: Animals, Emotions, Circus. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
Refereed journal articles scholarly chapters
- Creed, Barbara and Reesink, Maarten (guest eds.). 'Animals' Special Section, NECSUS - European Journal of Media Studies, Spring 2015
- Creed, Barbara (2015), 'Maitresse: pornography, ritual and the question of the ritual,' in Coleman, Lindsay (ed.,). Sex and Storytelling, London: Routledge (forthcoming).
- Creed, Barbara (2015) 'Equus: ecstasy, therapy and the animal,' in Huskinson, L. and Waddell, T. (eds.). Eavesdropping: The Psychotherapist in Film and Television, London: Routledge, pp. 67-80.
- Creed, Barbara (2014), 'Films, gestures, species,' in Chare, Nicholas and Watkins, Liz (eds.). Journal for Cultural Research. Taylor and Francis, 14 (3), June 2014, pp. 1-13.
- Creed, Barbara (2014), 'The Elephant's Graveyard: Spectres of the Abyss,' in Papastergiadis, Nikos and Lynn, Victoria (eds.,). Art in the Global Present, Sydney: UTS ePress, pp.216-240.
- Creed, Barbara (2014), 'Evolution, Extinction and the Eco-Trauma Film, Darwin's Nightmare (2014) and A Zed & Two Noughts (1985),' in Narine, Anil (ed.). Eco-Trauma Cinema, London: Routledge, pp. 25-45
- Creed, Barbara (2014), 'Animals Deaths on Screen: Film & Ethics,' in Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 'Minding Animals: Part 1', 2 (1), 2014, pp. 15-31
- Creed, Barbara (2013), "Nenette: Film Theory, Animals, and Boredom," in Necsus: European Journal of Media Studies, 3 (Spring): np
- Creed, Barbara (2011), "Tropical Malady: Film & the Question of the Uncanny Human-Animal," in etropic 10, pp. 131-140
- Hoorn, Jeanette and Creed, Barbara (2015), 'Abject Art and the Animal', in Chare, Nicholas and Arya, Rina (eds.,). Abject Visions. Manchester: Manchester Unviersity Press, (forthcoming)
- McCausland, C., O'Sullivan, S. and Brenton, S. (2013), "Trespass, Animals and Democratic Engagement," in Res Publica, 19(3), pp. 205-221
- O'Sullivan, S., Grey, J., Creed, B. (2014), '"Low down dirty rat": popular and moral responses to urban wildlife living in suburban Melbourne,' in Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism, 2(2)
- Ross, S., and O'Sullivan, S. (2013), 'The World Trade Organisation (WTO),' in Linzey, A. (ed.,), The Global Guide to Animal Protection, University of Illinois Press
- Otter, C., O'Sullivan, S. and Ross, S. (2012), "Laying the Foundations for an International Animal Protection Regime," in Journal of Animal Ethics, 2 (1), pp. 53–72
- Creed, Barbara (2015), 'Skin: Science Fiction, Perversion and Animal/ Human Entanglements,' Deletion/ Deviation: The Perversions of Science Fiction, symposium, Deakin University.
- Creed, Barbara (2014), 'Animals, Empathy and Mental Illness,' Try Walking in My Shoes: Empathy & Portrayals of Mental Illness on Screen, The University of Melbourne.
- Creed, Barbara (2013), 'Apes & Elephants: Modernity, Zoos and the Search for Sensation', Centre for Modernism Studies in Australia, University of New South Wales
- Creed, Barbara (2013), 'In Search of Sensation in the Tropical Imaginary', Tropics of the Imagination Conference, James Cook University
- Creed, Barbara (2013), 'Animate/Inanimate - the First Zoos', Animate/Inanimate Symposium, Healesville Sanctuary
- mowson, lynn (2017) Dear Dairy Conference, University of Canterbury
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2013), 'Seeing is Believing: Nonhuman Animals and Liberal Democracies', AASG@Sydney: Life in the Anthropocene, The University of Sydney
- Birch, Eva (2012), 'The Animal Human in the Films of Apichatpong Weerasethakel', Film and History Conference of Austalia and New Zealand, La Trobe University/ Victoria University
- Brenton, S., McCausland, C. and O'Sullivan, S. (2013), 'Piracy, animals and democratic engagement: The limits of civil disobedience at sea.' Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference, Murdoch University
- Creed, Barbara (2012), 'Animal Deaths on Screen: Film and Ethics', Minding Animals Two, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
- Creed, Barbara (2012), 'The Three-Sided Sacred: Film and the Animal', Film and History Conference of Austalia and New Zealand, La Trobe University/ Victoria University
- Hoorn, Jeanette (2012), 'Thomas Gainsborough's Animals: Empathy and the Emotion', Minding Animals Two, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
- Hopgood, Fincina (2014), '"Laugh Along with Me": using comedy and autobiography to create empathy for mental illness on screen', Try Walking in My Shoes: Empathy & Portrayals of Mental Illness on Screen, The University of Melbourne.
- Hopgood, Fincina (2012), 'Engaging with the Politics of Empathy: Teaching Human Rights on Screen', Film and History Conference of Austalia and New Zealand, La Trobe University/ Victoria University
- McCausland, C., O'Sullivan, S. and Brenton, S. (2012), 'Trespass in the Name of Animal Rights', Minding Animals Two, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
- mowson, lynn (2016) Empathic Udder-ness: Witnessing and the Traumatic Imagination, Animaladies, The University of Sydney
- mowson, lynn, Pyke, S, Singer, H. (2016) Performing Response-abilties: fleshy encounters in a time of ecological crisis. Performance Climates PsI #22, The University of Melbourne
- mowson, lynn (2015) Who witnesses for the Other? AASA2015 Conference, Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy and Activism, The University of Melbourne
- O'Sullivan, S., Creed, B. And Grey, J. (2012), 'Low Down Dirty Rat: responses to urban wildlife', Minding Animals Two, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
- O'Sullivan, S., Grey, J and Creed, B. (2011), 'The Possum Intruder: cultural and legal responses to urban possum populations', Animal, People – A Shared Environment, Griffith University
Knowledge Transfer in Print and Speaking Engagements
- Birch, Eva (2012), 'Interview with Barbara Creed on HRAE', Australian Animal Studies Group News Bulletin
- Hopgood, Fincina (2014), 'Empathy and Portrayals of Mental Illness on Screen: Fincina Hopgood and Edwin Rutsch,' Center for Building a Culture of Empathy
- McCausland, Clare and O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2014), 'Drones, animals and the right to know: an Australian perspective,' Centre for Animals and Social Justice
- McCausland, Clare and O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2013), 'Queensland cattle crisis: animal welfare or the environment?' The Conversation
- McCausland, Clare (2013), 'United Nations Declaration on Animal Welfare: Why not rights?' Regarding Rights
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2015), 'New laws could stop revelations of animal abuse,' Sydney Morning Herald
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan and Wadiwel, Dinesh (2014), 'We have animal welfare laws but they don't stop the suffering,' The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2014), 'Live animal export laws are useless without enforcement,' The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2014), 'Animal welfare in Victoria: the death of two racing horses raises questions,' The Guardian
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2014), '"Ag-gag" laws: The battle for animal welfare is a battle over information,' The Guardian
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan and McCausland, Clare (2013), 'Civil disobedience in support of animals to progress social change', The Voice 9(5)
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2013), 'Why human suffering and animal welfare are the one issue', The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'The Problem with Victoria’s Ban on Duck Rescuers', The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'The Live Export of Animals will always be a Bloody Business', The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Animals, Equality and Democracy', Manning Clark House, Canberra, September 2012
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Animals, Equality and Democracy', Messerli-Research Institute, Vienna Vet School, July 2012
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Community Attitudes, Political Realities, and the Pork Industry in Australia', 2012 Pan Pacific Pork Expo, May 2012
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Animals, Equality and Democracy', The Wheeler Centre, April 2012
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Quarterly Essay: Us and Them' (session chair), The Wheeler Centre, April 2012
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Animals – the meat in the Olympic sandwich', The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Celebrating 150 years of Captivity', The Conversation
- O'Sullivan, Siobhan (2012), 'Pet or pet-food: a confused rabbit's tale', ABC Environment
Knowing Animals Reading Group April 30 with guest Brock Bastian
Assoc. Professor Brock Bastian, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences will join us to discuss his paper 'Resolving the Meat-Paradox: A Motivational Account of Morally Troublesome Behavior and Its Maintenance', Brock Bastian and Steve Loughnan, Personality and Social Psychology Review, 2017 Vol 21(3) 278-299. Please join us for what will be an engaging discussion.Where: The Linkway, Level 4, John Medley (Building 191), The University of MelbourneWhen: 5.30-6.30pm, Monday 30th April 2018To join the reading group please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgAbstract: A majority of people the world over eat meat, yet many of these same people experience discomfort when the meat on their plate is linked to the death of animals. We draw on this common form of moral conflict-the meat-paradox-to develop insights into the ways in which morally troublesome behaviors vanish into the commonplace and every day. Drawing on a motivational analysis, we show how societies may be shaped by attempts to resolve dissonance, in turn protecting their citizens from discomfort associated with their own moral conflicts. To achieve this, we build links between dissonance reduction, habit formation, social influence, and the emergence of social norms and detail how our analysis has implications for understanding immoral behavior and motivations underpinning dehumanization and objectification. Finally, we draw from our motivational analysis to advance new insights into the origins of prejudice and pathways through which prejudice can be maintained and resolved.News
Knowing Animals Reading Group 25 June 'Settler Sanctuaries and the Stoat-Free State'
The text for our next session is Anna Boswell's article 'Settler Sancturaries and the Stoat-Free State' in the Animal Studies Journal, 6(2), 2017, 109-136. The article is freely available at: http://ro.uow.edu.au/asj/vol6/iss2/7/Where: The Linkway, L4, John Medley Building (Building 191), The University of MelbourneWhen: 5.30-6.30pm, Monday 25th June, 2018All welcome, please join us for the discussionNews
Barbara Creed to launch My Monster Exhibition
Professor Barbara Creed, Chair of the Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Network will open the exhibition My Monster: The Human-Animal Hybrid at RMIT Gallery, Thursday 28 June 6-8pm.News
Knowing Animals Reading Group 26 March - The Moral Standing of Animals
The text for our next session will be 'The Moral Standing of Animals: Towards a Psychology of Speciesism', by Lucius Caviola, Jim A. C. Everett, and Nadira S. Faber, University of Oxford, forthcoming in 2018 in the Journal of Personality and Social PsychologyTo join the reading group please contact email@example.comNews
Book Launch: Gonzalo Villanueva's 'A Transnational History of the Australian Animal Movement'
The Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Network is pleased to announce that it will host the launch for Gonzalo Villanueva's new book A Transnational History of the Australian Animal Movement, 1970-2015, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.News
Knowing Animals Reading Group 26 February - Susan Fraiman 'Pussy Panic'
The text this month is Susan Fraiman's 'Pussy Panic versus Liking Animals: Tracking Gender in Animal Studies', Critical Inquiry, Vol. 39 No.1 Autumn 2012 pp.89-115. To join the reading group please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgNews
Knowing Animals Reading Group 2018
The Knowing Animals Reading Group commences again on Monday 26th February.News
Book launch / Lecture 'Stray: Human-Animal Ethics in the Anthropocene' by Barbara Creed
Friday 26 May 2017, 6-8pm at the Ian Potter Museum of ArtNews
Knowing Animals Reading Group 29 May with guest Dr Siobhan O'Sullivan
If you would like to join our reading group please contact email@example.comNews
Australasian Animal Studies Conference 2017
Calls for Papers and EOI for artists - Animal IntersectionsNews
Knowing Animals Reading Group - 27 June - Naisargi N. Dave’s 'Witness: Humans, Animals and the Polit...
Date: Monday, June 27, 2016 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
Knowing Animals Reading Group - 30 May - Animals in Film - Screening and Discussion
Date: Monday, May 30, 2016 - 17:30 - 19:00Past Event
Knowing Animals Reading Group - 18 April 2016 - Vinciane Despret's 'From Secret Agents to Interagenc...
Date: Monday, April 18, 2016 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
Knowing Animals Reading Group - 21 March 2016
Date: Monday, March 21, 2016 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
HRAE Knowing Animals Reading Group: Thom van Dooren 'A Day with the Crows' 2015
Date: Monday, February 29, 2016 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
Animal Publics Conference: Keynote presentations available online
Featuring: Una Chaudhuri, Erica Fudge, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Timothy Pachirat, Anat Pick, Harriet RitvoPast Event
Knowing Animals Reading Group - 2016 sessions
The Knowing Animals Reading Group meets monthly, on the last Monday of each month at 5.30-6.30pm.Past Event
HRAE End of Year Address: 'Animal Activists and Law Breaking' by Dr Siobhan O'Sullivan and Dr Clare ...
Join us for the Human Rights and Animal Ethics [HRAE] Research Network's End of Year AddressPast Event
30 November 2015. HRAE End of Year Address: Animal Activists and Law Breaking by by Dr Siobhan O'Sul...
Date: Monday, November 30, 2015 - 17:30 to 19:00Past Event
HRAE on RRR 102.7FM
Siobhan O'Sullivan chatted with Michelle Bennett, host of Spoke, on RRR 102.7FM about the aims and the research of the Human Rights and Animal Ethics research network earlier this month.Past Event
HRAE member Siobhan O'Sullivan on Channel Ten
Dr Siobhan O'Sullivan was a guest on the program Studio 10 on Channel Ten to discuss the legal implications of using drones as 'eyes in the sky' in animal welfare.Past Event
HRAE presents The 2015 Animal Oration: Animal Activists and Law Breaking
Dr Siobhan O'Sullivan and Dr Clare McCausland gave a wonderful presentation on Animal Activists and Law Breaking on 30 November 2015. Presented by the Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Centre - The Animal Oration was the final session of the Knowing Animals Reading Group activities for the year.Past Event
HRAE Knowing Animals Reading Group: M.Harris 'The Cultural Ecology of India's Sacred Cattle' with Ya...
Date: Monday, October 26, 2015 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
HRAE Knowing Animals Reading Group: Lori Gruen 'Death as Social Harm'
Date: Monday, September 28, 2015 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
HRAE Knowing Animals Reading Group: Wilkie, R. 'Academic "dirty work": Mapping scholarly labor in a ...
Date: Monday, August 31, 2015 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
Animal Publics Conference: Keynote Speakers on 'Knowing Animals' podcast
Animal Publics: Emotion, Empathy, Activism conference.Past Event
Animal Publics Conference Keynote Harriet Ritvo on Up Close
Environmental historian Prof Harriet Ritvo recounts the often ambiguous relationships between the human and animal worlds through history, and explores our need to both tame and take inspiration from the wild. Presented by Dr Andi Horvath.Past Event
HRAE Knowing Animals Reading Group: with Erica Fudge
Date: Monday, July 27, 2015 - 17:30 to 18:30Past Event
Animal Publics Conference Exhibition: Creaturely Feeling
The exhibition explores artmaking as an act of encounter between human and non-human animals.Past Event
Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism conference
Date: Sunday, July 12, 2015 - 17:00 and Wednesday, July 15, 2015 - 19:00Past Event
Masterclass: Looking into Wildness with Professor Harriet Ritvo
Date: Friday, July 10, 2015 - 15:30Past Event
Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism Conference Program
The conference will explore the complex relationship between the public and private worlds of animals and consider the roles played by emotions, empathy and activism in the often contradictory way in which we relate to animals in both public and private spheres.Past Event
Masterclass with Professor Erica Fudge
Date: Thursday, July 9, 2015 - 15:30Past Event
HRAE End of Year Address: 'Do Fish Resist?' by Dr. Dinesh Wadiwel
Date: Monday, December 8, 2014 - 17:30 to 19:30Past Event
Call for Papers: Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism
The Australian Centre and the Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Network (HRAE) are presenting the 6th Biennial Conference of the Australian Animal Studies Group at the University of Melbourne from July 12-15, 2015.Past Event
HRAE Public lecture: '"Steer Flees City": Animal and Literary Challenges to the Politics of "Humane ...
Date: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - 17:30 to 19:00Past Event
HRAE affiliate Dr Fincina Hopgood Associate Investigator with CHE
This project looks at the various ways in which the experience of mental illness is portrayed in Australian art, film and television, and the influence of earlier European culture upon these representations. It explores the potential of visual culture to develop empathy for people living with mental illness.Past Event
Siobhan O'Sullivan speaks at the '2014 Voiceless Animal Law Lecture Series with Will Potter'
Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 18:00Past Event
HRAE on RRR 102.7FM
Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 10:00 to 10:30Past Event
Ethics at Sea: Breaking the Law When There is No Law?
Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 12:30Past Event
Knowing Animals Reading Group
Date: Monday, February 24, 2014 - 17:30 and Monday, November 24, 2014 - 20:00Past Event
Keynote Lecture: ‘Film, Animals, Mental Illness’ Professor Barbara Creed (Director HRAE)
Date: Friday, February 14, 2014 - 09:30Past Event
PUBLIC LECTURE: ‘Dingo Stories: Animal Practices, Animal imaginaries’
Date: Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 17:45Past Event
Official Launch of the Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Network
Date: Friday, March 15, 2013 - 16:00 to 18:00Past Event
Masterclass for graduate students with Dr Anat Pick, Dr Tom Tyler and Dr Robert McKay
Date: Friday, December 7, 2012 - 11:30 to 13:30Past Event
HRAE Events at the Film and History of Australia and New Zealand Conference 2012
Date: Saturday, December 1, 2012 - 16:00 and Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 17:00Past Event
Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism July 2015
Convened by the Australian Centre and the Human Rights & Animal Ethics Research Network (HRAE), University of Melbourne.
Animal Publics, was the sixth biennial international conference of the Australasian Animal Studies Association (formerly the Australian Animal Studies Group), the conference explored the complex relationship between the public and private worlds of animals. It considered the roles played by emotions, empathy and activism in the often contradictory way in which we relate to animals in both public and private spheres. Six acclaimed international key-note speakers presented papers over the four days. Speakers from around the world offered local and global perspectives on the issues involved. Debate was stimulated through an exhibition of art works (download catalogue), film screenings and book launches.
Keynote speakers included: Una Chaudhuri, Erica Fudge, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Timothy Pachirat, Anat Pick and Harriet Ritvo and videos of these talks are available below:
Harriet Ritvo, 'Wanting the Wild'
Keynote lecture Animal Publics conference 2015
Una Chaudhuri, 'Discretion and Diplomacy in Interspecies Performance'
Keynote lecture Animal Publics conference 2015
Anat Pick, Val Plumwood Lecture: 'Vegan Cinema: Looking, Eating, Letting Be'
Keynote lecture Animal Publics conference 2015
Timothy Pachirat, 'The Glass Walls Fallacy'
Keynote lecture Animal Publics conference 2015
Erica Fudge, 'The Multiple Animal Worlds of Edward Topsell'
Keynote lecture Animal Publics conference 2015
Jeffrey Masson 'Is it possible that some animals have some emotions deeper than those of any human?'
Keynote lecture Animal Publics conference 2015