In this episode of Knowing Animals we speak to Lisa Kane. Lisa is a lawyer and is passionate about the plight of elephants in zoos. Today we discuss her article from May 2015, 'A Case Study of African Elephants Journey from Switzerland to US Zoos in 2003: a questions of commerce and a tale of Brinkmanship’ which was published in Journal of Animal Law.
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This episode of Knowing Animals comes to you from New York University. I speak to Dr. Elan Abrell. Elan is based in the Urban Studies Department at Queens Colleague, City University of New York. We discuss his book chapter ‘Lively Sanctuaries: A Shabbat of Animal Sacer’ which appeared in the book ‘Animals, Biopolitics, Law: Lively Legalities’, which was published by Routledge in 2016.
This episode of Knowing Animals comes to you from New York. I speak to Mariann Sullivan from Our Hen House. Our Hen House is a media hub for animal advocates. Mariann is an animal lawyer, academic, and podcaster.
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This episode of Knowing Animals comes to you from New York University. I am joined by Professor Dale Jamieson, Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy at New York University. We discuss the chapter on zoos from his 2003 book Morality’s Progress: essays on humans, other animals, and the rest of nature.
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This episode of Knowing Animals comes to you from New York University. I am joined by a very special guest, Professor Una Chaudhuri, Professor of English, Drama and Environmental Studies. We discuss her co-edited book 'Animal Acts: Performing Species Today’ which was published by the University of Michigan in 2014.
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This episode of Knowing Animals comes to you from the US where I am attending the Fellow Travellers conference organised by today's guest, Lori Gruen, and the Animals & Society Institute.
In today's episode I speak to philosopher Prof. Lori Gruen about her book Entangled Empathy: An Alternative Ethic for Our Relationships with Animals which was published by Lantern in 2015.
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Please forgive the sound. The equipment isn't working so well in the US.
Once again I come to you from the Fellow Travellers conference in the US. This time I speak to psychologist and founder of the Animals & Society Institute, as well as the journal Society & Animals, Ken Shapiro. We discuss his 2015 article ‘“I am a Vegetarian”: Reflections on a Way of Being’.
Again the sound quality is not great. My sound equipment got damaged on the flight from Australia to the US. I am crying into my laptop as I type this message. Please be patient and kind.
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