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Knowing Animals

Knowing Animals is a regular 20 minutes podcast about all things related to animals and ethics; animals and the law; animals and politics; and animal advocacy. It features interviews with academic and animal advocates. It is available free so enjoy!
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Welcome to Knowing Animals the podcast - featuring the Protecting Animals Series

Knowing Animals is a regular 20 minutes podcast about all things related to animals and ethics; animals and the law; animals and politics; and animal advocacy. It features interviews with academic and animal advocates. It is available free so enjoy!

Sep 25, 2017

This episode of Knowing Animals features Dr. Andrew Knight, Professor of Animal Welfare and Ethics, & Director, Centre for Animal Welfare, University of Winchester. We discuss Andrew's latest publication ‘Was Jack the Ripper a Slaughterman? Human-Animal Violence and the World’s Most Infamous Serial Killer’ which appeared in journal 'Animals' in 2017. The article was co-authored by Katherine D. Watson. 

 

This episode of Knowing Animals is brought to you by AASA. AASA is the membership body for Animal Studies scholars in Australia and around the world. Join AASA today for just $50: http://animalstudies.org.au/membership

Jul 3, 2017

In this episode of Knowing Animals we are joined by a very special guest, Dr. Hayley Singer from the University of Melbourne. Hayley has a PhD in creative writing and is interested in ecological and feminist theories of flesh, fiction, avant-garde writing practices and philosophy. Today we will consider Hayley’s piece ‘Writing the Fleischgeist’ which appears in the Animal Studies Journal in 2016.

This episode of Knowing Animals is brought to you by our good friends at AASA. AASA is the Australasian Animal Studies Association. Are you following them on Facebook? You should be. Find them here: https://www.facebook.com/AASA-Australasian-Animal-Studies-Association-480316142116752/

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