Interviews with Animal Studies scholars about significant developments in the field.
The podcasting network dedicated to animal advocacy, scholarship, ideas, social justice, activism, environmentalism and making the world a better place for all animals.
A Yale University podcast that is "devoted to exploring the big questions animals raise about what it means to be human."
An archive of images and video clips portraying animals in virtually every possible situation that is available for free for non-commercial use.
A casebook for use in law school classes, framed according to traditional legal headings such as tort, contract, criminal and constitutional law.
Provides a selection of animal law cases, with annotation, for use in non-animal law related law classes, including contracts, criminal law, torts, property, constitutional law, commercial law, wills and trusts, domestic relations, environmental law, evidence, patent and tax law.
Designed as a text for classes in animal law and policy, this book presents problems, case studies and jurisprudential doctrine relevant to issues in animal law and policy. Favre is also the author of a number of other books about animals and their place in law and society, including Respecting Animals: A Balanced Approach to Our Relationship with Pets, Food, and Wildlife.
Includes an online library of Humane Education Resource Guides, Lessons and Activities, Games, Webinars, Educational Videos and Bibliographies focusing on humane education for elementary and secondary school pupils and their educators.
A collection of essays that expands on the editor’s The Vegan Studies Project representing veganism as a practice that is viewed as oppositional to the mainstream economy and exposes this disruption, critiques it, and offers a new roadmap for navigating and reimaging popular culture representations on veganism. This book posits Vegan Studies as an integral part of cultural studies and critical theory, one that incorporates the displacement, abuse, and mistreatment of nonhuman animals.
Examines the social and cultural discourses shaping our perceptions of veganism as an identity category and social practice, including mainstream discourse regarding the relationship, or lack thereof, between animal rights and veganism. While focusing on the depiction of the vegan body in cultural representations, this work examines critical animal studies, human-animal studies, posthumanism, and ecofeminism as theoretical frameworks that inform vegan studies and positions these discussions in the context of post-9/11 anxieties over American strength and virility.