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Webinar Links on Animal Abuse Available

Webinar Links on Animal Abuse Available

Click here for Webinar #1: Animal Abuse and Children: An Important Risk Factor Click here for Webinar #2: Assessing Children’s Relationships with Animals Over the past few months ASI’s Human-Animal Programs Director Lisa Lunghofer presented a series of...
Seeking Faculty Teaching HAS!

Seeking Faculty Teaching HAS!

The Animals & Society Institute is seeking faculty who are teaching human-animal studies (ie anthrozoology or animal studies) courses, or who are working with students on HAS-related topics. I am reaching out to you for a few reasons: We would like your help in...
Call for Student Submissions!

Call for Student Submissions!

ASI is looking for talented undergraduates! We are seeking submissions for Sloth, our undergraduate human-animal studies journal, as well as for our Undergraduate Paper Prize! If you are a student in HAS, or are teaching an HAS class, we would appreciate hearing from...
Have You Read “Why Animal Studies?”

Have You Read “Why Animal Studies?”

Have you seen the new blog, Why Animal Studies? Created by the Animals in Society Working Group, Why Animal Studies? asks scholars across the ideological spectrum to reflect on the reasons as to why they locate their scholarship in the field. Recent entries have been...

 

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How Do Students Respond to HAS Courses?

How Do Students Respond to HAS Courses?

ASI is embarking on a project to work with faculty around the world to survey their students on what they have gained, and how they have changed, from taking a human-animal studies course. We will be publishing the results as this project continues. Please keep your...
Seeking Faculty Teaching HAS!

Seeking Faculty Teaching HAS!

The Animals & Society Institute is seeking faculty who are teaching human-animal studies (ie anthrozoology or animal studies) courses, or who are working with students on HAS-related topics. I am reaching out to you for a few reasons: We would like your help in...