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An Interview with Mary Lou Randour

An Interview with Mary Lou Randour

Addressing Animal Abuse: Notes from the Field Mary Lou Randour, Senior Advisor, Animal Cruelty Programs and Training, Animal Welfare Institute   How did you first get interested in working in the area of animal abuse prevention and/or intervention? Like so many...
An Interview with Linda Brant

An Interview with Linda Brant

1. What got you interested in human-animal studies? I found my way to Human-Animal Studies through Visual Art. The reading, research and fieldwork that I do as part of my art practice falls within the domain of Human-Animal Studies. In my artwork, I use the bones of...

An Interview with Lori Gruen

1. What got you interested in human-animal studies? I first got interested in animal ethics because in an undergraduate philosophy class I took in the early 1980s we read Animal Liberation. In the decade that followed I spent time working in the emerging animal rights...
An Interview with Officer Chris Brosan

An Interview with Officer Chris Brosan

1. How did you first get interested in working in the area of animal abuse prevention and/or intervention? As an Animal Services Officer in Loudoun County, Virginia, I attended a number of trainings in which the correlation between domestic violence and animal abuse...
An Interview with Kendra Coulter

An Interview with Kendra Coulter

Notes From the Field of Human-Animal Studies Dr. Kendra Coulter Centre for Labour Studies, Brock University   What got you interested in human-animal studies? My mother began teaching me about care and respect for animals before I could walk, and my learning has...
An Interview with John Thompson

An Interview with John Thompson

Addressing Animal Abuse: Notes from the Field John Thompson Deputy Executive Director, National Sheriffs’ Association   How did you first get interested in working in the area of animal abuse prevention and/or intervention? About a year ago my daughter...