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Experts on Animal Issues

This is a list of experts on animal Issues from across the world and includes information on where they work and how they be contacted if you have questions for them.

 

Carol Adams

Author/Lecturer

cja@caroljadams.com

www.caroljadams.com

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: feminism and ecofeminism; vegetarianism and veganism; human violence and animal abuse; religion and animal rights

 

Keith Akers

P.O. Box 11240

Englewood, CO 80151

keith@compassionatespirit.com

www.compassionatespirit.com

Subject: Agriculture

Area of Expertise: vegetarianism and veganism

 

Sara Amundson

Executive Director

Humane Society Legislative Fund

519 C Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

(202) 491-6523

samundson@hslf.org

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Research, Testing and Education

Area of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; cloning

 

David C. Anderson

Rockydell Resources

340 Killdeer Court

Lincoln, California 95648

916/408-0110

rockydell@digitalpath.net

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship

 

Patricia Anderson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Dept. of Anthropology

Western Illinois University

1 University Circle

Macomb, IL 61455-1390

(309) 298-1108

PK-Anderson@wiu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: parrots

 

Phil Arkow, Ph.D.

Chair

The Child and Animal Abuse Prevention Project

The Latham Foundation

Coordinator

The National Link Coalition

Link Consultant

ASPCA

Animals and Society Institute

37 Hillside Road

Stratford, NJ 08084

arkowpets@snip.net

www.latham.org

Animal-Assisted Therapy and Activities

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: human violence and animal abuse; animal assisted therapy

 

Arnold Arluke, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology

Northeastern University

519 Holmes Hall

360 Huntington Ave.

Boston, MA 02115

617-373-3855

a.arluke@neu.edu

SOCL-3407-Syllabus

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship; social construction of animals; cruelty; animals in science; symbolic interactionism; hoarding, human violence and animal abuse; children and animals

 

Frank Ascione, Ph.D.

Chair Executive Director

Institute for Human-Animal Connection

Social Work

University of Denver

Craig Hall, Room 463

2148 South High Street

Denver, CO 80208

303-871-2493

Frank.Ascione@du.edu

http://www.du.edu/socialwork/faculty/facultypages/ascione1.html

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human violence and animal abuse; humane education; children’s attitudes toward animals

 

Steve Baker, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor of Art History

University of Central Lancashire Department of Education and Social Science Preston Lancashire PR1 2HE

Great Britain

44 (0)1772 893044

sbaker1@uclan.ac.uk

www.steve-baker.com/

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: representations of animals

 

Jonathan Balcombe, PhD

Department Chair for Animal Studies

Humane Society University

2100 L Street, NW

Washington, DC 20037

O: 301-258-1482

C: 240-753-2436

www.humanesocietyuniversity.org

Subject: Research, Testing and Education; Animal Behavior; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in education; animal experimentation; humane education; sentience;

 

 

Judith Barad, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy

Indiana State University

Root Hall A 138C

200 North Seventh Street

Terre Haute, Indiana, USA 47809-9989

(812) 237-3102

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

jbarad@isugw.indstate.edu

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy

 

Neil Barnard, M.D.

President

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

5100 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 400

Washington, D.C. 20016

(202) 686-2210

pcrm@pcrm.org

www.pcrm.org

Subject: Agriculture; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: vegetarianism and veganism; veterinarians; animal testing and alternatives; animal experimentation; medicine; pharmaceutics; science; meat and human health

 

Mark V. Barrow, Jr., Ph.D.

Professor and Chair

History Department

Virginia Tech

431C Major Williams Hall

Blacksburg, VA 24061

(540) 231-4099

barrow@vt.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: birds; alligators; birdwatching; history of wildlife conservation

 

Gene Baur, MPS

Co-Founder and President

Farm Sanctuary

3150 Aikens Road

Watkins Glen, NY 14891

(607) 583-2225

gene@farmsanctuary.org

www.farmsanctuary.org

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: vegetarianism and veganism; stockyards; downed animals; veal production; foie gras; confinement agriculture; sustainable agriculture

 

Alan Beck, Sc.D.

Director

Center for the Human Animal Bond

Dorothy N. McAllister Professor of Animal Ecology

College of Veterinary Medicine

Purdue University

111 Veterinary Pathology Building

625 Harrison St.,

West Lafayette, IN 47907

(765) 494-9830

abeck@purdue.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship; human interactions with companion animals

 

Diane Beers, Ph.D.

History Professor

Holyoke Community College

Donahue 263

303 Homestead Avenue

Holyoke, MA 01040

(413) 552-2338

dbeers@hcc.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: history of the animal protection movement; animal rights/welfare movement

 

Andrea Beetz, Ph.D.

Secretary

International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations

Lecturer/ Research Affiliate

Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation

University of Rostock

Germany

Institute for Special Education and Rehabilitation Development Promotion

August-Bebel-Str. 28

18055 Rostock

andreabeetz@web.de

andrea.m.beetz@gmail.com

http://www.sopaed.uni-rostock.de/personal/habilitanden/dr-andrea-beetz/

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: bestiality and zoophilia

 

Piers Beirne, Ph.D.

Professor of Criminology

University of Southern Maine

414 Luther Bonney Hall

P.O. Box 9300

Portland, ME 04104-9300

(207) 780-4752

beirne@maine.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: bestiality and zoophilia; criminology; human violence and animal abuse; speciesism

 

Marc Bekoff, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Biology

University of Colorado, Boulder

Animal Consultants International

Ramaley N122, Campus Box 334

Boulder, CO 80309-0334

(303) 492-8961

marc.bekoff@colorado.edu

marc.bekoff@gmail.com

http://literati.net/Bekoff

Subject: Animal Behavior; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: cognitive ethology; behavioral ecology; ethology and animal rights; emotions; cognition and perception; play; dogs

 

Mark Berman

Associate Director

International Marine Mammal Project

Earth Island Institute

c/o Earth Island Institute 2150 Allston Way, Suite 460 Berkeley, CA 94704 510-859-9146

berman@earthisland.org

www.earthisland.org

Subject: Wildlife

Area of expertise: marine mammals; whales; fish and fishing; conservation

 

 

Steve Best, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Philosophy

University of Texas

El Paso, TX 79968

(915) 747-5097

best@utep.edu

http://drstevebest.wordpress.com/Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: ethics and animal rights; philosophy of animal rights and animal welfare; direct action

 

Lynda Birke, Ph.D.

Professor

University of Canterbury

lb.thepublisher@care4free.net

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animals in science; feminism and ecofeminism; social construction of animals; animal experimentation; animals as human models; horses; human-animal relationship;

 

 

Sally Blanchard

Editor, Companion Parrot Quarterly

Laughing Parrot Gallery PO Box 812

Loveland, CO 80539-0812

(970) 278-0233

staff@companionparrot.com

sallycpq@alamedanet.net

https://companionparrotonline.com/

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: birds

 

Kitty Block, JD

Vice President

Humane Society International

2100 L St., NW Washington, DC 20037

(202) 452-1000 (or 1100)

Kblock.hsus.org

www.hsus.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: captive wildlife; CITES and other treaties; whales; dolphins; marine mammals

 

Mollie Bloomsmith, Ph.D.

Associate Director

Center for Conservation and Behavior

Head of Enrichment and Associate Research Professor

Yerkes National Primate Research Center

Adjunct Professor

Georgia Tech School of Psychology

(404) 727-8809

mabloom@emory.edu

Subject: Agriculture; Research, Testing and Education; Wildlife; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: environmental enrichment; primates; sheep; captive wildlife; zoos; chimpanzees; apes

 

Sally Till Boysen, Ph.D.

Psychology Professor

Director

The Comparative Cognition Project (not sure if she’s still doing this)

Ohio State University

Consulting Editor

Journal of Comparative Psychology

209 Psychology

1835 Neil Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210

(614) 292-7795

boysen.1@osu.edu

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: chimpanzees; gorillas; cognition and perception; social structure; cognitive ethology

 

Janis Bradley

Dog Trainer

624 57th St.

Oakland, CA 94609

 

(510) 595-6804 Janis@DogTrainingInternshipAcademy.com

http://dogtraininginternshipacademy.com/

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: aggressive dogs; training

 

Gay Bradshaw, Ph.D., Ph.D.

Executive Director

The Kerulos Center

P.O. Box 1446

Jacksonville, Oregon   97530

(541) 899-1070

bradshaw@kerulos.org

http://gabradshaw.com/

www.kerulos.org

Subject: Animal Behavior; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: elephants; captive wildlife; trauma and recovery; conservation psychology

 

Dorothee Brantz, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dept. of History

State University of New York

University at Buffalo

554 Park Hall

Buffalo, NY 14260-4130

(716) 645-2181 x554

ibrantz@buffalo.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: animals in society; slaughterhouses and slaughtering; history of human-animal relations;

 

Chilla Bulbeck, Ph.D. Emeritus Professor

School of Social Sciences

University of Adelaide

Rm 04a, Level 5,

North Terrace Campus

The University of Adelaide SA 5005

Australia

chilla.bulbeck@adelaide.edu.au

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: eco-tourism

 

Gordon Burghardt, Ph.D.

Distinguished Service Professor

Department of Psychology

Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

University of Tennessee

Austin Peay 303DKnoxville, TN 37996

(865) 974-6843http://web.utk.edu/~gburghar

gburghar@utk.edu

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: play; comparative psychology; cognition and perception; reptiles; cognitive ethology; environmental enrichment; behavioral development and evolution;

 

Jonathan Burt

Author

Co-Founder

Animal Studies Group, U.K.

Ferry House, Bottisham Lock, Waterbeach

Cambridge CB5 9LN

United Kingdon

Jrb99s@yahoo.co.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: rats; representations of animals; social construction of animals; history of human-animal relations; animal agriculture; animals in war

 

Larry Carbone, DVM, Ph.D.

Associate Director

Box 0564

513 Parnassus S-386

University of California, San Francisco

San Francisco, CA. 94143-0564

(415) 476-9409

larry.carbone@ucsf.edu

Subject: Research, Testing and Education; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animal rights/welfare movement; animals in science; animal experimentation; Animal Welfare Act; IACUCs; universities and research institutes

 

Laurie Winn Carlson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History

Western Oregon University

345 N. Monmouth Ave.

Monmouth OR 97361

Todd 346

(503) 838-8140

carlsonl@wou.edu

www.lauriecarlson.com

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: cattle

 

Rebecca Cassidy, Ph.D.

Anthropology Department

Goldsmiths College

University of London

New Cross

London SE14 6NW

+44 (0)20 7919 7802 r.cassidy@gold.ac.uk

http://www.gold.ac.uk/anthropology/staff/r-cassidy/

Subject: Companion Animals; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: horseracing; horses; domestication of animals

 

Christopher Chapple, Ph.D.

Theological Studies

Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

University Hall #3763

1 LMU Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659

(310) 338-2846

E-mail: cchapple@lmu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in religion

 

Stephen R L Clark, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor

Department of Philosophy

University of Liverpool

7 Abercromby Square

Liverpool, L69 7WY

Great Britain

srlclark@liv.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in religion; attitudes towards animals; ethics and philosophy; philosophy of religion

 

Priscilla Cohn, Ph.D.

Associate Director

Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

Emeritus Professor

Department of Philosophy

Penn State University

240 Sparks Building

University Park, PA 16802(215)-881-7548

1518 Willowbrook Lane

Villanova, PA 19085 (610) 525-2957

pferraterm@aol.com

Subject: Wildlife; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: trapping; wildlife management; population control; immunocontraception; deer; game agencies; ethics and philosophy

 

Gary Comstock, Ph.D.

Editor-in-Chief

On the Human- a project of the National Humanities Center

Professor

Department of Philosophy and Religion

Withers Hall 458 North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695-8103

(919) 515-6173

gcomstock@ncsu.edu

http://faculty.chass.ncsu.edu/comstock/

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; animals in science; biotechnology; bioethics; transgenics

 

Kathleen Conlee

Senior Director of Program Management

Animal Research Issues

Humane Society of the United States

2100 L St., NW Washington, DC 20037

kconlee@hsus.org.

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal experimentation; Animal Welfare Act; animals in education; primates

 

Marion Copeland, Ph.D.

Independent Scholar

Professor

Humane Society University128 Amherst Road

Pelham, MA 01002

(413) 253-7633

mccopeland@comcast.net

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of expertise: cockroaches; apes

 

Raymond Coppinger, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

Biology

Hampshire College

893 West Street Amherst, MA 01002

lcoppinger@hampshire.edu

Subject: Animal Behavior; Companion Animals

Areas of expertise: dogs; working animals

 

 

Terri Crisp

Founder and President

Noah’s Wish

P.O. Box 4288

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

www.noahswish.org

(916) 939-9474

info@noahswish.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: Disaster relief and rescue

 

Eileen Crist, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Science and Technology

Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech)

231 Lane Hall

Blacksburg, VA 24061

(540) 231-5195

ecrist@vt.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: environmental ethics; social construction of animals; anthropomorphism; cognition and perception

 

Lynn Cuny

Founder and President

Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc.

P.O. Box 369

Kendalia, TX 78027

(830) 336-2725

lynn@wildlife-rescue.org

www.wildlife-rescue.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: wildlife sanctuaries; wildlife rehabilitation

 

Rodger D. Curren, Ph.D

Scientific Advisory Board

International Foundation for Ethical Research

President

Institute for In Vitro Science

30 West Watkins Mill Road, Suite 100

Gaithersburg, MD 20878

301.947.6523

rcurren@iivs.org

www.iivs.org

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; in vitro; toxicity testing; cloning

 

Hank Davis, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

Department of Psychology

University of Guelph50 Stone Road East

Guelph, Ontario

Canada N1G 2W1

(519) 824-4120

davis@psy.uoguelph.ca Subject: Human Animal Studies; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: rats; cognition and perception; human recognition by different species

 

Karen Davis, Ph.D.

President

United Poultry Concerns, Inc.

PO Box 150

Machipongo, VA 23405-0150

(757) 678-7875

karen@upc-online.org

www.upc-online.org

Subject: Agriculture; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: chickens; turkeys; factory farming; egg production; vegetarianism and veganism; feminism and ecofeminism

 

Susan G. Davis, PhD

Professor

Department of Communication

University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

1207 W. Oregon St. MC-456

(217) 244-4240

sgdavis@illinois.edu

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: eco-tourism

 

 

Jasmijn De Boo, M.Sc.

Chief Executive Officer

The Vegan Society

+44 121 523 1730

info@vegansociety.com

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; animals in education; dissection

 

Frans De Waal, Ph.D.

H. Candler Professor of Primate Behavior

Director of the Living Links Center

399 Psychology Building 36 Eagle Row

Emory University

201 Dowman Drive

Atlanta, Georgia, 30322

404-727-7898

dewaal@emory.edu

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: alliance formation, aggression; reciprocal exchange; altruism; culture; emotions; empathy; language and communication; primates; bonobos

 

David DeGrazia

Professor of Philosophy

George Washington University

Rome 453801 22nd St. NW, Phillips Hall T-525 Washington DC, 20052202-994-6913

ddd@gwu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy

 

Margo DeMello, Ph.D.

President

House Rabbit Society

148 Broadway

Richmond, CA 94804

(510) 970-7575

margo@rabbit.org

www.rabbit.org

Subject: Companion Animals; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: rabbits, human-animal relationships

 

Francine Dolins, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology Department of Behavioral Sciences College of Arts, Sciences & Letters University of Michigan-Dearborn 4901 Evergreen Road Dearborn, Michigan 48128

313-593-5377

fdolins@umich.edu

http://www-personal.umd.umich.edu/~fdolins/

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: spatial cognition; primates; environmental enrichment

 

Christine Dorchak

President, Treasurer, and General Counsel

GREY2K USA

P.O. Box 442117

Somerville, MA 02144

(617) 666-3526

christine@grey2kusa.org

www.grey2kusa.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Area of expertise: greyhound racing

 

Joan Dunayer, M.A.

Author

jdunayer@sbcglobal.net

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in language; feminism and ecofeminism; speciesism and racism

 

Debi (Debra) Durham, Ph.D.

Senior Research Scientist

Expert in Animal Trauma

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

5100 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., Ste. 400 Washington, DC 20016-4131

202-686-2210

pcrm@pcrm.org

Subject: Research, Testing and Education; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: primates; trauma

 

Peter Edwards, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

Roehampton University

History and Classical Civilization

Howard 208

Roehampton Lane

London, SW15 5PH

Great Britain

44 (0) 208392 3000 ext. 3239

P.Edwards@roehampton.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: horses; animals in society; animal agriculture;

 

Gail Eisnitz

Chief Investigator and Author

Humane Farming Association

P.O. Box 3577

San Rafael, CA 94912

(415) 485-1495

hfa@hfa.org

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: slaughterhouse and slaughtering; pig production

 

Jody Emel, Ph.D.

Professor

Dept. of Geography

Associate Director of the Graduate School of Geography

Jefferson Academic Center Room 207

Clark University

950 Main Street

Worcester, MA 01610

(508) 793-7317

jemel@clarku.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: feminism and ecofeminism; social construction of animals; environment; factory farming

 

 

Sybil Erden

Founder and President

The Oasis Sanctuary

The Oasis Sanctuary Foundation Ltd

5411 N Teran Rd, Benson, AZ 85602 (520) 212-4737

oasis@the-oasis.org

www.the-oasis.org/

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: birds; animal sanctuaries; exotic pets

 

Brooks Fahy

Executive Director

Predator Defense

P.O. Box 5446

Eugene, OR 97405

(541) 937-4261

info@predatordefense.org

www.predatordefense.org

Subject: Wildlife

Area of Expertise: trapping; wildlife management

 

Alix Fano, M.A.

Author

Green Schools Advocate

Media Consultant

The Green Schools Alliance

efano@greenschoolsalliance.org

http://www.greenschoolsalliance.org/

The Green Schools Alliance c/o Jeffrey A. Smith  Crowell & Moring LLP  590 Madison Avenue 20th Floor New York, NY 10022Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: xenotransplantation, humane education

 

Richard Farinato

Director, The Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch

The Humane Society of the United States/Fund for Animals

P.O. Box 367

Murchison, TX 75778

(903) 469-3811

RFarinato@hsus.org

www.blackbeautyranch.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: transportation of wild animals; wild animal trade; captive wildlife

 

David Favre, J.D.

Michigan State University College of Law

361 Law College Building

East Lansing, MI 48824-1300

(517) 432-6890

favre@law.msu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals and the law

 

Linda Marie Fedigan, Ph.D.

Professor

Canada Research Chair

Primatology and Bioanthropology

University of Calgary, Alberta

Department of Anthropology

Social Sciences #830

2500 University Drive N.W.

Alberta T2N 1N4

(430) 220-6629

fedigan@ucalgary.ca

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: primates; sexual strategies; behavioral ecology; social structure; conservation

 

Aubrey Fine, Ph.D.

Professor of Education and Integrative Studies

Graduate Pedagogical Studies Department

College of Education and Integrative Studies

Cal Poly Pomona

Office #246, Building 5

3801 West Temple Avenue

Pomona, CA  91768

(909) 869-2799

ahfine@csupomona.edu

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of expertise: animal assisted therapy

 

Mary Finelli

Researcher/Writer

Farmed Animal Watch

PO Box 70180

Seattle, WA 98127-0179

info@farmedanimal.net

www.farmedanimal.net

Subject: Agriculture

Area of expertise: animal agriculture; factory farming

 

Lawrence Finsen, Ph.D.

Dept. of Philosophy

University of Redlands

Hall of Letters #3021200 East Colton Avenue

P.O. Box 3080

Redlands, CA 92373-0999

(909) 748-8651 x8651

Lawry_finsen@redlands.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of expertise: animal rights/welfare movement; history of animal protection movement

 

Susan Finsen, Ph.D.

Dept. of Philosophy

California State University, San Bernardino

Building: UH  Room #: 401.27

5500 University Parkway

San Bernardino, CA 92407

(909) 537-5871

sfinsen@csusb.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of expertise: animal rights/welfare movement

 

Sue Fisher

Policy Director

Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society North America 7 Nelson Street Plymouth, MA 02360-4044

Tel: +1 503 235 7050 Cell: +1 503 484 8002

Sue.fisher@wdcs.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: aquaria; captive wildlife; CITES and other treaties; conservation; subsistence/native hunting; transportation of wild animals; wild animal trade; wildlife law; wildlife management; dolphins; Endangered Species Act; marine mammal hunting; marine mammal displays; marine mammals; migratory species

 

Cliff Flynn, Ph.D.

Professor and Department Chair of Sociology

University of South Carolina Upstate

Media 306

800 University Way

Spartansburg, SC 29303

(864) 503-5635

cflynn@uscupstate.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human violence and animal abuse

 

 

Camilla H. Fox

Author

Founder and Executive Director

Project Coyote

Project Coyote P.O. Box 5007 Larkspur, CA 94977 415-945-3232

http://www.projectcoyote.org/

info@projectcoyote.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: trapping; wildlife management; predator control; human-animal conflict

 

Michael W. Fox, PhD, DSc, DVM

Author

Senior Scholar of Bioethics

The Humane Society of the United States 2100 L St., NW Washington, D.C. 20037

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Agriculture; Animal Behavior; Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: animal agriculture; biotechnology; factory farming; vegetarianism and veganism; nonviolence; dogs; pet care; cloning; veal production

 

 

Michael Allen Fox, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor of Social Science

University of New England

School of Social Science,

University of New England

Armidale, NSW 2351,

Australia

Office: E11 133

61 2 6773 3199

mfox3@une.edu.au

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy, vegetarianism and veganism

 

Gary Francione, M.A., J.D.

Distinguished Professor of Law and Nicholas deB.

Katzenbach Scholar of Law and Philosophy

Rutgers University School of Law

123 Washington Street

Newark, NJ 07102

(973) 353-5321

gfrancione@kinoy.rutgers.edu

http://law.newark.rutgers.edu/our-faculty/faculty-profiles/gary-l-francione

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals and the law; philosophy of animal rights and animal welfare

Adrian Franklin, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology

University of TasmaniaSandy Bay Campus, Arts Building 480

Hobart TAS 7001

+61 362 267 241

Adrian.franklin@utas.edu.au

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in society

 

David Fraser, C.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Animal Welfare

University of British Columbia

Animal Welfare Program

183 MacMillan-2357 Main MallFaculty of Land and Food Systems University of British Columbia

Vancouver, B.C.

Canada V6T 1Z4

(604) 822-2040

david.fraser@ubc.ca

http://www.landfood.ubc.ca/animalwelfare/

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: farm animal behavior; farm animal welfare; animal welfare standards; international meat production

 

Erica Fudge,  Ph.D.

Professor

University of Strathclyde

Humanities and Social Sciences

7.28 Livingstone Tower 16 Richmond Street Glasgow G1 1XQ Scotland United Kingdom

+44 (0)141 548 3054 (Ext. 3054)

erica.fudge@strath.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship; animals in myths, folklore and literature; attitudes towards animals

 

Greta Gaard, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English

University of Wisconsin River Falls

410 South Third Street

River Falls, WI 54022-5001

Office: 256 Kleinpell Fine Arts

(715) 425-3850

greta.gaard@uwrf.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: feminism and ecofeminism

 

Mary F. Birute Galdikas, Ph.D.

Professor

Archaeology

Simon Fraser University

8888 University Dr.

Burnaby

British Columbia V5A 1S6

Canada

galdikas@sfu.ca www.orangutan.org

778.782.3225 Subject: Animal Behavior; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: ecology; conservation; primates; orangutans; apes

 

Robert Garner, Ph.D.

Professor

Politics Department

University of Leicester

University Road

Leicester LE1 7RH

Great Britain

44 (0)116 252 5346

rwg2@leicester.ac.uk

www.le.ac.uk/politics/staff/rwg2.html

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; environmental ethics

 

Theresa L. Goedeke, Ph.D.

Social Scientist

Biogeography Branch

NOAA National Centers for Coastal Science

1305 East West Highway, Rm 8110 Silver Spring, MD 20910

301.713.3028 x237

theresa.goedeke@noaa.gov

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: wildlife management; endangered species; social dimensions of wildlife policy and management

 

Alan Goldberg, Ph.D.

Founding Director and Chairman of the Board

Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing

Professor of Environmental Health Sciences

The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health 111 Marketplace, Suite 840 Baltimore, MD 21202-6709

(410) 223-1692

goldberg@jhsph.edu

agoldber@jhsph.edu

http://caat.jhsph.edu/

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; in vitro; toxicity testing; IACUC’s; cloning

 

Jane Goodall, Ph.D.

The Jane Goodall Institute

4245 North Fairfax Drive Suite 600 Arlington, VA22203

(703) 682-9220

www.janegoodall.org

Subject: Animal Behavior; Research, Testing and Education; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: apes; primates; chimpanzees; sanctuaries for lab animals; conservation

Temple Grandin, Ph.D.

Professor

Animal Sciences DepartmentColorado State University

1171 Campus Delivery Fort Collins, CO 80523-1171

(970) 491-0243

Subject: Animal Behavior

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: cattle; farm animal welfare; farm animal behavior; slaughterhouse and slaughtering

 

Ray Greek, M.D.

President and Co-FounderAmericans For Medical Advancement

Dr Ray Greek, president 2251 Refugio Road Goleta, CA 93117

805-685-6812

DrRayGreek@gmail.com

www.curedisease.com

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; animal experimentation; animals as human models; medicine; pharmaceutics; universities and research institutes

Michael Greger, M.D.

Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture

The Humane Society of the United States

700 Professional Drive

Gaithersburg, MD 20879

(301) 258 3110

mgreger@hsus.org

www.hsus.org

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: Mad cow; disease; vegetarianism and veganism; meat and human health; veal production; avian flu; cock fighting; food safety; public health implications; low carb diets

 

Katherine Grier, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History

University of South Carolina

235 Gambrell Hall

Columbia, SC 29208

(803) 777-9786

katherine.grier@sc.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: companion animals; human-animal relationship; history of human-animal relations

Stopped here on 8/5/12

 

Julian McAllister Groves, Ph.D.

Division of Social Science

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

+852 2358-7814

sojulian@ust.hk

juliangroves@hotmail.com

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animal protection tactics; history of the animal protection movement; animals in science

 

Kim K. Haddad, D.V.M.

Founder and President

Kimya

PO Box 6944

San Carlos, CA 94070

(650) 595-4692

kkhaddad@aol.com

info@kimyainstitute.org

www.cwapc.org

Subject: Wildlife

Area of Expertise: wildlife sanctuaries; wild cats; elephants; zoos

 

 

Eugene Hargrove, Ph.D.

Professor Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies

University of North Texas

1155 Union Circle

P.O. Box 310920

Denton, TX 76203-0920

(940) 565-2727 eugene.hargrove@unt.edu  Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: environmental ethics

 

Marinell Harriman

Founder

House Rabbit Society

148 Broadway

Richmond, CA 94804

(510) 970-7575

marinell@rabbit.org

www.rabbit.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Area of expertise:  rabbits

 

Lynette Hart, Ph.D.

Professor and Director

UC Center for Animal Alternatives

Dept. of Population Health and Reproduction

University of California, Davis

1024 C Haring Hall University of California Davis, CA 95616

lahart@ucdavis.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animals in society; human-animal relationship; dogs; animal testing and alternatives; animals in housing

 

Holly Hazard, J.D.

Senior Vice President, Programs and Innovations

Humane Society of the United States

2100 L Street NW

Washington, DC  20037

(202) 452-1100 Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Area of expertise: lobbying/legislation

 

Tippi Hedren

President, Roar Foundation

6867 Soledad Canyon Acton, CA 93510

(661) 268-0380

info@shambala.org

www.shambala.org

Subject: Wildlife; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: wild cats; wildlife sanctuaries; animal actors in television and film

 

Ann Herda-Rapp, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Department Chair

Department of Anthropology and Sociology

University of Wisconsin-Marathon County

518 S. 7th Avenue

Wausau, WI 54401

(715) 261-6269

ann.herda-rapp@uwc.edu

Subject: Wildlife; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human-animal conflict; pigeon, pheasant and dove shoots; feminism and ecofeminism; woman and hunting

 

Alex Hershaft, Ph.D.

Founder and President

FARM

10101 Ashburton Lane

Bethesda, MD 20817

(301) 530-1737

farm@farmusa.org

info@farmusa.org

www.farmusa.org

Subject: Agriculture; Animal Protection Movement

Area of expertise: vegetarianism and veganism; history of the animal rights movement; animal protection tactics

 

Hal Herzog, Ph.D.

Professor

Western Carolina University

Department of Psychology

91 Killian Building LaneCullowhee, NC 28723

(828) 227-3360

herzog@wcu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship; animal rights/welfare movement; cock fighting; attitudes towards animals

 

Tim Ingold, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair in Social Anthropology

Department of AnthropologyUniversity of Aberdeen

Address:

Department of Anthropology School of Social Science University of Aberdeen

Aberdeen, AB24 3QYScotland, UK

+44 (0)1224 274350 tim.ingold@abdn.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: domestication of animals; human-animal relationship; history of human-animal relations

 

Leslie Irvine, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

University of Colorado, Boulder

Dept of Sociology

223 Katcham Hall,

UCB 327

Boulder, CO 80309-0327

(303) 492-7039

IrvineL@colorado.edu Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Behavior; Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: companion animals; symbolic interactionism; animal selfhood; cognitive ethology; animal shelters; disaster relief and rescue

 

Dale Jamieson, Ph.D.

Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy

Director of Environmental Studies

Affiliated Professor of Law

New York University

285 Mercer Street, Room 907

New York, NY  10012

(212) 998-5429

dale.jamieson@nyu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: zoos; environmental ethics; cognitive ethology; cognition and perception

 

Pattrice Jones

Director

Brave Birds Sanctuary

www.bravebirds.org

http://sanctuary.bravebirds.org/

http://www.pattricejones.info/

612-659-6000 x4173

(651)793-1439

pattrice@pattricejones.info

Subject: Agriculture; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: meat and human hunger; cock fighting; roosters; feminism and eco-feminism; queer studies

 

Ron KaganExecutive Director and Chief Executive Officer

Detroit Zoological Society

8450 West Ten Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI 48067

248.541.5717 www.detroitzoo.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: elephants; zoos; captive wildlife

 

Roberta Kalechofsky, Ph.D.

Author, Publisher, President and Founder of Jews for Animals Rights

Micah Publications and Jews for Animal Rights

255 Humphrey Street

Marblehead, MA 01945

(718) 631-7601

micah@micahbooks.com

www.micahbooks.com

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: philosophy of animal rights and animal welfare; religion and animal rights; history of the animal protection movement

 

 

Stephen Kaufman, M.D.

Chair

The Christian Vegetarian Association

Co-chair

Medical Research Modernization Committee

P.O. Box 201791

Cleveland Heights, OH 44120

(216) 283-6702

CVA@christianveg.org

stkaufman@mindspring.com

www.mrmcmed.org

http://www.all-creatures.org/cva/default.htm

Subject: Research, Testing and Education; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: animal experimentation; medicine; science; vegetarianism and veganism

 

Stephen Kellert, Ph.D.

Tweedy/Ordway Professor Emeritus of Social Ecology and Senior Research Scholar

Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

YaleSchool of Forestry & Environmental Studies 195 Prospect Street New Haven, CT06511 USA

203 432-5114 Stephen.kellert@yale.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human violence and animal abuse; attitudes towards animals

 

 

Michael Klaper, M.D.

Cofounder and Director

Institute of Nutrition Education and Research

1601 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Ste 342

Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

(310) 374-3733

info@DoctorKlaper.com

Home – DoctorKlaper.com

www.vegsource.com

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: vegetarianism and veganism; meat and human health

 

Hugh LaFollette, Ph.D.

Cole Chair in Ethics

University of South Florida St. Petersburg

140 7th Ave. S., DAV 225

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

(727) 873-4830 hughlafollette@tampabay.rr.com

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing, and Education

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; animals in science; animals as human models; animal experimentation

 

Joanne Elizabeth Lauck Hobbes

Founder and Executive Director

Catalysts for Youth, Inc.

1724 Alberta Avenue

San Jose, CA 95125

(877) 491-7726

Joanne@catalystforyouth.org

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: insects; environmental education

 

Eugene Linden

el@eugenelinden.com

www.eugenelinden.com

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: intelligence; language and communication

 

Andrew Linzey, Ph.D., D.D.

Director of The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

Honorary Research Fellow at St Stephen’s House

Faculty of Theology

Oxford University

The Ferrater Mora Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics 91 Iffley Road Oxford OX4 1EG England United Kingdom

(+44) (0)1865 201565

director@oxfordanimalethics.com

Honorary Professor at the University of Winchester

Special Professor at Saint Xavier University in Chicago

Professor of Animal Ethics at the Graduate Theological Foundation in Indiana

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: philosophy of Animal rights and animal welfare; religion and animal rights

 

Cathy Liss

President

Animal Welfare Institute

900 Pennsylvania Ave., SE  Washington, DC 20003

(202) 337-2332

cathy@awionline.org

www.awionline.org

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal dealers, breeders, suppliers; environmental enrichment

 

Randall Lockwood, Ph.D.

Institute Fellow at The Institute for Human Animal Connection

Senior Vice President of Forensic Sciences and Anti-Cruelty Projects

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

424 E. 92nd St New York, NY 10128-6804

2214 Tulip Drive

Falls Church, VA 22046

(571) 225-3463  cell (347) 668-4302

randalll@aspca.org

www.aspca.org

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship; human violence and animal abuse

 

 

Howard Lyman

Founder and Executive Director

Voice for a Viable Future

P.O. Box 1240

Ellensburg, WA 98926

(703) 624-8722

hlyman@aol.com

www.madcowboy.com

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: animal agriculture; cattle; dairy cows; factory farming; milk production; use of drugs in food production; calves; ranching

 

William S. Lynn, Ph.D.

Research Scientist

George Perkins Marsh Institute

Clark University

Mailing Address;

George Perkins Marsh Institute – Clark University

950 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01610-1477

+1.508.751.4622

http://practicalethics.net/blog/contact/

http://practicalethics.net/blog/

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; conservation; wolves

 

Randy Malamud, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair

Modern Literature, Ecocriticism, and Cultural Studies

Georgia State University

Department of English

P.O. Box  3970

Atlanta, GA  30302-3970

404.413.5805 rmalamud@gsu.edu

http://www.english.gsu.edu/people/malamud.html

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: zoos; representations of animals; animals in myths, folklore and literature

 

Erik Marcus

www.erikmarcus.com

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of expertise: factory farming; vegetarianism and veganism

 

Michael Markarian

Chief Program and Policy Officer of the Humane Society of the United States

The Humane Society of the United States

2100 L Street NW

Washington, DC 20037

(202) 676-2304

mmarkarian@hsus.org

www.humanesociety.org

Subject: Wildlife

Area of expertise: bear hunting; trapping; game agencies; pigeon, pheasant and dove shoots; poaching; hunting advocacy

 

Hal Markowitz, Ph.D.

Scientific Advisor

Oceanic Society

Professor Emeritus

Animal Behavior

Laboratory Animal Resource Center

Box 0564 University of California, San Francisco San Francisco, CA. 94143 – 0564

(415) 338-2320

hal.markowitz@ucsf.edu

Subject: Wildlife; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: behavioral ecology; marine mammals; seals

 

Garry Marvin, Ph.D.

Professor

Life Sciences

University of Roehampton Holybourne Avenue London SW15 4JD

+44 (0)20 8392 3170

G.Marvin@roehampton.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Wildlife; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: zoos; bullfighting; cock fighting; anthropological perspectives of animals; fox hunting

 

Jim Mason

DirectorThe Two Mauds Foundation

P.O. Box

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: history of the animal protection movement; factory farming; calves

 

Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, PhD

http://www.jeffreymasson.com/

http://www.jeffreymasson.com/contact.html

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: animal selfhood; emotions

LIVES IN NEW ZEALAND

 

Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.

Founder

Dog’s Best Friend

Adjunct Associate Professor

Zoology

University of Wisconsin, Madison

P.O. Box 447

Black Earth, WI 53515

(608) 265-2725

(608) 767-2435

pbmcconn@wisc.edu

http://www.patriciamcconnell.com/

www.dogsbestfriendtraining.com

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: dogs

 

Susan McHugh, Ph.D.

Associate Professor Dept. of English

University of New England

Biddeford Campus 11 Hills Beach Road

Marcil Hall, Room 207

Biddeford, ME 04005

(207) 602-2615

smchugh@une.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Area of expertise: animals in society; dogs; representations of animals

 

Robert McKay, Ph.D.

Lecturer

Department of English Literature

Faculty of Arts Assistant Director of Learning and Teaching

University of Sheffield

1 Upper Hanover Street Sheffield S3 7RA

Great Britain

+44 (0)114-222-8492

R.Mckay@sheffield.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in myth, folklore and literature

 

Esther Mechler, M.Ed.

Founder and President

Marian’s Dream

Founder and Director

SPAY/USA

2261 Broadbridge Avenue

Stratford, CT 06614

alwaysspay@aol.com

www.spayusa.org

PO Box 150

Trumbull, CT 06611

203.293.7729

info@mariansdream.org

www.mariansdream.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of expertise: overpopulation of animals; spaying/neutering

 

Gail Melson, Ph.D.

Professor Emerita of Developmental Studies

Fowler Memorial House, Room 119

Purdue University

1200 W. State St. West Lafayette, IN 47907-2020

(765) 494-8573

melsong@purdue.edu Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of expertise: children and animals

 

Joy Mench, Ph.D.

Professor of Animal Sciences

Director

University of California, Davis Center for Animal Welfare

Dept. of Animal Science One Shields Ave.

University of California, Davis

Davis, CA 95616

(503) 752-7125

jamench@ucdavis.eduSubject: Agriculture; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: farm animal behavior; farm animal welfare; environmental enrichment; chickens; laboratory animal behavior

 

 

Ann Michels

Co-Chair

SSN Bird Working Group

Species Survival Network

2100 L Street, NW

Washington, DC  20037

(301) 548-7769

annmichels@ssn.orgwww.ssn.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: birds; CITES and other treaties; wild animal trade

 

Hani Miletski, MSW, Ph.D.

Psychotherapist

6917 Arlington Road, Ste. 202

Bethesda, MD 20814

(301) 951-6592

Hani@DrMiletski.com

www.drmiletski.com

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: bestiality and zoophilia

 

Suzanne Millman, Ph.D.

University of Guelph

Population Medicine

OVCS Rm 2534

50 Stone Road East

Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1 Canada

Associate Professor

Vet Diagnostic & Production Animal Med

Animal Welfare Program

Iowa State University

2440 Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center

College of Veterinary Medicine 1600 S. 16th St. Ames, IA  50011-1250

(515) 294-2817smillman@iastate.edu

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: animal agriculture; farm animal behavior; farm animal welfare

 

 

 

Robert W. Mitchell, Ph.D.

Professor

Eastern Kentucky University

Psychology Department

Office: Cammack 114

Mailing address: 127 Cammack Building

Richmond, KY 40475-3801

(895) 622-3122

Robert.Mitchell@eku.edu

http://people.eku.edu/mitchellr

Subject: Animal Behavior; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: anthropomorphism; cognition and perception; animal selfhood; play; deception and pretense; imitation; talking to animals; dogs; primates

 

Carroll Muffett

President and CEO

The Center for International Environmental Law

1350 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite #1100 Washington, DC 20036

cmuffett@ciel.org

Member of IUCN’s Commission on Environmental Law

Board of Directors

Species Survival Network

Board of Editors

International Journal of Wildlife Law and Policy

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: CITES and other treaties; conservation; Endangered Species Act; exotic animals as pets; fish and fishing; invasive species; wildlife law

 

Lyle Munro, Ph.D.

Adjunct Research Fellow

School of Applied Media & Social Sciences

University of Western Australia

Monash UniversityVictoria 3800 Australia

Australia

Office: IE 202, Gippsland Campus

+61 3 990 26758

Lyle.Munro@monash.eduSubject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of expertise: animal rights/welfare movement

 

Susan Netboy

Greyhound Protection League

P.O. Box 669

Penn Valley, CA 95946

(888)-842-4404

(800) 446-8637

www.greyhounds.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: greyhound racing

 

 

Ruth Newberry, Ph.D.

Associate Professor,

Washington State University

Department of Animal Sciences

Center for the Study of Animal Well-being

Office: ASLB 122

P.O. Box 646310

Pullman, WA  99164-6310

(509) 335-5059

E-mail: rnewberry@wsu.edu

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: farm animal welfare; farm animal behavior; environmental enrichment

 

Ingrid Newkirk

President

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

501 Front Street

Norfolk, VA 23510

757-622-7382

IngridN@peta.org

www.peta.org

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Area of expertise: history of the animal protection movement

 

David Nibert, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology

Wittenberg University

Office: Carnegie Hall, Room 210B

200 West Ward Street Springfield, OH 45501-0720

(937) 327- 7503

dnibert@wittenberg.edu

http://www5.wittenberg.edu/academics/soci/facultystaff/nibert.html Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in society; animal rights/welfare movement; animal rights and human rights

 

 

Nathan Nobis, Ph.D.

Professor

Department of Philosophy and Religion

Morehouse College

830 Westview Drive, SW

Atlanta, Georgia 30314

Nathan.nobis@gmail.com

nnobis@morehouse.edu

www.nathannobis.com

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; animal experimentation; animals in education; bioethics; dissection

 

 

James O’Heare

james@jamesoheare.com

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: dogs, care and training of companion animals

 

 

Wayne Pacelle

President and CEO

The Humane Society of the United States

2100 L Street, N.W.

Washington, DC 20037

(202) 452-1100

www.hsus.org

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Area of expertise: animal protection tactics and strategy; history of the animal protection movement; lobbying/legislation;

 

Nicole Paquette, Esq.

General Counsel/Director of Legal and Government Affairs

Animal Protection Institute

1122 S Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 447-3085, ext. 214

npaquette@api4animals.org

www.api4animals.org

Subject: Wildlife; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: Elephants; zoos; wildlife law; exotic animals as pets; lobbying/legislation; circuses, Animal Welfare Act; animal actors in television and film

 

Miyun Park

Executive Director

Global Animal Partnership

PO Box 21484

Washington DC 20009

202-540-9880

info@globalanimalpartnership.org

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: animal protection; tactics and strategy;

 

 

Francine Penny Patterson, Ph.D.

President and Research Director

The Gorilla Foundation

P.O. Box 620530

Woodside, CA  94062

(800) me-go-ape

contactus@koko.org

www.koko.org

Subject: Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: gorillas; language and communication

 

Emily Patterson-Kane, Ph.D

Animal Welfare Scientist- Animal Welfare Division

American Veterinary Medical Association

1931 North Meacham Road, Suite 100

Schaumburg, IL 60173-4360

800-248-2862

Subject: Animal Behavior; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: rodents; environmental enrichment

 

Susan Pearson, Ph.D.

Dept. of History

Northwestern University

Harris Hall #338

1881 Sheridan Rd.

Evanston, IL 60208

(847) 491-3744

sjp@northwestern.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Area of expertise: animal rights/welfare movement; cruelty

 

Irene Pepperberg, Ph.D.

Research Associate Professor

Dept. of Psychology

Brandeis University

Waltham, MA 02454

Imp16@brandeis.edu

(718) 736-2195

Subject: Animal cognition

Areas of Expertise: Parrots

 

 

John Pippin, M.D.

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

5100 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 400

Washington, D.C.  20016

(202) 686-2210

Washington, DC

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: alternatives in medical education

 

Evelyn Pluhar, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy

Penn State University, Fayette

0115 Williams Building

Uniontown, PA 15401

(724) 430-4258

exp5@psu.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: environmental ethics; ethics and philosophy; animal rights/animal welfare movement

 

Anthony Podberscek, Ph.D.

Post Doctoral Research Associate and Editor (Anthrozoos)

Cambridge University Veterinary School

Madingley Road

Cambridge CB3 0ES, Great Britain

+44 (0) 1223 330846

alp18@cam.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: companion animals; human-animal relationship; attitudes towards animals

 

Heidi Prescott

Senior Vice President, Campaigns and Outreach The Humane Society of the United States

2100 L Street, NW

Washington, DC  20037

(202) 452-1100

hprescott@hsus.org

www.hsus.org

Subject: Wildlife

Area of Expertise: pigeon, pheasant and dove shoots; hunt sabotage; poaching; canned hunts; youth and minority recruitment; contest kills;

 

Mike Radford

Reader

School of Law

University of Aberdeen

Taylor Building, Room C48

Aberdeen

AB24 3UB

Scotland

m.radford@abdn.ac.uk

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals and the law

 

Mary Lou Randour, Ph.D.

The Humane Society of the United States

The Humane Society of the United States

2100 L Street, NW

Washington, DC  20037

(202) 452-1100

mrandour@hsus.org

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: human violence and animal abuse; feminism and ecofeminism

 

 

Jeremy Rifkin

President

The Foundation on Economic Trends

1660 L Street, N.W., Ste. 216

Washington, DC 20036

(202) 466-2823

jrifkin@foet.org

www.foet.org

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: cattle; animal agriculture; biotechnology

 

Harriet Ritvo, Ph.D.

Arthur J. Conner Professor of History

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

77 Massachusetts Avenue Building E51-284 Cambridge, MA 02139 (617) 253-6960 ritvo@mit.edu

http://web.mit.edu/hnritvo/www/ritvo.htm

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in society; attitudes towards animals; social construction of animals; history of human-animal relations; environmental ethics

 

Adam M. Roberts

Senior Vice President

Born Free USA

P.O. Box 32160

Washington, DC 20007

(202) 337-3123

adam@bornfreeusa.org

www.bornfreeusa.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: elephants; conservation; CITES and other treaties; wild animal trade; Endangered Species Act; canned hunts; trophy hunting

 

John Robbins

Founder and Board Chair Emeritus, EarthSave International

Board, Chair YES!

Director, Global Peace Alliance. The John Robbins Institute for Health and Compassion

420 Bronco Road

Soquel, CA 95073

www.foodrevolution.org

John@yesworld.org

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: vegetarianism and veganism; animal agriculture; meat and human health; sustainable agriculture

 

Becky Robinson

President and Co-founder

Alley Cat Allies

7920 Norfolk Avenue, Suite 600

Bethesda, MD 20814-2525

(240) 482-1980

brobinson@alleycat.org

www.alleycat.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Area of expertise: cats; feral animals; spaying/neutering; overpopulation

 

Bernard Rollin, Ph.D.

Colorado State University

240 Willard O. Eddy Hall,

Fort Collins, CO 80523-1781

(970) 491-6885

Bernard.Rollin@ColoState.EDU

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education; Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; bioethics; biotechnology; science; animal agriculture; Animal Welfare Act

 

Naomi A. Rose, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist

Humane Society International

2100 L Street, N.W.

Washington, D.C.  20037

(301) 258-3048

nrose@hsus.org

www.hsus.org

Subject: Wildlife; Animal Behavior

Area of expertise: marine mammals; aquaria

 

Steven J. Rosen

Editor In Chief

Vaishnava Studies

http://www.deepakheritage.com/indic_series.htm#JVS

Folk Books

P.O. Box 400716,

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11240-0716.

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: religion and animal rights

 

Nigel Rothfels, Ph.D.

Director, Edison Initiative

Adjunct Associate Professor, History

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

P.O.Box 413

Milwaukee, WI 53201

rothfels@uwm.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: attitudes towards animals; animals in society; zoos

 

Andrew Rowan, Ph.D.

Chief International Office and Chief Scientific Officer, President and CEO

Humane Society International

2100 L Street, N.W.

Washington, DC 20037

(202) 452-1100

arowan@hsus.org

WWW.HUMANESOCIETY.ORG

Subject: Research, Testing and Education; Companion Animals; Human-Animal Studies; Agriculture; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; animal experimentation; aggressive dogs; attitudes towards animals, farm animal welfare; Animal rights/welfare movement; human-animal relationship; captive wildlife; population control; animal anxiety, suffering and distress, companion animal demographics

 

Martin Rowe, MA

Director of Publishing and Vice-President

Lantern Books

One Union Square West

Suite 201

New York, NY 10003-3303

(212) 414-2275 ext 13

martin@booklightinc.com

www.martin-rowe.com/index.php

www.lanternbooks.com/

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: animal rights and social justice

 

Eric Sakach

Senior Law Enforcement Specialist, Animal Rescue Team

The Humane Society of the United States

West Coast Regional Office

P.O. Box 417220

Sacramento, CA 95841-7220

(916) 344-1710

esakach@hsus.org

Subject: Agriculture; Companion Animals; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: cock fighting; dog fighting; law enforcement

 

Mo Salman, DVM, MPVM, Ph.D.

Professor of Veterinary Epidemiology

Colorado State University

1681 Campus Delivery, Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO 80523-1681

(970) 491-7950

m.d.salman@colostate.edu

www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/aphi

Subject: Companion Animals

Areas of Expertise: animal shelters; overpopulation; animal relinquishment; puppy mills

 

Clinton Sanders, Ph.D.

Emertius Professor

Department of Sociology

University of Connecticut

221 Manchester Hall

344 Mansfield Road, U-2068

Storrs, CT 06269

(860) 486-0391

clinton.sanders@uconn.edu

http://sociology.uconn.edu/faculty/sanders/index.htm

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: dogs; social construction of animals; human-animal relationship; companion animals; symbolic interactionism

 

Tanya Sanerib, JD

Senior Attorney

Center for Biological Diversity

Endangered Species Program

PO Box 11374

Portland Oregon

(917) 717-6407

tsanrib@biologicaldiversity.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: bear hunting; canned hunts; captive wildlife; circuses; CITES and other Treaties; elephants; Endangered Species Act; game agencies; transportation of wild animals; trophy hunting; wild animal trade; wildlife law; wolves; zoos

 

Boria Sax, Ph.D.

Mentor/Facilitator

Sloan-C Certificate in Online Teacher Program

The Sloan Consortium, Inc.

PO Box 1238 Newburyport, MA 01950

(781) 583-7561

Adjunct Full Professor of Philosophy at State University of Illinois at Springfield

vogelgreif@aol.com

www.boriasax.com/

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals in myths, folklore and literature; animals in religion; crows

 

Eric Schlosser

Correspondent, Atlantic Monthly

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Interest: Animal agriculture; factory farming; slaughterhouse and slaughtering; fast food industry

 

Sherry Schlueter

Executive Director, South Florida Wildlife Center

The Humane Society of the United States

3200 SW 4 Avenue

Fort Lauderdale, 33315

954-524-4302 ext. 16

Subject: Human Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: human violence and animal abuse; law enforcement

 

Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus, Mathematics

College of Staten Island

2800 Victory Boulevard

Staten Island, NY 10314

(718) 761-5876

President

Jewish Vegetarians of North America

www. JewishVeg.com/schwartz

Co-Founder and Coordinator

Society of Ethical and Religious Vegetarians

www.serv-online.org

Rschw12345@aol.com

Subject: Agriculture; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: philosophy of animal rights and animal welfare; religion and animal rights; vegetarianism and veganism

 

Sheila Schwartz, Ed.D.

Chairperson

United Federation of Teachers Humane Education Committee

52 Broadway, 12th floor

New York, NY 10004

(212) 410-3095

humaneed@aol.com

http://www.utf.org/member/today/committees/ humane/

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: humane education

 

Troy Seidle

Director or Research and Toxicology

2100 L Street, N.W.

Washington, DC 20037

(202) 452-1100

arowan@hsus.org

www.hsi.org

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; international regulation of animal research

 

James Serpell, Ph.D.

Director

Center for the Interaction of Animals and Society

Univeristy of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

3900 Delancey Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6010

(215) 898-5438

cias@lists.vet.upenn.edu

www2.vet.upenn.edu/research/centers/cias/index.html

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Behavior

Areas of Expertise: attitudes towards animals; companion animals; human-animal relationship; animals in society; children and animals; dogs; history of human-animal relations

 

Niall Shanks, Ph.D.

Professor of History and Philosophy of Science

Dept. of History

Wichita State University

1845 N. Fairmont

Wichita, KS 67260

Niall.shanks@wichita.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing, and Education

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; animals in science; animals as human models; animal experimentation

 

Kenneth Shapiro, Ph.D.

President

Animals and Society Institute

P.O. Box 1297

Washington Grove, MD 20880-1297

(301) 963-4751

ken.shapiro@animalsandsociety.org

www.animalsandsociety.org

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: human-animal relationship; human violence and animal abuse; animals as human models; animal experimentation; psychological research; rats

 

Helena Silverstein, JD

Professor of Government and Law

Lafayette College

Kirby Hall of Civil Rights

Easton, PA 18042

(610) 330-5389

silversh@lafayette.edu

http://ww2.lafayette.edu/~silversh/

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: animal rights/welfare movement; animals and the law

 

Peter Singer, Ph.D.

Professor

University Center for Human Values

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ 08544

(609) 258-2202

psinger@princeton.edu

University of Melbourne

Laureate Professor

Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics

School of Historicla and Philosophical Studies

The University of Melbourne, Victoria 3010

61-3-9035-5511www.petersingerlinks.com

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: philosophy of animal rights and animal welfare; animal protection tactics

 

Sheri Speede, DVM

Director, In Defense of  Animals-Africa; Founder, Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue Center, Cameroon

700 SW 126th Avenue

Beaverton, OR 97005

(503) 643-8302 (US)/ (237) 535-9191 (Cameroon)

info@ida-africa.org

www.ida-africa.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: apes; bushmeat; conservation

 

Marjorie Spiegel

Founder

Institute for the Development of Earth Awareness

PO Box 124 Prince Street Station

New York, NY 10012

http://home.earthlink.net/~idea.them.campaign/

Idea.them.campaign@earthlink.net

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: speciesism and racism

 

Kim Stallwood

European Director

Animals and Society Institute

kim.stallwood@animalsandsociety.org

www.animalsandsociety.org

www.grumpyvegan.com

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: history of animal protection movement; animal protection tactics; animal rights/welfare movement

 

 

Joanne Stepaniak, MSEd

P.O. Box 82663

Swissvale, PA 15218

Joanne@vegsource.com

www.vegsource.com/joanne/index.htm

Subject: Agriculture

Area of expertise: vegetarianism and veganism

 

Martin Stephens, Ph.D.

Senior Research AssociateDirector of Evidence –based Toxicology Collaboration

John Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing

615 N. Wolfe St.

Baltimore, MD 21205

mstephen@jhsph.edu

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: animal testing and alternatives; animal experimentation; in vitro; toxicity testing; Animal Welfare Act

 

Kim Sturla

Co-founder and Executive Director

Animal Place

Mailing Address

PO Box 1118

Grass Valley, CA 95945

17314 McCourtney Ave

Grass Valley, CA 95945

530-477-1757

kim@animalplace.org

www.animalplace.org

Subject: Agriculture; Research, Testing and Education

Area of expertise: humane education; vegetarianism and veganism; factory farming; farm animal welfare

 

Teresa Telecky, Ph.D.

Director of Wildlife

Humane Society International

2100 L Street, N.W.

Washington, DC  20037

(202) 452-1100

ttelecky@hsus.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: wild animal trade; CITES and other treaties; trophy hunting; transportation of wild animals

 

Carey M. Theil

Executive Director

GREY2K USA

P.O. Box 442117

Somerville, MA 02144

(617) 666-3526

info@grey2kusa.org

www.grey2kusa.org

Subject: Companion Animals

Area of expertise: greyhound racing

 

Joyce Tischler, JD

Founding Director

Animal Legal Defense Fund

127 Fourth Street

Petaluma, CA 94952-3005

(707) 769-7771

jtischler@aldf.org

www.aldf.org

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: animals and the law

 

Michael Tobias, Ph.D.

Los Angeles, CA

mctobias@aol.com

Subject: Animal Protection Movement; Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: religion and animal rights; philosophy of animal rights and welfare; global animal rights, ethics and philosophy; environmental ethics;

 

Yi-Fu Tuan, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus

Dept. of Geography

University of Wisconsin

550 N. Park Street

Madison, WI 53706

(608) 262-8112

ytuan@wisc.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: domestication of animals, companion animals

 

Susan Wagner

President

Equine Advocates

P.O. Box 354

Chatham, NY 12037-0354

(518) 392-0175

www.equineadvocates.com

Subject: Companion Animals; Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: horses; wild horses

 

Paul Waldau, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Canisius College

Anthrozoology Department

2001 Main Street

Buffalo, NY 14208

716-888-2765

waldaup@canisius.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies;

Areas of Expertise: animals and the law; animals and religion

 

Debra Wasserman

Vegetarian Resource Group

PO Box 1463

Baltimore, MD 21203

(410) 366-8343

Debra@vrg.org

www.vrg.org

Subject: Agriculture

Areas of Expertise: vegetarianism and veganism

 

Captain Paul Watson

Founder

Sea Shepherd Conservation International

22774 Pacific Coast Hwy

Malibu, CA. 90265

(310) 456-1141

seashepherd@seashepherd.org

www.seashepherd.org

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: hunt Sabotage; fish and fishing; subsistence/native hunting; marine mammal hunting; seal hunting

 

Stephen Webb, Ph.D.

Professor of Religion and Philosophy

Wabash College P.O. Box 352

Crawfordsville, IN 47933

765-361-6264

webbs@wabash.edu

www.wabash.edu

Subject: Animal Protection Movement

Areas of Expertise: religion and animal rights

 

Zoe Weil, MA, MTS

President

International Institute for Humane Education

P.O. Box 260

Surry, ME 04684

(207) 667-1025

info@iihed.org

www.iihed.org

Subject: Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: humane education

 

 

Steven M. Wise, JD

President

The Non Human Rights Project

5195 NW 112th Terrace Coral Springs, FL 33076

info@nonhumanrights.orghttp://www.nonhumanrightsproject.orgSubject: Human-Animal Studies

Areas of Expertise: ethics and philosophy; animals and the law

 

Chris Wold, JD

Associate Professor of Law

Director International Environmental Law Project

Lewis and Clark Law School

Portland, OR

wold@lclark.edu

Subject: Wildlife

Areas of Expertise: CITES and other treaties; wild animal trade; wildlife law; dolphins; Endangered Species Act; marine mammal hunting; marine mammals; migratory species; bushmeat

 

Cary Wolfe, PhD

Bruce & Elizabeth Dunlevie Professor of English

Rice University

P.O. Box 1892,

Houston, TX 77251-1892

cewolfe@rice.edu

Subject: Human-Animal Studies; Research, Testing and Education

Areas of Expertise: theorizing the animal; posthumanist theory; bioethics

 

David J. Wolfson, JD

Partner

Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy LLP

1 Chase Manhattan Plaza

New York, NY 10005-1413

(212) 530 5011

dwolfson@milbank.com

www.milbank.com

Subject: Human Animal Studies; Agriculture

Area of expertise:  animals and the law; animal agriculture

 

Stephen Zawistowski, Ph.D.

Science Advisor

ASPCA

424 East 92nd Street

New York, NY 10128-6804

(212) 876-7700

stephenz@aspca.org

www.aspca.org

Subject: Companion Animals; Animal Behavior; Wildlife; Research, Education and Testing

Areas of Expertise: animal shelters; pet care; companion animals; behavioral ecology; zoos; breeders, suppliers; puppy mills