Defining Human-Animal Studies: An ASI Video Project
Because Human-Animal Studies scholars come from such diverse fields, they often have a difficult time reading the work of scholars from other fields, as the language and key theories are often so different.
To that end, ASI has begun a project whereby we approached a number of scholars with expertise in HAS in general, as well as in their own discipline. We invited these scholars to define, in 3-minute long videos, terms that are used within their realm of human-animal studies, but that may be unfamiliar to those outside of their sub-disciplines.
So far, we have compiled videos on the following topics, which we will be releasing one by one. Please check back often to see what new videos we have released!
Naming the Field by Ken Shapiro, Founder, Animals & Society Institute, Editor, Society & Animals, Co-Editor, Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science
Anthrozoology by Anthony Podberscek, Professor, School of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, Editor in Chief, Anthrozoös
Speciesism by Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, and a Laureate Professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne
Intersectionality by Corey Wrenn, Professor of Sociology and Director of Gender Studies at Monmouth University
Anymal by Lisa Kemmerer, Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Montana State UniversityComing Soon!
Personhood by Maneesha Deckha, Professor of Law, University of VictoriaComing Soon!
Ethnoprimatology by Agustin Fuentes, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre DameComing Soon!
Social Constructionism by Constance Russell, Professor of Education at Lakehead UniversityComing Soon!
Animal Law by David Favre, Professor of Law at Michigan State UniversityComing Soon!