ASI is pleased to announce that Society & Animals: The Journal of Human-Animal Studies is celebrating its 25th year in 2017. To commemorate this occasion, Kenneth Shapiro, Editor-in-Chief, Robert Mitchell, Managing Editor for Quantitative Social Sciences, Susan McHugh, Managing Editor for Humanities, and Margo DeMello, Associate Editor (covering Qualitative Social Sciences) presented a panel on the history, impact, and future of the journal at the Living with Animals conference, held in March 2017 at Eastern Kentucky University. Following are the PowerPoint presentations from each panelist, to give readers a sense of where we have come from, and where we are headed.
- Human-Animal Studies: The View from Society and Animals by Kenneth Shapiro
- Society & Animals: 25 Years of Social Science Research by Margo DeMello
- Society & Animals: 25 Years of Quality Quantitative Research by Robert Mitchell
- Humanities Trends in Society & Animals by Susan McHugh