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New Film Review: Megan Leavey

We are pleased to announce the latest film review by Dr. Pete Porter, Professor and Chair of Theatre and Film at Eastern Washington University: Megan Leavey. Check out all the reviews here! Unlocking the Cage The Secret Life of Pets The Dog Lover: The Wrong Side of...

New HAS Books November 2018

Following are the books coming out this month that we are excited about! Gruen, L. and F. Probyn-Rapsey, eds. (2018). Animaladies: Gender, Animals, and Madness. Bloomsbury Publishing USA. Do depictions of crazy cat ladies obscure more sinister structural violence...

New HAS Articles November 2018

  Åhs, F., Rosén, J., Kastrati, G., Fredrikson, M., Agren, T., & Lundström, J. N. (2018). Biological preparedness and resistance to extinction of skin conductance responses conditioned to fear relevant animal pictures: A systematic review. Neuroscience &...

Human-Animal Awareness Week 2018

We’re thrilled to kick off the third annual HARA (Human-Animal Relationship Awareness) week and share ASI’s current efforts to improve human-animal relationships. Follow the links below to learn more about each day’s topic. Follow the links below to learn more about...

Two More New Human-Animal Studies College Programs

We can't believe how many Human-Animal Studies courses are showing up at colleges around the year! Just last week, we told you about four of them, and this week, we are announcing another two! University of Wollongong Animal Studies Minor In order to declare a minor...

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