As university classes are preparing for the new academic year, we want to take the opportunity to share our Defining Human-Animal Studies Video Project with students, scholars, and faculty.
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 end that, ASI has begun a project whereby we approached a number of scholars with experience 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.
Enjoy Season 1 and Season 2 of ASI’s Defining Human-Animal Studies Video Project here.