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What is Speakers Series?

ASI co-hosts a Speakers Series with the Michigan Humane Society and Madonna University. The Series is designed to bring scholars who work in the field of human-animal studies to Michigan to speak to an educated audience of animal lovers about their work, and to promote both animal advocacy and to further a compassionate public policy surrounding animals. All events take place at Madonna University’s Livonia campus.

 

Speakers Series 2014 Speakers List

Here are the people who will be coming to Michigan and participate in the Speakers Series 2014.

APRIL 30, 2014

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Diana Reiss

Diana Reiss, PhD, Department of psychology, Hunter College,  advisor for the documentary film “The Cove”, author of The Dolphin in the Mirror, speaking on dolphins, their behavior, and how we treat them.

MAY 14, 2014

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Jyothi Robertson

Jyothi Robertson, DVM, Graduate, UC Davis Shelter Medicine Residency program; owner of JVR Shelter Strategies, which consults with animal shelters on all aspects of shelter medicine, speaking on “The Tipping Point: Recognizing

SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

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Keri Cronin

Keri Cronin PhD, Chair & Associate Professor, Department of Visual Arts, Brock University, contributor to the website “Our Hen House,” speaking on “The Role of Art in Animal Advocacy”.

NOVEMBER 18, 2014

Maya Gupta

Maya Gupta, PhD, Executive Director, Animals and Society Institute, speaking on the link between animal abuse and domestic violence.

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