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Sloth Is Out!

We are very pleased to announce that the current issue of Sloth, our online journal for undergraduate and early graduate students in Human-Animal Studies, is out! This issue features the following articles: “Editor’s Introduction” by Joel MacClellan...

Sloth Volume 5, No. 1, Winter-Spring 2019

“Editor’s Introduction” by Joel MacClellan “Animals as Social Subjects: Toward Inclusive Social Interaction” by Sariyah Mohammed “The ‘Other’ in the Context of Human Slavery & Genocide and Current Nonhuman Animal Industrial...

Degree Programs

Degree Programs Following are university programs from around the world that offer degrees, certificates, or specializations in subjects relating to human-animal studies. These programs do not include veterinary programs or law school programs. Veterinary programs can...

The Winter 2018 Issue of Sloth is Here!

Check out the current issue of Sloth, ASI’s human-animal studies journal for undergrads! Sloth is an online bi-annual journal that publishes international, multi-disciplinary writing by undergraduate students and recent (within three years) graduates that deals...

Editors’ Introduction

  Wildlife has long been entangled with human societies. It is impacted by agriculture, deforestation, road-building, pollution, war, hunting, taming, noise, technologies, fences, and borders. Views about how and when—or whether—the welfare of wildlife is...