Dr. Zoei Sutton on the ethical problems with keeping other animals as “pets”

Dr.  Zoei Sutton, sociologist at the University of Adelaide in Australia, was interviewed on the Always for Animal Rights radio show & podcast about the need for “Emancipatory Animal Sociology” and the ethical problems with keeping other animals as “pets.” Click here to listen to the interview.

Audit Dr. Leslie Irvine’s 3-course “Animals and Society” Specialization for Free

Dr. Leslie Irvine, Professor of Sociology at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is teaching “Animals and Society,” a 3-course specialization through the University of Colorado, Boulder, hosted through Coursera. You can audit the courses for free or enroll to earn a certificate. Click here for more information. The three courses are: Animals, Self, and SocietyContinue reading “Audit Dr. Leslie Irvine’s 3-course “Animals and Society” Specialization for Free”

Worldly Togetherness? The First International Association of Vegan Sociologists Conference Includes Diverse Voices

The 1st Annual Meeting of the International Association of Vegan Sociologists, titled Worldly Togetherness?, took place on August 7-8, 2020. Dr. Nik Taylor presented the keynote address, titled “An Animal Sociology of interconnecting Oppressions.” You can view Taylor’s talk here. Over half of the talks at Worldly Togetherness? were presented by women, including: Critical PosthumanContinue reading “Worldly Togetherness? The First International Association of Vegan Sociologists Conference Includes Diverse Voices”