New book by Josh Milburn: Just Fodder – The Ethics of Feeding Animals

Just Fodder: The Ethics of Feeding AnimalsBy Josh Milburn Former Postdoctoral Fellow in Animal Studies in the Queen’s University Department of Philosophy, Josh Milburn published a new book on a radical approach to animal rights that brings into question when – and what – we should feed animals. About the book: Animal lovers who feed
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APPLE Postdoctoral Fellowship in Animal Studies

APPLE is thrilled to announce the appointment of two new postdoctoral fellows. Pablo Perez Castelló (PhD Philosophy) joins us from Royal Holloway University of London, and his 2022-24 fellowship commences in July 2022. Pablo’s recent publications appear in Hypatia and the Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy. Birte Wrage joins us from the Ethics
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Reimagining Sanctuary

APPLE would like to announce an upcoming conference open to sanctuary practitioners and researchers. Reimagining Sanctuary: A free virtual conference for staff, volunteers, and board members at farmed animal sanctuaries February 28 – March 26, 2022 Convened by VINE Sanctuary and Indraloka Animal Sanctuary in cooperation with the Global Coalition of Farm Sanctuaries Program and
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Animal Studies Speaker Series: Anat Pick

Anat Pick will be giving a zoom talk entitled “Film Farm: Kelly Reichardt’s Gastro-aesthetics” on Friday February 18, 2022 from 1:00-2:30 pm (ET). This will be a 45 minute talk followed by Q&A/discussion. Dr. Pick is a Research Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, and Reader in Film at Queen Mary University of London.
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Congrats to Claudia Hirtenfelder!

We are thrilled to announce that APPLE fellow Claudia Hirtenfelder has been awarded the Australian Animal Studies Association inaugural prize for “Popular Communication of Animal Studies”, alongside Dr. Brodie Evans, who won the “Early Career Researcher Prize”. Both prizes have been made possible by a generous donation from Dr. Siobhan O’Sullivan (University of New South Wales), animal
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