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Freeman, C. P. 2014. Framing Farming: Communication Strategies for Animal Rights. (Part of the Critical Animal Studies Book Series), New York: Rodopi Press.

Everything you learn and do at Conn prepares you for our interconnected world.

Kalof, Linda. 2003. The human self and the animal other: Exploring borderland identities. In Susan Clayton and Susan Opotow (eds.). Identity and the Natural Environment: The Psychological Significance of Nature, 161-178. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

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Prepare to be pulled in. Get ready to go places. Anticipate enlightenment. Meet Connections.

Strecker, Lisa and Ingvar Svanberg. 2014. Dogs in the Arctic. In Andrew Hund (ed.) Antarctica and the Arctic Circle: A Geographic Encyclopedia of the Earth's Polar Regions Vol. 1, 231-238. Santa Barbara. CA: CLIO-Greenwood.

Enjoying a few beers at while in DC. Great burger too!

Gillespie, Kathryn and Rosemary-Claire Collard (eds.). 2015. Critical Animal Geographies: Politics, Intersections and Hierarchies in a Multispecies World. London: Routledge.

Love seeing release party in Baltimore's Fells Point.

Gerbasi, Kathleen C., David C. Anderson, Alexandra M. Gerbasi and Debbie Coultis. 2002. Doctoral dissertations in human-animal studies: News and views. Society and Animals 10(4): 339-346.

Broom, Donald. 2014. Sentience and Animal Welfare. CABI.

Gaynor, Andrea. 1999. From Chook Run to Chicken Treat: Speculation on Changes in Human-Animal Relationships in Twentieth-Century. Perth, Western Australia. Limina 5, 26-39.

Carpenter, E. (ed.). 1980. Animals and Ethics. London: Watkins.

Galvin, Shelley L. and Herzog Jr., Harold A. 1992. Ethical ideology, animal rights activism and attitudes toward the treatment of animals. Ethics and Behavior 2(3): 141-149

,and they can be enormously helpful in learning new languages.

Galvin, Shelley L. and Herzog Jr., Harold A. 1998. Attitudes and dispositional optimism of animal rights demonstrators. Society and Animals 6(1): 1-11.

COGNOMEN (plural, cognomina): See discussion under .

Fudge, Erica. 2017. Thinking with Vinciane Despret, Review of Vinciane Despret’s What Would Animals Say If We Asked the Right Questions? Humanimalia 9(1).