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Episode 180: Dingo Bold with Rowena Lennox

Knowing Animals

Release Date: 11/29/2021

Episode 183: Milking Economies with Claudia Hirtenfelder show art Episode 183: Milking Economies with Claudia Hirtenfelder

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On this episode, we speak to Claudia Hirtenfelder, a PhD student in Geography at Queen’s University and host of The Animal Turn podcast. We discuss her “Milking economies: Multispecies entanglements in the infant formula industry”, which was co-authored with Carolyn Prouse.

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In this episode of Knowing Animals, Siobhan speaks to Professor Danielle Celermajer about her book 'Summertime: Reflections on a Vanishing Future’ which was published by Penguin Random House in 2021.

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In this special episode of Knowing Animals, Siobhan O'Sullivan is joined by Assistant Professor Jenny R. Vermilya from the University of Colorado Denver. They Discuss her book ‘Identity, Gender, and Tracking: the reality of boundaries for veterinary students’ which will be published by Purdue University Press in 2022.

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Episode 180: Dingo Bold with Rowena Lennox show art Episode 180: Dingo Bold with Rowena Lennox

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In this episode of Knowing Animals Siobhan is joined by Dr. Rowena Lennox. We discuss Rowena's amazing book 'Dingo Bold: the life and death of k’gari Dingoes’ which was published by Sydney University Press in 2021.

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Episode 179: Natural Science and Lethal Animal Encounters with Rick de Vos show art Episode 179: Natural Science and Lethal Animal Encounters with Rick de Vos

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In this very special episode of Knowing Animals, Siobhan is back behind the wheel, and speaking to Dr. Rick De Vos about his work ‘A Triumphal Entry, a Stifled Cry, a Hushed Retreat’ which appeared in a collection published by Routledge in May 2021 entitled 'Life Writing in the Anthropocene', edited by Jessica White and Gillian Whitlock.

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Episode 178: In Memoria Bede Carmody  show art Episode 178: In Memoria Bede Carmody

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In this very special episode of Knowing Animals we remember, and celebrate, the life of Bede Carmody who has very sadly passed. Vale Bede. You will be greatly missed. 

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Episode 177: Our treatment of animals is the worst thing in the world, with Michael Huemer show art Episode 177: Our treatment of animals is the worst thing in the world, with Michael Huemer

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On this week's episode of Knowing Animals, we are joined by Professor Michael Huemer, Professor of Philosophy at University of Colorado Boulder. We discuss his 2019 book Dialogues on Ethical Vegetarianism, published by Routledge.

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Episode 176: Vegan men and masculinities with Kadri Aavik show art Episode 176: Vegan men and masculinities with Kadri Aavik

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We talk to Dr Kadri Aavik. Kadri is an Associate Professor of Gender Studies at Talinn University, and a postdoc at the University of Helsinki. We discuss her paper “Vegan Men: Towards Greater Care for (Non)human Others, Earth, and Self”, in Men, Masculinities, and Earth, edited by Paul Pulé and Martin Hultman (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

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Episode 175: The rule of law for animals with John Adenitire show art Episode 175: The rule of law for animals with John Adenitire

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This week's episode of Knowing Animals features an interview with Dr John Adenitire, who is a lecturer in law at Queen Mary, University of London. We discuss John's paper "The Rule of Law for All Sentient Animals", which is forthcoming in the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence.

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Episode 174: The history of dog training with Justyna Włodarczyk show art Episode 174: The history of dog training with Justyna Włodarczyk

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On this episode of Knowing Animals, we speak to Dr Justyna Włodarczyk, who is an Assistant Professor in the Department of North American Cultures and Literatures at Warsaw University in Poland. We discuss her 2018 book Genealogy of Obedience: Reading North American Dog Training Literature, 1850s-2000s, which was published by Brill.

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In this episode of Knowing Animals Siobhan is joined by Dr. Rowena Lennox. We discuss Rowena's amazing book 'Dingo Bold: the life and death of k’gari Dingoes’ which was published by Sydney University Press in 2021. 

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