Anthrozoös studies the relationships between people and animals across areas as varied as anthropology, medicine, psychology, veterinary medicine and zoology.
International Society for Anthrozoology
The Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law is an academic centre of competence dedicated to the study of fundamental rights for non-human animals and is based in Cambridge, UK. The Centre builds on the success of the Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy series which has become a renowned forum for exchange of research in animal rights law ever since its inception in 2015.
Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law
Characterized by academic rigor and community outreach, DePaul Law’s Center for Animal Law examines local, state, federal and international policies relating to the rights and welfare of animals. Combining theory with practice, the center serves as a resource for the legal protection of animals by promoting both the enforcement of existing laws and the enactment of new laws designed to ensure and improve animal welfare.
DePaul University College of Law
The mission of the master’s program “Ethology and Human-Animal Interaction”, which is currently the only one of this kind proposed in Romania, is to offer in an interactive, interdisciplinary and innovative manner, a solid and rich base of theoretical and procedural knowledge about what the professions of ethologist and animal behaviorists mean, according to current societal and global needs, but also from the perspective of the history and evolution of animal-human interactions in different contexts, by reference to the laws and procedures in force at national, European and global level.
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine in Cluj-Napoca
The EASE working group brings together academics and postgraduate research students from diverse disciplinary backgrounds across the University of Exeter (including anthropology, philosophy, sociology, geography, bioscience, psychology, animal behaviour and computer science) whose research and teaching interests explore and address human interactions with other living things.
University of Exeter
The Section on Human Animal Interaction: Research & Practice, of Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) of the American Psychological Association is dedicated to professional and scholarly activities that advance the understanding of human-animal interactions as they relate to psychology.
Human Animal Interaction
Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin (HAIB) is an open access, online, peer-reviewed publication devoted to the dissemination of research in the field of the interaction between non-human animals and their human counterparts.
We’ll provide you with an insight into the many and varied ways in which humans think about and interact with other animals in a range of cultural, historical and geographical contexts. Suitable as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for those with existing professional and personal commitments eg. vets and conservationists
University of Exeter
This two-day interdisciplinary workshop aims to get a better understanding of other animals’ perspectives on humans and the implications of these perspectives for developing better relations.
University of Amsterdam
The Animals & Society Institute
Nonprofit human-animal relationship think tank
The Animals & Society Institute (ASI) a nonprofit human-animal relationship think tank that is devoted to advancing human knowledge to improve animal lives. We are dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through research and analysis that leads to more humane and compassionate communities.
nonprofit human-animal relationship think tank
The International Center of Anthrozoology was established in Norway 2004 and is an inclusive and dynamic alliance. Our goal is to build a social and professional network, to promote AAI in the international community, and to enrich people’s knowledge and skills in AAI. The platform is initiated and carried out by professionals in Norway and Poland, however the content is a contribution from expert all over the world.
The event seeks to explore the more theoretical aspects of the field of animal law from multiple points of view. We welcome papers from all relevant academic disciplines. We invite both individual submissions and panel proposals.