Editors & Consultant Editors

Journal of Animal Ethics

The Editors are:

Andrew Linzey is Director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, a member of the Faculty of Theology in the University of Oxford, and Honorary Research Fellow of St Stephen’s House, Oxford. He is also Honorary Professor of the University of Winchester, Special Professor of Saint Xavier University Chicago, and the first Professor of Animal Ethics at the Graduate Theological Foundation, Indiana. He has written or edited 20 books, including Animal Theology (SCM Press/University of Illinois Press, 1994), Animal Gospel (John Knox/Westminster Press, 1999) and Why Animal Suffering Matters (Oxford University Press, 2009).

Priscilla N. Cohn is Associate Director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, and has taught Philosophy for more than 35 years. She was made full Professor in Philosophy at Pennsylvania State University in 1982, and became Professor Emerita at Abington College at Pennsylvania State University in 2001. She has pioneered courses in animal ethics and lectured on five continents, and has published seven books, including: Contraception in Wildlife, Book I., edited with E. D. Plotka and U. S. Seal, in 1996 and Ethics and Wildlife in 1999, both published by The Edwin Mellen Press.

Associate Editor

Clair Linzey, University of St Andrews

Consultant Editors
Aysha Akhtar, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Sandra K. Alexander, American University in Dubai
Jarrod Bailey, Cruelty Free International
Boris Bakota, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University in Osijek, Croatia
Ara Paul Barsam, Arizona State University
Alan W. Bates, University College, London
Mark H. Bernstein, Purdue University
Faith Bjalobok, Duquesne University
Simon Brooman, Liverpool John Moores University
Alex Bruce, Australian National University College of Law
Susan Bubbers, Center for Anglican Theology, Orlando
Darren Calley, University of Essex
Samantha Calvert, University of Birmingham
Deborah Cao, Griffith University
Margarita Carretero González, University of Granada
David N. Cassuto, Pace Law School
Jodey Castricano, University of British Columbia
Andrew Chignell, Cornell University
Grace Clement, Salisbury University
Lauren Corman, Brock University
Keri Cronin, Brock University
Daniel A. Dombrowski, Seattle University
Laura Donnellan, University of Limerick
Natalie Thomas, University of Waterloo
David Favre, Michigan State College of Law
Clifton P. Flynn, University of South Carolina Upstate
Robert Garner, University of Leicester
Michael Gilmour, Providence University College
Valéry Giroux, Centre for Research on Ethics, Quebec
Laura-Jane Gooding, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Matthew C. Halteman, Calvin College
Lawrence A. Hansen, University of California, San Diego
Alastair Harden, Bedales School
Sarah Harden, Winchester College
Martin Henig, University of Oxford
Kai Horsthemke, University of the Witwatersrand
Kumju Hwang, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea
Linda Johnson, University of Michigan-Flint
Lisa Johnson, University of Puget Sound
Deborah M. Jones, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Justus George Lawler, Continuum International Publishing Group
Chien-hui Li, National Cheng Kung University
Randall Lockwood, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Joseph J. Lynch, California Polytechnic State University
Randy Malamud, Georgia State University
Patrica McEachern, Drury University
Adrian Anthony McFarlane, International University of the Caribbean
Steven McMullen, Hope College
Les Mitchell, University of Fort Hare
Carlos M. Naconecy, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Yamini Narayanan, Deakin University, Melbourne
Maureen O’Sullivan, National University of Ireland, Galway
Kay Peggs, Kingston University, London
Susan M. Pigott, Hardin-Simmons University
Simon Pulleyn, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Kurt Remele, University of Graz
John Rossi, Drexel University School of Public Health
Mark Rowlands, University of Miami
Thomas Ryan, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Philip Sampson, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Carl Saucier-Bouffard, Dawson College, Montreal
Joan Schaffner, George Washington University Law School
Edward Sellner, St. Catherine University in St Paul
Steven Shakespeare, Liverpool Hope University
Per-Anders Svärd, Stockholm University
Katy Taylor, Cruelty Free International
Sabrina Tonutti, University of Udine
Akisha Townsend Eaton, Humane Society of the United States
Kenneth Valpey, Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies
Clifford Warwick, Emergent Disease Foundation UK
Thomas I. White, Loyola Marymount University
Cassandra Williams, American Baptist Home Mission Societies
Steven M. Wise, Nonhuman Rights Project

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