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1. ASI: HAS Courses in the Midwest
Resources Linda Kalof Animals , People and Nature. This graduate course examines one of the most fiercely debated topics in contemporary science and culture: the animal question - or, what is the fitting role of Animals in human culture and
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2. ASI: HAS Courses in the Midwest
Resources Linda Kalof Animals , People and Nature. This graduate course examines one of the most fiercely debated topics in contemporary science and culture: the animal question - or, what is the fitting role of Animals in human culture and
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3. ASI: HAS Courses in the Northeast
between humans and (other) animals. Are humans animals? (What are animals, first of all?) If humans are animals, how to conceptualize their differences? Either way, what are the consequences for how to understand oneself and treat animals? What
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4. ASI: Law Schools T-Z
issues relating to food animals, companion animals, laboratory animals, wild animals, and performing animals will be examined with reference to: (1) federal statues (Animal Welfare Act, Endangered Species Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act,
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5. ASI: HAS Courses in the Northeast
between humans and (other) animals. Are humans animals? (What are animals, first of all?) If humans are animals, how to conceptualize their differences? Either way, what are the consequences for how to understand oneself and treat animals? What
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6. ASI: HAS Courses in Sociology
the human treatment of animals and our treatment of marginalized human groups? • animals as reflexive thinkers. Do some nonhuman animals possess material culture, social morality, and emotions such as grief and sadness? • animals as
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7. ASI: Law Schools T-Z
issues relating to food animals, companion animals, laboratory animals, wild animals, and performing animals will be examined with reference to: (1) federal statues (Animal Welfare Act, Endangered Species Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act,
http://www.animalsandsociety.org/content/index.php?pid=230 - 37.7kb

8. ASI: HAS Courses in Sociology
the human treatment of animals and our treatment of marginalized human groups? • animals as reflexive thinkers. Do some nonhuman animals possess material culture, social morality, and emotions such as grief and sadness? • animals as
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9. ASI: HAS Certificate and Degree Programs
explore the complexities of animals’ lives, human-animal relationships, ethical and moral concerns about animals, representations of animals and humans, and the significance of animals in human evolution, history, culture, and civilization.
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10. ASI: HAS Courses in Philosophy
What is the moral status of animals? Is it wrong to kill animals for fun? Is it worse to kill animals than it is to kill plants? Is it wrong to torture animals? Is it wrong to wear animals? Is vegetarianism morally obligatory for people living
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