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Tereza Vandrovcova

Tereza Vandrovcová

Social Psychology

Tereza Vandrovcová (Czech Republic) is an academic at the University of New York in Prague (UNYP) where she teaches Social Psychology, Intro to Sociology and Animals in Human Society: Psychological Perspectives. She also teaches Introduction to Animal Studies at the Charles University (Prague) and Masaryk University (Brno). Her research interests include critical animal studies, psychology of meat consumption and sociology of science. In 2011 she published a book called “Animal as an Experimental Object: a Sociological Reflection” (in Czech) and she co-organized the second European Critical Animal Studies Conference in Prague. In 2015 she co-found EACAS and the Czech Vegan Society (later renamed to ProVeg Česko). In 2017 she finished her PhD in Sociology from the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic) with a thesis called “Animals as Laboratory Objects: Analysis of the Power Discourse.” (in Czech). She also runs a popular Czech website dedicated to veganism (Soucitne.cz). Email: Tereza@Vandrovcova.cz.

Tony Milligan

Tony Milligan

Philosophy

Tony Milligan is a Teaching Fellow in Ethics and the Philosophy of Religion with the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College London. He is the author of numerous articles on animals, love and politics, as well as the author of The Next Democracy(2016), Animal Ethics: The Basics (2015), Nobody Owns the Moon (2015), Civil Disobedience(2013), Love (2011); and Beyond Animal Rights (2010); and the co-editor of The Ethics of Space Exploration (2016) and Love and its Objects (2014). He specialises in the ethical relations between the human and the non-human and is currently working on The Ethics of Political Dissent (due out in 2020).

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