Animals are increasingly at the forefront of research questions – Not as shadows to human stories, or as beings we want to understand biologically, or for purely our benefit – but as beings who have histories, stories, and geographies of their own. Each season is set around themes with each episode unpacking a particular animal turn concept and its significance therein. Join PhD Candidate Claudia Hirtenfelder as she delves into some of the most important ideas emerging out of this recent turn in scholarship, thinking, and being.
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In this episode Dinesh Wadiwel discusses how violence is an important concept in political theory. He outlines how violence can be intersubjective, structural, or epistemic. He delves into how violence and coercion are tools used to try and achieve d... more
In this episode Steve Cooke discusses the significance of philosophy in helping to foster moral imagination. Such imagination allows for conceptual development, making moral progress and political change possible. With this backdrop, Steve unpacks ho... more
In this episode, Claudia talks to Angie Pepper about cosmopolitanism. Angie explains how despite cosmopolitans having an expansive view of justice, animals are rarely accounted for. They discuss the challenges of including animals in cosmopolitan tho... more
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Thank you *so much* for all your work in the animal studies space, I've learned so much from you and your guests :) highly recommended podcast for anyone interested in academically-grounded conversations oriented around zoopolitical, relational, ethnographical, phenomenological, and ethical issues concerning our relationships with the non-human world.
The podcast is a gateway to such incredible insights and thoughts. The questions and answers are profoundly intriguing, address some essentially important aspects and offer multiple opportunities to delve into some really serious thinking. The multi-disciplinary and critical approach is praiseworthy. I really enjoy the exchange of ideas, opinions, and thoughts through the discussions. It makes me happy that the world has taken - among others - this one step in the right direction too:) more
This is a fantastic podcast!!! more
My favourite podcast of all times, and I am not even a researcher! It is accessible and a great way to get insight into some of the key conversations within animal studies. Thank you for your amazing work and to all your brilliant guests for sharing their knowledge to a broader audience.
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