Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

From ANIMAL PEOPLE, December 2006:
Oxford University theologian Andrew Linzey on November 28,
2006 announced the formation of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics,
home page <www.oxfordanimalethics.com>, which Linzey described as
“the world’s first academy dedicated to enhancing the ethical status
of animals through academic publication, teaching, and research.”
Nobel Literature Laureate J.M. Coetzee of South Africa was named
first Honorary Fellow of the institution. Author Jeffrey Masson was
named an Honorary Research Associate. Priscilla Cohn, author of
Contraception in Wildlife, Book I (1996), was named associate
director of the organization.

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