Taylor, Nik. A/Professor

Taylor, Nik. A/Professor

Associate Professor

Flinders University

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A/Prof Nik Taylor has been researching human-animal relations for over 15 years. She is an award winning author who has published 4 books and over 50 journal articles and book chapters on the human-pet bond; treatment of animals and animal welfare; links between human aggression and animal cruelty; slaughterhouses; meat-eating, and, animal shelter work. She has written for diverse audiences including, The Guardian, The Drum, The Conversation as well as numerous blogs and websites. More information can be found at: Animals in Society Working Group

Taylor, N. and Twine, R. (Eds.). (2014). The Rise of Critical Animal Studies: From the margins to the centre. London & New York: Routledge. Taylor, N. (2013). Humans, Animals, and Society: An Introduction to Human-Animal Studies. New York, USA: Lantern Books. Hamilton, L. and Taylor, N. (2013). Animals at Work: Identity, Politics and Culture in Work with Animals. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill. See also: http://www.flinders.edu.au/people/nik.taylor for full list of publications.
sociology of human-animal relations; links between animal and human abuse and violence (including domestic violence, child abuse and animal cruelty); meat-eating and animal slaughter; animal rights; critical animal studies; ecofeminism and animal liberation.
sociology of human-animal relations; links between animal and human abuse and violence (including domestic violence, child abuse and animal cruelty); meat-eating and animal slaughter; animal rights; critical animal studies; ecofeminism and animal liberation.
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