Bellamy, Desmond

Bellamy, Desmond

PhD Candidate

The University of Melbourne

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Research interests / activities:

Cannibalism; Animal studies; Cultural studies; Ethics

Casual PETA staffer.

Member of various organisations including UMAPS and Melbourne University Vegan Society

Working on PhD thesis: “If you’re gonna dine with the cannibals”: becoming meat, becoming-animal

Outputs:

Bellamy, Desmond (2020) A ‘horrid way of feeding’: Pervasive, aggressive, repulsive cannibalism. Exchanges: The interdisciplinary research journal. 7(3): 65-89. https://exchanges.warwick.ac.uk/index.php/exchanges/article/view/456/498

B.Media Hons thesis “Having an old friend for dinner: cannibalism goes to the movies”. Available at https://www.academia.edu/9480158/Having_an_old_friend_for_dinner_cannibalism_goes_to_the_movies

“Treatment of Unwanted Baby Animals in Australia” in Springer textbook International Farm Animal, Wildlife and Food Safety Law, 2017.

“The unnatural cannibal” published in Art+australia journal (or A+a) issue #3 (May 2018) on the theme of “Unnaturalness”.

Website/blog: Academia.edu
Reading group: Human Rights and Animal Ethics Research Network