New edited volume by 3 members of the Politics Department

The Political Turn in Animal Ethics

Three researchers from the Department have contributed to an important new edited volume, The Political Turn in Animal Ethics, which seeks to explain and explore the emerging new field of scholarship on how to include non-human animals within our political structures and processes. Alasdair Cochrane considers the case for awarding labour rights to animals. Lucy Parry explores the relationship between deliberative democracy and animals. And Dan Lyons charts and analyses the state of animal protection policy in the United Kingdom.

You can find the volume on this link.