Links and Resources

Here you can find links to some of the organizations, journals and book series in Human-Animal Studies.  For an excellent bibliography of work in the field, see the Animal Studies bibliography at MSU, here  or the preliminary HAS bibliography by the New Zealand Centre for Human Animal Studies, here.


Animal Charity Evaluators

Animals and Society Institute

Animal Studies Bibliography at Michigan State

Anthrozoology: Research in Human-Animal Interaction

Australasian Animal Studies Group

Australian Anthrozoology Foundation

British Sociological Association’s Animal/Human Studies Group (AHSG)

Equine History Collective

Finnish Society for Human-Animal Studies

Humane Research Council

Institute for Critical Animal Studies

International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations, IAHAIO

International Society for Anthrozoology, ISAZ

Minding Animals

The Ferrater Mora Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

Society for Companion Animal Studies

New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies


Blogs & Bibliographies

Animal Blawg (animal law)

Animal Liberation Currents

Animals and Us, Psychology Today (Hal Herzog’s blog)

Animal Studies Repository, Humane Society US

Critical Animal

On Human-Nonhuman Relations: A Sociological Exploration of Speciesism 

Resistenza Animale

The Revetarian (original posts and round ups from web on animal liberation/rights)

The Sistah vegan project

Species and Class: Exploring the Human-Animal relationship from Socialist and Anarchist Perspectives

Sydney Environment Institute – a general environmental blog but one with many animal related posts.  Can also navigate to Human-Animal Research Network from this page.

We Animals Humane Education Program (much more than a blog)

Vegan Feminist Network

World Animal Net – to “improve communication and coordination among the world’s animal protection groups”.

Zoomorphic – writing in Celebration and Defence of Wild Animals

Zooscope: The Animals in Film Archive



Animal Sentience: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Animal Feeling

Animal Studies Journal 


Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture


Between the Species: An Online Journal for the Study of Philosophy and Animals.

Frontiers in Veterinary Science: Veterinary Humanities and Social Sciences

Human Animal Interaction Bulletin


Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS)

Journal of Animal Ethics

Journal for Critical Animal Studies

Politics and Animals

Relations: Beyond Anthropocentrism

Society & Animals

Trace: Finnish Journal for Human-Animal Studies


Graduate/Student Journals

Animalia: An Anthrozoology Graduate Journal

Sloth: A Journal of Emerging Voices in Human-Animal Studies


Book Series

Animalibus series at Penn State University Press

Animals in Context at NYU Press

Animals, Culture & Society at Temple University Press

Animal Ethics Series from Palgrave Macmillan

Animals, History and Culture series from the Johns Hopkins University Press

Animal Lives series from University of Chicago Press

Animal Publics series from Sydney University Press

Animal Series from Reaktion

Animal Studies series from Columbia University Press

Animal Voices, Animal Worlds from Georgia University Press

Critical Animal Studies from Rodopi

Human Animal Studies from Brill Publishers

Lexington list ‘Critical Animal Studies’ in their Sociology series, here.

New Directions in the Human-Animal Bond, Purdue University Press.

Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature.

Palgrave Studies in Animals and Social Problems

Routledge Environmental Humanities series

Routledge Human-Animal Studies series

Routledge Perspectives on the Non-human in Literature and Culture series



Human Animal Science website lists current conferences




Defender radio

Freedom of Species

Knowing Animals

Our Hen House

Te Piringa Kararehe – The Animal Shelter

The Animal Law Podcast

The Bearded Vegans

The Vegan Vanguard

Vegan Warrior Princesses

Vocal Animal


Animal Mosaic and Sentience Mosaic – both useful resources with lots of information on animal welfare, intelligence, and sentience from a scientific perspective.

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