Mapping Canada’s Moral Landscape: An Interview about Animals with Professor John Sorenson

This week we talk with Professor John Sorenson from the Department of Sociology at Brock University. Sorenson teaches courses in Critical Animal Studies, globalization, and anti-racism. He received his HBA and MA from the University of Alberta and his PhD from York University in Social and Political Thought. He is currently working on a SSHRC-funded … Continue reading

Thinking About Animals and The Alternative Vegan

We connect with John Sorenson, professor of Sociology at Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario. He’ll tell us about the upcoming conferenceĀ “Thinking About Animals: Domination, Captivity, Liberation” happening from March 15-16, 2007. We’ll find out about the state of animal studies today, the creation of the new Concentration and Minor in Critical Animal Studies at … Continue reading

Bad Medicine: Relying on Animal Experimentation with Dr. John J. Pippin

We hear from Dr. John J. Pippin, a cardiovascular medicine specialist who testified against animal research at the FDA committee hearings on Vioxx and other COX-2 drugs Feb 17. He will also discuss other dangerous medications released on the market because of positive animal studies, the human tragedy of animal experimentation and what the viable … Continue reading