Today is my last day in my office in my adopted home town of Hastings, East Sussex. On Monday, I fly to the USA to spend the rest of this year as an independent consultant with Alley Cat Allies, who are based in Bethesda, MD.… Read More
In my book, Growl, I relate my two-year journey in the 1970s from being a meat-eating student working in a chicken slaughterhouse to a vegan working at Compassion In World Farming. The only vegetarian I knew was Amanda Young. … Read More
My colleague, Philip Wilson, very kindly donates to my animal rights archive a copy of William Swainson’s On the Habits and Instincts of Animals published in London in 1840.… Read More
In 2016, Ula Zarosa from Open Cages in Poland interviewed me about animal rights activism in theory and practice. This interview was after I spoke at the Open Cages conference in Warsaw in July. The interview focuses on several issues and in particular the development of the animal rights movement in Central and Eastern Europe.… Read More
In March 2016 the University of Kassel in Germany hosted a conference called Animal Biographies: Recovering Animal Selfhood through Interdisciplinary Narration? The conference was organised by Prof. Dr. Mieke Roscher and Dr. André Krebber. It was a great conference with many interesting papers. I was honoured to give my presentation, “Topsy, An Elephant We Must Never Forget.”… Read More
Who Knows Best?
Keith Veness reviews Growl by Kim Stallwood, published by Lantern Books, ISBN No. 078-1-59056-396-0, £16.99… Read More