“The Oxford Group and the Emergence of Animal Rights: An Intellectual History” is the name of a research project led by Professor Robert Garner and Research Associate Yewande Okuleye from the University of Leicester. Recently, Robert and Yewande visited my office to record an interview with me and review materials in my animal rights collection for the project.The Oxford Group is the name given to an informal group of young academics who lived in Oxford in the 1970s who became vegetarians and explored animal ethics. The Oxford Group is generally recognized as initiating the philosophical foundation to the contemporary debate about our ethical relationship with other animals. The Oxford Group is an important but little-known historical development in animal ethics and the animal rights movement. This research project, and the subsequent publication of a book, are the first of their kind to explore the Oxford Group.… Read More
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Me and Martin Rowe from @lanternmedia on his first visit to Hastings Old Town. Lantern published my book Growl. We both serve on the board of the Culture and Animals Foundation. @cultureanimals #AnimalRights #Vegan
How many more animals need to burn to death before farmers agree to install fire-protection systems in their barns? Farmed animals deserve better. https://t.co/OtBKDJEw8B
Hey up. I want to support this. If you were a #ChernobylHBO @clmazin fan & were touched by the cats & dogs episode, donate to @CleanFutureFund to help the Dogs of Chernobyl. First 5 who do & let me know, I'll post you a free copy of #TheChernobylPrivileges anywhere in the world. https://t.co/lF44y8F1jr