This site has been developed as part of a larger research project studying animal protection work and policy in Canada and internationally. The project is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and led by Dr. Kendra Coulter.
The site is intended to evolve over time, and animal protection involves a broader set of strategies, programs, and policies. Any suggested additions or corrections should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time it focuses on settler-colonial laws and legal systems.
Dr. Kendra Coulter
Dr. Kendra Coulter holds the Chancellor’s Chair for Research Excellence and is chair of the department of labour studies at Brock University. She is a fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics and a member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
Dr. Amy Fitzgerald
Dr. Amy Fitzgerald is a Co-Investigator and Professor in the department of sociology, anthropology, and criminology at the University of Windsor. She contributes to the The Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (GLIER) and co-leads the Animal and Interpersonal Abuse Research Group.
Daphne Brouwer is a PhD student in cultural studies at Queen’s University.
Brittany Campbell is a PhD student in sociology at Carleton University.
Natasha Love is a law student at Dalhousie University.
Curtis Morrison has a BA in labour studies and political science from Brock University.
Bridget Nicholls is a PhD student in sociology at the University of Windsor.
Daniela Petersson has an Honours Specialization in psychology with a minor in ethics from Western University.
Site designed by Valerie Croft.