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Animal/Human Rights

  • Bohenec, H. (2013). The ultimate betrayal: Is there happy meat? Bloomington, IL: iUniverse.
  • Joy, M. (2010). Why we love dogs, eat pigs, and wear cows: An introduction to carnism. San Francisco, CA: Conari.
  • Nibert, D. (2002). Animal rights/ human rights: Engtanglements of oppression and liberation. Plymouth, UK: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Pachirat, T. (2011). Every twelve seconds: Industrialized slaughter and the politics of sight. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.


  • Oppenlander, R. (2012). Comfortably unaware: What we choose to eat is killing us and our planet. New York: Beaufort.
  • Oppenlander, R. (2013). Food choice and sustainability: Why buying local, eating less meat, and taking baby steps won’t work. Minneapolis, MN: Publish Green.


  • Francione, G. & Charlton, A. (2015). Animal rights: The abolitionist approach. Exempla.
  • Francione, G. & Charlton, A. (2013). Eat like you care: An examination of the morality of eating animals. Exempla.


  • Donaldson, S. & Kymlicka, W. (2011). Zoopolis: A political theory of animal rights.  Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Nibert, D. (2013). Animal oppression and human violence: Domesecration, capitalism, and global conflict. New York: Columbia.

Legal Applications

  • Francione, G. (1995). Animals, property, and the law. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Feminism & Other Social Movements

  • Adams, C. (1990). The sexual politics of meat: A feminist-vegetarian critical theory. New York: Continuum.
  • Dixon, C. (2014). Another politics: Talking cross today’s transformative movements. Oakland: University of California Press.

Animal Welfare

  • Steinfeld, H, Mooney, H., Schneider, F., Neville, L. [eds.] (2010). Livestock in a changing landscape, Volume I: Drivers, consequences, and responses. Washington: Island Press.
  • Gerber, P., Mooney, H., Dijkman, J., Tarawali, S., De Haan, C. [eds]. (2010). Livestock in a changing landscape, Volume II: Experiences and regional perspectives. Washington: Island Press.