PhD Successes of Fellows
21st March 2014
The Centre is delighted to announce that three of its Associate Fellows have gained their doctorates. They are:
Alastair Harden, “Animal Skin Garments in Archaic Greek Art: Style and Iconography” (University of Reading, 2013).
Natalie Evans, “Agency and Autonomy: A New Direction for Animal Ethics” (University of Waterloo, 2013).
Ryan McLaughlin, “Theological Foundations for an Ethics of Cosmocentric Transfiguration” (Duquesne University, 2013).
“These are people who are helping to put animal ethics on the academic agenda through their ground breaking research”, commented Centre Director Professor Andrew Linzey.
“The Centre extends its warmest congratulations to them on their achievement, and we wish them every success in their academic careers”.