Appointment of New Fellows
12th June 2014
The Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of nine new Fellows of the Centre. Academics, both from the sciences as well as the humanities, who are researching or intending to research in the field are eligible for consideration. Under the rules, appointment is offered only once to successful individuals within their lifetime, and appointment is by invitation or nomination only. Only a small proportion of those nominated are eventually selected. The process of selection is rigorous, painstaking, and frequently lengthy, and individuals appointed have to have made (or be capable of making) an outstanding contribution to the field.
The new Fellows are:
- Justin Begley (University of Oxford), Associate Fellow
- Carol Craven (Salve Regina University, Rhode Island), Associate Fellow
- Sally Davis (King’s College, London), Associate Fellow
- Daniel Hooley (University of Toronto), Associate Fellow
- Robert Lazo (Kenyon College, Ohio), Associate Fellow
- Professor Steven McMullen (Hope College, Michigan), Fellow
- Maureen O’Sullivan (National University of Ireland, Galway), Fellow
- Kelsi Nagy (University of Oxford), Associate Fellow
- Sarah Withrow King (Palmer Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania), Associate Fellow
“All these individuals are pioneering new work in Animal Ethics – helping to press he envelope in terms of new thinking”, said Director of the Centre, Professor Andrew Linzey. The Centre extends its warmest congratulations to the successful individuals. Their biographies can be viewed here.