Claire is Professor of Culture, Communication and Screen Studies and Co-Director of the Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS).
Richard is Reader in Sociology and Co-Director of the Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS).
Professor of Media
Brett is a CfHAS member and has published extensively in the field of human-animal studies.
Claire is a Lecturer in Nutrition and Health.
English & Creative Arts
Zayneb is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing.
Victoria is a Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences.
Heather is a Senior Lecturer in Secondary Humanities Education.
Sarah is a Lecturer in Creating Writing.
Visiting PhD researcher
Olatz is visiting until December 2023 from the University of Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
Kerri is a PhD researcher and CfHAS member. Her project is externally funded by the charity VIVA.
Cameron is a PhD researcher, GTA and CfHAS member.
Abi is an advisor to the EU development section and a CfHAS PhD researcher.
Katherine is a PhD researcher in Health and a CfHAS member.
Bianca is a PhD Researcher, GTA and CfHAS member. Her project is entitled ‘The construction of the equine point of view: strategies and implications of film representation of equine characters’.
Jesse’s project is entitled ‘The Sabbats: Revolving Ecomedia Poetics’
Professor Jody Berland: (CfHAS Visiting Professor 2017-2020)
Dr Luke Blazejewski (Independent scholar)
Dr Tobias Linne (Lund University)
Dr Donelle Gadenne (Winchester University & CfHAS Graduate)
Dr Helena Pedersen (Stockholm University)
Dr Karynn Capilé (Visiting PhD student 2017)
Dr Naomi Griffin (Postdoctoral Researcher)
Dr Lara Herring (Postdoctoral Researcher)
Dr Eva Marie Lindahl (CfHAS Graduate)
Dr David Gould
Dr Hannah Parathian
Dr Paula Arcari
CfHAS Advisory Board
The CfHAS Advisory Board is a non-voting informal body. The main role of the Board is to:
- Advise on the direction of the Centre’s priorities to ensure that they harmonise with, support, work with and/or otherwise complement those of partner groups, networks, centres and other Human Animal Studies initiatives.
- Provide insights on key Human Animal Studies developments and events.
- Advise on priority issues and how best the Centre should engage with these.
- Propose and advise, where appropriate, on funding opportunities that the Centre should pursue.
CfHAS Advisory Board members:
Professor Steve Baker (Emeritus Professor of Art History, UCLAN)
Dr Rod Bennison (Chair, Minding Animals International)
Professor Erica Fudge (University of Strathclyde; Director, British Animal Studies Network)
Kim Stallwood (European Director, Animals and Society Institute; Executive Director, Minding Animals International)
Dr Tom Tyler (University of Leeds)