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Feminist Ethics and Animal Treatment

As part of the Center for Women’s Studies and Programs’ celebration of the ASPCA’s National Prevention-of-Animal-Cruelty Month, Dr. Flynn (sociology) will present current feminist ethical theory on the connection between the treatment of animals and the treatment of women in contemporary U.S. culture.


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