Animal Agriculture From the Middle East to Asia Workshop
May 11-12, 2017, the Harvard South Asia Institute, the Harvard Law School Animal Law & Policy Program, and the Harvard Law School Islamic Legal Studies Program: Law and Social Change held a workshop on Animal Agriculture from the Middle East to Asia. The workshop bought together experts to exchange ideas as an initial step toward the goal of a broader collaborative research project.
Charlotte Blattner, (Law Faculty, University of Basel) –Tackling Concentrated Animal Agriculture in the Middle East through Standards of Investment, Export Credits, and Trade
Lewis Bollard, (Open Philanthropy Project)–Farm Animal Welfare in India: Challenges and Opportunities
Max Elder, (Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics) –Taking Stock of Fish Farming in Asia
Alisha Gao, (Goethe University) – Modernity in China’s Changing Models of Meat Production
Moe Honjo, (Hitotsubashi University School of Law) – Farm Animal in Japanese Legal System – Focusing on Welfare of Laying Hens
Nuggehalli Jayasimha, (Humane Society International, India) – Constitutional Protection for Animals: The Jallikattu Experience
Tarun Khanna, (Harvard University South Asia Institute and Harvard Business School) – Building Institutions to Foster Rural Cooperation in the Dairy Industry: The Case of India’s Amul
Laurent Lambert, (Social & Economic Survey Research Institute, Qatar) – Rise and Fall of the Silo? Paradigmatic Shifts in Gulf Arab States’ Animal Agriculture
Peter Li, (University of Houston-Downtown) – Animal Agriculture in China: Regime Stability and the Regulatory Challenge
Tatsuya Mitsuda, (Keio University) – Bovine Imperialism: Japanese Livestock, the Threat of Animal Diseases, and the Supply of “Safe” Meat and Cattle in East Asia, c. 1890–1940
Clive Phillips, (Centre for Animal Welfare and Ethics, School of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland) – The Changing Pattern of Animal Production and Consumption in Asia and the Middle East
Erum Sattar, (Harvard Law School) – Dairy Farming in Pakistan: Transforming Small Farms for Market Efficiency; and Then What?
Krithika Srinivasan, (University of Edinburgh) – Meat Cultures in Contemporary India
Kristen Stilt, (Harvard Law School Animal Law & Policy Program, and Islamic Legal Studies Program: Law and Social Change) – Trading in Sacrifice