Explore publications produced by Animal Law & Policy Program faculty, staff, and fellows
Report authored by Harvard Animal Law & Policy fellows Helen Harwatt PhD & Matthew Hayek PhD
Animal Law & Policy Program analysis of the “Protect Interstate Commerce Act of 2018” H.R. 4879 authored by Fellow Ann Linder.
“Trading in Sacrifice,” in Studies in Global Animal Law, ed. Anne Peters (Berlin: Springer, 2020).
Halal Animals: Food, Faith, and the Future of Planetary Health (book manuscript, under contract with Oxford University Press).
“The Handbook of Global Animal Law” (ed. with Anne Peters and Saskia Stucki) (book manuscript, under review by Oxford University Press for the Oxford Handbook series).
“The End of the Ritual Bubble” (article).
Necessity, Use, and Care of Laboratory Dogs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Consensus Study Report, National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (2020).
“Dear Effective Altruist Who Seeks the Advancement of Animal Law” (chapter in forthcoming collection Dear Effective Altruists, ed. Carol Adams, Lori Gruen, and Alice Crary).
Brooks Animal Law Digest, The Brooks Institute (2019–2020, weekly)
The Brooks Congress 2020 Report, The Brooks Institute (2020)
“Feeding a Growing Population Within Planetary Boundaries: A Three-Step Strategy Identifying the Fierce Necessity of ‘How?’ in the Fierce Urgency of Now,” in Environmental Nutrition: Connecting Health and Nutrition with Environmentally Sustainable Diets, ed. Joan Sabate (Amsterdam: American Press, 2019).
Eating Away at Climate Change with Negative Emissions: Repurposing UK Agricultural Land to Meet Climate Goals, Harvard Law School, Animal Law & Policy Program, April 11, 2019. Co-authored with Matthew Hayek.
“Animals, Nature and Us: How our Historic Relationship with Animals has Brought Us to the Sixth Mass Extinction, and What We Can Do to Avoid It” (book manuscript).
Animal Labour (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019).
Protecting Animals Within and Across Borders (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019).
“Trophy Hunting, the Race to the Bottom, and the Law of Jurisdiction,” in Studies in Global Animal Law, ed. Anne Peters (Berlin: Springer, 2020).
“Global Migration Crises, Non-Human Animals, and the Role of Law,” in Like an Animal: Critical Animal Studies Approaches to Borders, Displacement, and Othering, ed. Natalie Khazaal and Núria Almiron (Boston: Brill, 2021).
“Animal Impact Assessments: Contesting Denial, Changing the Future?,” in What Can Animal Law Learn from Environmental Law?, ed. Randall Abate (Washington, DC: ELI Press, 2020).
“The Four Quarters of Animal Oppression and Liberation: Speciesism, Sexism, Racism, and Ableism” (book manuscript).
“Drafting Principles of Transitional Justice for an Interspecies Society” (book manuscript).
“Turning to Animal Agency in the Anthropocene,” in Animals in Our Midst: The Challenges of Co-existing with Animals in the Anthropocene, ed. Bernice Bovenkerk and Josef Kulartz (Berlin: Springer).
“Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse,” in The Routledge Handbook of Domestic Violence and Abuse, ed. John Devaney, Caroline Bradbury-Jones, Stephanie Holt, Rebecca Macy, and Caroline Øverlien (Routledge, 2021), ch. 4–7 (with Betty Barrett, Rochelle Stevenson, and Patti Fritz).
“Ethical Considerations,” in Learning from Disease in Pets: A ‘One Health’ Model for Discovery, ed. Rebecca Krimins (Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis, 2020).
“Animal Rights,” in Encyclopedia for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, ed. Mortimer Sellers and Stephan Kirste (Amsterdam: Springer, 2020) (with Visa Kurki).
“(Certified) Humane Violence? Animal Production, the Ambivalence of Humanizing the Inhumane, and What International Humanitarian Law Has to Do with It,” in Studies in Global Animal Law, ed. Anne Peters (Berlin: Springer, 2020).
Eating Away at Climate Change with Negative Emissions: Repurposing UK Agricultural Land to Meet Climate Goals, Harvard Law School, Animal Law & Policy Program, April 11, 2019. Co-authored with Helen Harwatt.
“Solidarity Among Cities,” in Transnational Solidarity (Cambridge University Press, 2019). Co-authored with Professor Helle Krunke.