Danielle Raad

PAN Works is delighted to welcome Danielle Raad, PhD as a Fellow and Curator in Virtual Residence. As a think tank we are keen to engage the arts and humanities in exploring the wellbeing of others animals. Her experience in the interpretation of visual and material culture makes manifest that endeavour through an online exhibition … Continue reading Danielle Raad

Rewilding and Coexistence

Hear PAN Works fellow and board member Francisco Santiago-Ávila, PhD speak on rewilding and coexistence with implication for compassionate conservation, ethics and multispecies justice on the Rewilding Earth Podcast.

Webinar with Francisco Santiago-Ávila on the Science and Ethics of Coexistence

Date: 31 March 2022 Time: 1800 (6:00 pm) EDT Hosted by the Wolf Conservation Center, Francisco Santiago-Ávila, PhD describes how the removal of Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections and state policies liberalizing wolf-killing dismiss scientific and ethical evidence promoting wolves’ moral consideration. State policies in the wake of gray wolf delisting also reject more robust, … Continue reading Webinar with Francisco Santiago-Ávila on the Science and Ethics of Coexistence

Passionate Animals by Mara-Daria Cojocaru

PAN Works is delighted to announce that our Fellow and Writer in Virtual Residence, Mara-Daria Cojocaru has published a new work, Passionate Animals. Order yours at Rohman & Littlefield or wherever you source your books! Passionate Animals: Emotions, Animal Ethics, and Moral Pragmatics draws on the theoretical achievements made in ethics, political philosophy, and human-animal … Continue reading Passionate Animals by Mara-Daria Cojocaru

Science and Ethics Agree: Coexistence Must Replace Killing Wolves (Part 2)

By: Francisco J. Santiago-Ávila, PhD ( PAN Works, Project Coyote and The Rewilding Institute), Liv Baker, PhD ( PAN Works & Animal Behaviour and Conservation, Hunter College, CUNY), Kristin L. Stewart, JD, PhD ( PAN Works& Anthrozoology, Canisius College), and William S. Lynn, PhD ( PAN Works & Marsh Institute, Clark University) The need for an ethical dialogue To put it mildly, the ethical deliberations underlying current … Continue reading Science and Ethics Agree: Coexistence Must Replace Killing Wolves (Part 2)