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Getting To know 'The Anthrozoology Podcast' #3

Anthrozoology Podcast 24 October 2020 1 2


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In this podcast, we linked up with Defender Radio at TheFurBearers.com who interviewed us for their show. It was a great please to work with Michael Howie at Defender Radio and here’s what he had to say

“Anthrozoology is a fascinating field of study – simply put, it examines the interactions between humans and other animals. This is a broad concept, which is why so many fields overlap with it: anthropology, biology, philosophy, psychology and more.

To me, the concept of combining these fields is daunting and intimidating; but thanks to many dedicated and passionate anthrozoologists, I’ve found the journals and discussions more approachable than many other, more specific disciplines. Among the dedicated and passionate are three University of Exeter students who love the field of study so much and see such potential for it that they started a podcast!

The Anthrozoology Podcast is hosted by University of Exeter PhD students Sarah Oxley Heaney and Kris Hill, along with PhD candidate Michelle Szydlowski. The trio of anthrozoologists have arrived at Exeter’s program from different places (both literally and figuratively, as we scheduled this group call across three different time zones) and with different specific interests. But it takes only the briefest moment of conversation to understand what drew them together – shared passion, dedication and excitement for doing more for humanity, non-human animals and the planet.

Their new podcast, The Anthrozoology Podcast, can be found on YouTube, Spotify and other places podcasts can be heard; to get to know this new show and the people behind it, Michelle, Kris and Sarah joined Defender Radio.

This episode is sponsored by AnimalStone.com. Use promocode DEFENDERRADIO for 10% off at AnimalStone.com.”

Follow the Furbearers blog for more Defender radio podcasts : https://thefurbearers.com/blog

Our website – https://anthrozoopod.wixsite.com/anthrozoopod

Hosted by three postgraduate researchers, The Anthrozoology Podcast is a place for early career researchers to discuss current topics in the field.

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