Carol J. Adams, author of The Sexual Politics of Meat
Feminism, Religion, Animals: The Interweaving of Life and Theory
May 4, 4:00-5:15pm PST (on Zoom)

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Carol J. Adams, known for her many books in animal ethics of care and feminist-vegetarian critical theory, including the landmark The Sexual Politics of Meat, has rarely discussed her time in divinity school or her work training clergy to address domestic violence and how that work shaped her later critical theory, which will be addressed in this lecture.

Christopher Carter
University of San Diego, Food Studies Initiative
Assistant Professor & Department Diversity Officer, Theology and Religious Studies

Matthew Halteman
Calvin University, Animals and the Kingdom of God Lecture Series
Professor, Philosophy

Brianne Donaldson
UCI Religious Studies
Shri Parshvanath Presidential Chair of Jain Studies

Co-sponsored by:
UCI Program in Religious Studies
UCI Department of Philosophy
University of San Diego Food Studies Initiative
Calvin University Animals and Kingdom of God Lecture Series

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