Joseph Tuminello accepted as Associate Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics | Philosophy & Religion

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January 28, 2015

Joseph Tuminello accepted as Associate Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

Joseph Tuminello, a 3rd-year PhD candidate in UNT's Department of Philosophy & Religion, recently accepted an invitation to be an Associate Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, an interdisciplinary think-tank promoting public debate and scholarly inquiry regarding animal issues. Joseph attended the Centre's Summer School on Religion and Animal Protection in July 2014, where he presented his current work on Jainism and animal ethics. He also authored a book chapter on this topic for a forthcoming volume from the Centre on religion and animal protection .