Professor Randy Malamud

“Over the past several years, I have felt honoured to have been associated with CAPS. I think that the organisation is doing great work informing the public about the exploitation of animals, and inspiring people to work for reform on many fronts. Those who work with CAPS, and its excellent magazine Release, strike me as having a tremendously sincere and focused insight into the array of issues that comprise the Animal Rights movement. Every time I receive a mailing from CAPS I feel thankful that they are out there, tirelessly working on behalf of the community of animals (human and other).”

Randy is Professor of English at Georgia State University in Atlanta, USA. His fields of interest are modern literature and cultural studies. Much of his recent work has been in the academic field of ecocriticism (studies of literature and culture from a nature-centred perspective) and more specifically anthrozoology (studies of human-animal relations). He has written two books on these topics, Reading Zoos: Representations of Animals and Captivity and Poetic Animals and Animal Souls. Randy is the editor of the recently published A Cultural History of Animals in the Modern Age.

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