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Priscilla Cohn

Priscilla N. Cohn is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Pennsylvania State University. She is the associate director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, and co-editor with Andrew Linzey of the centre's Journal of Animal Ethics. She is an animal rights advocate, and taught one of Spain's first animal rights courses at Complutense University of Madrid in 1990. She has a particular interest in wildlife and is a former board member of the Fund for Animals.[1]

Cohn is the author, co-author, or editor of several books, including Etica aplicada (Applied Ethics, 1981) with José Ferrater Mora, Contraception in Wildlife (1996), with Edward D. Plotka and Ulysses S. Seal, and Ethics and Wildlife (1999).

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  1. ^ "Associate Director", Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, accessed 28 May 2012.
    • "Transcript of Prof. Priscilla Cohn's Live ARZone Guest Chat", Animal Rights Zone, 17 December 2011.

Further reading

  • Gruson, Lindsey. "Despite protests, deer hunts are set", The New York Times, 29 September 1985.
  • "Journal of Animal Ethics"Editors & Consultant Editors, , University of Illinois Press.
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