Animal Writes
From 23 May 2004 Issue

Animal Ethics Classes
From: Kim Stallwood - [email protected]

Enrollment is now open for the fall 2004 classes in the Animal Ethics program. The classes are produced by the Community College of Baltimore County (MD) and the Institute for Animals and Society (IAS).

The first class, "Animal Studies 101: Animals and Society," is a 3-credit introductory class in animal ethics and related issues. ANST 101 will be taught at CCBC's Dundalk campus on Monday evenings for 15 weeks starting on August 30.

The second 3-credit class, "Animal Studies 193: Racism, Sexism, Speciesism:
Living in a More Than Human World," is a study of each of these prejudices and the commonalities among them. ANST 193 will be taught at CCBC's Dundalk campus on Thursday evenings for 15 weeks starting on September 2.

Space is limited, and students are already enrolling!

The ANST 101 and ANST 193 instructors are CCBC's Brenda Stevens Fick and IAS Executive Director Kim W. Stallwood.

The CCBC Dundalk campus is located in southeastern Baltimore County and is
approximately one hour north of Washington, D.C. It is easily accessible from I-695 (exit 39, Merritt Boulevard), I-695 (Exit 44 Broening Highway at the Francis Scott Key Bridge), and I-95 (Exit 58, Dundalk Avenue via the Fort McHenry Tunnel).

The approximate fee for each class is $261 for a Baltimore County resident, $450 for a Maryland resident outside Baltimore County, and $615 for an out-of-state resident.

CCBC and IAS plan to offer on-line classes in the Animal Ethics program for the spring 2005 semester.

For more information, please contact Brenda Stevens Fick at (410) 285-9877 or [email protected] and Kim W. Stallwood at (410) 675-4566 or [email protected]

Join the IAS Email Updates List at  <> to be notified of further developments in the Animal Ethics program.

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