Animal Writes
From 30 January 2005 Issue

Enroll Now For Online Class in Animal Studies!
From Kim Stallwood - [email protected]

Please enroll now if you wish to take my on line 3-credit class Animal Studies 101 which I will be teaching as an adjunct faculty member of the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) this spring semester. Animal Studies 101 explores the ways animals are viewed by various subcultures in American society. Students explore sociological, historical, economic, philosophical, and public policy issues regarding the treatment of animals. Factory farming, medical research, hunting and trapping, and entertainment industries will be examined. Although CCBC is based in Maryland, enrollment in this on line class is open to anyone who qualifies. Presently, registered students live in Maryland, California, and Germany!

For more information on ANST101, please visit 

For more general information, please visit

Kim W. Stallwood
Executive Director
Institute for Animals and Society
Email: [email protected] 
(410) 675-4566

Join me and Tom Regan and the Culture and Animals Foundation at the Twentieth International Compassionate Living in Raleigh, NC October 7-9!

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