This volume builds on the emerging dialogue between animal rights, environmental ethics, and religious studies. The author sheds new light on 'the sanctity of life', questions what it means to be human and challenges our assumed place in the universe.
About the Author
Lisa Kemmerer is an Assistant Professor at Montana State U., Billings, (BA, Reed; MTS, Harvard; Ph.D., University of Glasgow, Scotland). The focus of her work has most frequently been animals and ethics, but she is interested in issues of justice generally, and has produced two documentaries on Buddhism. Kemmerer is an artist, activist, and wilderness adventurer who has traveled the world extensively.