Thank you for your interest in the Student Journal of Vegan Sociology. The inaugural issue, Volume 1, launched on World Vegan Day, 1 November 2021. A recording of the live launch event will follow.
To download the full volume, click on the Journal cover (left) or the text below (will open a new window).
DOWNLOAD THE FULL JOURNAL (PDF 802KB, 91 pages) HERE
To access each article separately, click the relevant title(s) below (PDF files will open in a new window):
PROCLAMATION, Jennifer R Schauer
INTRODUCTION, Lynda M Korimboccus & Sarah May Lindsay
IN THE NAME OF COWS’ RIGHTS: SACRED COW “MOTHERS” AND ETHNONATIONALISM IN INDIA, Natalia Ciecierska-Holmes
QUEERING VEGANISM: PROSPECTS FOR A NEW UTOPIA, Ruth Griggs
SABOTAGING THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL MACHINE: MEAT-EATING, HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY, AND A (FEMINIST) VEGAN ETHIC, Daniel A Harrison
REPRESSING RIGHTEOUS RAGE: THE CAPITALIST CRIMINALISATION OF ANIMAL ADVOCACY, Lynda M Korimboccus
HUMANS AND NONHUMANS: COEXISTENCE CONTINUUM AND APPROACHES FOR WORKING TOWARD SHARED SENTIENCE, Cosette Patterson
VEGAN FACES IN ANTHROPARCHAL SPACES: STUDENT REFLECTIONS ON EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES OF VEGANISM IN NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES, Jake Sallaway-Costello, Maisie Corbett, Abigail Larkin, Andrew Mellard, Lily Murray, and Katherine Sellins
We have also issued a CALL FOR PAPERS for Volume 2. Click HERE for further details.
View a virtual event held on November 1st, 2021 celebrating the launch of this volume featuring several of the editorial team and student authors.