Lopez, Andrew

Andrew Lopez

Ph.D. Candidate

Philosophy

Arts and Science

Research Interests

Critical Animal Studies, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Race, Philosophy of Biology

Biography
  • B.A., Philosophy, California State University Fullerton
  • M.A., Philosophy, Dalhousie University

Andrew’s research focuses on critical animal studies, and pays special attention to the ethical, political, and philosophical relevance of the rich cognitive, social, and cultural lives of nonhuman animals. He is also interested in the philosophy of race, particularly the intersection of race, ethnicity, and nationality in the Latin American and Latinx context.

Publications
  • "Nonhuman Animals and Epistemic Injustice," Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy (forthcoming).
  • (with Letitia Meynell), "Gendering Animals," Synthese (2021).

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