Welcome (back) to Animalia!

Welcome (back) to Animalia! We have worked hard over the past year to revamp our website, rebuild our editorial board, create a cohesive space for past publications, and give our newly published articles a fresh look.


From here on, our hope is to grow our online presence and foster a sense of community and accomplishment among students and early-career scholars and researchers in the field of anthrozoology. To that end, we are very pleased to announce the publication of Volume 5, whose articles will be released throughout the coming months. The journal now also has a Twitter account (@animaliajournal) where we will share news of publications and announcements.


If you are interested in submitting your work to Animalia, we invite you to visit our Submissions page for more information and submission guidelines.


We thank you for your continued support of Animalia and we look forward to showcasing new and emerging voices in the anthrozoological community.



Sincerely,




Aubrey Milatz and Erica Levesque, Editors

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