Part 3: Emerging Voices for Animal in Tourism Conference Mini-Series 2023 Transcript
A chat with Journalist and Researcher, Eveline Baptistella about her work trying to find common ground between humans and the animals we use in tourism.
Guest: Eveline Baptistella holds a Ph.D. in Contemporary Culture Studies - Communication and Culture from Mato Grosso's Federal University – Brazil. She is a researcher and journalism titular professor at Mato Grosso's State University. She dedicates her research to the field of critical animal studies, media studies, and environmental and scientific journalism. Baptistella also coordinates the research project "Animal Studies and Media," which includes the study of the relationships between human and nonhuman animals in contemporary society and the representation of nonhuman animals in the media.
Book Recommendation: The Emotional Lives of Animals: A Leading Scientist Explores Animal Joy, Sorrow, and Empathy by Marc Bekoff
Host: Marika completed her MA in Anthrozoology at the University of Exeter, UK in 2016 and upon moving back to the Seattle area of Washington state she joined the board of Homeward Pet Adoption Center. She also holds a University degree in Zoology (UW) and a CPDT-KA from the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
Now, host of The Deal with Animals, she enjoys chatting authors, nonprofits, professionals, academics and enthusiasts about the various disciplines of Anthrozoology.
Credits: The Deal With Animals is hosted by Marika. Music was composed by Kai Strandskov. Editing for this episode by Marika Bell
This Podcast is part of the IROAR Animals Podcasting Network