Betsy and Tom Giduz Papers 1977 - 1990


Betsy and Tom Giduz Papers 1977 - 1990

The Betsy and Tom Giduz Papers contain research materials pertaining to animal rights organizations dating from 1981-1990. The majority of the collection consists of published sources.

4.0 Linear feet, 8 archival storage boxes

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National Association for Biomedical Research (corporateBody)

Neal Barnard (person)

Huffines, William D. (person)

Animal Rights Protection Society of Orange County (corporateBody)

Culture and Animals Foundation (corporateBody)

Founded in 1985 by Tom Regan and Nancy Regan, the Culture and Animals Foundation (CAF) seeks to promote animal rights through art. It supports three interrelated projects, the Research Program, the Creativity Program, and the Performance Program. Scholars, artists, and musicians whose work supports animals can apply for funding through CAF. In addition, each year, CAF hosts Triangle Animal Awareness, a conference that includes lectures, performances, and exhibits, all relating to animals. ...

Huffines, William D. (person)

Mouras, Belton P., 1923- (person)

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (corporateBody)

Newkirk, Ingrid. (person)

Pets Are Wonderful Support (Organization) (corporateBody)

Giduz, Tom (person)

Betsy and Tom Giduz, residents of Orange County, North Carolina, amassed documents pertaining to animal rights. From the guide to the Betsy and Tom Giduz Papers, 1977 - 1990, (Special Collections Research Center) ...

Humane Society of the United States (corporateBody)

Nancy Rich (person)

Animal and Plant Health Inspection (corporateBody)

The Grapevine (corporateBody)

Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights (corporateBody)

Founded in 1981, the Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights (AVAR) is a professional organization dedicated to the acquisition of rights for all nonhuman animals. The AVAR works to keep veterinarians and the public informed about philosophical and scientific issues surrounding the use of animals in education, farming, fur production, trapping, entertainment and other areas. Educational reform, changes in the ways that animals are used in biomedical research, and the passage of legislatio...

Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (corporateBody)

Pets Are Wonderful Council (corporateBody)

Gul, Āg̲h̲ā, 1951- (person)

Regan, Tom. (person)

Professor and Department Head in the Philosophy Department at North Carolina State University. Regan is a prolific writer on animal liberation and animal rights philosophy. The publication of Regan's The Case for Animal Rights marked a major advance in the philosophical underpinnings of the animal rights movement. This book brought the discussion of animal rights to new levels of serious attention within scholarly circles. From the description of Tom Regan papers, 1951-2001 [manuscri...

Rich, Nancy (person)

American Mixbreed Society (corporateBody)

International Society for Animal Rights (corporateBody)

Progressive Animal Welfare Society (corporateBody)

PETA (corporateBody)

Anti-Vivisection Society (corporateBody)

North Carolina Network for Animals. (corporateBody)

Primarily Primates (corporateBody)

Bernard, Neal (person)

Animal Liberation Front (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (corporateBody)

Sea Shepherd (corporateBody)

PCRM (corporateBody)

Trans-Species Unlimited (corporateBody)

Medical Research Modernization Committee (corporateBody)

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Animal Holding Facility (corporateBody)

N.C. Network for Animals (corporateBody)

Fund for Animals (corporateBody)

Animal Protection Institute (corporateBody)

International Fund for Animal Welfare (corporateBody)

National Association of Nurses Against Vivisection (corporateBody)

Farm Sanctuary (corporateBody)

Voices for Animals (corporateBody)

Ingrid Newkirk (person)

People for the ethical treatment of animals (corporateBody)

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) was established in 1980 with offices in Norfolk, Virginia. The organization now extends throughout the world with affiliates in the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, India, Italy, Greece, and Australia. Since its establishment it has worked to effect major changes in the treatment of animals by bringing together members of the scientific, judicial, and legislative communities. From the description of People for the Ethical Tr...

SETA (corporateBody)

Animal Legal Defense Fund (corporateBody)

Humans Against Rabbit Exploitation (corporateBody)

Farm Animal Reform Movement, Inc. (corporateBody)

Animal Protection Society (corporateBody)