Betsy and Tom Giduz animal rights collection, 1977-1990 [manuscript]


Betsy and Tom Giduz animal rights collection, 1977-1990 [manuscript]

Primarily contains research materials pertaining to animal rights organizations dating from 1981-1990. The majority of the collection consists of published sources.

4 linear ft. (8 archival storage boxes)

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Pets Are Wonderful Support (Organization) (corporateBody)

Bernard, Neal. (person)

Giduz, Betsy. (person)

North Carolina Network for Animals. (corporateBody)

Humane Society of the United States (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (corporateBody)

Huffines, William D. (person)

Newkirk, Ingrid (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...

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...

Giduz, Tom. (person)

Rich, Nancy, 1953- (person)