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|Organization||Université Rennes 2|
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Emilie Dardenne is currently senior lecturer in English at the Université Rennes 2, France. She holds a doctorate in English as well as the agrégation d’anglais. She has published articles on animal ethics, utilitarianism, and the works of Frances Power Cobbe, Henry Stephens Salt and Peter Singer. She has coorganised several international conferences and directed three collective volumes (including Deux siècles d’utilitarisme, with Malik Bozzo-Rey, and Peter Singer et La libération animale : quarante ans plus tard, with Valéry Giroux and Enrique Utria). She is now interested in developing animal studies in her university, and more broadly, in France.
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