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Carol Freeman is a writer and Adjunct Researcher at the University of Tasmania, where she was awarded a University Medal in 2000.

Her past work focuses on representations of extinct and threatened species, ethics in human-animal relations and visualisations of animals in literature and film.

She is author of the book Paper Tiger (2010, 2014) and co-editor of Considering Animals: Contemporary Studies in Human-Animal Relations (2011).  She has published in journals such as Australian Zoologist, Society and Animals: Journal of Human-Animal Studies and reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia.

Carol’s essays are included in Leonardo’s Choice: Genetic Technologies and Animals (2009), Animal Death (2013) and Lives Beyond Us (2015). She compiled and edited the quarterly Australian Animal Studies News Bulletin from 2008 to 2014 and writes reviews for Historical Records of Australian Science.

She is currently a regular contributor to print and online magazine Forty South Tasmania, writing articles for a general audience that celebrate the environment and history of her island State.

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September 15, 2022|

This photo was taken the Kindred Spirits Conference in Bloomington, Indiana in 2006. It shows Annie Potts, myself, Carol Adams and Carol Gigliotti. Kindred Spirits was one of the very early Animal Studies conferences and a milestone in my involvement in this new and rewarding cross-disciplinary field.

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September 4, 2022|

This photo was taken on Christmas Day 2017 at Sandford near Hobart, Tasmania. Sixteen-year-old Sen has received a drone for Christmas . . . . see the pictures of the lagoon and surrounding countryside that he took that day.

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