Faculty & Staff

Dr. Beth Daly, associate professor, Anthrozoology
Dr. Beth Daly
Associate Professor, Anthroozology
Email: bethdaly@uwindsor.ca
Phone: (519) 253-3000, ext. 3831
Office: Room 2123 Chrysler Hall North
Education: Ph.D., University of Windsor, 2004
 
Courses Taught (past and current)
  • ANZO-1600: Animals and Humans in Society
  • ANZO-2600: Animals For Sport & Entertainment
  • 80-203: Educational Psychology
  • 80-315: Mathematical Methodology
  • 80-301: Language Arts Methodology
 
Research
 
I believe it’s important for people to regard the significance of human-animal relationships and to recognize and acknowledge their value within different contexts, including as companions, as sources of food and entertainment, as therapeutic partners, and even as pests.
 
I am particularly interested in exploring historical changes in these diverse relationships due to human influence and awareness. My research interests are varied. Most recently, I am embarking on a research project related to purebred dogs, and I am also working on a manuscript on the topic of unwanted sport horses.
Colleagues Nik Taylor (Flinders University, Australia), Tania Signal (Central Queensland University, Australia), and I have just published an article in Anthrozoos examining differences in reactions to animal abuse and child abuse, and we have just completed another manuscript reporting research related to attitudes toward animals and the relationship to eating meat.
 
 
Dr. Katherine Quinsey, professor, English and Creative Writing, and grandchildDr. Katherine Quinsey
Professor, English and Creative Writing
CHN Rm 2116
519 253 3000 ext. 2303
Katherine M. Quinsey is a Professor in the English Department at the University of Windsor. She has published widely on Pope, Dryden, Restoration drama and poetry, and Canadian poet Margaret Avison. Her most recent book is Animals and Humans: Sensibility and Representation 1650-1790 (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment).She is currently completing two books on Pope: one on Pope and the religious imagination, and one on Pope, environmentalism, and animal welfare.
 

Dr. Quinsey's Jack Russell