– Henry Buller –
Professor of (more-than) Human GeographyCollege of Life and Environmental Sciences University of Exeter
Henry Buller is Professor of (more than) Human Geography at the University of Exeter. He has written extensively on social science approaches to animal welfare, animal geography and human-animal studies. He is currently PI on the ESRC AMR Theme 4 research project ‘Diagnostic Innovation in Livestock’ and was PI on a recently completed a project for DEFRA on farmer and veterinarian attitudes towards antimicrobial use. He is an appointed member of the UK Farm Animal Welfare Council and is chair of the DEFRA/FAWC ‘Welfare at Killing Committee’. His latest co-authored book ‘Food and Animal Welfare’ is published by Bloomsbury Press in Spring of 2018.
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