Elephant Liberation Seminars

Gay Bradshaw · November 12, 2016

The Elephant Liberation Program hosts biweekly seminars that discuss issues and questions concerning Elephant well-being and self-determination from the perspective of psychology and traumatology. While speakers hail from diverse fields, they are all involved directly or indirectly in supporting all Elephants— captive-held and free living refugees—on their difficult road to recovery and self-governance.

If you or someone you know would like to participate as a speaker, please contact us at info@kerulos.org.

 

About Instructor

Gay Bradshaw

Dr. Bradshaw holds doctorate degrees in ecology and psychology, and has published, taught, and lectured widely in these fields both in the U.S. and internationally. She is the author of Pulitzer Prize-nominated Elephants on the Edge: What Animals Teach Us about Humanity, published by Yale University Press, an in-depth psychological portrait of Elephants in captivity and in the wild. Dr. Bradshaw’s work focuses on trans-species psychology, the theory and methods for the study and care of Animal psychological well-being and multi-species cultures. Her research expertise includes the effects of violence on and trauma recovery Elephants, Grizzly Bears, Chimpanzees, and Parrots, and other species in captivity.

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Course Includes

  • 9 Lessons