Page ContentAnna KingKing A. A Hindu Perspective [commentary]. In: Degeling C, Irvine R and Kerridge I., Faith-based perspectives on the use of chimeric organisms for medical research. Transgenic Research 2014; 23(2): 265-279.King A. Krishna’s Prasadam: eating our way back to godhead. Material Religion: The Journal of Objects, Art and Belief 2012; 8(4): 440-465.King A. Krishna’s Cows: ISKCON’s Animal Theology and Practice. Journal of Animal Ethics 2012; 2(2): 179-204. Andrew KnightKnight, A. and Leitsberger, M. Vegetarian versus meat-based diets for companion animals. Animals 2016, 6, 57.Carvalho C., Crespo M.V., Bastos L.F., Knight A. & Vicente L.. Contribution of animal models to contemporary understanding of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ALTEX 2016, 33(3): 243-249. Knight A. A request for euthanasia: handling the client. In Practice 2016; 38: 358-359 doi:10.1136/inp.i3672.Knight A. Can hunts control their hounds? Vet Times 2016; 46(15): 5.Knight A. Horse manure: the new secret weapon in cetacean conservation research. Vet Practice 2016; 48(1): 34.Knight A. Tierversuch [Ger: Animal experiments]. 2015. In Arianna Ferrari, Klaus Peter (eds). Lexikon der Mensch-Tier-Beziehungen [Ger: Encyclopaedia of Human-Animal Relationships]. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript International Academic Publishing. 382 - 383.Knight A. keeping up with the field on animal welfare. Vet Practice [UK] 2015; 47(6): 40.McGill I, Knight A., et al. English Nature - no more badger cull licences! Ecologist 21 Aug. 2015. Knight A. Academic centres for animal welfare. Aust Animal Projection Law J 2015; 10: 46-47. Knight A. Vegan animal diets: facts and myths. 20 Mar. 2015. Knight A and McGill I. Snaring foxes and gassing badgers: what our politicians really think about animal welfare….Vet Practice 2015; 46(3): 26.Knight A. Pathways to specialising in animal welfare. Vet Rec [UK] 2014; 175: 449-451. Knight A. Conscientious objection to harmful animal use within veterinary and other biomedical education. Animals 2014; 4: 16-34. Knight A. Weighing the harms and benefits: invasive animal research. The Biochemist 2014; 36(3): 30-33. Knight A. Everyday ethics: dealing with dark desires [feline case]. In Practice 2014 36: 54-55. Knight A. Animal welfare and rights: pet and companion animals. In B. Jennings (Ed.), Bioethics (4th Edn). Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA. 2014; 1: 269-270. Knight A. Animals in research: do the costs outweigh the benefits? The Conversation 07 Aug. 2013. Knight A. The Australasian regulation of scientific animal use: a chimera of protection. In P. Sankoff, S. White and C. Black (Eds) Animal Law in Australasia: Continuing the Dialogue (2nd Edn). Annandale, NSW, Australia: Federation Press. 2013. 264 – 288. Knight A. Animal agriculture and climate change. In A. Linzey (Ed.). The Global Guide to Animal Protection. Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 2013. 254-256.Knight A. The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments, Palgrave Macmillan Series on Animal Ethics (hardback 2011, paperback 2013)Knight A. Assessing the necessity of chimpanzee experimentation. ALTEX 2012; 29(1): 93-94.Knight A. Weighing the costs and benefits of animal experiments. ALTEX Proc 2012; 1: 289-294.Knight A. Zen and the art of systematic reviews. LASA Forum 2012 (Spring): 20-22.Knight A. A critique of the Bateson Review of Research Using Non-human Primates. AATEX 2012; 17(2): 53-62.Knight A. The potential of humane teaching methods within veterinary and other biomedical education. ALTEX Proc 2012; 1: 365-375. Knight A. 2010 laboratory animal statistics for Great Britain: implications for animal welfare. AATEX 2012; 17(2): 51-52.Knight A & McEwen F. Animals in research: against and for.’ Vet Practice [UK] 2012; 43(11): 39.Knight A. What vets really think about canine 'Prozac'. The Guardian [online] 2012.Knight A. Animal testing isn't just an ethical problem – let's invest in safer methods. The Guardian [online]. 2012. Benz-Schwarzburg J & Knight A. Cognitive relatives yet moral strangers? J Anim Ethics 2011; 1(1): 9-36.Knight A. The costs and benefits of animal experiments. New Internationalist; 2011; July 2007.Knight A. Churches ‘nowhere in animal welfare issues.’ Vet Practice [UK] 2011; 43(9): 35.Madelaine LeitsbergerKnight, A. and Leitsberger, M. Vegetarian versus meat-based diets for companion animals. Animals 2016, 6, 57.Neil Messer Messer N. Evolution, animal suffering and ethics: a response to Christopher Southgate. In A. Linzey and C. Linzey (eds), Handbook of Religion and Animal Protection (in press).Messer N. Respecting Life: Theology and Bioethics. London: SCM Press, 2011.Kay PeggsPeggs K. An insufferable business: ethics, nonhuman animals and biomedical experiments. Animals. Special issue Ethical and Social Dimensions of Animal Experimentation 2015; 5(3): 624-642.