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 Watson K.D. (2017) Was Jack the Ripper a slaughterman? Human-animal violence and the world’s most infamous serial killer. Animals 2017, 7, 30.Knight, A. (2016) Hunters fail to silence critics. Veterinary Times, 46 (24). p. 28.Anderson, R., Waayers, R. and Knight, A. (2016) Orca behavior and implications for oceanaria confinement and use in performances: aggression increases and behavioral pathology. Animals, 6 (8).Knight, A. and Leitsberger, M. Vegetarian versus meat-based diets for companion animals. Animals 2016, 6, 57. (This was the most viewed and downloaded article in the journal Animals for 2016)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. (This was the most viewed and downloaded article in the journal Animals for 2016)Steven McCullochMcCulloch S P (2017) Singing cadaver. In Fawcett A and Mullan S (Editors) (2017): Applied Ethics in Veterinary Medicine: A Guide for Practitioners, Nurses and Students. 5M Publishing.McCulloch S P (2017) Food and production animals. In Fawcett A and Mullan S (Editors) (2017): Applied Ethics in Veterinary Medicine: A Guide for Practitioners, Nurses and Students. 5M Publishing.McCulloch S P (2017) Informed consent. In Fawcett A and Mullan S (Editors) (2017): Applied Ethics in Veterinary Medicine: A Guide for Practitioners, Nurses and Students. 5M Publishing.McCulloch S P (2017) Euthanasia or allowed to die?. In Fawcett A and Mullan S (Editors) (2017): Applied Ethics in Veterinary Medicine: A Guide for Practitioners, Nurses and Students. 5M Publishing.McCulloch S P and Reiss M J (2017) Killing zoo animals surplus to requirements. In Fawcett A and Mullan S (Editors) (2017): Applied Ethics in Veterinary Medicine: A Guide for Practitioners, Nurses and Students. 5M Publishing.McCulloch S P, Reiss M J, Wathes C M and Jinman P (2014) What’s in a word? The RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct and Code of Professional Conduct for Veterinary Surgeons. Viewpoint Article. Veterinary Record. Volume 174, Issue 3. doi: 10.1136/vr.f7520. Read it online 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.