- Critical Animal Studies and Law
- Legal geography
- More-than-human Law
- Historical sociology and critical theory
My research interests are situated within the fields of critical animal studies and more-than-human law. Based on qualitative and socio-historical analysis, I explore various aspects of human/animal relationships related to the subject of animal law, meat-eating, and human attitudes towards nature.
My doctoral research focusses on animal protection and conservation policies in light of the current ecological crisis with a particular focus on the impact of large-scale animal production.
I am a member of the Lund University Critical Animal Studies Network (LUCASN). The network aims to act as a platform and an interdisciplinary hub at Lund University for scholars and students interested in Critical Animal Studies. For more information about the network, see www.kom.lu.se/lucasn.
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(2020) Om rättssociologisk tillämpning
(2020) Argos – Historical & Archaeological Animal Studies/ <em>Argos – historische & archäologische Tierstudien</em>, 1 p.125-134
(2019) Society & Animals , p.1-17
(2018) Acta Sociologica, 61 p.223-225
(2018) Interface: a journal for and about social movements, 10 p.62-359
Marie Leth-Espensen is a sociologist with a degree from the University of Copenhagen. Currently, she is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Sociology of Law, Lund University.