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Corey Lee Wrenn

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– **Education and Career:**
– Received B.A. in political science and M.S. in sociology from Virginia Tech.
– Founded the Vegan Feminist Network in 2013.
– Completed a PhD in sociology at Colorado State University in 2016.
– Became a lecturer at Monmouth University in 2015.
– Awarded Exemplary Diversity Scholar by the University of Michigan in 2016.

– **Research:**
– Identified as a sentientist, abolitionist vegan, and feminist.
– Authored “A Rational Approach to Animal Rights” (2016) and “Piecemeal Protest” (2019).
– Focuses on animal rights and nonprofit activism.

– **Select Bibliography:**
– “A Rational Approach to Animal Rights: Extensions in Abolitionist Theory” (2016).
– “Piecemeal Protest: Animal Rights in the Age of Nonprofits” (2019).
– “Animals in Irish Society: Interspecies Oppression and Vegan Liberation in Britain’s First Colony” (2021).

– **References:**
– Information on Corey Lee Wrenn from University of Kent and Colorado State University.
– Article by Laura Callan discussing the intersection of feminism and veganism.
– Involvement with the National Center for Institutional Diversity and The Vegan Society.

– **External Links:**
– Discussed “Piecemeal Protest” on the Knowing Animals podcast.
– Personal website and publications indexed by Google Scholar.
– Affiliation with
– Links to related individuals and organizations in the field of animal rights.
– Notable works and authors in the realm of vegetarianism and animal rights.

Corey Lee Wrenn (Wikipedia)

Corey Lee Wrenn (born October 22, 1983) is an American sociologist specializing in human-animal studies, the sociology of the animal rights movement, ecofeminism, and vegan studies. She is presently a lecturer in the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research at the University of Kent.

Corey Lee Wrenn
Born (1983-10-22) October 22, 1983 (age 40)
Academic background
Alma materColorado State University
Thesis (2016)
Academic work
Sub-disciplineAnimal rights movement; human-animal studies; veganism
InstitutionsMonmouth University; University of Kent
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