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On Popular Culture and Neurodiversity

South Korean series Extraordinary Attorney Woo addresses the many issues that neurotypical people are often curious about but are hesitant to broach.


Jallikattu makes a compelling argument for the intersectionality of animal and human rights.

Lessons in Animal Activism from Isle of Dogs

Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs asks whether we are willing to align ideals with actions or remain mute spectators unmoved by the plight of animals.


Lending a Voice to Baahubali

The film Chopsticks initiates a conversation on where our food comes from, drawing attention to the commercial breeding and commodification of animals for human consumption.

Delhi Safari and the Animals of Aarey

The eerie similarity between the film Delhi Safari and the felling of trees in Aarey forest raises pertinent questions about balancing anthropocentric development and environmental conservation.

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