Jon Hochschartner

Jon Hochschartner is the author of a number of books about animal-rights history, including The Animals’ Freedom Fighter, Ingrid Newkirk, and Puppy Killer, Leave Town.

Reconciling God with Wild Animal Suffering

Revisiting Shyamalan’s Signs

What is to Be Done for Animals

Okra of Time

Imagining a Vegan Superman

Racism, Animal Rights and Eugene Debs

A Masterful History of Victorian Anti-Speciesism

Animal-Liberationist Art As Home Decor

We Need a Progressive Alternative to the Humane Society Legislative Fund

The Historic Vote to Abolish Vivisection

Animator Recalls Development of Conker’s Bad Fur Day

How Berkeley Banned Fur Sales

The Five Least Animal-Friendly Senate Democrats

The Cory Booker Dilemma for Progressive Animal Activists

This Election We’ve Failed Animals (Again)

Does Word Policing Actually Help the Left?

How I Learned to Hate Animals

Towards a Marxist Animalism

Animalists Should Focus on Commonalities, Not Differences

Jack London Inspired Influential Animalist Group

Nibert Discusses Intersection of Species and Class

Animal Activists are All Reformists

Chomsky Envisions Vegetarian Future

Marx’s Son-in-Law Hated Animals

A Socialist and Pioneering Animal Advocate

The Vegetarian Communard

Two Years Ago I Was a Psych Patient

Should a Meat-Eater Advocate for a Vegan Society?

Does Socialist Critique of Terrorism Apply to Animal Activists?

The Tragicomic History of the OWS Animal Issues Working Group

Vegan Angela Davis Connects Human and Animal Liberation

Taking the Meat Out of the ISO

Was Communard Louise Michel a Vegetarian?

The American Legion’s Anti-Socialist Roots

My 19 Days in a Psychiatric Hospital

Video Games Normalize Animal Cruelty

Socialists and the ‘Pet’ Contradiction

The "Looney Left"

Inserting Democracy in the ISO

Socialists and the Animal Question

Class Struggle From the Couch

What’s Missing From Black History Month

Capitalism and the Environment