All books with a NAVS (National Anti-Vivisection Society) call number are located on the 6th Floor of the Library in the Animal Rights Law Collection.
A Bibliography of Animal Law Resources. The International Institute for Animal Law. Chicago, Ill.: IIAL, 2001. KF3841.A1 B53 2001
Chase, Marcelle, Animal Rights: An Interdisciplinary, Selective Bibliography, 82 L. Libr. J. 359 (1990).
Kistler, John M. Animal Rights: a Subject Guide, Bibliography, and Internet Companion. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2000. Z7164.C45 K57 2000 HV4708
Weaver, Bobbi Ann. Research in the Peaceable Kingdom: a Selected, Annotated Bibliography on Animal Law from an International Perspective. 30 Int’l. J. of Legal Information 426 (2002).
The Library catalog and Worldcat are often the best places to start a search for book titles on animal rights. The following subject headings may be useful:
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