BA, Spanish & Art History, 1999, The Ohio State University
MSc, Anthrozoology, 2014, Canisius College
Animals & Society, Environment, Family, Theory
SOC 101, Life Course, Environment & Society, Social Movements
Miranda K. Workman is a PhD candidate and instructor in the Department of Sociology at the University at Buffalo. She also is a clinical assistant professor at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. Her research program focuses on the intersections of family, environment, and the social world inclusive of other-than-human animals. She seeks to explore the spaces where humans and animals interact at both individual and societal levels. Her dissertation research is titled: Is Fido Family? Negotiating Multi-Specied Families.