|2022-2023||Postdoctoral researchers, Environmental and animal ethics|
Frauke Albersmeier is a visiting research fellow jointly hosted by the Centre de Recherche en Éthique (CRÉ) and the Groupe de Recherche en Éthique Environmennetale et Animale (GRÉEA). Her research project on the circumstances of interspecies justices examines the impact recognizing nonhuman animals as subjects of justice has on traditional accounts of the conditions that supposedly render justice possible and necessary.
She is a postdoctoral researcher at Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf, where she received her doctoral degree (Dr. phil.) for a dissertation on the concept of moral progress. Her research areas are in normative and metaethics, animal studies, and philosophical methodology. Publications include work on the concept of speciesism, abolitionism, the rhetoric of animal experimentation, and moral expertise.