Carmen M. Cusack
Nova Southeastern University
Carmen M. Cusack, J.D., Ph.D.’s professional record includes hands-on experience, published research and firsthand studies on animals, religion, cultural studies, social science, law, justice and other topics discussed throughout the text. Dr. Cusack has conducted qualitative research and long-term follow-up studies about human-animal relationships in oceanic environments throughout the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and other regions. She is the Editor of Journal of Law and Social Deviance. Her articles about animals have deeply analyzed pressing topics, including saving bovines from gender-selective maltreatment and saving the white tiger. Dr. Cusack has published eight books discussing religion, culture, and animals, including Animals in Criminal Justice (Transaction Publishers, 2015) and Animals, Deviance, and Sex (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015). She teaches Animals and Criminal Justice at Nova Southeastern University.