Dr. Lisa Kemmerer earned a Masters Degree in Theology from Harvard Divinity School and her PhD in Philosophy from University of Glasgow, Scotland. She has also traveled widely, spending several years in Asia, with a special interest in exploring Asian religions. Currently, she is an assistant professor at Montana State University, Billings, teaching courses in philosophy and religious studies, including feminism and animal liberation. Lisa has written, directed, and produced two documentaries on Buddhism, and also numerous articles in the area of philosophy and religions. She has most recently published Ethics and Animals: In Search of Consistency (Brill, 2006), and has two books forthcoming: The Buddha, the Bible, and the Beasts, and Real Christians Don’t Eat Meat.