Who we are

Furscience is the public face of the International Anthropomorphic Research Project (IARP), a multidisciplinary team of scientists studying the furry fandom. Asking psychological, anthropological, and sociological questions, our team examines furry culture to help both furries and non-furries better understand the furry community.

The International Anthropomorphic Research Project’s (IARP) Founding Members:

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The International Anthropomorphic Research Project’s (IARP)  Co-investigators & Collaborators:

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The International Anthropomorphic Research Project’s (IARP)  SSHRC Assisted Ph.D. Students:

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Our team is supported by Research Associates and Assistants:

This research was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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And the following institutions

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