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2019 Jonathan Safran Foer Virtual Classroom Visit

Dear H-Animal Members,

Please see the letter below for information on the 2019 Jonathan Safran Foer Virtual Classroom Visit, a webinar event where Foer discusses issues in environmental, animal, and food ethics. Many members of this list have taken part with their students or organizations in the past, and it would be great to have even more participation in 2019. Please get in touch with any questions, and thank you for your consideration.

Joey Tuminello
josepht@farmforward.com
Program Coordinator // Farm Forward

CFP: WG 3 Animalia: partnerships, policies and understandings for more than human rural futures

The ESRS has extended the CFP until Jan 31st 2019. https://esrs2019.no/calls/call-for-abstracts/ Please take this opportunity to contribute to our WG 3: Animalia: partnerships, policies and understandings for more than human rural futures.

Best regards and Happy New Year,

Dominic

The Invisible Sustainability of Otherness: Rethinking Food Systems from the Margins - CFP for Special Issue of Sustainability

Dear All,

Please find below a call for papers for the Special Issue for the journal Sustainability “The Invisible Sustainability of Otherness: Rethinking Food Systems from the Margins” which may be of interest to some list members, particularly – although not exclusively – to those working at the intersection of critical food studies and human-animal studies in geographical contexts beyond the Anglosphere.

Should you be interested, please send your abstract (max. 400 words), including authors’ affiliations, email addresses and short bio (200 words) by 26.01.2019 to:

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