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Be sure to check out the new syllabus contributions by Sharon Adams, Justin Eichenbach, Anna Feuerstein, Maarten Reesink, Hilde Weisert, and Paul York in the Syllabus Exchange!

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CFP: Visualizing the Animal (deadline extended to 29 March 2015)

Call for papers: Visualising the Animal
A conference questioning the meaning of animals within contemporary society as seen through photography.
Dates: 18-19 June 2015 
Location: University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK (Fusehill Street Campus)
Extended deadline for proposals: 29 March 2015
For further details see http://visualisingconference.com or email: visualising@cumbria.ac.uk

Antennae: "Beyond Animal Studies" begins with "Animal Studies and Art: Elephants in the Room"

With the publication of an extended editorial titled 'Animal Studies and Art: Elephants in the Room' by Giovanni Aloi, Editor in Chief of 'Antennae', the journal embarks on a new and challenging year-long project constituting somewhat of a departure from the theoretical approaches of animal studies for the purpose of conceiving new productivities specific to art. This project is provocatively titled 'Beyond Animal Studies'.

Umwelt: Eavesdropping Into A Bee's World, University Art Museum, California State University Long Beach, 26 March 2015

On March 26, 2015 from 7:00-9:00pm an interdisciplinary panel will explore the delicate and specific bio-semiotics of the world of bees, as well as the interplay of art, science and sustainability.