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Be sure to check out the new syllabus contributions by Matteo Bittanti, Mark Causey, Susan Crane, Bianca Falbo, Wendi Haugh, Humane Society University, Kevin Lair, Matthew Pianalto, Joshua Schuster, Linda Sumption, Zipporah Weisberg in the Syllabus Exchange!

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Conference: Art and Science in the Early Modern Low Countries

The Rijksmuseum and the Huygens Institute are organizing the international conference ‘Art and Science in the Early Modern Low Countries (ca 1560-1730)’ in Amsterdam (Rijksmuseum and Trippenhuis) on September 17 and 18. Full conference details are available here:


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Antennae Issue 32 is Now Online

This is the second installment dedicated to the topic of multispecies intra-actions. Moreover so than the previous, it substantially focuses on the impact that Karen Barad’s work is having on contemporary artists who respond to the challenges involved in envisioning and understanding the multilayered entanglements that encompass ecosystems, biotechnologies, and biocapitalism.
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Dr. Giovanni Aloi

Introducing Animalia: An Anthrozoology Journal

We are very proud to announce the launch of Animalia: An Anthrozoology Journal, a digital journal created and maintained by students and alumni of the Canisius College Master of Science in Anthrozoology program. Please visit us at http://www.animaliajournal.com to read our first four published articles. Comments are enabled, so we encourage you to join the conversation! If you’d like to submit an article for consideration, please visit the “Submissions” tab at the top of the page.