H-Animal aims to serve as an on-line home for scholars across disciplines who are engaged on the study of animals in human culture.

Be sure to check out the new syllabus contributions by Jody Berland, David Herman, Piers Locke, and Michal Pregowski in the Syllabus Exchange!

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Recent Content

Artists/Oceans, Feb 10–Mar 3, 2022

Artists/Oceans - a series of online artist talks:

10 February 2022, 6pm - Klara Hobza in conversation with Bergit Arends

17 February 2022, 6pm - Kasia Molga

24 February 2022, 12 noon - Shimabuku

3 March 2022, 12 noon - Sonia Levy

Organised and chaired by Sarah Wade, University of East Anglia, and Pandora Syperek, Loughborough University London

Postdoctoral Research Associate on History of Indian Street Dogs

The Department of History at the University of Liverpool seeks to recruit a Postdoctoral Research Associate as part of the Wellcome Trust Humanities and Social Sciences Collaborative Award project “Remaking One Health: Decolonial approaches to street dogs and rabies prevention in India” (ROH-Indies).

Extended Deadline: International Conference on Non-Western Approaches in Environmental Humanities

Extended deadline – International Conference on Non-Western Approaches in Environmental Humanities

Call for papers

11–13 July 2022
(Extended Deadline for abstract submission: 31 January 2022)

University of Warsaw and via Zoom worldwide

organized by the project “Non-anthropocentric Cultural Subjectivity” realized as part of the “Excellence Initiative – Research University” programme at the University of Warsaw and Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw

Keynote Speakers

Dipesh Chakrabarty, Ewa Domańska, Tetsuya Kono

Call for Lightning Talks -- Emerging Voices for Animals in Tourism

The aim of the Emerging Voices for Animals in Tourism (EVAT) conference is to highlight and celebrate fresh perspectives and new voices in animal tourism. We therefore invite 5 minute (pre-recorded) lightning talks from emerging scholars (i.e. current undergraduate and graduate students and postgraduates within five years since completion of doctoral studies) which explore the experiences of animals in tourism.  Examples may include but are not limited to:

Call for Abstracts: Urban Ecologies Workshop on Animals in the City (Online, University of Cambridge, 28 March 2022)

The Urban Ecologies & GEO Workshop Series: Workshop One, Methodological Expositions

Call for Abstracts (with apologies for cross posting)

Hosted online by the Urban Ecologies Research Group at the University of Cambridge, 28th March 2022