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CFP: Equine History Collective Conference, 29 September-01 October 2023

Call for Papers: Equine History Collective Conference

The Equine History Collective (EHC) invites proposals for its fifth annual conference, and our first ever hybrid conference, to take place September 29-October 1, 2023 in partnership with Roger Williams University.  The abstract submission deadline is June 15, 2023.  Please submit all materials and any questions to admin@equinehistory.org

Call for Papers: AASA Conference 2023 – Animal Cultures, University of Sydney, Australia, 27th and 28th of November 2023

The 2023 Conference of the Australasian Animal Studies Association will be held in-person at the University of Sydney on the 27th and 28th of November 2023, as part of the Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

CfHAS Seminar - Dinesh Wadiwel - June 8th 10am BST - 'A Confrontation with Fixed Capital: Lessons from Marx's Value Theory on Animal Agriculture'

Talk is online (zoom) and open to all

'A Confrontation with Fixed Capital: Lessons from Marx's Value Theory on Animal Agriculture' (Dr Dinesh Wadiwel, Associate Professor in human rights and socio-legal studies, University of Sydney, Australia) - Thursday 8th June 2023 1000-1130 BST.

Register for the talk here<https://edgehill.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/cfhas-seminar-registration-2-dr-dinesh-wadiwel-a-confr>

Abstract for the talk:

CFP: Panels on Animals and Socialism for Historical Materialism Conference, London, November 2023


my name is Troy Vettese and I'm an environmental historian based at the European University Institute in Florence. I'm looking to organize a panel or two on animals for the upcoming conference for Historical Materialism at London this November: 


Papers could be on a variety of topics, including: