Cfp for panel contributions for the special session “Animals, Ethics and Law in a more-than-human world” at the Research Committee on Sociology of Law (RCSL) conference,
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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Andrew Robichaud will discuss "Animal City: Remaking Human and Animal Life in Nineteenth-Century America" in the MIT Seminar on Environmental and Agricultural History at 2:30 on February 21, Room E51-095. For a full schedule of seminar talks, see https://history.mit.edu/lectures-and-seminars/seminar-environmental-and-agricultural-history.
Following the first (Un)common Worlds conference in Turku, Finland in 2018, called Contesting the Limits of Human – Animal Communities, the animal research group within our Digital and Material Artistic Research Centre is pleased to announce the second, Life With and Without Animals, a three-day international animal studies conference.
I'm delighted to announce that the full programme and a link to register for the upcoming British Animal Studies Network meeting are now available on https://www.britishanimalstudiesnetwork.org.uk/FutureMeetings/Violence.aspx
The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) is seeking applications for the KHS research fellowship program for the spring 2020 cycle. The program provides funding for academic researchers whose projects focus on Kentucky or larger regional-related topics. Time periods are open - researchers have used the Kentucky Historical Society's archival holdings to shed light on a vast array of topics, including resistance and slavery, medical history and addiction, equine history, and environmentalism and economic development.