Join us in sunny SoCal! Registration is open for the Equine History Collective 2018 Conference hosted by the W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Library at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California. For the full program and registration information, see the website here: https://equinehistory.wordpress.com/conference/
CALL FOR PAPERS for the 4th Biennial Conference: Living with Animals
Theme: Some we love, some we hate, some we eat, some we need.
Co-organizers: Robert W. Mitchell, Radhika Makecha, and Michał Pręgowski.
CALL FOR PAPERS for the fourth biennial Living with Horses conference
The fourth biennial “Living with Horses” conference, again organized and co-chaired by Gala Argent and Angela Hofstetter, is scheduled Friday, March 22, 2019, in conjunction with the “Living with Animals” conference at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky, from March 21-23.
2019 Annual Meeting
June 6-8, 2019; Submission Deadline October 9, 2018
Power in Agricultural History
Here is an admittedly incomplete list of some recent or forthcoming publications that might be of interest to H-Animalistas:
Sarah Bezan and James Tink, eds., Seeing Animals After Derrida (Lexington Books: Rowman & Littlefield Imprint, Ecocritical Theory and Practice Series, 2018): https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498540599/Seeing-Animals-after-Derrida
Our proposal for a special issue of Society and Animals on the theme The Silent Majority – Invertebrates in Animal Studies has been accepted with a projected publication date of the end of 2019 or beginning of 2020. See http://www.animalsandsociety.org/human-animal-studies/society-and-animals-journal/
Call for Participants: Graduate Workshop: Knowing Through Animals: The Animal Turn in History of Science
New York City, February 2nd, 2019
Center for Science and Society, Columbia University.
Organized by Alma Igra (PhD candidate, History Department, Columbia University) in collaboration with Dagmar Schäfer and Tamar Novick, The Body of Animals project, Max Plank Institute for the History of Science, Berlin.
We are seeking conference papers for an ACLA seminar invested in interrogating the myriad ways in which non-human animals and death intersect, and how animal death actively shapes human culture and intellectual inquiry in diverse forums.