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Reminder: Abstracts due 28th February for EACAS 2021 June 24-25th: Appraising Critical Animal Studies

Whilst the ultimate success of CAS will be measured in terms of material social change in the lived circumstances of nonhuman animals a pathway to this involves cultural and political contestation. An overarching aim of critical animal studies has been to contest the anthropocentrism of academic knowledge.

British Animal Studies Network Online Events

Dear Friends,

I'm delighted to announce that our postponed spring 2020 meeting, 'Violence', will now take place in a series of free online events in March, April and May 2021. 

Abstracts, bios of speakers and a link to sign up to one/all are on the BASN webpage:  https://www.britishanimalstudiesnetwork.org.uk/FutureMeetings/Violence.aspx

We hope to see you soon

Erica 

 

Call for Papers: EACAS 2021 June 24-25th: Appraising Critical Animal Studies

Whilst the ultimate success of CAS will be measured in terms of material social change in the lived circumstances of nonhuman animals a pathway to this involves cultural and political contestation. An overarching aim of critical animal studies has been to contest the anthropocentrism of academic knowledge. This has taken place across traditional academic disciplines, their sub-disciplines, and broader fields of knowledge under the rubric of the ‘animal turn’ over the last few decades. Yet CAS has always been extra-academic.

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