I am seeking artists for a 3-4 person group exhibition, tentatively entitled “Animal Assemblages and the Possibility of Language,” at the School of Art Landmark Galleries, Texas Tech University, in March-April 2019.
I am delighted to announce that details of and a cfp for our autumn 2018 meeting are now available. 'Animal Machines / Machine Animals' will take place on 2 and 3 November in Exeter. Details of the cfp can be found here:
We are constructing an American Anthropology Association Panel on Human-Animal Relationships in Japan. We will narrow the panel concept based on the research focus of the panelists who respond by March 30th. Apologies for any cross-posting.
Human-Animal Relationships in Contemporary Japan
We are please to share this upcoming panel session of ours at the EASA 2018 with you
The panel is titled ‘Double Others? Non-human Migrants and Changing Moral Economies of Hunting’ . It was inspired by how we deal with invasive species, but invites all papers that consider how the landscape conditions the status of animals as legitimate, invaders, native and with what implications.
My college here in central Montana has a very unique anthrozoology program. The program is very strong, one of the top ten majors at the school, and although it's only 10 years old, is already attracting students from across the country.
The program is currently hiring a faculty member in canine science and training. The search announcement, however, is quite broad:
Greetings from Norway, where I am helping organise an interdisciplinary conference called "Horses, moving" at the Museum of Archaeology, Stavanger, Norway on September 25th-27th, 2018.
Keynote speakers are professor Lynda Birke, University of Chester, and professor Anita Maurstad, University of Tromsø.