Equine Cultures and Organizations in Transition conference website and call for papers

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Dear colleagues,

The Equine Cultures in Transition conference has been held biennially three times in Europe and assembled researchers from the social sciences and (post)humanities focused on horses and horse-human relations and wellbeing. In June 2023, the conference will be held in Canada for the first time at Western University's beautiful Huron University College in London, Ontario, the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak, and Chonnonton Nations. The 2023 conference is Equine Cultures and Organizations in Transition: Solidarity, Inclusion, and Sustainability.

This conference will be a thoughtful global assembly of junior and more experienced scholars that showcases innovative and influential research and facilitates nuanced and high-quality knowledge exchange. Highlights include keynote addresses by Dr. Susanna Hedenborg and Dr. Yvette Running Horse Collin, the Solidarity Prize for Excellence in Early Career Equine Research, the inaugural Dr. Karen Dalke Memorial Equine Justice Award, and other meaningful and memorable experiences and opportunities.

Full details and more information are available at huronatwestern.ca/equine

Sincerely,

Kendra Coulter

Professor, Management and Organizational Studies, Huron University College
Fellow, Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
Member, Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists, and Scientists
 
In solidarity with the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak, and Chonnonton peoples on whose traditional, treaty, and unceded territories I live and work.
 

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