"Animals - Humans - Society" Lecture Series, Kassel, Germany

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Dear Colleagues,
Some of our lectures at the research cluster „Animals - Humans - Society“ might be of interest to list-members located in Germany:

Monday, 12.6.2017
Prof. Dr. Philip Armstrong (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZ):
„‘Surprising, Rare, Unconceivable’: Animal Wonders in the Exotic Tradition“
Monday, 19.6.2017
Prof. Dr. Christof Mauch (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich):
„Green New World: Travels into America’s Nature and History“
Monday, 26.6.2017
Prof. Dr. Dennis Frey (Lasell College, Boston, USA):
„Teaching the Animal Turn in Lasell’s Global Historical Knowledge Perspective Course (World Civilization since 1500)“
Montag, 17.7.2017
Veronika Settele, M.A. (Freie Universität Berlin):
„Revolution im Stall. Die Geschichte landwirtschaftlicher Tierhaltung in Deutschland 1950 – 1980“
All lectures begin at 18:15 and take place in the new Campus Center am Holländischen Platz (Moritzstr. 18, 34127 Kassel, Room 1124). (https://www.uni-kassel.de/projekte/tier-mensch-gesellschaft/aktuelles/veranstaltungen.html)
Very best wishes
André Krebber

History and Theory of Human-Animal Relations (HAS)
University of Kassel
w. //www.uni-kassel.de/fb05/fachgruppen/geschichte/human-animal-studies.html