Here is an admittedly incomplete list of some recent or forthcoming publications that might be of interest to H-Animalistas:
Welcome to anilum: A Digital Candle-Lighting Memorial Experience.
Become a part of an online community celebrating the lives and mourning the loss of the animals that are important to us.
One-Day Workshop, NYU Animal Studies
29 June 2018, New York City
Organisers: Sunaura Taylor (NYU), Troy Vettese (NYU), and Alyssa Battistoni (Yale)
In 1917 Rosa Luxemburg wrote to a friend from her prison cell in Breslau:
Dear BASN Friend
Join the Literary and Cultural Plant Studies Network for scholarly exchange and collaboration about the study of plants in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
CALL FOR PAPERS – Animal History Group Summer Conference
King’s College London
28-29 June 2018
Keynote speaker: Dolly Jørgensen
Harvard University will again, through its Summer School (www.summer.harvard.edu), offer an online Animal Studies course. The 2018 course is entitled “The Animal-Human Divide.” Registration opens March 1 and closes May 21.
The Finnish Society for Human-Animal Studies (YKES) is proud to organize the first international Human-Animal Studies conference held in Finland. Founded in 2004 as a network and established in 2009 as a society, YKES has since organized six national annual meetings, gained critical mass and a notable standing nationally and internationally. The theme for the upcoming conference is (Un)common worlds: Contesting the limits of human-animal communities. The conference’s keynote speakers are Professor Erica Fudge, Associate Professor Jamie Lorimer and the zoologist Helena Telkänranta.
I'm teaching a new class on energy in literature and culture and would like to include a short poem or story (or novel excerpt, or perhaps even a short film) on what it's like to work with a draft horse, mule, donkey, etc.--a text that does a good job of representing the play of energies between human and nonhuman being involved in plowing a field, driving a stagecoach, etc. I'm looking for a text that would help underscore the profound difference between animal/muscle energy and fossil energy.
University of North Florida
We are seeking papers on the theme of “Animals with (or without) Borders” for the summer 2018 issue of the semi-annual scholarly journal, Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (PJHS), published by the Indiana University Press (Bloomington, USA).