The “Ecocriticisms of Américas” interest group was founded in 2019 to gather and support members of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment working on the Caribbean and Latin America. “Ecocriticisms of the Américas” will sponsor up to two panels at the 2021 virtual ASLE symposium, to be held asynchronously from July 26- August 6.
Animal Studies in Literature
Mit allen Augen sieht die Kreatur das Offene.
Nur unsre Augen sind wie umgekehrt und ganz um sie gestellt als Fallen, rings um ihren freien Ausgang.
Rilke, Duineser Elegien, Die achte Elegie
The Postgraduate Animal Studies Symposium (PASS) is a two-day training and conference event that will bring together postgraduate research students working in th
Department of Languages, School of Social Sciences and Languages, Vellore Institute of Technology University, Vellore, is organizing a webinar on the topic "Why Animals Matter in Language and Culture" on 27.02.2021. The guest speaker is Dr. Anu Pande, an Asst. Prof. at the Department of Germanic Studies, at EFLU University, Hyderabad.
The National Sporting Library & Museum in Middleburg, Virginia is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for the 2022 John H. Daniels Fellowship program. The fellowship serves to promote awareness of, and innovative, scholarly use of the institution's unique collections focused on equestrian and field sports, country life, and sporting art.
IN NATURE’S REALM: THE ART OF GERARD RUTGERS HARDENBERGH
OPENING FEBRUARY 19, 2021
In line with its mission of celebrating the art of New Jersey, Morven Museum & Garden is proud to present the first exhibition examining the work of Gerard Rutgers Hardenbergh (1856–1915). Born in New Brunswick, the great-great-grandson of Reverend Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh (1736–1790), the first president of Queens College (Rutgers University), Hardenbergh was a self-taught artist and ornithologist.
Please note that this session is SEPARATE from the conference on domestic cats in literature to be held in June.
Proposed Special Session on Domestic Cats in Literature at SAMLA 93
Conference on Domestic Cats in Literature
Submissions are invited for a scholarly conference on domestic cats in literature to be hosted online 11-12 June 2021 by the Troy University Department of English.
Papers may address any aspect of the subject, including—but not limited to—the following:
Check out our recorded session for the College Art Association Annual Conference, February 10-13, 2021: "Our Ancestor was an Animal that Breathed Water: Non-Human Beings and Art of the Anthropocene": and stop in our live discussion Wed. Feb. 10 at noon. All conference info through the main CAA website: www.collegeart.org
Linda Johnson (U. Michigan, Flint), "Humane Education in Visual Culture: Equine Speciesism"
Arnaud Gerspacher (The City College, CUNY), "Zoonotic Undemocracy: Cildo Meireles's Cattle Bones"
As part of the upcoming March conference "Anthrozoology as International Practice: A Student Conference in Animal Studies" , organizers seek creative input from the graduate community in the form of a conference logo design.