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Call for papers: Forging Alliances and Intersections

ICAS Oceania 2017 Conference 15 & 16 July, Melbourne Australia The theme this year is “Forging Alliances and Intersections”. We are looking for papers, workshops and presentations that address this issue, particularly in the Oceanic region. Please see our Call … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: TAXIDERMIC FORMS AND FICTIONS

SLSA Conference November 9 – 12th, 2017 Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona What are the temporalities, histories, and post-mortem animal embodiments of taxidermic forms and fictions? In her seminal essay, “Teddy Bear Patriarchy,” Donna Haraway proclaims that the taxidermic form … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Gender, work, organisation and non-human animals

Organizational studies have traditionally focused solely on humans within organizations, neglecting and marginalizing other species as objects, food, symbols and resources. While such humanist hegemony is understandable from a pragmatic perspective, the absence of other species from organizational studies is … Continue reading

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Call for papers – Sanctuary Conference

Sanctuary: Reflecting on Refuge a conference about care and purpose at farmed animal sanctuaries September 29-30, 2017 Location: Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut Hosted by VINE Sanctuary and Wesleyan Animal Studies For more details go to the website here The conference … Continue reading

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CFP: Tracking the Human-Wildlife-Conservation Nexus Across the HAS Landscape

CFP:  Tracking the Human-Wildlife-Conservation Nexus Across the HAS Landscape (Special issue of Society and Animals planned for 2017) Since the inaugural issue of Society and Animals in 1993, disparate academic examinations about animals in the social sciences and the humanities … Continue reading

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CFP: Harvard Workshop on Animal Agriculture from the Middle East to Asia

Workshop on Animal Agriculture from the Middle East to Asia Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA May 11-12, 2017 The Harvard South Asia Institute, the Harvard Law School Animal Law & Policy Program, and the Harvard Law School Islamic Legal Studies … Continue reading

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CFP: Environmental Justice 2017

CFP: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE 2017: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, 6-8 NOVEMBER 2017 In 1997, the University of Melbourne hosted a major international conference on ‘Environmental Justice: Global Ethics for the 21stCentury’. In 2017, the Sydney Environment Institute at … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Animal Studies Journal

The Animal Studies Journal has just released a general call for papers – see pdf asj-call-for-papers-2016

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Exhibition Call: ‘Animal Intersections’

Expressions of interest sought for the curated exhibition ‘Animal Intersections’ which will occur alongside the conference at the University of Adelaide July 3-5, 2017. Exhibition Dates: 3-15 July, 2017 Venue: The Mill, Adelaide To intersect means to come across another … Continue reading

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CFP: Animal Sanctuaries – Animal Studies Journal

Call for Papers: Special Edition of the Animal Studies Journal ‘Animal Sanctuaries’ Guest Editor: Elan Abrell We seek articles that consider animal sanctuaries as unique sites of human-animal interaction that both influence and are influenced by the way animals are … Continue reading

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