AASA2021: Flourishing Animals starts on the 30th October and runs through till the 2nd December. The conference is virtual, and all information
AASA members will have received their copies of the new format Animail today. Edited by Rowena Lennox, the issue has interviews with
Coinciding with and complementing the Australasian Animal Studies Association’s 2021 online conference ‘Flourishing Animals’ [see https://artsfront.com/event/137832-flourishing-animals], Animal Studies Journal invites contributions to
Narayanan, Y. (2021). ‘Animating Caste: Visceral Geographies of Pigs, Caste And Violent Nationalisms in Chennai City.’ Urban Geography. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02723638.2021.1890954?journalCode=rurb20 What scholarly disciplines
Kavesh, M. A. (2021). ‘Sensuous entanglements: a critique of cockfighting conceived as a “cultural text.”’ The Senses and Society. 16.2:152-163. https://doi.org/10.1080/17458927.2020.1858653 What
I grew up in the suburbs of Sydney, but was lucky to inherit a passionate attachment to rural ‘nature’ through family holidays.
The Australasian Animal Studies Association (AASA) is launching a new suite of prizes to recognise, celebrate and reward scholars in the emerging
Archer-Lean, C. (2021). Animal Representative Presence: Problems and Potential in Recent Australian Fiction. In J. Gildersleeve (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Australian Literature (pp.
My practice is based in learning through sculpture and performance. I believe the way to understanding my shared paths with other animals
A wonderful list of recent works by AASA members:- Borrowy, I., Justine Philip, M. Armiero, M. Mart and S. Muller (2021) ‘Toxins,