Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka are coming to the University of Winchester to discuss their book Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights on Monday, 6 June, 10.00-15.00. Joining them on the panel will be
Sabina M. Lovibond, Emeritus Fellow of Worcester College, University of Oxford
Alasdair Cochrane, Senior Lecturer in Political Theory, University of Sheffield
Kay Peggs, Professor of Sociology and Animal Studies, University of Winchester
Thomas Nørgaard, Director, Institute for Value Studies, University of Winchester
The event is free will be small in scale (to facilitate discussion) so places are limited. To register please get in touch with Madelaine Leitsberger:
Dear colleagues and friends,
The third European Conference of Critical Animal Studies, which took place in Karlsruhe, Germany, in November 2013, co-organized by the Institute of Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis, was dedicated to the relation between critical animal studies and technoscientific developments. The conference engendered a number of fruitful debates among the participants which we are now hoping to evidence and extend with an anthology of texts on the subject. We therefore invite all participants of the conference, as well as other CAS scholars working with the theme to which the conference was dedicated, to submit a paper for the book “The Challenge of Technoscience and Critical Animal Studies” (working title), eds. Arianna Ferrari and Kris Forkasiewicz.
If you would like to submit a paper, please indicate your interest with an (updated) abstract of approx. 250-500 words via email to email@example.com before 15 April 2014. Those who will be invited to contribute a chapter to the volume are asked to send in their full paper before 30 September 2014.
The length of your paper should be approximately 5000-7000 words (including references and footnotes).In case you would like to include pictures, graphs and tables, please shorten the text accordingly or ask the editors for further information. Please find attached a pdf version of this call for papers with the abstract of the book.
We are much looking forward to hearing from you.
we are letting the cfp as pdf circulate, please write me if you want also the complete pdf withh the abstract of the book
Please help us to let this cfp circulate among scholars!
All the details are here https://critical-animal-conf.org/call-for-papers
Abstracts due June 15th 2013
Pleased to see that ICAS Oceania will have its first conference in 2013, more details here – http://icasoceania.wordpress.com/conference/
The 2013 3rd Annual European Conference for Critical Animal Studies will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany. This will be in the Autumn, with date and further details to be confirmed shortly.
We shall reveal in the next day or two which city will be hosting the next conference – so watch this space!
2010 – Liverpool
2011 – Prague
2012 – Minding Animals (Utrecht)
2013 – ???????