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Postgraduate Animal Studies Symposium

A two-day online training and conference event, showcasing international postgrad research students working in the field of animal studies.

Date: 24-25th May 2021

About this Event

PASS responds to a need for an animal studies knowledge exchange event which is specifically tailored to postgraduate researchers (PGRs), as existing events have tended to showcase established researchers.

We aim to forge new partnerships with animal studies communities across higher education institutions internationally, providing researchers with the opportunity to build interdisciplinary connections, and to benefit from knowledge exchange and networking. It will be the first event of its kind, free to attend and offering a programme designed specifically for the needs of PGRs.

Running over two days, PASS will feature speaker panels, five-minute thesis presentations and a plenary address by early career reseacher Dr Briony Wickes, Research Fellow in the School of English, Drama and Film at the University College Dublin.

The event, while showcasing the work of PGRs, is open to all. We warmly invite students, PGs, PGRs, ECRs, established academics and anyone else interested in animal studies, to attend. PASS provides a platform for the brilliant and innovative new research being done within the field.

Read the full programme for the symposium here, or download a PDF copy here.

Proposals open for next CAS European conference

After the success of the previous three European Conferences (Liverpool, Prague and Karlsruhe) and many of the same people meeting again at Minding Animals 2 (which took place in Utrecht, July 2012) as well as the postgrdaute conference in Exeter, UK (March 2012) we are now welcoming ideas and proposals for the next European Conference. We are looking for a new hosting country (this presently rules out the UK, the Czech Republic and the Germany). We anticipate a conference happening in late 2014 and we are also interested in receiving appropriate themes for the meeting.

The organisers of the previous conferences look forward to passing on their experience and expertise in order to help the new team.

Please send your ideas to icas.europe@gmail.com by March 31st 2014.

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