Hello fellow animal scholars and advocates!
There are several exciting virtual events about animals coming up this week. Here’s what’s on our list:
February 22nd: Anthropocene Accountability Litigation: Confronting Common Enemies to Promote a Just Transition (with Randall Abate)
February 22nd: Zoological Racism: Animals, Blackness, and Consumption (with Aph Ko)
February 23rd: Animal Use in Mental Disorder’s Research: A Necessary Evil?
(with Constança Carvalho)
February 24th: The Elephant in the Room: Happy and the Normative Structure of Legal Personhood (with Joshua Jowitt)
February 24th: Rights-Holding Persons (with Ankita Shanker)
February 24th: Jonathan Safran Foer Virtual Visit
February 24th: What is the Best Diet for the Economy (with Stefan Penczynski and Mike & Joe Hill)
February 24th: Desmond’s Law: Past, Present, Future
February 25th: Society for the Psychology of Human-Animal Intergroup Relations Talk (with Matti Wilks); email k.dhont@Kent.ac.uk for the event link.
February 25th: We Are All Somebody’s Child: Disability, Speciesism, and the Problem of Dehumanization (with Joel Michael Reynolds)
February 26th: Towards a Social Ontology of Food
February 27th: Why Animals Matter in Literature and Culture
You can view the full calendar of events here.
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