The Australian Animal Studies Group and Environmental Futures Centre – Griffith University are proudly presenting The 4th Biennial Australian Animal Studies Group Conference 2011: Animals, People – A Shared Environment. This conference will bring together animal theorists and scientists from a broad range of academic disciplines with representatives from nongovernment organisations, government officials from several nations and representatives from industry, to examine the interrelationships between human and nonhuman animals from cultural, historical, geographical, environmental, representational, moral, legal and political perspectives.
The Brisbane conference venue will be Southbank, at the beautiful Queensland Conservatorium and the historic Ship Inn.
The Call for Papers is now open and abstracts can be uploaded via the dedicated AASG 2011 website: www.aasg2011.com.au
Topic streams include:
- Animal Law
- Ethics & Welfare
- History, Anthropology & Cultural Studies
- Animal Behaviour
- Animals in the Environment
- Animals & Tourism
For further details visit our conference website: www.aasg2011.com.au or contact the chair of the local organising committee, Leah Burns: Leah.Burns@griffith.edu.au
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When is the cut off date please
Due date for abstracts of 250 words is December 17 and you can submit them via the conference website: http://www.aasg2011.com.au
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