Another Test of different naming convention.
This is a test of the alter option for post title.
Jill Bough, 2016. ‘Our stubborn prejudice about donkeys is shifting as they protect Australia’s sheep from wild dogs’, Australian Zoologist, 38 (1):
ZooScope is an encyclopaedia of animals on film. Each article includes information and analysis about the presence and meaning of animals in a film. ZooScope welcomes the submissions of articles via this website.
January 23, 2016 – March 27, 2016, David Winton Bell Gallery, Rhode Island, USA
At a time when natural history museums are moving away from taxidermy, there has been a resurgence of interest in popular culture—in Internet blogs and image collections, in fashion, home décor, and advertising—as well as in art practice. The exhibition is organized around four prevalent themes that draw particular strength from taxidermy—in which the fact that the animal is real and dead imparts meaning.
The Art of the Animal explores contemporary women artists’ engagement with how women and animals are depicted and treated.
5-13 September 2015
A selection of new films traversing the relationship between humans and their environments
Special Edition of NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies – Spring 2015 – Animals Guest edited by Professor Barbara Creed and Maarten
From ‘crazy cat ladies’ to ‘deranged’ animal advocates occupying a ‘lunatic fringe’ (Wolfe, 5), the spectre of the ‘crazy’ label is never too far from the ‘question of the animal’. Understanding how the ‘madness’ of our instrumentalised relationships with animals intersects with the ‘madness’ of taking animals seriously, is the major task of this Symposium. Animaladies are also a potential obstacle to connections with other progressive movements, and as such, they warrant specific attention and careful analysis.
Creaturely Feeling was part of Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism, the 2015 Australasian Animal Studies Association (AASA) Conference.