Another Test of different naming convention.
This is a test of the alter option for post title.
The centrality of animals to the history of film, and the particular powers and properties of the animal image on film require no introduction. This issue of Antennae will be entirely dedicated to this subject.
Call for Papers: The 2016 meeting will feature a special focus on this provocative subject. We welcome open debate, discourse and research from participants that center on this special topic, as well as the yearly conference themes described below, and any other issues relevant to food studies
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.
Scholars from all areas of human-animal studies are welcome to submit an original article to be considered for publication in ASJ.
ICAS 3rd European Conference.
28-30 November 2013. Karlsruhe, Germany
The Institute for Critical Animal Studies is pleased to invite proposals for a new book series, Critical Animal Studies, to be published by Rodopi Press, one of Europe’s premiere academic presses.
Animalibus: Of Animals and Cultures is an exciting book series, co-edited by historian Nigel Rothfels and anthropologist Garry Marvin, and published by the Pennsylvania State University Press.
The Journal is a focus of inquiry, argument, and exchange dedicated to exploring the moral dimension of our relations with animals.