Washington, DC, March 17-18, 2014.
In a first for Australia, a conference with a focus on large animals in rescue situations, disasters, transport safety and event related incidents will be held in South Australia this November.
Panel: Representing Animals: Nonhuman ‘Others’ in Human Publics.
20-24 November 2013.Chicago, IL
11 – 12 October 2013.University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
This meeting will look at a range of ways in which animal studies might address birds, insects, bats or other winged creatures.
This symposium brings together cross-disciplinary approaches to ecological studies to explore symbioses between creation and criticism.
The Year 2050 might seem far away, but the current generation of children will only be in their forties and will be raising families. This series of lectures targets three of the key issues that will likely shape the nature of human food in 2050. All lectures are free and open to the public.
ICAS 3rd European Conference.
28-30 November 2013. Karlsruhe, Germany
Listen as Associate Professor Darryl Jones, Griffith University, outlines the fourth Australian Animal Studies Group conference.