CfHAS CONFERENCE 2017 – ANIMALS AND SOCIAL CHANGE | 29 – 30th June 2017 | Liverpool, UK.
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CfHAS will host a conference on the theme of animals and social change in June 2017. We invite submissions that address these questions:
- What constitutes effective social change for other animals?
- How do particular framings of animal ethics and veganism shape strategies for intervention and change?
- How do the worlds of animal advocacy and academic research on human-animal relations speak to each other? Could more come from those interactions?
- What role do visual media, the online vegan community and documentary film-making play in effecting social change?
- How do different communities imagine progressive social change for animals taking place?
We are interested in receiving submissions of academic papers (20 minutes), short films (any genre) and poster presentations. This conference will include paper and poster presentations, film screenings and a workshop session focused on strategies for social change involving dialogue between academics, activists and advocates. The conference is designed to facilitate time and space for discussion.
This conference will be of interest to those working in critical animal studies, advocacy, grassroots activism, animal media and the vegan business community.
Please submit abstracts to: email@example.com
Closing date for abstracts: 1st March 2017
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This cross-disciplinary symposium focuses upon the intersection of film and environmentalism. Using the term ‘film’ in its broadest sense, to refer to moving image works that can be viewed via cinema, television or computer screens, we aim to foster knowledge exchange and generate dialogue between academics from the arts and humanities, philosophy, social and political sciences, and environmental sciences disciplines.
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Pre-Conference Events | 24 October 2014
Book launch: Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate. Includes a reading and Q&A with the author, Kim Stallwood. And Pre-Conference Dinner.
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Transcript of talk by Professor Claire Molloy given at the Green Party Conference, 1 March 2014. Hosted by the Vegan Society, this talk was given as part of the ‘Policy for health, social justice and sustainability Conference Fringe debate. The talk was transcribed by the Vegan Society and can be downloaded as a pdf here: