Anthrozoology Student Conference
Moving Beyond the Boundaries: Turning to Face the Nonhuman Animal
'Anthrozoology looks at the many dimensions of how humans and other animals interact, yet we wish to stimulate our thoughts towards the future of human-animal relations. This three day student conference will be an exciting place to discuss new ways of being and seeing animals, both within academia but also in daily practice, and what can done to facilitate better lines of communication between the two. With increasing discussions about animal sentience and salience, how can we, as researchers, respond and engage with this? We hope to inspire dialogue in how to move forward with our research, how to encourage active participation in our fields and to improve interspecies relations.
|A Department of Sociology & Philosophy conference|
|Date||10 - 12 August 2015|
|Time||Event spans several days|
|Provider||Department of Sociology & Philosophy|
|AZSC_2015_programme.pdf||AZSC 2015 Programme (793K)|