Click Here - Listen as Associate Professor Darryl Jones, Griffith University, outlines a Brisbane South Bank conference that cuts across the ordinary disciplines of most teritary institutions to look at how human and animals interrelate.

4th Biennial Australian Animal Studies Group Conference 2011.

       Animals, People - a Shared Environment   

                                  

The Australian Animal Studies Group and Environmental Futures Centre - Griffith University proudly present The 4th Biennial Australian Animals Studies Group Conference 2011 on: Animals, People - a Shared Environment

This conference will bring together animal theorists and scientists from a broad range of academic disciplines with representatives from nongovernment organisations, government officials from several nations and representatives from industry, to examine the interrelationships between human and nonhuman animals from cultural, historical, geographical, environmental, representational, moral, legal and political perspectives.

Topics include:
  • Animal Law  
  • Ethics & Welfare
  • History, Anthropology & Cultural Studies
  • Animal Behavior
  • Animals in the Environment
  • Animals & the Arts
  • Animals & Tourism
  • Others               

Proudly Hosted by:

Australian Animal Studies Group & Environmental Futures Centre - Griffith University

   


 
Global Animal: An Animal Studies Conference
  7th & 8th July 2011 at the University of Wollongong
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4th Biennial Australian Animals Studies Group Conference 2011 I 10 - 13 July 2011 I Brisbane, Qld
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