Weekly Round Up – March 15, 2010 (Beware the Ides of March)
I know this is late, blame daylight savings time. Also, this is going to be a short one.
- Global Animal: An Animal Studies Conference. September 27-28th 2010, University of Wollongong NSW Australia. More details here.
- Ocean Past III. Trinity College, Dublin. November 18-20th, 2010. More details here.
- A call for manuscripts for the new Critical Animal Studies book series. More details here, just in case you missed them.
- The New York Post had a good article on children becoming vegetarian. Though Erik Marcus is right, why are they still letting Nina Planck act like an expert?
- Scu made a post on the weirdness of the argument that being for animals means you are somehow against humans. That resulted in a series of interesting responses. In this case, Levi Bryant has a great post up, and Peter Gratton has three posts. See here, here, and here.