Unruly Creatures 3

April 23, 2013
London Graduate School, Kingston University

Flett theatre, Natural History Museum
Cromwell Rd London
London SW7 5BD
United Kingdom

Main speakers:

Giovanni Aloi
Editor of Antennae
Andrew Dodds
Robert McKay
University of Sheffield
Jennifer Parker-Starbuck
University of Roehampton

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Organised by the London Graduate School, Kingston University, and the Centre for Arts and Humanities Research, Natural History Museum, London

This is the third in a series of one-day conferences that analyse and discuss the various ways in which animals have been used in the humanities and contemporary arts, the political and theoretical implications of this use, and the manner in which animals have resisted this appropriation such that they might enter into political discourse. With examples taken from philosophy, history, and the arts, it will also examine whether there is an animal political identity, and even new ways of thinking about revolution that might be called 'animal'.

Registration is free but booking required.

Registration:   http://unrulycreatures3.eventbrite.com/?ref=ecount

For further information contact Professor John Mullarkey:j.mullarkey@kingston.ac.uk

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April 23, 2013, 2:00pm BST

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