This series will explore animal-human relationships from a range of different philosophical, political and practical perspectives. it aims to look deeply at the social, ethical and individual implications of how we, as humans, understand and interact with non-human animals in today’s world.
The Alderman (upstairs), 134 Lygon St East Brunswick
45 minute presentation, 45 minute open conversation
Not A Dog: The History, Vili Cation And Politics Of Dingoes
What Is The Connection Between The Oppressions Of Women And Animals?
Choosing Compassion In A Ruthless World: Barriers To Ethical Decision Making
The Happy Hen on your Supermarket Shelf
Animals And The Social Imaginary: Racing And Rescuing Greyhounds