Centre for Research on Family, Kinship, & Childhood University of Leeds 5th Annual Conference R ELATING TO A NIMALS A one-day interdisciplinary conference on humans, animals, and relationships. Friday June 3rd 2005 University House, Great Woodhouse Suite, University of Leeds, UK. 9.30 a.m.-4.00 p.m. This conference will explore some of the ways in which animals are involved in human relationships and social lives. Topics include: The Human-Companion Animal Bond and Euthanasia-Related Grief. Susan Dawson and Bill Campbell, Manchester Metropolitan University. Children, Pets, and Health June McNicholas, formerly University of Warwick. Re/presenting Nature in Zoos: Animals, Pedagogy, and Familiarity. Nils Lindahl Elliot, University of the West of England. Relative Values: Genealogies of entitlement among thoroughbred racehorses and their keepers. Rebecca Cassidy, Goldsmiths College. For more details or to book a place, contact Nichola Hutchinson: Tel: 44 (0) 0113 343 4874 E-mail: N.J.Hutchinson@leeds.ac.uk Or visit: www.leeds.ac.uk/family to book online Cost = £45 (discounts available for post-graduate students) S & A 13,3_f6_273 8/11/05 2:18 PM Page 273
Society & Animals – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2005
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