Welcome to the Animals & Society Institute’s Human-Animal Studies Report. Again this month, the Human-Animal Studies (HAS) field is active and busy, this time with an extraordinary wealth of podcasts and recorded seminars, publications, and conferences and courses.
ASI has been very active too. In the ASI News section, we are pleased to highlight some results of ASI’s efforts to support the HAS field and broaden it worldwide.
The November Human-Animal Studies Colloquium will address “Nonacademic Social Science Career Paths in Human-Animal Studies.” The colloquium will feature social scientists Dr. Teresa Tyler, Dr. Miranda Workman, and Molly Tamulevich who will discuss how they have forged successful careers outside of academia, describe their personal career paths, give some points of advice, and answer audience questions. The colloquium will take place Friday, November 18 at 9am PT/12pm ET. It is free to attend, open to the public, and includes ample Q&A time. Register here.
For more information, including Open Access chapters, news, funding opportunities, and much more, view this month’s Report here.
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As you can see, ASI is promoting a tremendous amount of activity in the field of Human-Animal Studies. We always invite your input and participation. Please send your comments, suggestions, and submissions to: email@example.com, and if possible include a URL link to your project or announcement.
Thank you for your ongoing support of our Human-Animal Studies efforts. Stay healthy and safe, and do what you can to protect those you can.