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Environmental ethics in V4 countries

30. 9. - 1. 10. 2016
Banská Bystrica, Slovensko


Tato konference si klade za cíl vytvořit prostor pro diskuzi expertů ze zemí V4 o současných otázkách týkajících se environmentální etiky. Země V4 sdílí podobnou socialistickou minulost, která ovlivnila vnímanou hodnotu životního prostředí v tom smyslu, že je podceňováno a vnímáno jako pouhý zdroj pro naše využívání.

Okruhy témat:

  • Práva zvířat a etika

  • Příroda a kultura, environmentální etika ve vztahu k vědě

  • Hodnoty environmentální etiky

Uzávěrka pro posílání abstraktů: 15. září 2016.

Registrační formulář.

Podrobnější info v angličtině najdete zde.

 


CARE: Conference on Animal Rights in Europe

29. - 31. 7. 2016
Varšava, Polsko


Dovolujeme si vás pozvat na první varšavskou mezinárodní konferenci věnovanou právům zvířat, která se bude konat 29. - 31. července 2016.

Pořadatelem této konference je polská nezisková organizace Otwarte Klatki (Open Cages)

Cílem konference je poskytnout prostor pro navazování kontaktů a sdílení dovedností a také poskytnout místo pro diskuzi ohledně strategií, vizí a směrů v hnutí za práva zvířat.

Rovněž chceme podpořit solidaritu s novými organizacemi, které teprve vstupují do hnutí za práva zvířat. Chceme povzbudit aktivisty z východní Evropy a všech dalších zemí, které nemají tak dlouhou historii ochrany zvířat.

Během třídenního programu konference se vystřídá 50 řečníků a workshopů (2/3 v angličtině a 1/3 v polštině) ve struukturovaných blocích:
- Úspěšné kampaně
- Psychologie konzumace masa
- Veganské kampaně
- Politika práv zvířat
- Fundraising
- Psychologická hygiena pro aktivisty
- Investigace
- Zakládání organizace
- Firemní spolupráce
- Lobbying
- Efektivní altruismus a zvířata

Brzy bude na webu publikován seznam řečníků a detailní program. Chcete-li jej dostat jako první, zapište se prosím do newsletteru na http://www.careconf.eu

Facebooková událost: CARE: Conference on Animal Rights in Europe



 

Práva zvířat z perspektivy filozofie, sociologie a práva, Praha, ČR

datum konání: 29. 5. 2014

 

ÚSTAV STÁTU A PRÁVA AV ČR Vás srdečně zve na diskusní setkání PRÁVA ZVÍŘAT Z PERSPEKTIVY FILOZOFIE, SOCIOLOGIE A PRÁVA, které se bude konat dne 29. května 2014 od 15 hodin v zasedací síni ÚSP AV ČR, Národní 18, Praha 1, 7. patro

KAPACITA JE OMEZENA NA 30 OSOB!

Přihlášky prosím zasílejte na mullerova@ilaw.cas.cz

PROGRAM

PhDr. Tereza Vandrovcová (Katedra sociologie, Filozofická fakulta UK v Praze)
Morální status zvířat v teorii a praxi

Dr. David Černý (Ústav státu a práva AV ČR)
Speciesismus a liberacionismus

JUDr. Adam Doležal, L.L.M. (Ústav státu a práva AV ČR)
Zvíře jako subjekt přirozených práv

JUDr. Hana Müllerová, Ph.D. (Ústav státu a práva AV ČR)
Zvířata jako subjekty práva a nositelé subjektivních práv?

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Non-human in Social Science III: Past Trajectories - Future Prospects, Praha, ČR

http://www.fhs.cuni.cz/nonhuman

deadline: 10 September 2012

datum konání: 17 and 18 November 2012

email: nonhuman@email.cz

The 2012 conference seeks to create an intellectually stimulating environment for the debate about the non-human and its role in (re)shaping (the future of) social science. We thus welcome papers addressing theoretical, methodological, and epistemological issues, the papers dealing with the past developments of the non-human concept, the evaluation of its strengths and weeknesses as well as empirical examples of its usage. We also strive to open the topic of the future development of the concept and the possibilities it can offer to researchers and scholars across social sciences.

 

 

11th Annual North American Conference for Critical Animal Studies, Canisius College, Buffalo, New York, USA

http://www.criticalanimalstudies.org/conference-for-critical-animal-studies/north-american-conference-for-cas/

datum konání: 2nd-4th March 2012

email: kimberlyannsocha@gmail.com
As worldwide economies collapse and socio-political revolutions arise in response to education tuition increases, job losses, tax increases, land rights, and religious division, governments are collapsing only to be hijacked by corporations. In the US, national and transnational banks and financial institutions are being bailed out by the government, while common people are kicked out of their homes and fired from their jobs so corporations can save money. Simultaneously, global revolutionary fervor increases against corporations, banks, and corrupt financial institutions. People are demanding their rights and their nations back. The results of this backlash are police brutality and political repression toward activists worldwide. The theme of this year’s annual North American Conference for Critical Animal Studies is based on inquiry into how economic markets locally, regionally, nationally and globally affect nonhuman animals.

 

 

Critical Perspectives on Animals in Society, University of Exter, UK

http://animalsinsociety.wordpress.com

datum konání: 10th March 2012

email: animalsinsociety@googlemail.com

This exciting event will bring together postgraduate students focussing on human-animal relations, critical animal studies and anthrozoology, as well as activists, campaigning organisations and interested members of the public. Everyone is welcome to attend.

 

 

Non-human in anthropology II, Praha, ČR

limits and boundaries of social science

http://www.fhs.cuni.cz/nonhuman/

deadline: 10. 10. 2011

datum konání: 19.-20. 11. 2011

email: nonhuman@email.cz

 

Anthropologists as well as scholars form a wide range of other disciplines of humanities, social, historical or environmental sciences are cordially welcome to participate. The conference is international, thus scholars from Central European region as well as beyond are encouraged to apply.

 

The conference seeks to create an intellectually stimulating environment for the debate about the non-human of (social science) research and its role in re-defining the limits and boundaries of social science. We welcome papers addressing theoretical, methodological, and epistemological issues as well as papers dealing with particular non-human themes. For more details see our "conference themes" section. Thus the working language of the conference is English.

 

2nd European Conference for Critical Animal Studies, Praha, ČR

"RECONFIGURING THE ‘HUMAN’/’ANIMAL’ BINARY – RESISTING VIOLENCE”

deadline: 3. 7. 2011

datum konání: 15.-16. 10. 2011

email: tereza@humanimal.cz

 

This two-day interdisciplinary conference will critically explore a variety of issues concerning the historic, current, and future situation of nonhuman animals across globally interconnected societies. Adopting a Critical Animal Studies perspective this conference seeks to interrogate not only the ‘question of the animal’ but also, with urgency, the deteriorating lived circumstances of many nonhuman animals. We are especially pleased to be hosting this conference in association with the Institute for Critical Animal Studies (ICAS) as the 2nd Annual European Conference for Critical Animal Studies. 

 

We welcome participation from activists, academics (sociologists, philosophers, geographers, historians, anthropologists etc.) and hybrids of the two. The conference will be completely vegan.

 

 

Animal Minds, Indiana, USA

http://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/node/37761

deadline: 30. 9. 2010

datum konání: 22-26. 6. 2011

e-mail: bellanca@uscsumter.edu

 

Literary, cultural, scientific, media studies, or other approaches to the notion of non-human animal “mind,” including but not limited to animal consciousness and subjectivity; animal “voices” and literary ventriloquism; animal narrators; animal communication or emotion; concepts of animal souls, afterlife, etc. Please email a 300-word abstract and a brief bio by September 30

 

 

Zoosemiotics and Animal Representations, Estonsko

http://www.ut.ee/SOSE/conference/2011_zoosemiotics/index.html

deadline: 15.9.2010

datum konání: 4-8. 4. 2011

e-mail: timo.maran@ut.ee

 

Hoping that you might find it of interest we remind you of the conference "Zoosemiotics and Animal Representations" to be held in Tartu, Estonia on 4-8 April 2011. Our aim is to bring together scholars studying different aspects of semiotics of animals, animal representations, animal communication and zoosemiotics. Please find attached the conference CFP.
 

The deadline for the abstracts is 15 September 2010.To submit a proposal, interested scholars should e-mail an abstract (300-600 words) and a bio-note (less than 100 words) to the address zoosemiotics@semiootika.ee. The abstract and bio-note should be sent together in one file (.doc or .rtf) attached to the e-mail.
 

 

Sex, Gender, Species Wesleyan University, USA

http://sexgenderspecies.conference.wesleyan.edu/

deadline: 1. 10. 2010

datum konání: 25.-26. 2. 2011

e-mail: lgruen@wesleyan.edu + Kweil@wesleyan.edu

 

The growing field of animal studies has turned critical attention to the real conditions and stakes of human-animal relations. It has also become a new and important focus for debates over identity and difference that have embroiled academic theory over the past quarter century. Recent scholarship on animal otherness as well as discussions of how to traverse boundaries of difference often draws upon a history of feminist theory and practice even as this borrowing remains unacknowledged. The purpose of this conference is to foreground the relations between feminist and animal studies and to examine the real and theoretical problems that are central to both fields of inquiry.

 

We are soliciting abstracts for papers that can be presented in 30 minute time slots. Selected presenters will receive a $1000 honorarium to cover travel expenses. We invite extended submissions of versions of presented papers for a special issue of Hypatia on Animal Others.

 

 

Non-human in anthropology, ČR

http://www.fhs.cuni.cz/nonhuman/

deadline: 25. 10. 2010

datum konání: 4.-5. 12. 2010

 

Anthropologists as well as scholars from a wide range of other disciplines of humanities, social, historical or environmental sciences are cordially welcome to participate. The conference is international, thus scholars from Central European region as well as beyond are encouraged to apply.

 

The aim of the conference is to create an intellectually stimulating environment for debate about the non-human of (social) science research. Thus the working language of the conference is English.

 

 

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