Date and place: 25th of May, 2016; the Old Council Chamber, Wills Memorial Building (University of Bristol)
A 1-day conference to be held on May 25, 2016, on the subject of ‘Animals under Capitalism: Art and Politics’. The conference aims to explore the relations between capitalism and animal life, and will emphasise the following themes:
The conference will be followed by a Roundtable on 26 May, which is open to the public (please register here).
The event will comprise a postgraduate-led discussion on the lives of animals under the aegis of capitalism. Topics include animals and Marxism, animals in art, and animals and the law.
Date and place: 25 May, 2016; Old Council Chamber, University of Bristol
The conference will begin at 09:00 and finish around 18:30. Lunch and refreshments will be included.
The conference forms part of a series of events running from 17th - 27th May for the Institute for Advanced Studies' theme of ANIMALS: Non-Human and Human ALIKE
Please email Michael Malay (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any enquiries.
Supported by the Bristol Institute for Research in the Humanities and Arts (BIRTHA)