In collaboration with ACCESS: Australian Centre for Environment, Society and Space (UOW) and the Wollongong Art Gallery, ASRN hosts a Public lecture series, held at the gallery. In 2020, the series was cancelled due to Covid, but in 2021 we are back!
March 11, 2021 – Danielle Celermajer, author of Summertime:Reflections on a Vanishing Future, in conversation with Fiona Probyn-Rapsey.
May 2021 – Chris Gibson and Andrew Warren, “Following Guitars from Factory to Forest”
June 5 Jenny Atchison “Talking to Trees”
August 12 Adrian Franklin – title tbc
September 23 – Scott McKinnon “The afterlife of disaster: how bushfires live on after the flames”
November 4th Melissa Boyde: “The Old Cow Project”
Vol 8 No 1 with an article on Animals in the Internet of Things by Nicky Evans and Alison Moore
Please join us to hear Vanessa Cavanagh speak about ‘Reigniting connections: Aboriginal women and cultural burning in NSW’. This is our second talk in the ASRN/ACCESS public lecture series on ‘Entanglements: Humans, Animals, Environments‘ in conjunction with Wollongong Art Gallery. Enjoy a glass of wine or juice and nibbles with us. All welcome – free entry.
Reigniting connections: Aboriginal Women and cultural burning in NSW
Vanessa Cavanagh – ACCES, UOW
Thursday April 11, 5 – 6.30pm
Wollongong Art Gallery, Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets Wollongong
The first of our ASRN & ACCESS lecture series on ‘Entanglements: Humans, Animals, Environments‘ in conjunction with Wollongong Art Gallery is on Thursday 21st March 2019. Please join us! Free entry and refreshments provided.
Michelle Duffy (University of Newcastle) will speak on the Practices of Environmental Listening. Thursday March 21, 5 – 6.30pm. Free entry, refreshments provided.
Wollongong Art Gallery, Cnr Kembla & Burelli Streets Wollongong.
See full year program below or click here for program and abstracts
This edition of the Animal Studies Journal presents research related to the dairy industry. Our Provocation from the Field in this issue is written by leading feminist-vegan advocate, activist and scholar Carol Adams who exposes some of the myths which conceal the exploitation and mistreatment of cows used in the industrialised production of dairy products: https://ro.uow.edu.au/asj/vol7/iss2/2/
The latest edition of the journal has just been published:
Editorial, Contents and Contributors: http://ro.uow.edu.au/asj/vol7/iss1/1/
Current Issue: Volume 6, Number 2 (2017)
Captive Wildlife at a Crossroads – Sanctuaries, Accreditation, and Humane-Washing
Delcianna J. Winders