The meeting is organised under the auspices of the Animal Research Nexus (AnNex) on behalf of the British Animal Studies Network, with thanks to Keble College, Oxford.
It comprises of three sessions which will be held online on three separate days:
Friday 18 September 2020 3-5PM BST
Session 1: Living in the Borderlands Chair: Beth Greenhough
Friday 25 September 2020 3-5PM BST
Session 2: Narrating, negotiating and performing border crossings Chair: Reuben Message
Friday 2 October 2020 3-5PM BST
Session 3: The human-animal interface Chair: Alexandra Palmer
PLEASE NOTE - The three sessions are separate events on different days. Please select a separate ticket for each of the sessions you would like to attend when prompted on the meeting Eventbrite page Booking closes on 16 September 2020.
Papers will be pre-recorded and shared with participants in advance of the sessions. The online sessions will involve speakers giving a brief introduction to their paper followed by general discussion structured around participant questions submitted in advance. Participants will also be able tweet questions during the sessions using the hashtag #BASNBorderlands, or ask questions via the Chat function on Teams.
This event is free, however we suggest that you make a donation to your local animal charity in lieu of a registration fee.