More information to come, but see you in Berkeley for this conference which will address (How) Does Religion/Atheism Help or Hinder Animal Rights/Respect for Animals/Ethical Veganism?
I'll be discussing Christianity.
In the Forestry Building Auditorium
I'll be joining the members and guests of the Canton Vegetarian club to help celebrate their 30th anniversary!
At Chateau Michele, 2231 44th Street NW; Canton Ohio
People can make reservations for the dinner by calling Canton Vegetarian Club's voicemail at 330-649-0508 and following the prompts. Reservations are due by Monday, Oct 19 at 9 pm. Price is $22 members of VCC and $24 non-members cash or check at the door. No credit cards. Four-course vegan meal will be served.
Please note: They tell me that online event notices saying you plan to attend are not accepted as dinner/lecture reservations..
They will let people come in at 8 pm to hear the lecture. Cost will be $5.
The Sexual Politics of Meat Slide Show comes to Buffalo!
Science Hall Commons
To celebrate the publication of her new collection of essays, The Carol J. Adams Reader, WordSpace hosts the author as part of our First Hearings Series. Following the reading, she will be in conversation with Dallas artist Pamela Nelson.
The Sexual Politics of Meat, Carol Adams in conversation with writer and comedian and vegan Sara Pascoe at the Bloomsbury Institute.
This will be an exciting interdisciplinary conference on milk, at which I am honored to be one of the speakers.
Making Milk: The Past, Present and Future of Our Primary Food
EHESS, Paris, 27-28 May 2016
Lots of interesting papers to be presented. I'll be talking on Friday about "Feminized Protein: Meaning, Implications, and Representations"
Lots of other good papers, too. I'll be posting more information as it becomes available.
Location for Friday: “Salle Lombard,” 96 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris
The Sexual Politics of Meat Slide Show!
On the eve of Earth Day, The Sexual Politics of Meat Slide Show comes to Oberlin!
Join us at Craig Auditoriums in the Science Center. 119 Woodland Street, Lorian, Ohio.
Join the Whidbey Institute community as we look through the lens of non-human rights at a range of social justice issues, identify ways in which we can better collaborate between and among movements, and examine the impact of speciesism on humans, other animals, and the planet. My contribution will be a discussion of The Sexual Politics of Meat and bringing a feminist perspective to issues of species.
"Witnessing Against Violence: 25 Years After The Sexual Politics of Meat" An hour-long teleconference
We will be celebrating the publication of Laura Wright's The Vegan Studies Project, for which I wrote the foreword, at Malaprops! The new edition of The Sexual Politics of Meat will also be available. Twenty-five years later, and we celebrate that now we can talk about "vegan studies"! Celebrate with us and support Malaprops, the beloved Asheville bookstore!