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‘Co-operation and Conflict’: Animal History Group Summer Workshop 2017

June 1, 2017
Department of History, Animal History Group/King's College London

The Anatomy Museum
6th Floor The Strand Building, King's College London
London WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom

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‘Co-operation and Conflict’ Keynote speaker: Harriet Ritvo (Arthur J. Conner Professor of History, MIT)

This one-day workshop will conclude the 2016–17 programme of events organised by the Animal History Group, the London-based network for postgraduates, academics, museum workers and other professionals whose work engages with animals in history. We are honoured to welcome Harriet Ritvo, who needs no introduction to anyone interested in this field, to deliver the keynote address; she will be speaking on her current research in a paper entitled A Whiff of Danger: Hybridity, Breed, and Wildness.

The workshop will address the broad themes of ‘Co-operation and Conflict’ within animal history. For full details, please see the following link - https://animalhistorygroup.wordpress.com/summer-workshop/

Refreshments will be provided throughout the day, including a complimentary lunch and drinks reception in the evening. If you have any dietary requirements, please drop us an email upon purchasing your ticket.

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