IAVS 2020 Lectures

Heather Alberro, Nottingham Trent University
The ‘Self’ is Always Already a ‘We’: Critical Posthuman Reflections on Multispecies Assemblages Amid the Anthropocene

Stephanie Belland and Eric Legge, MacEwan University
The Psychological Cost of Animal Rescue

Lina Benjelloun and Jake Sallaway-Costello, University of Nottingham
Posthuman Pedagogies: Teaching the Social Construction of the Diet Beyond Anthropocentrism

Josephine Browne, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research
The Sociology of Disenfranchised Grief Among Vegans: Altering Discourses to Reconsider Vegan Worldviews

Elizabeth Cherry, Manhattanville College
Emancipatory Vegan Sociology: Where are We Going? Where have We Been?

Matthew Cole, Iris Craane, and Kate Stewart, Open University and Nottingham-Trent University
The Donald Watson Archive Research Project

Yasmin Koop-Monteiro, University of British Columbia
Earthling Ties and Moral Cries: Theorizing Recruitment into Animal Rights Activism

Lynda M. Korimboccus, Independent Scholar
Peppa Pig and Fingerless Fish: Not Seeing the Wood for the Trees

Catherine Oliver, University of Cambridge
Embodied Knowledges, Ethico-political Care and Veganism’s Transformative World-making Potentials

Nick Pendergrast, University of Melbourne
Who is to Blame for Harm to Animals?

Maria Martelli, Institute for Social Solidarity/Independent Scholar
“Love is in the Details”: Animal Agency through Photography within Animal Sanctuaries

Brett Mills and Claire Parkinson, University of East Anglia and Edge Hill University
Multispecies Storytelling

Alexandra Ridgway, The University of Hong Kong
Human and Non-Human Relations in Migrant Women’s Post-Divorce Family Lives

Jake Sallaway-Costello, University of Nottingham
Voice, Visibility and Veganism: Reimagining Salutogenesis through Posthuman Activism

Erek Smith, Jacksonville State University
Humanization and Dehumanization: A Social Construction Of Humans

Gavin Smith, Australian National University
Making Sense of Snake Encounters

Zoei Sutton, The University of Adelaide
Vegans in the Dog House: On Challenging Speciesism in Research for Companion Animals

Nik Taylor
An Animal Sociology of interconnecting Oppressions


Professional Development Lectures

Corey Wrenn, University of Kent
Animals and Society Spring Workshop Series, January 15 2021
Digital Networking from the Margins

Corey Wrenn, University of Kent
Matthew Cole, Open University
Rochelle Stevenson, Thompson Rivers University
IAVS, March 8, 2021
Peer-reviewing in Critical Animal Studies


Invited Talks

Vasile Stănescu, Mercer University
University of Kent School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research Faculty Lecture Series, March 25, 2021
The World is on Fire: Animal Agriculture, Climate Change, and the Path Forward

Federica Timeto, Ca’ Foscari University
A Naturalcultural Bestiary of Agencies

Jonathan Turnbull and Adam Searle, University of Cambridge
Nature Buffering: Liveness, Liveliness, and the Digital Animal Encounter

Briohny Walker and Ruby Grant, University of Tasmania
“I Know the Animals… and It Feels like Home”: A Qualitative Analysis of Older Lesbians’ Inter-species Community in Rural Tasmania

Corey Wrenn, University of Kent
A Survey of American Sociologists

Roger Yates, University College Dublin
The Battle of Ideas. The Generational Fight for the Heart of Veg