Lunch talk: The Development of Animal welfare and the Suffragette movement
Associate Professor Karin Dirke from the Department of Culture and Aesthetics gives a lunch talk sharing how suffragette and animal rights movements have historically overlapped.
This conversation is held in Accelerator’s foyer and broadcasted live on Accelerator’s Facebook page , where it is possible to ask questions to the participants via the comments section. The event is recorded and available on Accelerator’s podcast and YouTube channel. The conversation is in Swedish.
Lunch available at the Accelerator café.
Associate Professor in History of Ideas at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, Stockholm University. Her research mainly concerns different aspects of human/animal-studies and Environmental Humanities research collaborations.
Admission free but capacity on site is limited. Registration required via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.