VETERINARIzATION OF EUROPE?
HUNTING FOR WILD BOAR FUTURES IN THE TIME OF AFRICAN SWINE FEVER
A project that pursues a collaborative, ethnographic investigation into the relationship between three understudied subjects in anthropology: veterinary medicine, recreational hunting, and wild boars.
News, publications and more of our activities
Public outreach 1. 12. 2023 André Thiemann on Radio Prague International Recently our postdoctoral researcher André Thiemann was interviewed by the German service of Radio Prague International about his work at CAS in the framework of the Boar project.
Events 27. 11. 2023 Symbiotic Methods | EASST-4S 2024 Panel | Call for Papers Call for Papers for the panel, ‘Symbiotic methods: more-than-human companions for knowing’ to be held at EASST-4S 2024 Making and Doing Transformations to be held in Amsterdam, 16-19 July 2024
Presentations 15. 11. 2023 Of Least Concern: Porcine Overabundance in the Anthropocene On November 8-11, 2023, Marianna Szczygielska participated virtually in the annual conference of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) where she co-organized a panel on "Queer and Feminist Approaches to Extinction, De-extinction, and Species Revival." Marianna also presented a paper titled Of Least Concern: Porcine Overabundance in the Anthropocene.
Publications 13. 11. 2023 The many boar identities: understanding difference and change in the geographies of European wild boar management Seven members of the BOAR team led by Erica von Essen and Kieran O’Mahony published an article titled ‘The many boar identities: understanding difference and change in the geographies of European wild boar management’ in Journal of Environmental Planning and Management https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09640568.2023.2269312
Presentations 17. 10. 2023 Zoonotic Implications of non-zoonotic animal diseases – the case of African Swine Fever On 13. 10. 2023 Ludek Broz took part in the conference Zoonoses: Multi-species transmission of pathogens and pandemic preparedness (University of Bergamo).
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