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
Presentations 21. 3. 2022 Presentation at the anthropological seminar of L'École normale supérieure On 3 March 2022 Luděk Brož introduced the BOAR project at the anthropological seminar of L'École normale supérieure: Les politiques de réensauvagement (rewilding) en Europe du Sud.
Presentations 18. 2. 2022 Presentation at the 2nd Congress of Catalan Anthropology On January 28, 2022, Aníbal Arregui participated at the 2nd Congress of Catalan Anthropology with a presentation entitled "Cerdos reversibles: ecologías infra-especie y el desgobierno socionatural de Barcelona" (Reversible pigs: infraspecies ecologies and the socionatural ungovernance of Barcelona).
Blog post 25. 1. 2022 Waiting for the Frost: Slaughtering Day in Transcarpathia BOAR PhD candidate, Laura Kuen, gives us her first field report from Ukraine, observing the pre-Christmas slaughter of a pig, to be offered as a gift for relatives in the city.
Publications 14. 12. 2021 Wild Boar Events and the Veterinarization of Multispecies Coexistence Broz L, Arregui AG and O’Mahony K (2021) Wild Boar Events and the Veterinarization of Multispecies Coexistence. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2:711299.
People 11. 11. 2021 Mária Málková Mária is the newest team member who has just joined the BOAR team. She will assist the team with the EU grant guidelines and rules, maintaining the schedule and all project documentation.