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 2. 7. 2021 Interview with Paul G. Keil on Morethanhuman matters Paul G. Keil was interviewed by Sophie Chao for her project Morethanhuman matters.
People 1. 7. 2021 Kieran O'Mahony Kieran is interested in (feral) rewilding, biosecurity and changing wild boar geographies.
Events 4. 03. 2021 · 16:00 Nonhuman Heroes and Villains: A Cross Project Conversation BOAR team co-organized a cross-project webinar together with two other ERC projects "The Global War Against the Rat and the Epistemic Emergence of Zoonosis (University St Andrews) & "Refiguring Conservation in/for “the Anthropocene”: the Global Lives of the Orangutan" (Brunel University London) on the 4 March 2021.
Presentations 9. 12. - 11. 12. 2020 Symposium L’animal à l’Anthropocène On December 11th, Luděk Brož gave an online presentation titled "Chasing the Trojan Boar: recreational hunters and the pork industry’s war on African Swine Fever" as a part of the symposium "L’animal à l’Anthropocène".
Presentations 20. 10. 2020 · 14:30 CEH Virtual Seminar with Erica von Essen and Kieran O’Mahony On the 20th October Erica von Essen and Kieran O’Mahony gave a talk at the CEH Virtual Seminar entitled “Hunting, Haunting, and the Wayward Wild Boar.”
Presentations 8. 10. - 9. 10. 2020 Luděk Brož delivered a keynote in Vienna On the 8th October, Luděk Brož, the PI, gave a keynote lecture at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna for the first digital conference for the Network of Veterinary Humanities “Doing Animal Health in more-than-human worlds” (8th–9th October 2020).