Center for the Interaction of Animals and Society

University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine | 3800 Spruce St. Phildelphia, PA 19106 | Phone: 215.898.5438

Conferences

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  • The Third Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Relations with Animals and the Natural world
    "THE CRUELTY CONNECTION: The Links Between Animal Abuse, Child Abuse, and Family Violence"
    Saturday, November 7, 1998

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  • The Fourth Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Relations with Animals and the Natural World

    "REPRESENTING ANIMALS: Framing Wildlife for Public Consumption in Zoos, Museums, and on Film

    Friday, March 19, 1999

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  • The Sixth Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Relations with Animals and the Natural World

    "Food Animal Husbandry and the New Millennium:  Ethical, Environmental, and Societal Impacts"

    Friday November 5, 1999

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  • The Seventh Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Relations with Animals and the Natural World

    "New Directions in Animal Training, Handling, and Restraint"

    Saturday, March 18, 2000, Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 3900 Delancey St., Philadelphia, PA.

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  • The Eighth Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Relations with Animals and the Natural World

    "Licensed to Kill: the Science, History, and Ethics of Hunting"

    Wednesday, April 25, 2001, The Auditorium of the Wistar Institute, 36th & Spruce Sts., Philadelphia, PA.
    • Program and General Information:
      • Patrick Bateson, FRS.
        "Science and the Hunting Debate"
      • Louis Warren
        "Farmers, Hunters, and Outlaw Gunners: Struggles in the Pennsylvania Countryside, 1900 - 1925"
      • Jan Dizard
        "Killing with Respect: Bad Faith or Good Intentions?"
      • Wayne Pacelle
        "The War on Wildlife: Sport Hunting and Commercial Trapping in the U.S."
      • Gary Varner
        "Therapeutic Hunting of Obligatory Management Species."

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