7th Annual Students for Critical Animal Studies Conference April 2022

Students for Critical Animal Studies will be hosting a fully virtual conference on April 2nd, 2022

Possible Topics Include, but are not limited to:
Anarchism
Art and Activism
Critical Pedagogy/Humane Education
Critical Criminology
Critical Geography
Critical Theory
Decolonizing
Disability Studies
Economic Justice
Environmental Justice
Feminism, Gender and Sexuality
Food Justice
Globalization
Green Criminology
Human Rights
Intersectionality
Latinx Studies
LGBTTQQIA Studies
Open Rescue
Pan-African Studies
Posthumanism
Restorative/Transformative Justice
Social Movements
Veganism
Youth Justice

Presentations can take the form of a talk, spoken word/poetry reading, interactive projects, workshops or readings of short original works of fiction.

Proposals are due February 1, 2022
Please Submit the following in a Word Doc as an attachment in an email:
1. Abstract/Description: 200-250 words, third person, one paragraph
2. Biography: 80-100 words, third person, one paragraph
3. Submit to: scas.conferences@gmail.com
Email Subject Title: SCAS 2022 Conference

Free and Open to the Public
Via Zoom Webinar

Conference Organizers: Nathan Poirier (Graduate student of sociology at Michigan State University) and Sarah Tomasello (Graduate Student of Biodiversity, Wildlife, and Ecosystem Health at University of Edinburgh)

What is SCAS?

The Students for Critical Animal Studies (SCAS), rooted in animal liberation and anarchism, is an international association of students, from high schools, to online colleges, to graduate schools. These students are dedicated to the abolition of animal and ecological exploitation, and to dismantling all systems of oppression in hopes for a just, equitable, inclusive and peaceful world. SCAS Challenges students to view social justice from a more inclusive and intersectional perspective, while providing a forum for the meeting of academia and activism
This 7th annual conference will provide a platform for students, activists, and professors to assess animal liberation, oppression and domination theoretically and empirically. Our hope is that the conference will encourage both a productive reflection that challenges normalcy of systemic oppression and networking among those who do academic and pragmatic social justice work.

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