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Critical Animal Studies Artist Lecture

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Date:
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Time:
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Speaker
Organizer/Author:
Erica Grossman
Email:
Location Details:
California College of the Arts- Nahl Hall
5212 Broadway (at College Ave)

The Critical Animal Studies Film and Artist Lecture Series is a student organized event at California College of the Arts. This event is open to the public.

Sunaura Taylor
March 25th 2010
7-10 PM
Nahl Hall, Oakland campus
5212 Broadway (at College Ave)

Vasile Stanescu
Feat. film Earthlings
March 30th 2010
7-10 PM
Timken Hall, San Francisco campus
1111 8th Street

* refreshments will be served

WHO ARE THE SPEAKERS?

Sunaura Taylor is an artist, writer and activist disabled from U.S military pollution, a legacy that has affected all aspects of her work, which focuses on human-animal relationships. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in the department of Art Practice with her MFA.

Vasile Stanescu is a PhD student and writer at Stanford in the Modern Thought and Literature program focusing on the image of the animal through the lens of post-colonial critical theory and food politics.

Mission Statement:
To examine our relationship to non-human animals through food, consumer alternatives, speakers, discussion, and the celebration of cruelty-free culture. How do the foods we eat and the products we buy effect non-human animals? What is Speciesism and how does it relate to Racism or Sexism? How can we promote a healthy environment for both human and non-human animals?

If you want to make the world is a better place for animals, then please join us for the Critical Animal Studies Film and Artist Lecture Series!
Added to the calendar on Mon, Mar 15, 2010 8:49PM
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