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Announcement ::
Animal Liberation Association Conference, Syracuse University
17 Jan 2004
First Annual
Animal Liberation Student Association Conference
Syracuse University

April 23-24, 2004

Presenters Schedule Location Call for Presentations Register



The Center on Animal Liberation Affairs is pleased to announce the First Annual Student Association Conference on April 24th, 2004 on the Syracuse University Campus. This two-day conference will feature guest speakers, panel discussions and presentations of papers by students--graduate and undergraduate. The conference is multi-disciplinary and encourages students from any course of study to submit proposals. Since presentations are limited to graduate and undergraduate students, the CALA Student Conference is an ideal place for a first conference presentation in an academic setting, especially for undergraduate students moving into graduate work.

Sponsored by The Student Environmental Action Coalition, Syracuse Animal Rights Organization, Center on Animal Liberation Affairs, www.getvegan.com, My Body Is My Temple, and The American Indian Movement, Bite Back Magazine
First Annual
Animal Liberation Student Association Conference
Syracuse University

April 23-24, 2004

Presenters Schedule Location Call for Presentations Register



The Center on Animal Liberation Affairs is pleased to announce the First Annual Student Association Conference on April 24th, 2004 on the Syracuse University Campus. This two-day conference will feature guest speakers, panel discussions and presentations of papers by students--graduate and undergraduate. The conference is multi-disciplinary and encourages students from any course of study to submit proposals. Since presentations are limited to graduate and undergraduate students, the CALA Student Conference is an ideal place for a first conference presentation in an academic setting, especially for undergraduate students moving into graduate work.

Sponsored by The Student Environmental Action Coalition, Syracuse Animal Rights Organization, Center on Animal Liberation Affairs, www.getvegan.com, My Body Is My Temple, and The American Indian Movement



Jeff Watkins, co-founder of Animal Defense League
Lauren Eastwood, Syracuse University, Sociology Department
Kevin Jonas, Stop Huntingdon Life Science
Kim Stallwood, Director and Lecturer at the Institute for Animals and Society
Steve Best, Chair of the Philosophy Department, University of Texas, El Paso
Anthony J. Nocella II, Syracuse University, Doctorate Student
Lawrence Sampson, American Indian Movement
Filmmaker and Activist Josh Harper, reclaimmedia.com
Rick Bogle, activist and co-founder of the Primate Freedom Project

Paper Presentations

Undergraduates

Kevin Pielusczak, Syracuse University, Undergraduate Student
Erin Fitzgerald, Syracuse, University, Undergraduate Student
Billy Prusinowski, Syracuse University, Undergraduate Student

Graduates

Matthew Walton, Syracuse University, Graduate Student


First Annual
Animal Liberation Student Association Conference
Syracuse University

April 23-24, 2004

Presenters Schedule Location Call for Presentations Register



Invite to Activists and Academics

Presentations and academic papers are welcomed on any area of animal liberation philosophy from any discipline, social movement, non-students, activists, and academic levels – undergraduate, graduate, doctorate, and professors. Because a major goal of the Center on Animal Liberation Affairs is to foster philosophical, critical, and analytic thinking about animal liberation, papers that contribute to this project will be given priority (especially papers that address critical theory, political philosophy, social movement analysis, tactical analysis, feminist, activism and academia, continental philosophy or post-colonial perspectives). We especially encourage contributions that engage animal liberation in disciplines and debates that have received little previous attention.

The deadline for paper and presentation proposals are February, 15th, 2004.

Please send a proposal of no more than 1,000 words, not counting bibliography. You may propose individual or group ‘panel’ presentations, but please make clear what the structure of your proposal would be. You should also include a single page with biographical information and a 150-word abstract. All proposals will be blind reviewed with preference given to papers focusing on serious philosophical issues. Authors of proposals accepted will notified by email by the latest February 30th, 2004.

Please send proposals and abstracts to:

studentassociation (at) cala-online.org.

Please send all documents as attachments, MS Word 2000 (or higher) or Rich-Text.

Confirmation of receipt will be emailed within one week of receipt.
See also:
http://www.cala-online.org
http://www.syracuseanimalrights.com

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