On Friday, October 23rd, the Yale Program in is hosting a half-day conference titled Studies The conference aims to bring together perspectives from different disciplines to discuss the connections between humans, animals, environment, health and climate in the context of our industrialized animal agriculture.
Introductory remarks will be delivered by Feral Atlas, which explores the intertwining, who is a professor of anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Tsing is the co-author of
The second panel session, titled,” will examine food system contributions to global emissions and climate change. Featured speakers are:
The conference is being organized and moderated by Jim Scott, Elisabeth Wood and Timothy Pachirat. To receive access information and pre-circulated readings, please RSVP via email to .firstname.lastname@example.org