Animal Geographies Graduate Student Presentation Competition 2021

Type: Virtual Panel
Theme: Animal Geography Specialty Group Curated Track
Sponsor Groups: Animal Geography Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/9/2021
Start / End Time: 1:30 PM / 2:45 PM (PST)
Room: Virtual 4
Organizers: Stephanie Rutherford
Chairs: Stephanie Rutherford

Description

In this session, four panelists will present their work for the Animal Geographies Specialty Group Graduate Student Award.

Mollie Holmberg - "Constructing captive ecology at the aquarium: Hierarchy, care, violence, and the limits of control"

Jacquelyn Johnson - "Death in the dark: Ethical considerations of making animal death visible through public records data mining in multispecies research"

Robert Anderson - "Producing wolves: The (bio)political animal geography of wolf conservation in Washington state"

Courtney Berne - "Equine as equalizer: Human-equine mythologies & Black urban horsemanship"



Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Introduction Stephanie Rutherford Trent University 5 1:30 PM
Panelist Jacquelyn Johnston Florida International University 15 1:35 PM
Panelist Mollie Holmberg University of British Columbia 15 1:50 PM
Panelist Robert Anderson University of Washington 15 2:05 PM
Panelist Courtney Berne Geography and Urban Studies Department Temple University 15 2:20 PM

To access contact information login