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Panel, Sat, Jan 17, 2015 with Fahim Amir, Arianna Ferrari, Chris Wilbert; Moderation: Peter Hallward

People have always been in social relations with animals. In recent years, non-human animals are increasingly seen as part of sociality. New aspects of disciplines are emerging: multispecies ethnographies, anthrozoology, animal geographies, and cross-disciplinary areas rethinking agency. Yet to date, writing on biopolitics has given little attention to the human-animal relations. Can such concepts aid a radical politics or are new theories needed?

Panel with Fahim Amir (Experimental Design, Kunstuniversität Linz), Arianna Ferrari (Innovation Research, ITAS, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), Chris Wilbert (Radical Philosophy & Geography, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge); Moderation: Peter Hallward (Radical Philosophy & Philosophy, Kingston University London)