Seminar Series 2017

We are excited to announce our 2017 Seminar Series! 25th January 2017 – Professor Karen Sayer, Leeds Trinity University. “Rats and Mice are Dangerous Animals”: Control and Modernity in Rural Britain 22nd February 2017 – Dr Andrew Gardiner, University of Edinburgh. Killing and Caring: Euthanasia in Veterinary Practice 22nd March 2017 – Speaker TBC. 26thContinue reading “Seminar Series 2017”

Our Network Grows…

The Animal History Group are excited to announce that our network is rapidly growing! If you are excited about all things animal, then the interdisciplinary research network centred in the Schools of English and History at the University of Kent, is worth checking out. Since their first conference ‘Cosmopolitan Animals’ in 2012, they have beenContinue reading “Our Network Grows…”

Research Support

The Animal History Group is linked to and partly supported by the AHRC Pets and Family Life in England and Wales, 1837-1939 project at both Royal Holloway and Manchester University. Pets and Family Life in England and Wales is a major new research project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. It is theContinue reading “Research Support”