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L03b


Intersections of Medical Humanities and Animal Studies: methodological and interdisciplinary dialogues and challenges II 
Convenors:
Christos Lynteris (University of St Andrews)
Jules Skotnes-Brown (University of St Andrews)
Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva (University of St Andrews)
Ollie French (St Andrews)
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Format:
Labs
Sessions:
Wednesday 31 March, 16:30-18:00 (UTC+1)

Short Abstract:

The lab will bring together scholars from across the disciplinary divide to discuss methodological questions, interdisciplinary challenges and collaboration pathways at the intersection of the Medical Humanities & Animal Studies

Long Abstract

Convened by the Global War Against the Rat and the Epistemic Emergence of Zoonosis project, the lab will bring together scholars from across the disciplinary divide to share and discuss methodological and interdisciplinary questions, challenges and collaboration pathways at the intersection of the Medical Humanities and Animal Studies. Each session will focus on a theme that will allow participants to discuss in free-format questions and challenges in their respective research field with the aim of sharing experiences and methodological tools, as well as ideas of expanding and unsettling interdisciplinary collaboration. Session 1 will focus on approaches to zoonosis. Session 2 will focus on approaches to epidemiological reasoning. Session 3 will focus on approaches to environmental aspects of wild and peri-domestic animals.