Are animals people or possessions?
Date: 3pm - 3.50pm | Sunday 15 July 2018
Venue: AHMS GO30
The relationship between humans and animals has always been ambivalent. Often seen as companions, animals have at the same time been instrumentalised as beasts of burden and sources of food. Join our panel as they consider the evolving legal and social status of animals, from the French Revolution to the wars of the twentieth century.
Free event — Make sure you arrive a bit early to get the best seat! There’s no registration required.
Presented by the French Department, The University of Adelaide