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Queen Margaret University

Queen Margaret Drive

Room 2109

Musselburgh

EH21 6UU

United Kingdom

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Free lunchtime seminar exploring human-animal interactions across tourism, events, animal assisted activities and interventions, and employment contexts. This informal networking session will include talks from:

Paula Danby (Queen Margaret University) Gendered Equine Relations and Emotional Encounters within Leisure and Tourism: A Post-human Approach

Dasha Grajfoner (Heriot Watt University) Human Animal Interactions and mental health

Rebecca Finkel (Queen Margaret University) A Post-Humanist Investigation into Human-Equine Relational Well-Being: A Case of the Rodeo

Kate Sang (Heriot-Watt University) ‘At home, he’s a pet, at work he’s a colleague and my right arm’: Police dogs and the emerging posthumanist agenda.

Please bring your lunch along and join us for an informal seminar, room 2109 - please email us if you have work you would like to present or discuss

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. There is limited parking so we suggest taking the train from Edinburgh or the number 30 or 45 Lothian Buses

Contact Kate at k.sang@hw.ac.uk for more details

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Queen Margaret University

Queen Margaret Drive

Room 2109

Musselburgh

EH21 6UU

United Kingdom

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