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- The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics has postponed their Summer School Program for 2020. Please see the message from Clair Linzey, deputy director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics.
"This is an announcement I hoped I would never have to write. We had hoped against hope that the Covid-19 pandemic would be over quickly, but sadly this is not the case.
In the light this, we have had to take the disappointing decision to postpone this year’s Summer School. It is not a decision we take lightly, and we are very sorry to do so. However, since it is affecting travel plans and in the interest of everyone’s safety, we felt we had no choice. Even if the pandemic is more under control in the summer, it is looking increasingly unlikely that an event of our size would be allowed to take place.
The good news is Merton College have agreed to postpone our dates, and we are now looking at August 15-18, 2021. The topic, Animals and Public Policy, will remain the same.
The Call for Papers is closed and we have a full programme of speakers. There is a waiting list for speakers, please email email@example.com for more information. As speakers confirm their availability for August 2021, we will post the provisional programme here.
Book for the Summer School 2021 remains open. Our booking form is here.
I am personally very disappointed not to be seeing you all this year, but I hope August 2021 will be possible for you.
Every good wish
- The Music and the Moving Image Conference, scheduled for May 29 - May 31, 2020, will now be moved to an online format. Please keep an eye out for more details
- A message from PIASA:
"we regret to inform you that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing travel restrictions our joint PIASA/PSA conference in Chicago that was scheduled for June 12-14, 2020 has been CANCELLED. Those whose panels and papers were accepted for Chicago will automatically be accepted for the PIASA conference in Białystok, Poland, planned for June 2021. However, individual presenters and panel organizers will need to re-submit their paper or panel proposal when the application period opens next fall. PIASA will provide further information regarding the reimbursement of Chicago conference, banquet and tour fees. In the meantime, those who have already booked hotel reservations and/or airline tickets for Chicago should cancel them as soon as possible."