Call for Presentations – Asian Voices Challenging Racism, Colonialism, and Speciesism Online Conference

Call for Presentations – East and South Asian Voices Challenging Racism, Colonialism, and Speciesism Online Conference (See event page in link, Hosted by Institute for Critical Animal Studies, North America, Deadline for abstracts March 1st)

March 28, 2015
Online Free Conference
All are invited and welcome to attend
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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

With the animal advocacy movement is growing more intersectional and international, this conference strives to provide space for a growing marginalized community within the movement. This conference wants to provide space for East and South Asian ethnic background. We require that all presenters have an East or South Asian ethnic background. We are requesting all presentations promote, critical, radical, intersectional, grass-roots, and liberatory politics and promote veganism, social justice, and animal liberation.

Each presentation will be pre-recorded by the presenter via Youtube and submitted to: Hana Low
hana.low@gmail.com

Each presentation should be 20 to 25 minutes long.

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Please submit Abstract by March 1:

Video presentations due March 10:

1. Title

2. Biography third person one paragraph 80 to 100 words.

3. Abstract one paragraph 200 to 220 words.

To: Hana Low
hana.low@gmail.com / skype: hanalow

Papers will not be due until we lock in a book contract.

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SCHEDULE

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Presentation One

Link to Presentation:

Title
Hana Low

Abstract

Biography

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Presentation One – Question and Answer
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Presentation Two

Link to Presentation:

Title
Wayne Hsiung

Abstract

Biography

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Presentation Two – Question and Answer
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Presentation Three

Link to Presentation:

Title
Priya Sawhney

Abstract

Biography
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Presentation Three – Question and Answer
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Presentation Four

Link to Presentation:

Title
Penelope Low

Abstract

Biography
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Presentation Four – Question and Answer
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They seem to still be looking for Presentation Five, 6 and 7.

Images depicting evolution from a monkey to a man with a traditional Chinese long braid and I’m unsure about row 2 where a crouched man with a long braid or tail turns into a bear and into a pig.
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