Monthly Educational Seminar/Vegan Buffet Dinner
OF the Boston Vegetarian Society (BVS)
AT Grasshopper Vegan in Allston/Brighton
One North Beacon Street
(NEAR Twin Donuts, Walgreen's, Jackson-Mann Community School)
on #66 bus line between Harvard Square, Brookline (Coolidge Corner, Brookline Village), Longwood Medical Area, and Roxbury Crossing Orange Line.
Also #57 bus
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM Mar 21, 2010
Boston Vegetarian Society event:
Professor Paul Waldau on "Animal Studies"
Please join us for our third Sunday of the month speaker and dinner event! Thankfully, there will be a break in the heat wave, and. just in case, we are bringing some portable fans. :-)
4 PM - Speaker (FREE)
We are honored to have scholar, professor, author, and vegan Paul Waldau speak on the topic of his just released book,Animal Studies. Studies of animal issues are proliferating throughout education in many different kinds of courses--religion, philosophy, literature, history, sociology, anthropology -- and these courses can be made MOST interesting to students and the general public because finally education is engaging this important part of our world.
Paul’s new book, Animal Studies,
will be available for sale and signing, $25 cash or check,
no credit cards (cover price is $29.95)
Paul Waldau has a masters from Stanford, a doctorate from Oxford, and a Juris Doctor degree from UCLA Law. He taught veterinary ethics and policy for over a decade at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, where he was also Director of the Center for Animals and Public Policy. He has taught Animal Law at Harvard Law School since 2002, and in 2014 will again serve at Harvard as the Barker Visiting Associate Professor on Animal Law. He has also taught animal law at Boston College and Suffolk University Law Schools, and has directed the Yale Law School “Animal Law Reading Group” as well as lectured at Yale's Center for Bioethics.
Paul is an Associate Professor at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, where he is the Senior Faculty for the Master of Science graduate program in Anthrozoology.
Paul has completed five books, his most recent, Animal Studies—An Introduction, has just been released by Oxford University Press. Before that was Animal Rights: What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford University Press, 2011). He is also co-editor of A Communion of Subjects: Animals in Religion, Science, and Ethics(Columbia University Press, 2006).
5:15 PM - Social Dinner (optional)
Stay and enjoy Grasshopper's unlimited vegan buffet
for only $10.70 + tax + tip
Includes appetizers, soups, salad, and numerous entrees.
ALL WELCOME - Just turnip!