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Vegan Series: The Invisibility of Animals featuring Daniel Featherston

Some are hiding, some are hidden, some are on your plate. How are nonhuman animals rendered invisible at Temple University and beyond? Who benefits from their invisibility? What are the implications of making them visible? How do we make them visible? How are human animals rendered invisible? Join us for a 90-minute exploration of these questions. Led by Dr. Daniel Featherston, Professor of English at Temple and Editor of the Lexington Press Critical Animal Studies Book Series, and moderated by vegan advocate Corey Waters, this exploration will be interactive from start to finish. This is not a lecture. Just a discussion. Come contribute, question, debate, defend, learn, and make new friends. You need not be vegan to participate.

Vegan Series is a speaker series that seeks to stimulate interactions about veganism, conscious harmlessness, and the liberation of all sentient beings.

*This is not a PAN organized event.

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  • Rainy D.

    Sorry...I work til 8:00 pm. Sounds great! Maybe you could set something up in Exton or West Chester?

    October 7, 2013

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