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Institute for the Humanities pres.

Humanities & Environments Faculty Panel: "Animals and Capture"

Antoine Traisnel / Bénédicte Boisseron / Joseph Trumpey

Thomas Eakins, "Horse (Chalk Grid Drawn on Body)" (ca. 1895), Platinum Print on Cream Wove Paper. Thomas Eakins, "Horse (Chalk Grid Drawn on Body)" (ca. 1895), Platinum Print on Cream Wove Paper.
Thomas Eakins, "Horse (Chalk Grid Drawn on Body)" (ca. 1895), Platinum Print on Cream Wove Paper.
During our 2018-19 Year of Humanities and Environments, we've organized faculty panels to explore contributions of humanistic inquiry around specific environmental subjects. Today: "Animals and Capture." U-M faculty explore the concept of capture in relation to animals: how do we represent animals and animality, and what meanings do captures of animals—in images, in texts, in concepts—convey?

With:

Antoine Traisnel (comparative literature, English)
Bénédicte Boisseron (Afroamerican and African studies)
Joseph Trumpey (art & design)

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