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From Nationalism to Intersectionality in Animal Advocacy by Nick Pendergrast

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From Nationalism to Intersectionality in Animal Advocacy by Nick Pendergrast

  1. 1. From Nationalism to Intersectionality in Animal Advocacy Nick Pendergrast Animal Nationalisms: Multispecies cultural politics, race, and nation (un)building narratives
  2. 2. “Cruelty-Free” “Australia Day”? • Animals Australia: • ‘Cheers to a Cruelty-Free Australia Day! • ‘If you're like us then you're probably already salivating in anticipation of BBQ-on-the- beach-with-your-mates-day on January 26th.’
  3. 3. Live Export = Animal Nationalism x 31 Let’s keep jobs in Australia
  4. 4. Nationalism and Intersectionality? • ‘…We aim to re-imagine how animals may feature in more ‘inclusive nationalisms’ or ‘just nationalisms’ that attend to difference within and across species’. • Ethnic/cultural vs territorial/political nationalism.
  5. 5. • Maneesha Deckha. 2008, ‘Disturbing Images: Peta and the Feminist Ethics of Animal Advocacy’ in Ethics and the Environment, 13(2), pp. 35-76 (specifically pages 48-49). • Esther Alloun (Palestine-Israel), Kadri Aavik (Estonia). Nick Pendergrast. 2018: • ‘PETA, Patriarchy and Intersectionality’ in Animal Studies Journal, 7(1), pp. 59-79. • ‘Intersectional AdvocacyTendsTo Bring In Less Money’ on faunalytics.org *consistentantioppression.com
  6. 6. • My work: search ‘nick pendergrast conversation’. • nicholas.pendergrast@unimelb.edu.au (PowerPoint with links) • Freedomofspecies.org

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