I haven't done one of these in a while.
There is an upcoming Sistah Vegan Conference, it is internet based and registration is due super soon (like, days). And there is now some scholarships possible.
Stuart Elden and Peter Gratton briefly discuss David Farrell Krell's new book, Derrida and Our Animal Others.
Speaking of which, you can now buy Stuart Elden's long anticipated book The Birth of Territory. As soon as I figure out a way to make money this year, I will spend some of it on purchasing that book. I can't wait.
There is an IAI lecture from Mark Rowlands entitled "Can Animals be Moral?" (warning video starts as soon as you click the link).
There is also a short IAI debate between Mary Midgley and Peter Singer on Humans and Animals (warning video starts as soon as you click the link).
Harper's published a cover story about slaughterhouses recently. However, if you do not have access to Harper's, the article is currently free on longform. The author of the article did a podcast interview here.
There is an excellent seeming upcoming conference, Why Do Animal Studies?.
Lastly, it seems Azathoth is coming to Oklahoma City. You have been warned.
Okay, Neko Case has a new album, it is amazing, and this song might have something to do with recent discussions going on.