Prior Academic Lectures

 

conferences

(2017, March). A Case Study on Bloomington, IN's Interspecies Homeless Population. Presented at the Annual IPSL Advocacy Research Day Symposium - College of Mount St. Vincent, Riverdale, NY. 

(2016, November). Human-Animal Interactions: Implications for Wellness and Social Work Education. Presented at the Advancing Collaborative Practice Through Social Work Education - Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

(2016, September). Including the Human-Animal Bond in Case Management. Presented at the National Association of Case Management Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

(2015, October). Skid Row--A Case Example of High Density Interspecies Homelessness. Presented at the Veterinary Wellness and Social Work Summit - University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. 

(2013, June). My Dog is My Home: Increasing Awareness of Inter-Species Homelessness in Theory and Practice. Presented at the Breaking the Silence on Global and Local Intersections of Ethnicity, Spirituality, and Nonhuman Animals - North American Conference for Critical Animal Studies, Minneapolis, MN.

(2013, May). My Dog is My Home: Increasing Awareness of Inter-Species Homelessness in Theory and Practice. Presented at Funny Kinds of Love: The Ethics and Affects of Human-Animal Relationships Conference - Center for Science, Technology, Medicine & Society at University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

(2013, April). My Dog is My Home: Increasing Awareness of Inter-Species Homelessness in Theory and Practice. Presented at the Annual Meeting on the California American Studies Association, San Diego, CA.

 

Guest Lectures

The Human-Animal Dynamic, Social Work Department, West Chester University - June 2016.

USC Occupational Therapy and Science Council, University of Southern California - April 2015.

Animal Assisted Therapy in Social Work, Silver School of Social Work, New York University - February 2016

Sociology of Animals, Nature, and Social Change, Brock University - December 2015.

Social Workers Advancing the Human-Animal Bond, National Association of Social Workers, New York City Chapter - October 2015.

Art, Archives, and Affinities: Exploring Social Justice Across Disciplinary Boundaries, Social Justice Research Institute, Brock University - December 2014.

My Dog is My Home: The Experience of Human-Animal Homelessness, National Museum of Animals & Society - November 2013.

 

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