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Following on from the first event in April 2017 by De Montfort University, the next conference will take place on 19th September 2018 and will be held at the Radcliffe Centre, University of Buckingham , UK.
The symposium will consider a spectrum of issues within the theme of Horses in Culture, Society and Law. Papers are welcomed from all disciplines, and from an inter-disciplinary perspective.
To submit a paper: please send an abstract of 250-300 words by June 1 to Dr Sarah Sargent at Sarah.Sargent@buckingham.ac.uk.
Contributors will be notified by July 1 of decisions on submitted abstracts.
There is no cost of attendance, thus no cost for presenters to attend the conference.
Publication of articles building from the symposium presentations is possible through The Denning Law Journal. Submissions will be subject to the usual peer review process. A special edition of Contemporary Issues in Law containing articles from the 2017 symposium is forthcoming. Further details on submission of articles for publication will be available in due course. Queries are welcomed, please email Dr Sarah Sargent on the above email.
Theme of Symposium:
Horses continue to occupy varied and significant roles in modern human life. The horse has been an integral part of human society for thousands of years. Even though human society has changed immeasurably over time, the horse has remained a constant. Papers are welcomed on all aspects of horses in culture, law and society. Horses play a role in tourism, sport, cultural heritage, offender rehabilitation, therapy and leisure use, as well as continuing to provide vital “horse power” in some societies in farming and transportation. As well as domestic roles, the wild or free-ranging horse continues to play an important role in culture, law and society, ranging from artistic interests to debates over land management, nature conservation and national and local identities.