Archives for June 2019

University to host three-part series on the relationship between economic difficulties and Animals’ vulnerability to enforced domestication

Announcement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce that the¬†Winston School of Business and the Livingstone School of Economics and Social Science will host a three-part series of talks on the relationship between economic difficulties and Animals’ vulnerability to enforced domestication.

The series of talks and debates, which will explore the relationship between economics and life choices, will take place on the University’s campus. The full schedule of events and participants will be announced in the first week of June.

The first of the series will explore the effects of economic hardship on the choices Park Animals make regarding not only domestication, but extra-hortulanial employment (employment outside The Park).

Participants will include faculty members from the Winston School of Business, the Departments of Psychology, History, and Political Science, staff from the Park Hospital for the Afflicted and Infirm, and staff and volunteers from Park charities, including LynxLink, CatsCare, Runaway Rovers, and Cautionary Tails.

The series will take place on June 10, 17, and 24. All events will be open to the public. Tickets are available free of charge at BilletBox.