社區動物的理智與感情 Sense and Sensibility: Tale of Community Animals

日期
12/01/2019 -
18:00 - 20:00
地址
塔冷通心靈書舍

社區動物的理智與感情

主講:陳嘉銘(跨院校大學講師)、謝曉陽(大學講師)
主持:梁旭明(嶺南大學文化研究碩士(MCS)課程課程主任)
日期:2019年1月12日(六)
時間:晚上6:00至8:00
地點:塔冷通心靈書舍,油麻地窩打老道二十號金輝大廈一樓6室(油麻地地鐵站B2出口, 大概需步行5分鐘)
主辦:嶺南大學文化研究碩士(MCS)課程
查詢:[email protected]
網頁:https://www.ln.edu.hk/cultural/programmes/MCS/mcs_other.php
登記:https://goo.gl/forms/1KcRgeWJ6jYpX42N2
講座將以廣東話進行

城市發展,改變了動物與自然生態,令本來四海為家的動物變成隱於都市背後,偶然在鬧市現身都被指「入侵」社區、「騷擾」市民……其實無論街貓街狗、野豬黃牛、甚至飛鳥蝠鼠,本來就在大地棲息,人類才是進佔牠們生存空間的入侵者。

本講座正是以我們週遭的動物為題,分享面對「社區動物」的理智與感情種種的人為矛盾與政策問題。但透過認知動物,甚至參照外地面對社區動物的做法,尋求與牠們共融生活的可能性仍然存在。

陳嘉銘簡介
文化研究博士畢業,專事電影和流行文化研究;過去十多年來更因為與狗狗女兒的感情交流,觸發研究動物議題,當中涉及日常生活、媒介現象以及城市發展對動物的種種影響。2015年在香港中文大學文化及宗教研究系,以「動物,文化與現代社會」獨立成科,是首度在香港大專教育出現,利用人文學科及社會科學角度教授的動物科目,與同學分享更多關愛物種的可能性。最新著作《寫在牠們滅絕之前——香港動物文化誌》結集過去動物議題的文章,內容牽涉動保論述、城市發展、野外生態、電影和飲食想像種種問題。

謝曉陽簡介
大學講師。法國巴黎第八大學哲學系博士。今年與多位關注動物生存的朋友合著《「牠」者再定義: 人與動物關係的轉變》。長期撰寫動物文章,散見於香港《明報》、《信報》及澳門《新生代》。相信跨越不同學科、社會位置及歷史維度,可更能理解動物和人關係之演變。

Sense and Sensibility: Tale of Community Animals

Speakers: Chan Ka-ming (University Lecturer), Che Hio-leong (University Lecturer)
Moderator: Leung Yuk-ming Lisa (Programme Director of Master of Cultural Studies (MCS) Programme)
Date: 12 January 2019 (Sat)
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Venue: Talentum Bookshop, Room 6, 1/F, Kam Fai Building, 20 Waterloo Road, Yau Ma Tei (Exit B2, Yaumatei MTR station; around 5-minute walking distance)
Organizer: Master of Cultural Studies (MCS) Programme
Enquiry: [email protected]
Website: https://www.ln.edu.hk/cultural/programmes/MCS/mcs_other.php
Register: https://goo.gl/forms/1KcRgeWJ6jYpX42N2
(The event will be conducted in Cantonese)

Urban Development changes nature and ecology. Animals living spaces are then forced to hide behind city, and their “accidental appearances” in the city are always said to be a kind of “intrusion” into human living. However, to the contrary, it is human dominating the nature and being the intruders to animals’ life with modern urban development.

The talk is about how “community animals” survive in the name of the contradiction of human attitude and policy concern. And there are in fact possibilities of having a communal living between human and animals with a revising idea of ecology especially in the dominating logic of urban development.

Chan Ka-ming’s Bio:
Chan Ka-Ming is a university lecturer in cultural studies, originally teaching and researching in the field of cinema and popular culture. Since 2009, he explores the area of animal and ecology humanities, and he is a columnist for various Hong King media on related topics. In 2015, his proposed course, "Animals, Culture and Society", was accepted as a formal subject in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and he has taught the course for 5 semesters. His recent publication, "Writing in the End Times - Cultural Record for Animals" (Breakthrough Publishing, 2018), is a collection of discussion in various perspectives of animal right, wildlife and urban development, policy and discursive understanding, cinema and media representation, and the importance of education on anima-human relationship

Che Hio-leong’s Bio:
Che Hio-leong is a senior instructor at University. Her research interests span both animal studies and archival studies. She is co-author of "Redefine the others Redefine the Relationship between humans and animals" (Joint Publishing, 2018). She is also the columnist of different media such as Yazhou Yazhou, Mingpao, and New GEN.

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