February 27, 2016 | 1:00-3:30pm | Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Room 182 | Historically, insects were considered to be "legal persons" that could be held responsible for damaging crops and harming human health. Today, insects are seen as objects of nature that demand legal protection. Learn how and why this historical shift has taken place and what it tells us about the oscillating line between human/non-human and law/nature.

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