Category Archives: OGOM: The Company of Wolves

What 3 Words Best Describe the Wolf?

Following Kaja’s post on reclaiming the werewolf I wanted to say that I am speaking on the myth of wolf children or children raised by wolves at the OGOM event on Saturday 18th. These stories allow for a benevolent, humanised … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Lynx?

Feeling angered about the wanton destruction of Lillith the Lynx – what does this scenario teach us about re-wilding debates and about being human? Last call for tickets for the Being Human Festival. We can’t bring back Lillith but we … Continue reading

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Booking Opens for OGOM at Being Human Festival on Monday 2nd Oct

It is finally here: the programme for the Being Human Festival 2017  goes live on Monday 2nd October and you can book for ‘Redeeming the Wolf: A Story of Persecution, Loss and Rediscovery’ (University of Hertfordshire, 18th November) directly from … Continue reading

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Worlds, Wrestling and Wolves

Here’s an Exciting Preview of the Being Human Festival 2017 showing OGOM’s Big Bad Wolf as one of the most anticipated events! Put November 18th in your diary and get ready to redeem the wolf!   

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OGOM at the Being Human Festival 2017

We are proud to announce that OGOM has been successful in its bid to participate in the Being Human Festival 2017. Our event is detailed below: Animal-Human Boundaries: Banishing the Big, Bad Wolf Saturday 18th November, University of Hertfordshire 6.30. … Continue reading

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Why May is the Month of the Wolf

May is turning out to be the month of the wolf. Last week saw the news of the first Danish wolf pack in 200 years  and Kaja has reported that revellers at May Day celebrations in the UK witnessed the … Continue reading

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The Return of the Wolf

 ‘We mourned your death, we were saddened by your exile. We rejoice in your return’ (Levi Holt, a descendant of the Nez Perce tribe, on the wolf).   The BBC this week broke the joyful story of Denmark’s new wolf pack (Denmark … Continue reading

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Wolfwalkers

A preview by Amy Cranswick of what looks like a wonderful animated film of motifs that prompted OGOM’s Company of Wolves conference–wild children, wolves, and werewolves–‘First look at Tomm Moore’s next animated feature Wolfwalkers‘. Moore is the creator of The Secret … Continue reading

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10K Shares for OGOM Wolves and Werewolves Research!!

The university press office have confirmed that we have had a remarkable 10,000 shares for coverage of our Company of Wolves project in The Independent.  This is an astounding testimony to the impact of our wolfish research and is excellent news … Continue reading

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Wolves of Finland

An interesting article here by Patrick Barkham on the conflicting attitudes to wolves in Finland. Some of the issues raised in OGOM’s Company of Wolves conference (and featuring in our forthcoming book) on our relationship to nature and the image … Continue reading

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