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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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The Conversation: Why we should welcome the return of ‘Old Stinker’ the Hull werewolf

I mentioned in my last post that I had a brief to write this piece and take part in the Big Conversation.  It had to be short and be accessible to scholars in all disciplines and provide evidence for my hypothesis. The … Continue reading

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Re-wilding the British Lynx and Other Animal Stories at Company of Wolves

The BBC’s debate today about re-wilding the Lynx in the UK is quite pertinent to our¬†Company of Wolves conference. There is a lot of tension around such stories which makes them ripe for discussion in relation to our strand on … Continue reading

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OGOM Company of Wolves- Prof. Garry Marvin completes our programme

Thank you to everyone who has sent in abstracts for the OGOM Company of Wolves conference. We have enjoyed reading through the wonderfully varied and pertinent responses and today began to write to those who have been accepted so far. … Continue reading

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