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The Program in Agrarian Studies is pleased to announce the international conference entitled The Chicken: Its Biological, Social, Cultural, and Industrial History from Neolithic Middens to McNuggets. The three-day conference will bring together over 75 scholars, agronomists, public intellectuals, chicken growers, workers, industry representatives and activists from the labor, farm, animal welfare, environmental, and public health movements, whose work has helped to define and to change what we know about chickens and their production and consumption.

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Friday, May 17, through Sunday, May 19, 2002

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Sage Hall
205 Prospect Street
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

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All sessions are free and open to the public. No admission charge. However, in order to help us better accommodate our guests, the Conference Committee requests that all attendees please register for the days they plan to attend the conference.

[Dinner and reception are limited to participants only.]

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Conference Graphics: Details from A Rooster and a Hen by Yang Shanshen. Yale University Art Gallery. The Clyde and Helen Wu Collection of Chinese Paintings. Gift of Dr. Clyde Wu.
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Program in Agrarian Studies
Yale University
Box 208300
New Haven, CT 06520-8300 U.S.A.
campus address: 204 Prospect Street, Room 204
tel 203/432-9833 fax 203/432-5036
email: jscott@pantheon.yale.edu
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