The programme for the Global Studies PhD Lecture Series is now finalised! See the poster below.
The series takes place every Wednesday 1-2pm in Arts C 133 lecture theatre. Please circulate to any of your networks you think might be interested. The lectures are designed to appeal to those not necessarily familiar with the subject. Undergraduates in particular are invited to share their questions and impresssions. ATs publicise to you students and bring them along Hoping to see many of you there.
23rd – Ole Johannes Kaland, Negotiating educational desire: Opportunities and aspirations of internal migrant youths in Shanghai
30th – Calvin Liu, Beyond Eurocentrism: the International Political Economy of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1954-1972)
6th – Achim Rosemann, Scientific multipolarisation: Its impact on international clinical research collaborations and theoretical implications
13th – Thomas Chambers, Labour Migration in India: Journeys with Woodcarvers from Uttar Pradesh
20th – U. Ejiro O. Onomake, African Agency in the Africa/China Equation
27th – James Wallis Barnes, Realizing Selves: Exploring Personal and Social Transformation within a Christian Ontology
6th – Kerem Nisancioglu, The Middle Eastern Origins of Capitalism
13th – Ross Wignall, Rebranding the YMCA: Neoliberalism, Youth and Faith-Based Development
20th – Adam Fishwick, Development and the Working Class in Latin America
27th – Sam Appleton, Finance ‘re-embedded’? The Establishment of the World Bank
10th – Jade Cemre Erciyes, The Diaspora Of The Diaspora: The Adyghe-Abkhaz Diaspora(S) In Turkey And The Caucasus
17th – Suhas Bhasme, Institutions, Water and Socio-economic Change