Monthly Archives: March 2013

Finance ‘Re-Embedded’? The Establishment of the World Bank.

Sam Appleton // International Relations // 27th March // 1-2pm // Arts C 133 ‘The Bretton Woods regime’, spanning the period from the close of hostilities in 1945 until the US treasury suspended the dollar’s convertibility into gold in 1971, is depicted … Continue reading

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Development and the Working Class in Latin America

Adam Fishwick // International Relations // 20th March //  1-2pm // Arts C 133  Development is widely understood as a political process that entails, or enforces, a thorough transformation of all aspects of social life. It is a process of change … Continue reading

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Rebranding the YMCA: Neoliberalism, Youth and Faith-Based Development

Ross Wignall // Anthropology // 13th March // 1-2pm // Arts C 133 This paper seeks to understand the role of global faith-based development in the 21st century through a cross-cultural comparison of two analogous youth projects at the YMCA, the … Continue reading

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The Middle Eastern Origins of Capitalism

Kerem Nisancioglu // International Relations // 6th March 2-3pm // Top Floor, Bramber House  Note a change of time and venue. This week’s lecture will be held at Occupy Sussex on the top floor of Bramber House at 2-3pm. As … Continue reading

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