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.
|22nd of Jan||David Saunders||Caught in the Web: Toward new Internet based Research Methods|
|29th of Jan||Matluba Wakefield||Women and religious practices in Uzbekistan, Transformation and changes in the light of the post Soviet period|
|5th of Feb||David Rubyan-Ling||Trading Places: Encounters with diversity on a South London Street Market|
|12th of Feb||Smita Yadav||Labouring Families- Work and Life of Gonds in India|
|19th of Feb||Astrid Jamar||Daily work in Burundian and Rwandan ‘Aidland’: Seeking
Reconciliation and Justice through Training and Sensitisation
|26th of Feb||Neil Dooley||Beyond Immaturity and Victimisation: Rethinking the asymmetries of the eurozone crisis|
|5th of March||Debbie Humphry||Moving on? Audio-visual narratives of Housing Insecurity in Coalition Britain|
|12th of March||Santiago Ripoll||Food sovereignty and moral economy: the case of subsistence farmers in Nicaragua|
|19th of March||Anneke Newman||Politics of Islamic Education Reform in Senegal: Development or ‘Game of Thrones’?|
|26th of March||Pin Hsien-Wu||Diverse Forms of Environmental Participation: Case Studies of Mining in China and India|
|2nd of April||Katie McQuaid||Violence, humanitarianism and rights: Storytelling amongst Congolese refugees in Uganda|
|9th of April||Titiksha Shukla||Challenge and challenges: Dalits’ assertion of right to own land amidst the dominance of the ‘upper’ caste in western Maharashtra, India|