Monthly Archives: February 2014

Moving on? Audio-visual Narratives of Housing Insecurity in Coalition Britain

Debbie Humphry//Geography//5th of March//1-2 pm//Arts C133 In this talk I present qualitative research on families’ material and emotional experiences of living in insecure housing in a North London locality. The research findings are contextualised within the current historical-political moment whereby … Continue reading

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Beyond Immaturity and Victimisation: Rethinking the asymmetries of the eurozone crisis

Neil Dooley//International Relations//26th of February//1-2 pm//Arts C133 Explanations of the origins of the eurozone crisis tend to rely on narratives stressing the ‘immaturity’ of the peripheral European states. These narratives, found in political, media and scholarly discourses, represent states like … Continue reading

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“Daily work in Burundian and Rwandan ‘Aidland’: Seeking Reconciliation and Justice through Training and Sensitisation”

Astrid Jamar//International Development//19th of February//1-2 pm//Arts C133 Astrid Jamar has been researching transitional justice in Rwanda and Burundi since 2006. From 2008 to 2011, she gained field experience working with several international NGOs and local institutions implementing transitional justice processes … Continue reading

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Labouring Families- Work and Life of Gonds in India

Smita Yadav//Anthropology//12th of February//1-2 pm//Arts C133 Smita Yadav is a Dphil candidate in Social Anthropology. She has worked eight years professionally and academically on rural North India. She also has a bachelors in Physics due to which her interests range … Continue reading

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