The Development Research seminars present cutting-edge research on development studies by noted scholars from around the world. The Series aims to stimulate critical discussion about contemporary development issues.
When and where
The seminars generally begin at 16:15 hrs and last for one and a half hours, allowing for approximately 45 minutes of presentation, with the other half available to engage with the audience in discussion and debate. There is no charge to attend the seminars, all of which are open to the general public.
Making sense of legality: Gendered labour, migration and traveling tales of women domestic workers - Dr Bindhulakshmi Pattadath, 25 January 2022
Chemical Colonialism: Environmental justice and industrial epidemics - Dr Yogi Hale Hendlin
Experiences from a feminist political ecologist inside the FAO Office for Africa - Dr Clara Mi Young Park
Standing up for rights: Historisizing the indigenous women-led activism in contemporary India - Dr Sujatha Devarapalli
- Science for the greater good: Saving your community from Big Oil - Professor Maria D'Orsogna
- 'The American Steppes': Contemporary legacies in the Great Plains of transfers of people, plants (crops and weeds), agricultural sciences and techniques from the Russian/Eurasian Steppes - Professor David Moon
- Deadly voyages: Migrant journeys across the globe. Virtual book launch - Steven W. Bender and Veronica Fynn Bruey
- Imagining abolition ecofeminism(s) - Professor Giovanna Di Chiaro
- Learning on streets: Youth and political socialization in informal markets in Zimbabwe - Dr Marjoke Oostermom
- Economic theory and practice of directing innovation in cancer care and COVID-19 - Professor Smita Srinivas
- 'Masterclass Men': Riots, patronage and the politics of the surplus population in Kinshasa - Dr Joe Trapido
- Email address
For more information, please contact Eveline Deutman.