Seminars led by influential speakers from around the world Seminars led by influential speakers from around the world

The School of International Development has a lively research community and regularly invites speakers from across the world.

Wednesday seminars are usually held at 3.30pm

Friday seminars are usually held at 12pm

Seminar Organiser: Paul Clist

All Welcome

2017 Autumn Semester Seminars:

Date

Speaker

Title

Room

Wednesday 4th October

Yvan Guichaoua Jihadi rule in Gao, Mali

Arts 2.03

Wednesday 11th October Lan Anh Hoang Vietnamese Migrants in Moscow: Mobility, Money and Morality Arts 2.03
Friday 13th October Joanna Härmä Exploring low-fee private schooling in developing countries Arts 2.07
Wednesday 18th October Augustine John TBC Arts 2.03
Wednesday 25th October Barbara Befani Choosing appropriate evaluation methods: a tool for assessment and selection Arts 01.18
Wednesday 8th November Dorte Thorsen The Impact of Migrant Remittances on Intergenerational and Intra-household Gender Relations Arts 2.03
Friday 10th November Naomi Hossain The Aid Lab: Understanding Bangladesh's Success Arts 0.28
Wednesday 15th November Dafni Skalidou & Florian Schafer Effects of certification schemes for agricultural production on socio-economic outcomes in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review Arts 01.18
Friday 17th November Liz Ravalde Deceiving the Spirit: Deception, Mediation and a Limited Holy Spirit in Eastern Uganda Arts 2.07
Wednesday 22nd November Cecile Jackson Gender, Development and Consumption Arts 2.03
Wednesday 29th November Oliver Bakewell The resurgence of containment development in Africa Arts 2.03
Friday 1st December Greg Bankoff Blame, Responsibility and Agency: 'Disaster Justice' and the state in the Philippines Arts 2.07
Wednesday 6th December Julie Vullnetari Links between internal and international migration in development TEC 0.03
Wednesday 13th December Ana Raquel Matias What could be the role of bilingual education in socio-economically disadvantaged neighbourhoods? The case of a pilot experiment in Portugal with descendants of African immigrants Arts 2.03