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Development Studies related events across the University

Date Title, Speaker & Location
11 Feb - 08:30 Violence or War? The Crisis of Human Rights in Mexico
Monica Serrano (Professor of International Relations, El Colegio de Mexico)
Special Events - External
Seminar Room A, Manor Road Building
11 Feb - 14:00 Hymn to Mother: Religion, motherhood and nationalism in Kazakh cinema
Dr Rico Isaacs (Reader in Politics, Dept. of Social Sciences, Oxford Brookes University)
International Gender Studies Seminars
Talbot Hall, Lady Margaret Hall
11 Feb - 14:00 Ghost Stories and Haunted Youth: College Girls in Chennai
Sneha Krishnan (Oxford)
Contemporary South Asia Seminars
Seminar Room 2, ODID, 3 Mansfield Road
11 Feb - 14:00 Can the EU-Turkey Deal slow down the flow of refugees to Europe?
Metin Corabatir (Research Centre on Asylum and Migration (IGAM), Ankara)
COMPAS Seminars
Seminar Room, Pauling Centre, 58a Banbury Road
11 Feb - 17:00 The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World
Andrea Wulf (author) in conversation with Yadvinder Malhi (University of Oxford)
Latin American History Seminar
Rothermere American Institute, 1a South Parks Road
11 Feb - 17:00 Creating lives in limbo: comparative study of the life trajectories of former unaccompanied children in Europe (tbc)
Elaine Chase (Senior Lecturer, University College London)
Social Policy and Intervention Seminars
Violet Butler Room, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, 32 Wellington Square
11 Feb - 17:00 The dawn of quantum technology
Prof Simon Benjamin
Oxford Martin School Events
Oxford Martin School, corner of Catte and Holywell Street
See external website for further details
11 Feb - 19:00 Life Mosaic
Serge Marti
Special Events - External
64 Banbury Road
12 Feb - 17:00 Tourism, sustainability and the economics of Latin America and the Caribbean: A round table discussion
Dr Isabel Ruiz; Edward Paine (LATA Foundation); and Dr David Howard.
Latin American Seminars
Latin America Centre, 1 Church Walk
12 Feb - 17:00 Patrolling and Controlling: Surveillance, Violence and State Security in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Colonies
Richard Hill (Victoria University Wellington/OCGH Visiting Scholar)
Global and Imperial History Seminars
Colin Matthews Room, History Faculty, George Street

Photo: K Vidyarthee, MPhil 2006-08

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