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Development Studies related events across the University

Date Title, Speaker & Location
25 Nov - 13:00 Hyper-mobile migrant workers and the lack of social protection within the European Union: a case study from the Netherlands
Lisa Berntsen (Tilburg University)
IMI Seminars
Seminar Room 3, ODID, 3 Mansfield Road
25 Nov - 13:00 Measuring Household Labour on Tanzanian Farms
Vellore Arthi (Merton College)
CSAE Research Workshops
Seminar Room 2, ODID, 3 Mansfield Road
25 Nov - 17:00 Being Oromo in Nairobi's 'Little Mogadishu': Eastleigh's Ethiopian refugees and their livelihoods
Dr Neil Carrier (African Studies Centre, University of Oxford)
RSC Public Seminars
Seminar Room 1, ODID, 3 Mansfield Road
25 Nov - 17:00 Primo Levi and the Nature of Guilt
Alan Norrie (Professor, School of Law, University of Warwick)
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminars
Seminar Room A, Manor Road Building
25 Nov - 17:00 The Battle of Manzikert 1071: history transmitted, transformed and transfigured
Professor Carole Hillenbrand (University of St Andrews and University of Edinburgh)
Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies Seminars
Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, George Street
25 Nov - 17:00 Human Rights and the DR Congo elections: a discussion with researchers from Amnesty International

Oxford Central Africa Forum Seminars
Jesus College (TBC)
25 Nov - 17:15 Europol's Response to the Jihadist Threat
Rob Wainwright (Director of EUROPOL)
Changing Character of War Seminars
The Wharton Room, All Souls College
26 Nov - 13:00 Rethinking public assets: managing wealth
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Special Events - External
Lecture Room 6, New College
See external website for further details
26 Nov - 14:00 Love and Legality: Questions of wellbeing for irregular male migrants and their citizen partners
Melanie Griffiths (University of Bristol)
COMPAS Seminars
Seminar Room, Pauling Centre, 58a Banbury Road
26 Nov - 14:00 Hats of Piety: Islam, Female Labour, and the Political Economy of the 'Headscarf Debate'
Guangtian Ha (Post-doctoral Research Fellow, School of Oriental and African Studies)
International Gender Studies Seminars
Talbot Hall, Lady Margaret Hall

Photo: K Vidyarthee, MPhil 2006-08

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