ODID presenting at 2017 Political Studies Association Annual Conference

Posted:
10 April, 2017

ODID academics, students and alumni are among the presenters at this year’s Political Studies Association Annual Conference in Glasgow on 'Politics in Interesting Times' on 10-12 April.

ODID’s Indrajit Roy is chairing a panel on ‘Critical Approaches to Health Politics’. DPhil Simukai Chigudu is presenting a paper as part of the panel on ‘Cholera in Zimbabwe: The Making and Politics of a National Disaster’ and former DPhil Luisa Enria, now at the University of Bath, is co-presenting a paper on ‘Citizens, Dependents, Sons of the Soil: Defining Political Subjectivities through Encounters with Biomedicine during the Ebola Epidemic in Sierra Leone’.

Former DPhil Sarah Jane Cooper-Knock, now a lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, is chairing two panels, on ‘Measuring Democracy and Democratic Consolidation - New Answers to Old Problems' and on ‘Understanding and Negotiating Statehood and Citizenship’. ODID’s Oliver Owen is presenting a paper on ‘Taxation and the Social Contract in Nigeria: Change, Development and Historical Process’ as part of the latter panel. 

Former DPhil Leah Bassel of the University of Leicester is presenting a paper on ‘Brexit and Belonging: Experiences of Naturalisation and the UK Referendum’ as part of a panel on Brexit and Identity.

Find out more about the conference.