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Global soldiers in the Cold War: making Southern Africa’s liberation armies
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Colonial biomedical infrastructures and the interpenetration of biomedical knowledge in northwest...
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‘Sustainable’ development and atmospheres of violence: experiences of environmental defenders
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‘Doing politics’: exploring the professionalisation of politics in India
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Exploring a sharing society: land and sustainability in India
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After exit: assessing the consequences of United Nations peacekeeping withdrawal
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Journeys in dangerous waters: indigenous knowledge and climate adaptation in coastal areas
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Improving the work of labour courts in Mexico
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Civil humanitarianism and the politics of refugee solidarity
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Christopher Adam
Professor of Development Economics and Head of Department
Geraldine Adiku
Research Student
Aisha Ahmad
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Rakib Akhtar
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Olanshile Akintola
Research Student
Saja Taha Al Zoubi
Visiting Researcher, Gender and Forced Migration Tutor, Christ Church College
Jocelyn Alexander
Professor of Commonwealth Studies
Ali Ali
Departmental Lecturer in Forced Migration
Asha Amirali
Research Student

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11 Sep, 2019
ODID alumnus Mark Gilks publishes MSc thesis on the nexus between Islamophobia and security
02 Sep, 2019
Xiaolan Fu appointed to 2019 Newton Prize committee
19 Aug, 2019
Geoff Goodwin to co-convene conference on Latin American infrastructure
31 Jul, 2019
Jocelyn Alexander wins Leverhulme grant for project on Cold War-era ‘global soldiers’
22 Jul, 2019
Robtel Neajai Pailey speaks at UK parliament on visa problems for African visitors
22 Jul, 2019
Robtel Neajai Pailey speaks at UK parliament on visa problems for African visitors
28 Jun, 2019
New article by Geoff Goodwin explores history and impact of coproduction
12 Jun, 2019
New article co-authored by Santiago Izquierdo Tort explores decision-making, land management in PES programmes
11 Jun, 2019
ODID academics and students presenting at ECAS2019

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06 Sep, 2019
'Fear and loathing under Modi’s second term'. Nikita Sud quoted in The Monitor
04 Aug, 2019
'What are you going to do at the policy and the practical level to ensure that there is some sort of making amends?'. Robtel Neajai Pailey comments on Ghana's commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the slave trade in the US as guest on BBC's Weekend
19 Jul, 2019
'Sorrows of the soil'. Nikita Sud's Lives of Land project features in the Hindu Business Line
11 Jun, 2019
'How to truly decolonise the study of Africa'. Robtel Neajai Pailey writes for Al Jazeera
07 Jun, 2019
'It's not just about the leadership of Weah, it's about the entire governance ecosystem'. Robtel Neajai Pailey speaks to Al Jazeera television about mass protests in Liberia
24 May, 2019
'What Narendra Modi’s landslide victory means for India'. Nikita Sud takes part in the Anthill's India Tomorrow podcast series, summing up the 2019 elections
23 May, 2019
'India nationalism - are minorities under threat?'. Nikita Sud takes part in roundtable discussion for TRTWorld
17 May, 2019
'Work undone: How India fails its young job seekers'. DPhil Deepa Kurup writes for Al Jazeera English
19 Apr, 2019
'India elections: Will farm crisis be PM Narendra Modi's undoing?'. DPhil Deepa Kurup writes for Al Jazeera English

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