ODID Events

Due to COVID-19, no public events are currently taking place at ODID itself. Many of our events will take place online so please check the details below!

We send out a weekly bulletin during term that lists ODID events as well as development studies-related events organised across the University. If you are a member of staff or student at ODID and you are organising an event, please send details to events@qeh.ox.ac.uk and it will be included in the bulletin. If you are not part of the department but your are organising an event you think might be of interest to ODID staff and students, please upload it to Oxford Talks and then send the link to events@qeh.ox.ac.uk. In either case, the information must reach us before 4pm on the Friday of the week before the event to be included.

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26 Feb
India-Oxford Initiative: Urban Theo-topias in India: Religious Identities, the State, Private Capital and the Making of the New ‘Ordinary’ Person
Time:
10:00
Speaker:
Sanjay Srivastava (Professor of Sociology at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, and British Academy Global Professor at the Department of Geography, UCL)
Series:
External Special Events
Location:
Online
Department Event
26 Feb
How to fight inequality? A conversation
Time:
13:00
Speaker:
Series:
Location:
Online via Zoom
Department Event
01 Mar
Inequality among the multidimensionally poor in over 100 countries
Time:
15:00
Speaker:
Dr Maria Emma Santos (OPHI, CONICET)
Series:
OPHI Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
03 Mar
Haitian refugees, the US state, and precedents for global border regimes
Time:
17:00
Speaker:
A.Naomi Paik (Associate Professor of Asian American Studies, University of Illinois)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
08 Mar
Growth elasticity of multidimensional poverty in India between 2005/06 and 2015/16
Time:
15:00
Speaker:
Dr Suman Seth (University of Leeds)
Series:
OPHI Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event
10 Mar
Rethinking forced migration: Legacies of the Greek-Turkish population exchange
Time:
17:00
Speaker:
Asli Igsiz (Associate Professor of Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies, New York University)
Series:
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
Location:
Department Event