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Thursday 14th Feb 2019 – Barnaby Dye talk “The politics of the dam resurgence: high modernist bricolage and the emerging powers in Africa”
Barnaby Dye talk on “The politics of the dam resurgence: high modernist bricolage and the emerging powers in Africa” Thursday 14th Feb, 1.15pm at the Margaret Anstee CentreFind out more »
Wednesday May 22nd, 2019 12.00pm to 14.30pm The Margaret Anstee Centre and the Principals Lodge The Principal, Professor Dame Carol Black, the Vice-Principal and Director of the Margaret Anstee Centre Dr Emma Mawdsley along…Find out more »
Defining and debating a research agenda for Lithium in South America – 24th of May, Latin American Studies Association LASA 2019 – Boston.
Defining and debating a research agenda for Lithium in South America Fri, May 24, 17:45 to 19:15pm – SB Boardroom Click here to download the programmeFind out more »
Workshop: “Lithium and its role in the low-carbon energy transition: materiality, geopolitics and technology” – 5th of June, Newnham College.
5 June, 2019 - Lucia Windsor Room - Newnham College University of Cambridge Click here to download the Workshop PDFFind out more »
THE FORMULA FOR THE 2018 ERITREA-ETHIOPIA PEACE: NEW BEGINNING OR RESUMPTION OF A SUSPENDED PROCESS?
The Centre of African Studies and the Margaret Anstee Centre for Global Studies present: Senai Andemariam THE FORMULA FOR THE 2018 ERITREA-ETHIOPIA PEACE: NEW BEGINNING OR RESUMPTION OF A SUSPENDED PROCESS? 31 October, 5 pm, Alison Richard Building, S1 Eritrea and Ethiopia have…Find out more »
Teaching Qualitative Research Methods for Development Studies: Problems, Pedagogies and Best Practices
Teaching Qualitative Research Methods for Development Studies: Problems, Pedagogies and Best Practices 5th and 6th December 2019 Newnham College, University of Cambridge Sponsored by the Margaret Anstee Centre for Global Studies and the Development Studies Association…Find out more »
This meeting is the first in a series being organised through the Margaret Anstee Centre for Global Studies (Newnham College, Cambridge) with the Global Partnership Programme for Development (DIFD-India). The GPPD is intended to…Find out more »
Development Studies Association Business and Development Study Group Spring Workshop 2020: Cambridge
Evolving Relationships between the Private Sector and Sustainable International Development : New avenues for research on business and development The second workshop of this series to broaden the focus to examine interdisciplinary perspectives on…Find out more »