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The politics of the dam resurgence: high modernist bricolage and the emerging powers in Africa – Barnaby Dye
Dr Barnaby Dye visits the Margaret Anstee Centre to talk on “The politics of the dam resurgence: high modernist bricolage and the emerging powers in Africa".Find 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 BoardroomFind 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 CambridgeFind out more »
An FCO sponsored programme focusing on the implications of globalisation for Indian leaders, public policy issues, the political context and more generally on personal and leadership development. The programme starts from the premise that as an economic…Find 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 »
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 Annual Meeting has been postponed until later in the year. The 2020 Annual Meeting of the India UK Development Partnership Forum (IUKDPF) will convene scholars,…Find out more »