Speaker: Roy Fischel (SOAS). Part of the South Asian History Seminar Series.
South Asian Studies
Speaker: JBP More (Institute for Research in Social Sciences and Humanitites, Kerala, and INSEEC Paris. Part of South Asian History Seminar Series.
The Award of Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences has been conferred on former CSASP Director Professor Barbara Harriss-White for her contribution to the Social Sciences. CSASP is glad to congratulate Professor Harriss-White on this significant
Globally rice is a crucial crop: it has a central role in providing food, it has a central role in providing employment, and it has substantial environmental impacts. This paper looks at the environmental impacts from rice farming, specifically greenhouse gas emissions.
There are three topics up for discussion on the day: 1. Terrorism, Radicalisation, and Islamophobia 2. Integration and Cohesion 3. Sexual exploitation, Gender and Religion
Some of the poorest people in the world are becoming significantly less poor, according to a groundbreaking academic study which has taken a new approach to measuring deprivation.
4:50-6:00: Writers reading
Chair: Charne Lavery
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Congratulations to Ms Ilma Afroz, MSc in Contemporary India alumna 2011-12 who will join UNORCID as an intern in March. Ilma will be supporting the pilot province office in Palangkaraya in Central Kalimantan.
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CSASP Associate Shapan Adnan publishes paper 'Land grabs and primitive accumulation in deltaic Bangladesh: interactions between neoliberal globalization, state interventions, power relations and peasant resistance'