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Friday, October 12, 2018 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Warren Hall, B73
The Polson Institute and the Department of Development Sociology is hosting a seminar on October 12th, exploring issues and obstacles to global development from a variety of perspectives.
The event will include four fifteen minute presentations followed by a discussion session.
Speakers and topics:
Kendra Kintzi, PhD Student, Development Sociology "Public Forests, Forest Publics: Environmental Imaginaries and the Politics of Sustainable Knowledge Production in the West Bank"
John Zinda, Professor, Development Sociology & Shrey Kapoor, PhD Student, Development Sociology -"Metabolic Fractures: How household Livelihood Practices Differentiate Agircultural Input Use in Southwest China"
Sidney Madsen, PhD student, Development Sociology - "Co-production of knowledge using semi-structured interviews: Experiences from collaboration with farmer reserachers in a particiaptoryu agro-ecology project in Malawi"
Christian Elliott, Program and Communications Associate, Development Sociology - "The 'Social Infrastructure' in Green Finance: Opportunities and Obstacles for Financing Sustainable Development in Middle Income Countries"