Department of Anthropology

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“Between making money and changing the world, choose both”: Philanthropy, impact investment & development in Brazil

Tuesday 26 March from 15:00 until 17:00
Arts C333
Anthropology Department Seminar Series, Spring Term 2019
Jessie Sklair, University of Sussex and ILAS, University of London

“Between making money and changing the world, choose both”: Philanthropy, impact investment and development in Brazil.


Cross-country abortion travel in Europe: How women deal with legal restrictions and stigma

Wednesday 27 March from 15:00 until 17:00
Global Studies Resource Centre, Arts C
CORTH events, Spring 2019
Silvia De Zordo and Giulia Zanini (University of Barcelona)

Cross-country abortion travel in Europe: How women deal with legal restrictions and stigma, and build up effective transnational support networks.


The SDGs: A new politics of transformation?

Thursday 28 March from 17:00 until 18:30
IDS Convening Space, University of Sussex
Sussex Development Lectures: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals – Synergies and Tensions
Ian Scoones, IDS

The Sustainable Development Goals: A new politics of transformation?


Blindspots in Global Health: Lassa Fever, Science and the making of neglect in Sierra Leone

Tuesday 2 April from 15:00 until 17:00
Arts C333
Anthropology Department Seminar Series, Spring Term 2019
Hannah Brown (University of Durham) and Alice Wilkinson (IDS)

Blindspots in Global Health: Lassa Fever, Science and the making of neglect in Sierra Leone.


Gender Equality and Proposals for ‘Inclusive Growth’

Tuesday 2 April from 15:00 until 17:00
Fulton 203
The Centre for Global Political Economy Spring Term Events 2019
Professor Diane Elson – University of Essex

Gender Equality and Proposals for ‘Inclusive Growth’.


How should we respond to the increased genetic risk associated with close relative marriage in England?

Wednesday 3 April from 16:00 until 18:00
Global Studies Resource Centre, Arts C
CORTH events, Spring 2019
Sarah Salway (Department of Sociolegal Studies, University of Sheffield)

CORTH Research Seminar.


SDG Synergies: Beating high costs with high efficiency

Thursday 4 April from 17:00 until 18:30
IDS Convening Space, University of Sussex
Sussex Development Lectures: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals – Synergies and Tensions

Sustainable Development Goals Synergies: Beating high costs with high efficiency.


Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire

Friday 5 April from 10:00 until 17:30
Day 1: Quiet room, Meeting House. Day 2: Meeting room, Falmer House

Revisiting Colonial Debts, Extractive Nostalgias and Imperial Insolvencies - an interdisciplinary symposium


Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire

Saturday 6 April from 10:00 until 17:30
Day 1: Quiet room, Meeting House. Day 2: Meeting room, Falmer House

Revisiting Colonial Debts, Extractive Nostalgias and Imperial Insolvencies - an interdisciplinary symposium


The Case of Piruani: Justice, Legal Pluralism and Indigenous Identity in Highland Bolivia

Tuesday 9 April from 15:00 until 17:00
Arts C333
Anthropology Department Seminar Series, Spring Term 2019
Matthew Doyle, University of Sussex

The Case of Piruani: Justice, Legal Pluralism and Indigenous Identity in Highland Bolivia.


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