School of Global Studies

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Future Forests: Use them or fence them in?

Thursday 21 March from 16:00 until 17:30
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Medical School (BSMS)
SSRP Forth Sustainability Debate
Dougal Driver, Helen Dancer, James Fairhead, Mika Peck

Forests are a major repository of nature, home to 92% of the earth's biomass and 80% of its terrestrial biodiversity.


PhD research in progress. SAC PhD committee

Thursday 21 March from 16:00 until 18:00
Arts C333
Sussex Africa Centre events – Spring term 2019
Dede Patterson, Thabani Mutambasere and Angela Haynes

Everyone welcome!


Bangladesh’s journey towards tackling poverty and climate change

Thursday 21 March from 17:00 until 18:30
IDS Convening Space, University of Sussex
Sussex Development Lectures: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals – Synergies and Tensions
Saleemul Huq, IIED

For more information see: Sussex Development Lectures  


Professor David Armitage, 'Treaty Consciousness: Revisiting John Locke's International Thought'

Thursday 21 March from 17:00 until 18:30
Jubilee Lecture Theatre
John Burrow Memorial Lecture 2019
Professor David Armitage

David Armitage (Harvard University) will present a public lecture on the international thought of John Locke.


Neolithic Rock Art in Britain and Ireland

Thursday 21 March from 19:00 until 20:30
Fulton Building Lecture Room B
University of Sussex Archaeological Society
Jane Russell

This talk will consider whether examples of Neolithic Rock Art in Britain and Ireland are sacred or secular works of art, or simply random graffiti.


“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 Place of Television

Wednesday 27 March from 16:00 until 18:00
Fulton 114
MFM Research Seminars
Andy Medhurst and Munira Cheema (Sussex)

This session features two linked papers considering different but related meanings of its title phrase.


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?


Agency & Geopolitics: Brazilian State-Formation & the Problem of Eurocentrism in International Historical Sociology

Monday 1 April from 15:00 until 17:00
Pevensey 1 2A1
CAIT Spring Term Programme 2019
Dr Pedro Salgado Dutra, Postdoctoral Fellow, Federal University in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brazil

The Centre for Advanced International Theory (CAIT) and the Political Marxism Research Group are pleased to invite you to a presentation.


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