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Development Studies Option graduate student Alec Regino published in the Washington Post

Published: 9Jun2020

Alec Regino, a graduate student in ISID's DSO (Development Studies Option) program, has penned an op/ed piece in the Washington Post on COVID-19 and the Duterte regime in the Philippines.  The...

ISID congratulates Émilie Vaillancourt

Published: 9Jun2020

The Institute for the Study of International Development congratulates Ms Émilie Vaillancourt, this year's winner of one of two Norman Prentice awards. Émilie was a joint honours student in the...

MISC Annual Conference postponed to October 2021

Published: 5Jun2020

After careful consideration, we have decided to postpone MISC’s Annual Conference for one year to October 28 and 29, 2021. While we will continue to organize online programming throughout the...

Alumni news: Susana Vargas Cervantes

Published: 14May2020

Susana Vargas Cervantes writes, researches and teaches. Her research mines the connections between gender, sexuality, class and skin tonalities to reconceptualize pigmentocracy. She is the author...

Barbara Clark, winner of the 2020 Albert O. Hirschman Prize.

Published: 8May2020

ISID congratulates Barbara Clark -- winner of the 2020 Albert O. Hirschman Prize for Best Undergraduate Research Essay in International Development Studies for her paper on “Water Sanitation...

ISID Policy Paper. Preparing for a Looming Water Crisis: Lessons Learned from COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa Countries

Published: 6May2020

The challenge of water security is growing globally. Achieving and sustaining water security, in both developed and developing countries, is likely to increase in complexity and priority as climate...

2020.03.30 - Update from Dean Maioni

Published: 31Mar2020

Dear members of the Faculty of Arts,...

Faculty of Arts receives US$ 1.25-million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Published: 14Jun2019

The Mellon grant will support a new Indigenous Studies and Community Engagement Initiative, to be based in the Faculty of Arts...

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