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Launch of Uhuru, the McGill Journal of African Studies

Published: 30Mar2020

More than ever now, Africa is being studied, watched, admired, criticized and exported. In this continual movement of creating new understandings, dismantling biased thought systems and valuing...

Cancellation of all ISID events

24Mar2020
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All ISID guest speakers and events have been cancelled during this special period when the university is closed. /isidCategory: Inst. for the Study of International Development

CANCELLED. Marching for Return: The Politics of Protracted Displacement in the Gaza Strip

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THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELLED. P3460 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E6, CA/isidCategory: Dept. of Anthropology Inst. for the Study of International Development

N-Peace Award Winner, May Sabe Phyu, in discussion with ISID Director Erik Kuhonta

Published: 11Mar2020

The Institite for the Study of International Development and the McGill Southeast Asia Research Program (SEARP) are glad to announce that Myanmar based gender expert, May Sabe Phyu, has recently...

Asylum's Technological Obstructions: Refugees as Forced Techno-Users & Governing Through Disorienting

9Mar202016:00
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A guest lecture by Martino Tazzioli of Goldsmiths, University of London, and part of the McGill Refugee Research Group Speakers Series.P3460 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E6, CA/isidCategory:...

ISID congratulates Nhu Truong, former winner of its graduate field research award.

Published: 20Feb2020

ISID congratulates Nhu Truong who has just been awarded a Shorenstein postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University.  As a Shorenstein Postdoctoral Fellow on Contemporary Asia, Dr Truong will...

ISID Open Letter: A New Policy Direction for Canadian International Development?

Published: 17Oct2019

      A New Policy Direction for Canadian International Development? An Open Letter to the New Government

ISID Professor of Practice Timothy Hodges comments landmark indigenous profit-sharing agreement

Published: 4Nov2019

Profits from rooibos tea will be shared with South African indigenous San and Khoi communities in a landmark profit-sharing agreement.  ISID Professor of Practice Timothy Hodges, co-chair of the...

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