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Prison and a Palestian Practice Against Borders

29Nov201812:30
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A guest lecture by Professor Amahl Bishara of Tufts University. A853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA/isidCategory: Inst. for the Study of International Development

Former Detainees and the Politics of Recognition in Postwar Lebanon

25Oct201812:30
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P3460 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E6, CA/isidCategory: Academic talks and conferences

Care Beyond Innocence

18Oct201812:30
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A853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA/isidCategory: Academic talks and conferences

Ungovernable Life: The Making and Unmaking of Iraq's Healthcare

13Sep201812:30
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During the last 20 years, Iraq’s doctors have been at the forefront of wars fought silently and obliquely during the Gulf Wars, the brutal twelve years of sanctions, and the 2003 invasion and...

Professor Megan Bradley on the continuing migration crisis

Published: 8May2018

ISID Professor Megan Bradley was interviewed, in French, for this Radio-Canada story on the migration crisis and "Fortress Europe".  Read about it here  http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelles/special...

Professor Kazue Takamura earns the Arts Undergraduate Society Teaching Excellence Award!

Published: 21Mar2018

ISID Faculty Lecturer has just won the Arts Undergraduate Society Teaching Excellence Award!  Each year, the AUS recognizes outstanding teaching staff in the Faculty of Arts through its Teaching...

Bart W. Édes of the Asian Development Bank

26Mar201809:00
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The Institute for the Study of International Development, Career Planning Service and the Faculty of Arts Internship Program host Bart W.P3460 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E6, CA/isidCategory:...

Bureaucratic Autonomy in Brazilian Federal Agencies: Development and Decay. A guest lecturer by Dr Kate Bersch.

25Jan201812:30
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Huntington’s influential Political Order in Changing Societies argued that institutions—"stable, valued, recurring patterns of behavior” (1968, 450)—are crucial for political development and decay...

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