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Guest Speaker Catherine Eschle. Theorising Feminist Organizing in and against Neoliberalism: Beyond Co-optation and Resistance?

Posted on 23 May 2018 by Rosa Maryon

Work In Progress Seminar Series 02.05.2018 On 2 May, the ISRU welcomed Guest Speaker Dr Catherine Eschle as part of the Work In Progress Seminar Series. Catherine presented her paper, Theorising Feminist Organizing in and against Neoliberalism: Beyond Co-optation and Resistance? Dr Eschle is a senior lecturer at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. She received her
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Education in Singapore’s Soft Power Strategy. Guest speaker Dr Danita Catherine Burke

Posted on 26 April 2018 by Rosa Maryon

Work In Progress seminar series 18.04.2018 On the 18th of April the ISRU welcomed guest speaker Dr Danita Catherine Burke as part of our bi-weekly Work-In-Progress seminar series. Dr. Burke is a Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Politics, Philosophy and International Relations at Keele University and is currently a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellow
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Chronotopes, Governmentality and the Changing Regulation of Traditional Medicine in Kenya. Professor John Harrington.

Posted on 22 April 2018 by Rosa Maryon

Work In Progress seminar series. 23.03.2018. On the 23rd of March, Professor John Harrington presented his paper entitled ‘Chronotopes, Governmentality and the Changing Regulation of Traditional Medicine in Kenya’ at the ISRU bi-weekly Work In Progress seminar. John is a Professor of Global Health Law and founding director of the Univesity’s Centre for Law and
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The Web of Responsibility in and for the Artic. Dr Hannes Hansen-Magnusson

Posted on 26 March 2018 by Rosa Maryon

Work In Progress Seminar 21.02.2018 On the 21st of February the ISRU met for the Work In Progress seminar focused on the article and presentation of Dr Hannes Hansen-Magnusson entitled The Web of Responsibility in and for the Artic. Hannes has PhD from the University of Hamburg and an MA from the University of York. He
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