Geopolitics and fuel queues: postcard from inside ‘blockaded’ Nepal
Simon Rushton on the geopolitics of the Nepal fuel blockade.
Citizenship, nationalism and civil society in Singapore: notes from SG50
Against the backdrop of Singapore’s 50th Anniversary of Independence (SG50) celebration, Dr Lucy Jackson & Dr Dan Hammett explore expressions and understandings of nationhood, nationalism and citizenship.
Urban Governance and Residential Privatism: the challenges of managing large-scale gated communities in Mexico
In July 2015, Emma Morales visited Prague, Czech Republic, to present a paper at the AESOP Annual Congress: Definite Space – Fuzzy Responsibility
Collaboration in international development research: Getting the lie of the land in Ethiopia
Chris Flower reflects on his recent visit to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as part of his collaborative PhD with the International Land Coalition.
Researching the exhibition ‘El Hadji Sy: Painting, Performance, Politics’
Carol Dixon reflects on her visit to the Weltkulturen Museum as part of her research into the ‘othering’ of Africa and its diasporas in Western museum practices.
Is ‘give them land rights’ enough? Taking the temperature of the global land debate
Originally posted on Duncan Green’s ‘From Poverty to Power’ Blog A bunch of students and academics from Sheffield University had what sounds like a fun time at last week’s big global meeting on land. George Barrett, Yoshabel Durand, Tom Goodfellow, Vremudia Irikefe, Mikael Omstedt, Edward Searight, Julie Shi, Deborah Sporton and Nguyen Vo report back. Last week, dispersed among 700 […]