Division of Rural Development Higher Seminars

Senast ändrad: 09 april 2018

Division of Rural Development seminar series programme for the spring semester 2018.

 


January 17

13:00-14:30

Venue: Room Umeå (A303) level 3 in Ulls hus

The Other Russia: Local development 100 years after revolution

Ann-Mari Sätre, Uppsala University, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies

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January 31

13:00-14:30

Venue: Room Umeå (A303) level 3 in Ulls hus

Followed by fika at the 3rd floor lunch room

 

Theorizing power in political ecology: The where of power in resource governance projects

Helene Ahlborg, Researcher, Department of Political Science, Gothenburg University

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February 7

11:45-12:45

Venue: Room Öregrund, level 3 in Ulls hus
(bring your own lunch if you wish!)

 

An Ideal Development Program: The Political Saliency of Conditional Cash Transfers

Johan Sandberg,  Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Lund University

(Opponent for the 50% seminar in the afternoon) Johan will summarize his research on cash transfers so that people who are not knowledgeable in this field can get a concise overview of the recent debates and findings during this lunch seminar. The seminar starts early, at 11.45, which 30 min presentation and then 30 min questions and discussion and ends at 12.45. At 13.15  Stefan Granlund 50% seminar starts. 

 


February 9

08:30-10:30

Venue: Room Grimsö, level 3 in Ulls hus

Rethinking forestry

Jens Friis Lund, Professor in Political Ecology at the University of Copenhagen 

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Seminar poster »

(organized in partnership with SLU Global, coffee and sandwiches are offered from 8.15 am for those who sign up for the seminar by sending an email (subject: rethinking forestry) to global@slu.se before February 7)

 


February 28

13:00-14:30

Venue: Room Umeå, level 3 in Ulls hus

Followed by fika at the 3rd floor lunch room

Environmental beta; or, how institutional investors think about climate change and fossil-fuel risk

Brett Christophers, Professor at the Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University.

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March 14

13:00-14:30

Venue: Room Umeå, level 3 in Ulls hus

Followed by fika at the 3rd floor lunch room

Does resilience have a culture? Ecocultures and the politics of knowledge production

Seema Arora-JonssonAssociate Professor, Division of Rural Development, Chair for Rural Development in Sweden and Europe.

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April 25

13:00-14:30

Venue: Room Umeå, level 3 in Ulls hus

Followed by fika at the 3rd floor lunch room

Is Resilience to Climate Change Socially Inclusive? Diversifying Theories of Change Processes Among Social Inequality in Myanmar

Tim ForsythProfessor at London School of Economics.

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