A four year fully-funded PhD opportunity for an interdisciplinary PhD in the new Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity is now available.
Latin American Postgraduate Researchers working together with the IGDC on a special edition of the Bulletin of Latin American Research (BLAR).
The first workshop of the Development Transformations focusses on States and Emerging Markets, organised by Jean Grugel (York) and Adam Dixon (Maastricht) and will take place on 11th December at the University of York, hosted by the IGDC.
We are delighted to advise that applications for the fourth Cohort of the Laidlaw Scholars programme will open on 10 January 2020.
Professor Henrice Altink explores the multiple forms of race and colour discrimination in Jamaica through her new book 'Public Secrets: Race and colour in colonial and independent Jamaica'. Read the Liverpool University Press Blog here!
IGDC Members Lisa Emberson and Eleanor Jew attended a workshop in Ghana to discuss what data we need to really understand how air pollution is linked to human health and agriculture. Read all about their visit here.
As part of the project “Integrating ecological and cultural histories to inform sustainable and equitable futures for the Colombian páramos” research associate Hanne Cottyn took her first research trip to Colombia this summer. Read all about it here!
On July 8th and 9th, York’s Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre (IGDC) hosted a 2-day workshop on resource extraction in Argentina. Catch up with the presentations and discussions here.
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