SCH Research Seminar: Breastfeeding Practices and Rural-Urban Livelihoods in Dodoma, Tanzania

SCH Research Seminar: Breastfeeding Practices and Rural-Urban Livelihoods in Dodoma, Tanzania

Monday 3 December, 12:00 - 13:30, Leeuwenborch C67 Breastfeeding Practices and Rural-Urban Livelihoods in Dodoma, Tanzania Based on a paper prepared by Kwalu Samuel Dede, Leo de Haan, Adalbertus Kamanzi The World Health Organization recommends mothers to exclusively breastfeed babies for the first six months of their life to guarantee mutually optimal health and growth, [...]

Wageningen Geography Lectures: Dr. Jess Bier: “Digital Mapmaking on the Ground in Palestine and Israel since 1967: Spatializing the Situated Production of Scientific Knowledge”

Wageningen Geography Lectures: Dr. Jess Bier: “Digital Mapmaking on the Ground in Palestine and Israel since 1967: Spatializing the Situated Production of Scientific Knowledge”

Tuesday 11 December, 16:00-17:30 Gaia1 (Droevendaalsesteeg 3, Wageningen Campus) Complimentary drinks afterwards! Dr. Jess Bier: "Digital Mapmaking on the Ground in Palestine and Israel since 1967: Spatializing the Situated Production of Scientific Knowledge" This talk examines how geographical and political landscapes shape the ways that maps are made. By analyzing the process of making 2 [...]

CSPS Research Seminar: Tourist and resident perspectives on ‘SLUM TOURISM’: the case of the Vilakazi precinct (Soweto), by Prof. Gijsbert Hoogendoorn

CSPS Research Seminar: Tourist and resident perspectives on ‘SLUM TOURISM’: the case of the Vilakazi precinct (Soweto), by Prof. Gijsbert Hoogendoorn

Tuesday 4 December, 12:00 - 13:00 Leeuwenborch C62 Tourist and resident perspectives on ‘SLUM TOURISM’: the case of the Vilakazi precinct (Soweto) Prof. Gijsbert Hoogendoorn Slum tourism as a topic of investigation has seen significant growth since the beginning of this decade with increasing theoretical and empirical depth. With this growth, some inconsistencies in terms of [...]

CSPS Research Seminar: Towards a New Institutional Political Ecology (NIPE)

CSPS Research Seminar: Towards a New Institutional Political Ecology (NIPE)

Tuesday 5 November, 12:30-13:30 Leeuwenborch C0083 Towards a New Institutional Political Ecology (NIPE) Tobias Haller Most commons studies include an institutional analysis that is often related to the work of Elinor Ostrom’s newer but also to so-called older institutional approaches. It is argued by Olivier de Sardan that the new and the old approaches differ considerably: [...]

CSPS Winter School Natural resources and Conflict: Theorizing governance, resistance and violence – 4 ECTS

CSPS Winter School Natural resources and Conflict: Theorizing governance, resistance and violence – 4 ECTS

Mon 10 December 2018 until Wed 19 December 2018 The extraction, exploitation, distribution and trade of natural resources continue to be a source of conflict worldwide, notwithstanding claims of inclusive and equitable development. The PhD course “Natural Resources and Conflict: Theorizing Governance, Resistance and Violence” offers an in-depth exploration of theoretical approaches to understand the [...]