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CLAS Open Seminar

Easter Term 2022 (further upcoming events here)

Mondays 5.30pm
SG2 Ground Floor, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT

Tuesday 26 April

How financial markets profited from the pandemic: the case of Brazilian income relief policies and household debt (abstract)
Lena Lavinas (Professor of Welfare Economics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro & Leverhulme Visiting Professor, SOAS, University of London)

Monday 9 May

Eco-social transition and debates from Latin America (abstract)
Maristella Svampa (CONICET, University of La Plata, Argentina & Simón Bolívar Professor, CLAS, University of Cambridge) 

Monday 16 May

Decolonizing the harm and the cases of forced sterilization in Peru (abstract) 
Julieta Chaparro-Buitrago  (Reproductive Sociology Research Group, Sociology, University of Cambridge)

Monday 30 May

Militarization "at the margins": on the concept of militarization from the experience of Rio de Janeiro (2011-2020)
Lia de Mattos Rocha (Sociology, State University of Rio de Janeiro & Visiting Fellow, CLAS, University of Cambridge)

Tuesday 28 June (S1 First Floor, Alison Richard Building 5pm) followed by end of year celebration, outside, weather permitting! All Welcome!

Resistances to Neoextractivism and Relational Narratives in Latin America: Rights of Nature and Eco-Territorial Feminisms 
Maristella Svampa (CONICET, University of La Plata, Argentina & Simón Bolívar Professor, CLAS, University of Cambridge) 

 

Refreshments will be served after the seminar. All welcome   

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