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'Interdisciplinarity and development' in the DTC-LIDC Seminar Series 'Understanding Development - Disciplinary Perspectives'

Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 15:30 to 17:00

The London International Development Centre (LIDC) has the pleasure to invite students on international development courses to its second series of seminars on key development issues ‘Understanding International Development – Disciplinary Perspectives’.

The seminar will explore international development from the perspective of various academic disciplines: anthropology, economics, medicine, etc.

The first session, on 14 November, will explore the topic of 'Interdisciplinarity and development'.

Who should attend:
The seminar is mandatory for students on the International Development pathway and students from other pathways are strongly encouraged to attend. The seminar is also open to other Bloomsbury PhD students interested in development, and Master’s students, subject to space availability.

RSVP (please specify if you are registering for a particular session or the whole seminar series)

Draft programme

14  November 2012: Interdisciplinarity and development
21 November 2012: Economics
5 December 2012: Medicine
9 January 2013: Anthropology
23 January 2013: Social communication and media
6 February 2013: Political science
20 February 2013: Epidemiology
6 March 2013: Law
20 March 2013: Development Studies

More about the seminar series