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Campus Dialogue event – Breakout Groups

  Those who came to our Open Campus Dialogue will remember the thought-provoking discussions we had going during the Breakout Groups. After the four panel speakers presented their ideas on what development means for their field of study, they were divided in … Continue reading

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Anthropology Event on Development in Northern Canada

The Anthropology Graduate Students Association (AGSA) will be hosting Conversations in Anthropology: “The Risks and Values of Development in Northern Canada”. This will be the first annual event of ‘Conversation in Anthropology’. in an effort to disseminate scholarship, generate thoughtful discussion around complex … Continue reading

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Where to publish? | Top Development Journals:
A Guide for the Perplexed

Many of us are still in the throes of graduate research. As such we’re less experienced (and often less confident) in our work than are seasoned academics, and we struggle with how best to package and disseminate our findings for … Continue reading

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