The Centre for Critical Development Studies is pleased to award the 2020 Best Thesis Prize to Alyssa Esparaz and Sana Najafi. Read more about their work below.
We have recently added IDSC10H3 to our Winter 2020 course offerings.
The topic for the term is China and Africa in the World: Culture, Globalization and Development
Contextualizing Openness offers a fascinating look at Open Science and the democratization of knowledge in international development and social transformation with a focus on the Global South.
IDS Alumnus, Tian Lin, recently published an article in the International Forestry Review.
Speaker: Dr. Rami Zurayk
Title: Food, Farming and War: The Remains of the Spring
Date: September 25, 7-9 pm
Location: AC223, University of Toronto Scarborough
Location: Catalyst Centre, UTSC
Date and Time: September 26, 3:30-5 pm
The Centre for Critical Development Studies is pleased to award the 2019 Best Thesis Prize to Astrid Galvez Ciani and Carolyn Grandy (pictured above from left to right respectively).
Leah (McMillan) Polonenko has wide-ranging experience in the field of International Development. She has just returned to Canada after living and working in the United Arab Emirates. Leah has an MA in International Development Studies from St.