I’m thankful for the invitation from Prof. Martina Padmanabhan, Chair of Critical Development Studies Southeast Asia at Universität Passau for the kind invitation to talk about my PhD Project during the Passau Research Colloquium on Southeast Asia on 24 November.
The Passau Research Colloquium on Southeast Asia is convened by the Chairs of the two Southeast Asian Studies departments at the University of Passau: Prof. Dr. Wolfram Schaffar, Chair of Development Politics and Prof. Martina Padmanabhan, Chair of Critical Development Studies.
I’ll be giving a talk on Reciprocal Shaping or Conditioning? Debating the Materiality and Discourse of Natural Resources in Ecuadorian Development Policies exploring the conceptual and methodological approaches to the relationship between natural resources and development.
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