International Development Studies at Saint Mary’s has one of the longest-running development studies speakers series in the country. The Speakers Series provides a forum for students to discuss central development issues with invited guests from academia, NGOs, multilateral agencies, government, and the private sector. The series is generally held on Fridays throughout the academic year from 12-1:30 pm, with alternative dates and times as necessary.
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The Last Mine: Capitalist Exhaustion and Moral Ecologies in the Long History of Mining in Mexico
Dr. Daviken Studniki-Gizbert
Earlier Event: March 8Culture as a Pillar of Sustainable Development: Dr. Nikos Leandros (IDS speaker series)
Later Event: March 22Agrarian Aspirations in a Neoliberal Age: Dr. John Galaty (IDS speaker series)