Studies in National and International Development


National and International Development

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Welcome back! 

We are pleased to inform you that we will continue with our Studies in National and International Development Lecture Series in the 2020-2021 academic year. As of this year, all our events will take place over Zoom.

Meeting ID: 974 1662 2727 

Passcode: 3.qMuy 

Please mark in your calendar and join us for these upcoming talks:

September 17th, 1-2:20 pm

Imagining the University as a site of Black liberation. 

Dr. Katherine McKittrick (Queen’s University) and Dr. Kristin Moriah (Queen’s University). Chaired by Renee Whittaker (Representative of the Black Grad Student Caucus at Queen’s University).

(SNID Sponsored Event) Wednesday, October 7th, 6:30pm-8:00pm. Please click here to register.  

They Said This Would Be Fun: Race, Campus Life, and Growing Up.

Conversation with award winning author Eternity Martis (cohosting with KFPL and Black Luck Collective).  

October 15th, 1-2:20 pm

Uncle Tom and the Politics of Loyalty: The Mutation of a Literary Character into a Racial Epithet, 1852 to present. 

Dr. Cheryl Thompson (Ryerson University). 

November 5th, 1-2:20pm

Educating Artists in 2020: What the Pandemic has Taught Us

Dr. Julia Brook (Queen’s U), Dr. Colleen Renihan (Queen’s U), Ben Schnitzer (PhD Student, Queen’s U). 

November 26th, 1-2:20 pm

Facets of uneven development in the European border regime: The economic geographies of migrant camps in Greece.

Dr. Panos Hatziprokopiou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). Chaired by Reena Kukreja (Queen's University). 

Jan 21st, 1:00pm - 2:20 pm  

Red Power and the global sixties. 

Dr.Scott Rutherford (Global Development Studies and Cultural Studies, Queen's University). Talk chaired by Dr. Karen Dubinsky (Global Development Studies and History, Queen's University).  

Feb 11th, 1:00pm - 2:20 pm  

Mutual Aid Panel; Liz Turner (Mutual Aid Katarokwi Kingston), Jade Da Costa (People's Pantry Toronto), and Daniela Aiello (SRO Collaborative/DTES Response). 

Mar 4th, 1:00pm-2:20 pm 

‘Hey Indigeneity, we need to talk’: Indigenization in universities and its role in advancing settler colonialism.

Celeste Pedri-Spade (Global Development Studies and LLCU, Queen's University). 

April 1st, 1:00pm - 2:20 pm 

Maria Constanza Guzman (Hispanic Studies, York University)

We will circulate the Zoom details with the posters for the individual events (coming to your mailbox soon). Join our Listserv

SNID Co-chairs (2020-2021) 

Dr. Carolyn Prouse (Geography and Planning)
Dr. Ayca Tomac (Global Development Studies and Cultural Studies)

SNID Coordinator 

Dairon L Morejon Perez (Phd Student Geography and Planning)