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Depletion and Social Reproduction


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IAS Warwick Bodies of Value Series

Announcing - Public Lecture

Embodiments of Value in China's Economic Reform

Ann Anagnost

(Anthropology, University of Washington)

Monday, 20th May, 5PM

Wolfson Research Exchange, University of Warwick

followed by a wine reception, 6-6.30PM

Ann Anagnost's public lecture will be preceded by a research colloquium, open to all:

‘Life-Making in Neoliberal Times' @ Monday, 20th May, 1-3PM

Previous Seminars in this series -

30 October 2012 - Keynote Speaker: Prof. Anne Phillips

See poster and concept note here

For more on this series see -

Gender and Migration in India: A Women’s Movement Perspective

Indrani Mazumdar, Senior Fellow, Centre for Women’s Development Studies, New Delhi

Date: Tuesday 8th May, 2012, 2.00, R3.25, Ramphall Building

The Event is sponsored by the International Development Global Priorities Programme and the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender


BLOG - Depletion : The Costs of Unpaid Domestic Work - read here

* For the first time, the World Development Report 2012 focuses on Gender Equality and Development. Read the report and preliminary commentaries by development scholars below.


World Development Report 2012 


Kate Bedford, University of Kent

Shahra Razavi, UNRISD

* A debate on the role of INGOs in development - read here


Older posts:


Recently published by Kate Bedford and Shirin M Rai-

Feminists Theorize International Political Economy

21 April, 2010

CSGR Working Paper on Depletion and Social Reproduction here

* The Powerpoint presentation accompanying Professor Diane Elson's lecture 'Gender, Social Reproduction and International Political Economy', delivered at the beginning of the workshop day, can now be downloaded here.

The programme for the day can be viewed here 

Materials circulated for the workshop can be viewed here.