Seminar Programme: First Semester 2012

16 Feb 2012 - 22:45

The programme of CSSR seminars for the first semster has been released. You can read it below or download the programme in PDF format.

All seminars start promptly at 13:00. Lunch is usually available from 12:40.
Venue: CSSR Seminar Room, R4.29, Leslie Social Science Building, Upper Campus

23 February
Duncan Pieterse (Economics/CSSR)
Exposure to violence and educational outcomes in Cape Town

1 March
Zöe Gauld (Sociology/CSSR)
Multi-dimensional approaches to affirmative action in university admissions

8 March
Nicoli Nattrass (Economics/CSSR)
Socioeconomic, biological and behavioural correlates of HIV status among young Black South Africans in Cape Town, South Africa

15 March
No seminar: Meeting of CSSR Advisory Board

22 March
Luke Staniland (Visitor in CSSR, from U. of Edinburgh)
The political economy of neighbourhood activism in Cape Town

29 March
Elena Moore (Sociology/CSSR)
Settling Down? Family Changes and Transitions of Adult life in South Africa

5 April
No seminar: Vacation

12 April
Bob Mattes (Political Studies/CSSR)
The effects of Higher Education on the Attitudes and Behaviors of African MPs

19 April
Geerte van Beek (Visitor in CSSR, from U. of Utrecht)
New Media Technologies in HIV/Aids Organizations in Cape Town, South Africa

26 April
Eduard Grebe (Economics/DataFirst/CSSR)
National leadership on AIDS: modelling the quality of national responses

3 May
Eric Schollar (Sociology/CSSR)
Title to be confirmed

10 May
Gemma Oberth (Political Studies/CSSR)
Donor retreat and the changing landscape of Southern African HIV-AIDS policy-making

17 May
Jeremy Seekings (Sociology/CSSR)
Welfare State-Building in the Global South: Conceptualising and Measuring Difference