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  1. Livelihoods, by Grace Carswell 7 items
    1. Essential Readings 3 items
    2. Concept Readings 4 items
      1. Livelihoods perspectives and rural development - Ian Scoones January 2009

        Article Recommended pp. 171-196.

  2. Gender and sexuality, Beth Mills 25 items
    1. Essential reading prior to class 2 items
    2. Further readings 9 items
      1. Feminisms in development: contradictions, contestations, and challenges - Ann Whitehead, Andrea Cornwall, Elizabeth Harrison, MyiLibrary 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

      2. Feminisms in development: contradictions, contestations and challenges - Andrea Cornwall, Elizabeth Harrison, Ann Whitehead 2006

        Book Recommended

      3. The women, gender and development reader 2011

        Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

      4. The women, gender and development reader - Nalini Visvanathan 2011

        Book Recommended

    3. Community and conviviality, Ben Rogaly 8 items
      1. Essential reading prior to class 3 items
        1. Re: development: voices, cyanotypes & writings from the Green Backyard 2016

          Book Essential Read chapter by Ben Rogaly. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Further readings 5 items
        1. Postcolonial melancholia - Paul Gilroy ©2005

          Book Recommended

        2. Postcolonial melancholia - Paul Gilroy ©2005 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        3. Moving histories of class and community: identity, place and belonging in contemporary England - Ben Rogaly, Becky Taylor, Palgrave Connect (Online service) 2009 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

    4. Representations of Development, Anke Schwittay 6 items
      1. Essential readings, prior to class 2 items
      2. Further readings 4 items
  3. Resources, Paul Gilbert 10 items
    1. Essential readings, prior to class 3 items
      1. Flammable societies: studies on the socio-economics of oil and gas - John-Andrew McNeish, Owen Logan 2012

        Book Essential Read chapter 1. For details of print copy see entry below

    2. Further readings 7 items
      1. Contention and Ambiguity: Mining and the Possibilities of Development - Anthony Bebbington, Leonith Hinojosa, Denise Humphreys Bebbington, Maria Luisa Burneo 11/2008

        Article Recommended

      2. Natural resource extraction and indigenous livelihoods: development challenges in an era of globalisation - Emma Gilberthorpe 2014

        Book Recommended Read pp. 75-92. For details of print copy see entry below

      3. Flammable societies: studies on the socio-economics of oil and gas - John-Andrew McNeish, Owen Logan 2012

        Book Recommended Read Chapter 5: Development from below. For details of print copy see entry below

  4. Natural resources, by James Fairhead 3 items
    1. Essential reading prior to class 3 items
      1. The lie of the land: challenging received wisdom on the African environment - International African Institute 1996

        Book Essential Read chapter 1, pp. 1-33. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Further readings 0 items
  5. Water, Jan Selby 6 items
    1. Essential reading prior to class 2 items
    2. Further readings 4 items
      1. The global groundwater crisis - J. S. Famiglietti 29/10/2014

        Article Recommended

      2. Climate change and the Syrian civil war revisited - Jan Selby, Omar S. Dahi, Christiane Fröhlich, Mike Hulme 09/2017

        Article Recommended

  6. Conflict, by Lyndsay McLean-Hilker 14 items
    1. Core references: 2 items
      1. No peace, no war: an anthropology of contemporary armed conflicts : in memoriam Bernhard Helander - Richards, Paul, Helander, Bernhard 2005

        Book Essential Chapter 1 - Useful summary and critique of mainstream theoretical perspectives. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Essays on Transforming Security and Development in an Unequal World - Niagalé Bagayoko, Lyndsay McLean Hilker 03/2009

        Article Essential See 'Why identity politics matters for security and what follows for research and policy', Lyndsay McLean Hilker pp. 15-23

    2. Additional references: 12 items
      1. Violence in war and peace: an anthology - Scheper-Hughes, Nancy, Bourgois, Philippe I. 2004

        Book Recommended See "Introduction: Making Sense of Violence"

      2. Violence, Identity and Poverty - Amartya Sen January 2008

        Article Recommended

      3. Horizontal inequalities and conflict: understanding group violence in multiethnic societies - Frances Stewart, MyiLibrary 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

      4. Conflict and development - Roger Mac Ginty, Andrew J. Williams 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chapter 1. For details of print copy see entry below

      5. Conflict and development - Roger Mac Ginty, Andrew J. Williams 2009

        Book Recommended Chapter 1

  7. Uneven and combined development, Felipe Antunes de Oliveira 15 items
    1. Essential reading prior to class 4 items
      1. History of the Russian Revolution - L. Trotskii, Max Eastman 2008

        Book Essential Read chapter 1. For details of print copy see entry below

      2. History of the Russian Revolution - L. Trotskii, Max Eastman 2008

        Book Essential Read chapter 1

    2. Further readings 11 items
      1. International Relations in the prison of colonial modernity - David L Blaney, Arlene B Tickner 03/2017

        Article Recommended

      2. How the West came to rule: the geopolitical origins of capitalism - Alexander Anievas, Kerem Nişancıoğlu 2015

        Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

      3. How the West came to rule: the geopolitical origins of capitalism - Alexander Anievas, Kerem Nişancıoğlu 2015

        Book Recommended

      4. Recasting Iranian modernity: international relations and social change - Kamran Matin 2013

        Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

  8. Technology Transfer, by David Ockwell 6 items
    1. Essential readings, prior to class 2 items
      1. Low carbon development: key issues - Frauke Urban, Johan Nordensvärd 2013

        Book Essential Chapter 8: Low Carbon Innovation and Technology Transfer David Ockwell and Alexandra Mallet. For details of print copy see entry below

      2. Low carbon development: key issues 2013

        Book Essential Chapter 8: Low Carbon Innovation and Technology Transfer David Ockwell and Alexandra Mallet

    2. Further Reading 4 items
      1. Low-carbon technology transfer: from rhetoric to reality 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended See introduction. For details of print copy see entry below

      2. Low-carbon technology transfer: from rhetoric to reality - David G Ockwell, Alexandra Mallett 2012

        Book Recommended See introduction

      3. Key policy considerations for facilitating low carbon technology transfer to developing countries - David G Ockwell, Jim Watson, Gordon MacKerron, Prosanto Pal 11/2008

        Article Recommended

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