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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 21 items
    1. Essential reading prior to class 2 items
    2. Further readings 7 items
      1. Feminisms in development: contradictions, contestations and challenges - Andrea Cornwall, Elizabeth Harrison, Ann Whitehead 2006

        Book Recommended

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

        Book Recommended

    3. Community and conviviality, Ben Rogaly 6 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. Library: PLEASE DIGITISE

      2. Further readings 3 items
        1. Postcolonial melancholia - Paul Gilroy ©2005

          Book Recommended

        2. 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

    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 7 items
    1. Essential readings, prior to class 2 items
      1. Flammable societies: studies on the socio-economics of oil and gas - John-Andrew McNeish, Owen Logan 2012

        Book Essential Read chapter 1 - PLEASE DIGITISE

    2. Further readings 5 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. 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

  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, pp1-33 PLEASE DIGITISE

    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 12 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 PLEASE DIGITISE

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

        Book Recommended "Introduction: Making Sense of Violence". Other editions available at same shelfmark.

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

        Article Recommended

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

        Book Recommended Chapter 1

  7. Uneven and combined development, Felipe Antunes de Oliveira 11 items
    1. Essential reading prior to class 3 items
      1. History of the Russian Revolution - L. Trotskii, Max Eastman 2008

        Book Essential Read Chapter 1

    2. Further readings 8 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

  8. Technology Transfer, by David Ockwell 4 items
    1. Essential readings, prior to class 1 item
      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

    2. Further Reading 3 items
      1. Low-carbon technology transfer: from rhetoric to reality - David G Ockwell, Alexandra Mallett 2012

        Book Recommended See introduction

      2. 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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