School of Social Sciences news and events

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Events

  • The gendered implications of contemporary mining in Papua New Guinea (Development Studies, School of Social Sciences) Event as iCalendar
    17 August 2018, 12 - 1pm
    Natalie Claireaux argues that a more robust understanding of the gendered power dynamics in development and mining is possible by giving central place to the experiences and voices of women.
  • Rethinking global development: China's BRI, geo-developmentalism and the challenge of a new order (Politics and International Relations, School of Social Sciences) Event as iCalendar
    22 August 2018, 2 - 3pm
    Professor Gerald Chan discusses "geo-developmentalism", its ten core features and the win-win principle with regard to China's Belt and Road Initiative.
  • Raising the Bar (Anthropology, Sociology, Māori Studies, Politics and International Relations, School of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Te Wānanga o Waipapa - School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies) Event as iCalendar
    28 August 2018, 6:30pm
    Raising the Bar is back again with 20 of our academics giving free public lectures in Auckland pubs and bars.
  • Majors and modules week (School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics, School of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Te Wānanga o Waipapa - School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies) Event as iCalendar
    17 September 2018 - 20 September 2018, 11am - 3pm
    To help you select your majors and choose a module, we're hosting a majors and modules week. This is your opportunity to come in and meet academics from each school and discipline and gain an in-depth knowledge of the various subjects that are on offer.

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