Graduate students in our Development Studies program receive prestigious scholarships and awards
The Graduate Program in Development Studies (DVST) celebrates its students who have been awarded a number of esteemed scholarships and awards.
Prof. Jay Ramasubramanyam writes about the ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur, India for The Conversation
Professor Jay Ramasubramanyam writes about the ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur, India for The Conversation, and discusses the deafening silence of India’s political elite. Prof. Ramasubramanyam contends that the current government in India has been clear and consistent in its apathy towards marginalized and minority communities.
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Alumni in the News
"As a woman in school, you are thinking of your siblings - how will they fend for themselves?" Vanessa Bart-Plange on The Agenda With Steve Paikin.
"No country—including Canada—has finished this agenda as this discussion of Black women and girls reveals." - Black Women in Canada
Kelly Rose Pflug-Back
Spanning centuries, The Hammer of Witches reaches from present-day urban dystopias and the unlikely enchantments that they harbour, to medieval Norway, where the first Christian king waged war on the country's gender-nonconforming wizards.
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