Forelæsning - Human Rights Dawn, Developmentalism Twilight: Rethinking Genealogies of Globalization

Forelæsning #6 i forelæsningsrækken Critical Globality: Human Rights Dawn, Developmentalism Twilight: Rethinking Genealogies of Globalization.
Torsdag
21
november
Start:kl. 15.00
Slut:kl. 17.00
Sted: Biografen 41.1-14, Roskilde Universitet

This talk focuses on development politics at the United Nations, particularly the period of the so-called New International Economic Order (NIEO) in the 1970s. The NIEO was an effort by Third World countries to pursue a reform agenda that combined global redistribution from North to South with state-led developmentalism at the national level. By revisiting this fascinating and tumultuous period in the global political economy, Bair aims to recenter the role of Southern states in debates about globalization, human rights and inequality.

Forelæsning #6 i forelæsningsrækken Critical Globality
 

Lecturer

Associate Professor of Sociology Jennifer Bair, University of Virginia.

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Critical Globality

Forelæsningsrække

Critical Globality is a new lecture series at Roskilde University. At a time when global questions radically increase in importance, we need to ask questions about how ‘the global’ can best be understood. With three invited speakers per semester, Critical Globality will engage international scholars in a conversation about historical and contemporary iterations of global connections, networks, economies and politics.


Arrangeret af
Forskningsgrupperne Global Politcal Sociology and Global History fra Roskilde Universitet


Forelæsninger
Forelæsning #4: The Politics of Weltanschauung: Transforming Agencies, Scales, and Temporalities in Human-Earth Governance
Forelæsning #5: Africa Rising: Class or Finance
Forelæsning #6: Human Rights Dawn, Developmentalism Twilight: Rethinking Genealogies of Globalization