Yates to present Nepal research at workshop on ‘Disadvantage’, Glasgow 6-7 Jul
05 Jul 2017
Donna’s presentation is titled “Sacred Security: Threat, Vulnerability, and the Protection of Sacred Art in Nepal”, and is based on a soon-to-be published paper co-authored with Simon Mackenzie.
The workshop is free to attend, with registration available via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/workshop-on-disadvantage-tickets-35343002873
More information about the workshop:
6th and 7th July 2017
Fore Hall, Main Building, University of Glasgow
This workshop focuses on ‘Disadvantage’ and its links to RCUK ‘Global Challenges Research Fund’ priorities. Among others the workshop includes presentations on inequality, crime and sustainability.
The event is organized by Dr Theodore Koutmeridis and it is co-funded by the British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award (BARSEA) he has been awarded. The event is associated with the ‘Behaviour, Structure and Interventions’ (BSI) research network, the BARSEA Early Career Network on ‘Inequality Conflict and Violence’, the Royal Society of Edinburgh and its Young Academy of Scotland.
Please register now – places are limited. For registration please visit the Eventbrite website.
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