Programme for the LGD Colloquium Wolfson Research Exchange 30 June 2014

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Programme for the LGD Colloquium
Wolfson Research Exchange
30th June 2014
10.00 – 10.30hs.
10.30 – 10.45hs.
10.45 – 12.15hs.
Professor
Shirin Rai
Discussant
Professor
Pratiksha Baxi
Discussant
Registration
Opening of the Colloquium
Panel One: Relationships of Power
Saba Hussain & Nazia Hussein
Interrogating the Narratives of Gender, Religion and
Nationalism in the Representation of Muslim Women in
Bollywood: Contexts of Change, Sites of Continuity
Indrani Sigamany
Land Rights, Legal Empowerment and Indigenous Peoples in
India
Rom Bhandari
Theories of Invisibility in the Power Structures of
International Criminal Justice
Lunch Seminar with Dr. Pratiksha Baxi
12.30 – 14.00hs.
Gender, Postcolonialism and Transnational Feminist Theory
[Sponsored by Warwick’s Centre for the Study of Women and Gender,
School of Law, Faculty of Social Science and Global Research Priority
on International Development]
14.15 – 15.30hs.
Panel 2: Theories of Social Justice
Professor
Abdul Paliwala
Discussant
Noa Nogradi
The “Worst Off” of Global Justice Theory: Who are They and
Does That Matter?
Professor Dora
Kostakopolou
Discussant
Gwen Burnyeat
“Rupture” and Reconciliation: Contextualising the Peace
Community of San José de Apartadó’s Demands for
Alternative Justice within an Ethnography of their Model of
Society
Raza Saeed
Law and the ‘Construction’ of Justice: Questioning the Binary
of the Ideal and the Actual
15.30 – 15.40hs.
15.40 – 17.10hs.
Coffee Break
Panel 3: Challenges of International Development
Max Byrne
The Ontological Challenge of Development
Professor
Yash Tandon
Discussant
Eric Loefflad
Decentralized Governance, Transnational Legality, & the
Violent Remains of the State
Khatereh Eghdamian
Valuing Spirituality in Development: An Initial Exploration
into the Role of Spiritual Capital in Motivating Civil Society
Actors
Swati Gola
International Trade & Health Equity: Have Benefits of
Medical Tourism ‘Trickled Down’ to India’s Poor?
17.10 – 17.30hs.
Coffee Break
17.30 – 18.30hs.
Valedictory Address from Professor Upendra Baxi
18.30 – 19.30hs.
Wine & Canapé Reception