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PINTS is a speaker series with the goal of creating a shared space for faculty and students. With the aim to serve as an incubator, the series invites you to develop social connections across campus. Join esteemed colleagues who works has a (broadly conceived) connection to political theory, policy, or practice.

  • February 1 – Brigitte LeNormand, Department of History and Sociology
    Education as a transnational nation-building project
  • February 8 – Roger Sugden, Faculty of Management
    Management Education in a Public University in the Economic Periphery
  • March 1 – Eric Li, Faculty of Management
    It’s All about Access: Reconceptualization and Recontextualization of Rural Health Consumers
  • March 8 – Mary Butterfield, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Management
    Democracy and the problem of inclusion
  • March 22 – Rammy Saini, Department of History and Sociology
    Cultivating a social responsibility to help: Indian migrants in London’s East End, c. 1800-1857
  • April 5 - Jasmin Hristov, Department of History and Sociology
    Coercion, Accumulation, and State-Building in the Era of Globalization: Evidence from Mexico, Honduras and Colombia


For more information please contact christopher.martin@ubc.ca


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