Everyday politics of class relations: Sub-contracting and Classes of labour in India’s building construction

By Carlos Muianga | March 12, 2024

By Manish Maskara (SOAS, University of London) Online Webinar  21 March, 4:15 – 6:00 pm UK time Webinar recording available here: https://youtu.be/bCFiiMrtmkA Labour migration, both international and internal, has shaped…

Agrarian extractivism: what is it about and why does it matter?

By Amod | January 15, 2024

By Alberto Alonso-Fradejas (Wageningen University) Online webinar & in-person seminar at Wageningen University (Room 68, Leeuwenborch building) and jointly hosted with UCL Institute of the Americas 12 March, 4:00 –…

The political economy of the agrochemical complex in China

By Amod | January 15, 2024

By Yunan Xu (International Institute of Social Studies) Online webinar & in-person seminar, at and jointly hosted with International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague 21 February, 10:15 am –…

Global labour studies, racial capitalism and the Plantationocene: Analysing capitalism as an integrated formation

By Amod | January 15, 2024

By Jörg Nowak (University of Brasília) Webinar, jointly hosted with Centre on Labour, Sustainability and Global Production, QMUL 8 February, 4:15 – 6:00 pm UK time Webinar recording available here:…

Land’s future? (Re)imagining land as a financial asset class

By Amod | January 15, 2024

By Sarah Ruth Sippel (Münster University) Webinar, jointly hosted with Centre on Labour, Sustainability and Global Production, QMUL 29 January, 4:15 – 6:00 pm UK time Webinar recording available here:…

From seeds of friendship to technologies of resistance: Understanding China’s ambiguous role in rural Tajikistan

By AQs JAC | October 4, 2023

By Irna Hofman (University of Oxford) Webinar via Zoom & in-person seminar at and jointly hosted with the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague (Aula A, ISS, Kortenaerkade 12,…

Plantation Crisis: Ruptures of Dalit Life in the Indian Tea Belt

By AQs JAC | October 4, 2023

By Jayaseelan Raj (King’s College London) Webinar via Zoom & in-person seminar at Queen Mary University of London (PL 301, Peter Landin Teaching Rooms, QMUL, Bancroft Road, London E1 4DH,…

Fields of Revolution: Agrarian Reform and Rural State Formation in Bolivia (1935-1964)

By AQs JAC | October 4, 2023

By Carmen Soliz (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Webinar via Zoom, jointly hosted with UCL Institute of the Americas 6 November, 4:15 – 6:00 pm UK time Webinar recording…

Differentiated outcomes of agrarian change among India’s Adivasis: land, labour and class inequality

By AQs JAC | October 4, 2023

By Rajanya Bose (University of Sheffield) 19 October, 4:15 – 6:00 pm UK time Webinar via Zoom Webinar recording available here: https://youtu.be/MnPigI7L1sw This presentation explores the class dynamics of ongoing…

Syrian Refugees as Agricultural Labourers in Turkey: Reflections on Refugee-Host Relations from a Labour Perspective

By Amod | February 10, 2023

Face-to-face seminar at SOAS and online Zoom webinar by Zeynep Ceren Eren Benlisoy (International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague) Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reflections-on-refugee-host-relations-from-a-labour-perspective-tickets-583499862797 Abstract The Eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey…