GMS Co-Director Alison Post will speak at the colloquium for Berkeley's Energy and Resources Group this fall. Her presentation will focus on water politics in India. In particular, she will discuss the politics of water allocation in intermittent systems.
Liesbet Hooghe, Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will present her new book on regional governance for the Global Metropolitan Studies program. This event will be co-sponsored by the Berkeley Comparative Politics colloquium.
Kagure Wamunyu of Oxford University will speak at a seminar co-sponsored by the Global Metropolitan Studies program and the Institute for Transportation Studies on November 17th, 2017. The seminar runs 4 - 5pm, and cookies are available starting at 3:30pm.
Associate Professor Eleonora Pasotti will speak about her new book on urban social movements and gentrification in cities around the globe. The talk will be co-sponsored by GMS and the Political Science Department's Comparative Politics Colloquium.