Erasmus+ Staff Exchange Program (University of Glasgow)

I was fortunate to be attached to the School of Social an Political Sciences, University of Glasgow for two weeks under the Erasmus+ Staff Exchange Program. During this time, I had the opportunity to engage with UK-based academics from Glasgow and elsewhere, and presented my work at four separate events:

  1. “Challenges on Doing Research on Nationally Strategic Issues”, seminar at the School of Geography, University of Nottingham
  2. “Oil Palm, Land Use Change, and Southeast Asian Influence in the Amazon Rainforest: Governance Challenges of Balancing the SDGs in Latin America” with Dr Patrick O’Reilly (University of Leicester), as part of a panel on “The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Latin America: Justification for business as usual or potential for change?” convened by Dr Karen Seigel at the Society for Latin American Studies Annual Conference, University of Leicester
  3. “A Future Beyond (or Without) the Forest: Reflections on Path Dependency and Alternative Development Strategies in Indonesia and Malaysia” with Dr Adam Tyson (University of Leeds), seminar at Glasgow Centre for International Development, University of Glasgow
  4. “The Environment and Political Economy in ASEAN: Haze, Indonesia and Beyond”, seminar at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow

 

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