Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

OP Jindal Lecture by David Mosse – Is Caste a Development Issue?

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Joukowsky Forum

+ Google Calendar11/01/2017 17:0011/01/2017 19:00America/New_YorkOP Jindal Lecture by David Mosse – Is Caste a Development Issue?David Mosse is Professor of Social Anthropology. He studied social anthropology at Oxford University from where he received a DPhil. He has published extensively on the anthropology of religion, environment and development. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, and on the editorial boards of World Development, American Ethnologist and Journal of Development Studies. He has worked for Oxfam as Representative for South India, and for other international development...Joukowsky ForumMM/DD/YYYY
+ iCal/Outlook11/01/2017 17:0011/01/2017 19:00America/New_YorkOP Jindal Lecture by David Mosse – Is Caste a Development Issue?David Mosse is Professor of Social Anthropology. He studied social anthropology at Oxford University from where he received a DPhil. He has published extensively on the anthropology of religion, environment and development. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, and on the editorial boards of World Development, American Ethnologist and Journal of Development Studies. He has worked for Oxfam as Representative for South India, and for other international development...Joukowsky ForumMM/DD/YYYY

David Mosse is Professor of Social Anthropology. He studied social anthropology at Oxford University from where he received a DPhil. He has published extensively on the anthropology of religion, environment and development. He is a Fellow of the British Academy, and on the editorial boards of World Development, American Ethnologist and Journal of Development Studies. He has worked for Oxfam as Representative for South India, and for other international development agencies as a social development adviser. He joined SOAS in 1997 and was appointed to Governing Body in September 2013.

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