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Spring/Summer 2008

Articles Stephanie Diepeveen Putting Empowerment into Practice: Evaluating the Potential for “Development as Freedom” in the Millennium Villages Project Jean-Benoit Fournier “In the Wilderness with a Honey Pot and a Shrinking Pie:” An Overview of the Ecoviolence Debate Sarah Custer Economic Disadvantage in a Socialist, ‘Colourblind’ Society: Afro-Cubans’ Struggle for Equality Louis Century Crisis an
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Fall/Winter 2007

Articles Katie Palmer Whatever Happened to Maria: An Exposé on the Relationship Between Filipina Domestic Workers and Their Female Middle-Class Employers in Toronto’s Gentrified Neighbourhoods Ryan C. Briggs The Importance of the Aid-Rentier Model to Development Studies Beth Hayward Repackaging the Past and Commodifying Culture: Constructing heritage in “cultural villages” in post-apartheid South Af
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Fall/Winter 2006

Introduction Cosanna Preston A Year of Self-Reflection: Planning for the Future of Canada’s only Undergraduate Development Conference   Reflection Amy Oliver The ‘Pornography of Poverty’ & the ‘Brothel Without Walls’: Understanding the Impact of Art on Development   Photo Essay Rebecca Tremblay The Belizean Puppet Show: A Photographic Essay   Articles Melisa Luymes The
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Spring/Summer 2006

  Christopher Rompré Beyond the Rhetoric: Terminator Seeds and the Ethics of Canadian Foreign Policy Lilian Yap The Basel Convention and Global Environment (Non)Governance: Trasformismo and the Case of Electronic Wastes Kevin Cherry Corruption and Development Strategy: Beyond Structural Adjustment Sarah Beckerman Same Priorities, Different Methods: Rights-Based Approaches to Indigenous Women’s Development
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Fall/Winter 2005

  Jennifer Elkins Dealing with Disease: Discouraging Trends in an Age of Discovery Cosanna Preston The Battle of the Funds: Examining the US Emergency AIDS Plan in a Global Context Ashton Verdery Ethnic Peace and War: Identity Politics in Estonia and Moldova Laura Sparling Death and Taxes: The Role of Violence in the Development of […]
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InSight 2005

Introduction Geoffrey Cameron, Jill Campbell, Emma Moore, and Fiona Purton InSight 2005: Building Momentum     Articles Sam Grey Waiting for Some Angel: Indigenous Rights as an Ethical Imperative in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights Erica Martin The Impact of the News Media in Shaping Canadian Development Assistance Policy Andrew Middleton Logical Framework […]
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Spring/Summer 2005

Articles Laura Avalos Mendez Développement et changement culturel chez un peuple indigène de l’Amazonie de l’Équateur, Runa Jenna Flannigan Where the Inside Meets the Outside: Exploring Kayapo Cosmology and Cultural Maintenance Greg Kinar Bill C-9: Constructing a Response to Global Health Concerns Esther Li Diagnosis and Prognosis: Health Care and Development in China and India […]
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Fall/Winter 2004

  Introduction Geoffrey Cameron & Sam Grey InSight, In Focus: Observations Arising from the Inaugural Canadian National Students’ Conference in International Development Studies   Articles Honor Brabazon Development as Resistance: An Examination of the Impact of Development on Globalization Jessica Dobyns Reconstruction of Urban Space: Urban Agriculture Initiatives in Toronto and Kampala Hilary Hove Cr
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