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4-5 April, Agriculture and the production of the Global South, 1900s-1960s


Workshop at the Käte Hamburger Research Centre global dis:connect, LMU Munich 

4-5 April 2024

The importance of agriculture and extractive industries to the making of the Global South in the 20th century has been obfuscated by the resonance of modernisation theory, dependency theory and development economics since the Second World War. With this workshop, themed Agriculture and the production of the Global South, 1900s-1960s, we seek to move beyond the rigid dualism of postwar models of growth and development by excavating processes and trajectories in the Global South and Global North that reveal the importance of agriculture and extractive production to the making of our contemporary world.

Organisers: Paula Vedoveli, Judd Kinzley
Information on the programme will be published soon.

Please register here by 28 March.