Centre for Critical Development Studies Annual Al Berry Lecture Invitation
Development or Justice? A Global History: Jeremy Adelman
The Centre for Critical Development Studies (CCDS) at the University of Toronto Scarborough is pleased to invite you to the annual Al Berry Lecture. Join us for an evening discussion with Jeremy Adelman as we take a long, global view of development: what it has meant and speculations on what’s left in the age of climate change, uncertainty, and inequality. The lecture will take place on Wednesday, September 26th in the AC Building, Room AC 223 (next to Bladen Library) at 7pm.
About the Speaker: Jeremy Adelman is the Henry Lea Professor of History and the Director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University. He is the author of 3 books, five edited volumes and countless articles that intersect the fields of Latin American history, global history, and development history. His most recent books include Worldly Philosopher: The Odyssey of Albert O. Hirschman (2013) is a chronicle of one of the 20th Century’s most original development thinkers; and, as a coauthor, Worlds Together, Worlds Apart (4th edition, 2014), a history of the world from the beginning of humankind to the present.