DSA2018: Global inequalities
University of Manchester, 27-29th June
The DSA's annual conference in 2018 will take place at the University of Manchester at an earlier date than the past couple of years. The conference will focus centrally on Global Inequalities, while also encompassing the broad range of development studies interests.
Registration remains OPEN. ALL delegates must register whatever their role in the conference and registration is done via the registration page.
Please read our Quick reference guide to getting to the DSA2018 conference.
Accommodation advice and options are provided on the registration page.
The event marks 40 years of the DSA and 60 years of Development Studies at the University of Manchester. We aim to attract over 400 participants from the Development Studies community for three days of different session formats (panels, workshops, roundtables), keynotes, study group business meetings and social events.
DSA2018 has invited proposals for panels and workshops that engage critically with all dimensions of global inequalities and strategies aimed at challenging them. To have a real impact in this live area of debate, we aim to draw in colleagues from other disciplines so please share news of this conference with your networks beyond development studies. We have also encouraged different types of sessions at this year’s conference, including those that focus explicitly on strategic issues of policy and practice.
Any queries, please email conference(at)devstud.org.uk.
The conference programme consists of 69 accepted panels and their papers, and four keynotes plenaries and an early career plenary panel - including the Development and Change Annual Lecture and Oxford Development Studies Annual Lecture.
Download the printed conference programme here.