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Mexico

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case of the Intercultural Universities in Mexico This seminar will present findings of an exploratory study of the Intercultural University of Veracruz, one of a number of institutions created in Mexico to ensure access for indigenous populations, promote local development and to provide... Tristan McCowan 15 May 2018
2 Governing migration through death in Europe and the US: Identification, burial and the crisis of modern humanism Vicki Squire examines similarities and differences in practices of ‘governing migration through death’ across the US–Mexico (Sonoran) and in the EU–North African (Mediterranean) contexts Vicki Squire 24 Nov 2016
3 Creative Commons Maya Literary Traditions and Present-day Concerns Manuel May Castillo discusses Maya literary traditions and present-day concerns. Manuel May Castillo 27 Jul 2016
4 Learning from the Tlamatque Raul Macuil discusses learning from the Tlamatque. Raul Macuil 27 Jul 2016
5 Creative Commons The Materiality of Codex Mendoza Jorge Gomez Tejada discusses the materiality of the Codex Mendoza. Jorge Gomez Tejada 27 Jul 2016
6 Creative Commons MOLAB non-invasive investigations of Mesoamerican codices Antonio Sgamellotti discusses MOLAB non-invasive investigations of Mesoamerican codices. Antonio Sgamellotti 26 Jul 2016
7 Creative Commons The Codex Laud: Materiality and the problem of its provenance Maria Isabel Alvarez Icaza discusses the Codex Laud: Materiality and the problem of its provenance. Maria Isabel Alvarez Icaza 26 Jul 2016
8 Creative Commons MOLAB non-invasive investigations of Mesoamerican codices in the Bodleian libraries Constanza Milliani discusses MOLAB non-invasive investigations of Mesoamerican codices in the Bodleian libraries. Constanza Milliani 11 Jul 2016
9 Creative Commons Cultural and historical implications of non-destructive analyses on mesoamerican codices Davide Domenici discusses cultural and historical implications of non-destructive analyses on mesoamerican codices. Davide Domenici 11 Jul 2016
10 Creative Commons Panel Discussion 04 Day 2 afternoon speakers gather to answer questions from the audience. Chaired by Dr Joris Dik. Joris Dik 08 Jul 2016
11 Creative Commons Panel Discussion 03 Day 2 morning speakers gather to answer questions from the audience. Chaired by David Howell. David Howell 08 Jul 2016
12 Creative Commons Panel Discussion 02 Day 1 afternoon speakers gather to answer questions from the audience. Chaired by Martin Jansen. Maartin Jansen 08 Jul 2016
13 Creative Commons Technical Study of the Codex Borbonicus through non-invasive material characterization Fabien Pottier discusses the technical study of the Codex Borbonicus through non-invasive material characterzation. Fabien Pottier 08 Jul 2016
14 Creative Commons Anute Palimpsest: Full Body Scan Tim Zaman discusses the Anute Palimpsest: a full body scan. Tim Zaman 08 Jul 2016
15 Creative Commons Mixtec Colonial Maps and Land Tenure Omar Aguilar Sanchez discusses Mixtec colonial maps and land tenure. Omar Aguilar Sanchez 08 Jul 2016
16 Creative Commons The Codex Anute Palimpsest Ludo Snijders discusses the Codex Anute palimpsest. Ludo Snijders 08 Jul 2016
17 Creative Commons Non-Destructive Analysis of the Colombino Codex Jose Luis Ruvalcaba Sil discusses the non-destructive analysis of the Colombino Codex. Jose Luis Ruvalcaba Sil 08 Jul 2016
18 Creative Commons Panel Discussion 01 Day 1 morning speakers gather to answer questions from the audience. Chaired by Virginia M. Lladó-Buisán. Virginia M. Lladó-Buisán 08 Jul 2016
19 Creative Commons Contemporary K'iche Ritual Dance and the Dresden Codex Paul Van Den Asker discusses the contemporary K'iche ritual dance and the Dresden Codex. Paul Van Den Akker 08 Jul 2016
20 Creative Commons The Materiality of Colour in Pre-Columbian Codices: An Historical Approach Elodie Dupey Garcia discusses the materiality of colour in pre-Columbian Codices: An historical approach. Elodie Dupey Garcia 08 Jul 2016
21 Depicting the Mesoamerican Spirit World Alessia Frassani discusses the depiction of the Meso-american spirit world Alessia Frassani 08 Jul 2016
22 Creative Commons FMR 48 - From violence to more violence in Central America Many Central American migrants flee their home country as a result of violence and threats from the criminal gangs. A large number of them also encounter the same type of violence that they are fleeing when on the migratory routes through Mexico. Israel Medina 03 Jun 2015
23 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Public policy to address displacement in Mexico At hearings of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in November 2013 on the human rights situation in Mexico, the issue of the internally displaced in particular caught my attention. José Ramón Cossío Díaz 03 Jun 2015
24 Total war: Mexico and Europe, 1914 Professor Alan Knight give a seminar for the Latin American Centre series. Alan Knight 19 Mar 2015
25 Creative Commons FMR 45 Mexico: from the Guiding Principles to national responsibilities on the rights of IDPs The Mexican government needs facts and figures on internal displacement and then to mobilise national institutions to design appropriate responses. Fernando Batista Jiménez 07 Apr 2014
26 Creative Commons FMR 45 Mexicans seeking political asylum Banding together in response to a situation of this seriousness gives people strength and confidence, and provides emotional, social and – above all – legal and political support. Leticia Calderón Chelius 07 Apr 2014
27 Creative Commons FMR 45 Criminal violence and displacement in Mexico Rampant criminal violence, from direct coercion and physical threats to the erosion of the quality of life and livelihood opportunities, pushes people to move in a variety of ways. Sebastián Albuja 07 Apr 2014
28 Creative Commons Challenging Frontiers: On the Making—and Unmaking?—of Latin American Nations (especially Mexico). Alan Knight (St Antony’s College) gives a talk for the Latin American Centre seminar series. Alan Knight 15 Feb 2014
29 THEMIS: To move or not to move (when one arguably has the social capital): the mediating effect of migrant family networks on migration aspirations and planned and unplanned Mexico - U.S. migration Mathew Creighton presents his paper 'To move or not to move (when one arguably has the social capital)' co-authored by Fernando Riosmena, in Parallel session III(C) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond, 24-26 Sept 2013 Mathew Creighton 20 Jan 2014
30 Creative Commons THEMIS: The impact of sending states’ transnational policies on migration dynamics: a comparative analysis of South American cases Ana Margheritis presents her paper 'The impact of sending states’ transnational policies on migration dynamics: a comparative analysis of South American cases' in Parallel session III(B) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond Ana Margheritis 20 Jan 2014
31 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Mr Enrique González Tiburcio Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Mr Enrique González Tiburcio, Mexico. Enrique González Tiburcio 10 Jul 2013
32 Launch of Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network: Dr Gonzalo Hernández Ministers and distinguished high-level representatives from around twenty countries formally launched a new Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network in Oxford on 6 June. Dr Gonzalo Hernández, Mexico. Gonzalo Hernández 10 Jul 2013
33 Creative Commons Mexico's 'Official' Multidimensional Poverty Measure: A Comparative Study of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Populations Mexico's 'Official' Multidimensional Poverty Measure: A Comparative Study of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Populations. Iván González de Alba 24 Apr 2013
34 Creative Commons Immigrant Integration and Human Rights: Lessons from the US-Mexico Border Discussion on the problematic of discussing integration in a context of security enforcement policies in the US and neoliberal policies, with a focus on immigrants in the US/Mexico border region and in the US as a whole. Neil Harvey 06 Aug 2012
35 Tulum 2030: Adaptation to Climate Change Arnoldo Matus Kramer gives a presentation on the rationale behind the use of socioeconomic scenarios using the year 2030 to identify climate change adaptation options, barriers and priorities for the tourism community of Tulum in the Mexican Caribbean. Arnoldo Matus Kramer 02 Jun 2011
36 RSC Astor Lecture : Obama's policy challenges and the future of US immigration This podcast was recorded at the Refugee Studies Centre's Astor Lecture which was on Thursday 5th March 2009 at Rewley House, University of Oxford. Dawn Chatty, Audrey Singer 10 Mar 2009
37 Interview with Oscar F. Gil-Garcaa In this podcast Oscar F. Gil-Garcia is interviewed about his work on the photographic project 'Guatemalan forced migration: the politics of care in representing refugees'. Sean Loughna, Oscar F. Gil-Garcia 03 Jul 2008