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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 FMR 52 General - The weakness of resettlement safeguards in mining It is questionable whether current planning practices can safeguard against the risks associated with displacement and resettlement. John R Owen, Deanna Kemp 11 Jul 2016
2 Creative Commons Claiming resources, honouring debts: miners, herders and the land masters of Mongolia Rebecca Empson of UCL discusses the form of capitalism emerging in Mongolia's mineral economy. An anthropology departmental seminar. Rebecca Empson 29 Apr 2014
3 Sir Humphry Davy: Natural Philosopher, Discoverer, Inventor, Poet, Man of Action When St Catherine's College was first being envisaged, creating an undergraduate body with an equal number of science and arts students was at the forefront of our Founder's minds. John Meurig Thomas 05 Oct 2012
4 A President, the Gobi and the Oxford Union: Environment, Politics and Mining in Mongolia. Three researchers analyse the Mongolian President's speech at the Oxford Union, October 2011. Drawing from their current research, the themes of environment, politics and mining influence in Mongolia are discussed and implications for the future assessed. Troy Sternberg, Nick McDonnell, Ariell Ahearn-Ligham 22 Nov 2011