Thursday, 24 October 2019

Governance, security and transnationalisation of conflict in Rojava

One of the discussions we have had recently at SOAS is how to diversify assessment to make it more inclusive and develop professional skills beyond writing. We have had presentations as part of our assessment for years, and a couple of years back moved to video presentations. This form of assessment requires students to work together, develop their research ideas and present them in creative and accessible ways.
I was really happy when some of last year's students agreed to me putting their work on this blog. Here is a presentation by Adam Mahmoud and Cem Bozdogan on Governance and transnationalisation of conflict in the borderlands of Rojava. 10 mins for all this!

Governance and transnationalisation of conflict in the borderlands of Rojava  

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