Thursday, March 1, 2018

5 March 2018: Virus Geography in a City: from Structuralist to Complexity Theories - and back

Olivier Telle
Centre for Social Science and Humanities (CSH)

The last two decades have witnessed an increase in various infectious diseases (Ebola, dengue, chikungunya, Zika, etc. The aim of the talk is to present social sciences paradigms, concepts, methods and tools that enable to analyze this emergence, and to illustrate the usefulness of these methods for the specific case of dengue epidemics that regularly affect asian urban areas. This illustration will summarize 10 years of research conducted on dengue geography at urban scales in two different Asian agglomerations: Delhi and Ventiane.

Date: March 5, 2018
Time: 03:30 P.M.

Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH)
2, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Road,
New Delhi 110011

Please note that this is an internal seminar with a limited number of seats. RSVP mentioning your full name to be sent at the latest on Saturday 2 December, to:


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