MSc (RES) (Sociology and Social Science), MSc (RES) (Applied Sustainable Development), BSc (Fundamental and Applied Chemistry)
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Dilshaad was trained as a chemist at the University of Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris and graduated in Sustainable Development specialising in Social and Political Sciences at the Paris Dauphine University. Her research interests focuses mainly on the anti-utilitarian theory of social action and the Maussian Gift paradigm. She is a part-time PhD student at CCRI and is currently assisting on the EU Horizon 2020 funded SUFISA project.
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Braïda, B.,Bundhoo, D.,Engels, B.and Hiberty, P. C. (2008) Testing the validity of the conventional resonance model for protonated carbonyl, imine and thiocarbonyl compounds. An Ab initio valence bond study, Organic Letters, 10 (10). pp. 1951-1954. ISSN 1523-7060
Keech, D., Kirwan, J., Maye, D. and Bundhoo, D. (2014) UK National-level Report on the meanings assigned to the performance of food supply chains. Deliverable 2.1 of GLAMUR (Global and Local food chain Assessment: a Multidimensional performance-based approach), a Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community. Theme [KBBE.2012.2.5-03], Grant agreement no: Grant agreement no: 311778. March.
Kirwan, J., Maye, D., Bundhoo, D. and Keech, D. (2014) Delphi Survey: Final Report. Work Package 2 for GLAMUR (Global and Local food chain Assessment: a Multidimensional performance-based approach), a Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community. Theme [KBBE.2012.2.5-03], Grant agreement no: Grant agreement no: 311778. February.
Maye, D., Kirwan, J., Keech, D. and Bundhoo, D. Assessing food chain performance from a consumer perspective: relations between place of residence and consumer knowledge and practice. Rural Geography Research Group: The Food Rurality Nexus. RGS, London, 31 August – 2 September, 2016.
Kirwan, J., Maye, D., Vigani, M. and Bundhoo, D. Making the connections between medium and small-scale dairy farmers and inshore fishers: a resilience perspective. Rural Geography Research Group and Food Geographies Research Group: Connecting food system sustainability and resilience through a geographical lens. RGS, London, 31 August – 2 September.
(2012) Social Crisis in the Lower Maroni - A Gift perspective, University of Paris Dauphine, Masters’ Thesis (High Honours) directed Dr Philippe Chanial