Crosscurrents: Shifting Flows in Social Research on Water Issues

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 02:00 to 06:00
John Hume Boardroom

Part 1: Anthropological Engagements with Water-related Policies
Changing Water Ways: Bringing new epistemological flows into international water policy
Veronica Strang, Professor of Anthropology and Executive Director, Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University
Water Down Drains: Anthropological perspectives on urban water management and socio-economic inequality in South Africa
Andrew ‘Mugsy’ Spiegel, Emeritus Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Cape Town
Part 2: Collaborations between Social and STEM Sciences in Water Research
Transdisciplinary Research Processes?
Experiences from the ‘Water is Life’ Project Honor Fagan,
Professor of Sociology, Maynooth University
The Social Scientific Agenda of the EU Horizon 2020 WaterSPOUTT Project
Daniel Etongo Bau, Postdoctoral Fellow, Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute
This event is sponsored by the MA programme in Anthropology and Development at Maynooth University and the Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute (MUSSI). It is free and open to all.
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