Category: Research

Connections #4 – Jerrycans

The fourth micro-essay of a series inspired by the photos of #EverydayNile, drawing connections among people, places, waters, and stories along the Nile river. Jerrycans are a commonplace in pictures about water in Africa....

Connections #3 – Where the river ends

The third of a micro-essay series inspired by the photos of #EverydayNile, drawing connections among people, places, waters, and stories along the Nile river. The first experiment of #EverydayNile took place in February 2019...

Connections #2 – Walking away

The second of a micro-essay series inspired by the photos of #EverydayNile, drawing connections among people, places, waters, and stories along the Nile river. Three figures are turning their back to the camera, walking...

Connections #1 – Three boats on the Nile

This is the first of a micro-essay series inspired by the photos of #EverydayNile to draw connections among people, places, waters, and stories along the Nile river. In his newsletter on African photography “Tender...

Critically caring for water

Care is both a concept and an attitude. Therefore, the fourth episode of the series “Caring in water governance” – written by Christelle Gramaglia, Andres Verzijl, Tavengwa Chitata, Hajar Choukrani, Caroline Lejars, and Arianna...

Can a model care?

In the third episode of the series “Caring matters in water governance”, Rozemarijn ter Horst, Bruno Bonté and Jean-Philippe Venot address critical questions about modelling that are seldom raised in scientific and professional debates...

Caring matters in knowing water

The introductory post of a series on “Caring matters in knowing water” based on the research undertaken by Margreet Zwarteveen during her FIAS Fellowship at the Montpellier Advanced Knowledge Institute on Transitions, and on...

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