Tagged: Water governance

Making Gender Visible in Transboundary Waters

On September 29 and 30, IHE Delft hosted the workshop “(En)Gendering Transboundary Water Governance: Feminist Perspectives on Water Conflict and Cooperation.” A variety of presentations and discussions unpacked the gendered dynamics of water diplomacy...

Did video kill the radio star?

Our MSc students in Water Governance and Management produced three podcasts to present the findings of the fieldtrip in Alentejo (Portugal). The first transmission of the once-famous MTV channel was a video-song by a...

A few of our favourite water books

Usually this kind of posts come at the end of the year. We are a bit late, but still hope to inspire you with this selection of the best water books we read in...

Heterotopias and a serious joke at IHE library

With the notion of heterotopia Foucault describes spaces that are somehow “different”, mirroring and yet distinguishing themselves from what is outside, like gardens, cemeteries, or ships. Heterotopias are places of imagination, escape, otherness and a...

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