Volume 12 | Issue 3

October 2019

Special Themed Section: Cultural political economy and critical water studies
Guest Editor: Peter P. Mollinga

Cultural political economy and critical water studies: an introduction to the special themed section
Peter P. Mollinga

Political culture in water governance: a theoretical framework
Nadine Reis

Imagineering waterscapes: the case of the Dutch water sector
Chris Büscher

Cultural political economy of irrigation management in northeastern Ethiopia: The case of the Kobo-Girana Valley Development Programme
Million Gebreyes and Detlef Müller-Mahn

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Reform and regression: Discourses of water reallocation in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Rebecca Peters and Philip Woodhouse

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Undercurrents of Participatory Groundwater Governance in rural Jalna, Western India
Poonam Argade and NC Narayanan

Articles

Policy discretion, adaptation pressure and reloading implementation experiences in EU water governance: The case of the Netherlands
Marjolein C.J. van Eerd, Mark A. Wiering and Carel Dieperink

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Gender, water, and nutrition in India: An intersectional perspective
Amit Mitra and Nitya Rao

Participation and power dynamics between international non-governmental organisations and local partners: A rural water case study in Indonesia
Ian Cunningham, Juliet Willetts, Keren Winterford and Tim Foster

Giving water its place: Artificial glaciers and the politics of place in a high-elevation Himalayan village
Arjun Sharma

City sanitation planning through a political economy lens
Kumi Abeysuriya, Juliet Willetts, Naomi Carrard and Antoinette Kome

De- and re-politicisation of water security examined through the lens of hydrosocial cycle: The case of Jakarta’s seawall plan
Thanti Octavianti and Katrina Charles

The Yarmouk tributary to the Jordan River I: Agreements impeding equitable and sustainable transboundary water arrangements
Mark Zeitoun, Chadi Abdallah, Muna Dajani, Sa’eb Khresat and Heather Elaydi

The Yarmouk tributary to the Jordan River II: International infrastructure impeding transformation of equitable and sustainable transboundary water arrangements
Mark Zeitoun, Chadi Abdallah, Muna Dajani, Sa’eb Khresat and Heather Elaydi

The multilevel governance of drinking water in French Polynesia: Understanding the discrepancy between the law and local practices. The case of the Tuamotu Archipelago
Klervi Fustec

Note: Final titles and authorship might slightly differ. In case of delayed resubmission by contributors, articles might also only be published in the following issue.