Ethical Waters

'Each time, seeing the devastation to the land triggers a sick feeling in my stomach. On my own, I think I would have shrunk down into despair or numbed myself because I felt incapable of addressing the huge, overwhelming scale of the destruction. Yet, on this walk, the sick feeling co-exists with a quietly hopeful... Continue Reading →


In this themed issue we have taken up this challenge: to interrogate and hopefully shift the terms of the current scholarly debate on water. Instead of focusing solely on water management and governance through a feminist perspective, we opted for featuring works that bring back cultural, philosophical and literary perspectives to the debate on water.... Continue Reading →

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