Introduction: Global perspectives on gender-water geographies

Kathleen O'Reilly*, Sarah Halvorson, Farhana Sultana, Nina Laurie

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    Abstract

    This introduction summarizes the work featured in the themed section of Gender, Place and Culture titled 'Global geographies of gender and water'. It brings into dialogue scholars investigating a variety of gender-water relationships at different scales, including: poisoned waterscapes; fishing practices; and the implications of neoliberal water policies. The authors featured purposefully engage with the multi-faceted ways in which experiences, discourses and policies of water are gendered, and how gender is created through processes of access, use and control of water resources. In bringing these articles together, we have consciously aimed to support inclusive, feminist collaborative work and to prioritize diversity.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)381-385
    Number of pages5
    JournalGender, Place and Culture
    Volume16
    Issue number4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Aug 2009

    Keywords

    • Gender
    • Modernity
    • Nature-society
    • Neoliberalism
    • Water

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