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Series

Water and Society Lab: Water Talks

Water Talks are oriented towards interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary topics that relate to core themes of the Water & Society Lab, including Water and Governance, Water and Livelihoods, and Water and Environment.

Aim

The aim of the talks is to bring exposure to cutting-edge topics related to human interactions with water from perspectives of the natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences, including theoretical and applied (management) applications. Water Talks aims to stimulate discussion about socially relevant themes in an interactive format, which includes a combination of invited speakers, discussants and panels.

Organisation

Water Talks are organized by the Water & Society Lab, a cooperation between Leiden University College (LUC/FGGA) and the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology (CADS/FSW). The talks rotate between LUC and CADS. Water Talks are open to a wide audience of academics, students, and professional practitioners in governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

Contact

Please contact the coordinators with any questions regarding the talks: Paul Hudson and Sabine Luning.

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