Theses & Dissertations

Master’s Theses

Andrea Janet Marston, MA Geography, 2012. Post-neoliberal nature? Community water governance in peri-urban Cochabamba, Bolivia.

Margaret Morales, MA RMES, 2012. Citizenshit – the Right to Flush: Sewage Management and its Meanings in Villa Lamadrid, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cynthia Morinville, MA RMES, 2012. Beyond the Pipe: participation and alternative water provision in underserved areas of Accra, Ghana

Lucy Rodina, MA RMES, 2013. Lived notions of citizenship and the human right to water in Site C, Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa.

Megan Peloso, MA RMES, 2014. Navigating water access and governance in peri-urban Ashaiman, Ghana: a case study.

Elizabeth Koryoo Dapaah, MA RMES, 2014. Water access and governance among indigenous and migrant low income communities in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA), Ghana

Beatrice Rose Simms, MA RMES, 2014. “All of the water that is in our reserves and that is in our territory is ours” : colonial and Indigenous water governance in unceded Indigenous territories in British Columbia
*Received the Freda Pagani Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award (IRES)

Sameer H. Shah, MSc RMES, 2015. Water variability, livelihoods, and adaptation: a case study from the Angat River Basin (Philippines)
*Received the Freda Pagani Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award (IRES)
** Received the Governor General’s Gold Medal Award

Emma Luker, MSc RMES, 2017. Transitioning towards water supply diversification : possibilities for groundwater in Cape Town, South Africa

PhD Dissertations

Danika Kleiber, PhD RMES, 2014. Gender and small-scale fisheries in the Central Philippines.

Phil Torio, PhD RES, 2016. Water privatization in Metro Manila: assessing the state of equitable water provision.

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