Volume 3, Issue 1 (2023) Water and Women in Past, Present and FutureThis summer we bring you a new volume with 11 articles on the politics and aesthetics of water, edited by Zdenka Kalnicka from Ostrava University. It should be a challenging and provocative read as the articles highlight not only a gendered political economy of water resources and allocations the world over but also philosophical and literary interpretations of the aesthetic dimensions of water and the feminine.
A Gender Perspective on Water Resources and Sanitation
The Ladies of the Water: Iemanjá, Oxum, Oiá and a Living Faith
Cláudia Cerqueira do Rosario
“The Place of Cool Waters”: Women and Water in the Slums of Nairobi, Kenya
Chi-Chi Undie, Johannes John-Langba, and Elizabeth Kimani