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Institute of Advanced Study

IAS Staff

Prof Veronica Strang - all publications

Authored book

Chapter in book

  • Strang, V. (2017). Justice for All: inconvenient truths and reconciliation in human-non-human relations. In Routledge International Handbook of Environmental Anthropology. Kopnina, H. & Shoreman-Ouimet, E. London, New York: Routledge. 259-275.
  • Strang, V. (2017). The Gaia Complex: bioethical challenges to an anthropocentric ‘common future'. In Anthropological Visions of Sustainable Futures. London, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Strang, V. (2016). Re-imagined Communities: a new ethical approach to water policy. In The Oxford Handbook of Water Politics and Policy. Conca, C. & Weinthal, E. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Strang, V. (2015). Reflecting Nature: water beings in history and imagination. In Waterworlds: anthropology in fluid environments. Hastrup, K. & Hastrup, F. Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books. 247-278.
  • Strang, V. (2013). Conceptual Relations: water, ideologies, and theoretical subversions. In Thinking With Water. Chen, C., Macleod, J. & Neimanis, A. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press. 185-211.
  • Strang, V. (2013). Dam Nation: Cubbie Station and the waters of the Darling. In The Social Life of Water in a Time of Crisis. Wagner, J. Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books. 36-60.
  • Strang, V. (2012). Diverting Water: cultural plurality and public water features in an urban environment. In Water, Cultural Diversity and Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures?. Johnston, B., Hiwasaki, L., Klaver, I., Ramos-Castillo, A. & Strang, V. Paris, Dordrecht, New York: Springer and UNESCO. 97-116.
  • Strang, V. (2012). Extremely Private: water trading and the commoditization of water. In Water, Cultural Diversity and Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures?. Johnston, B., Hiwasaki, L., Klaver, I., Ramos-Castillo, A. & Strang, V. Paris, Dordrecht, New York: Springer and UNESCO. 257-260.
  • Strang, V. (2012). Water, Land and Territory. In A Handbook of Social Anthropology. Fardon, R., Harris, O., Marchand, T., Nuttall, M., Shore, C., Strang, V. & Wilson, R. London: Sage. 312-328.
  • Strang, V. (2011). Elusive Forms: materiality and cultural diversity in the ownership of water. In Property Rights and Sustainability: the evolution of property rights to meet ecological challenges. Grinlinton, D. & Taylor, P. Leiden: Brill | Nijhoff. 195-218.
  • Strang, V. (2011). Fluid Forms: owning water in Australia. In Ownership and Appropriation. Busse, M. & Strang, V. Berg. 171-195.
  • Busse, M. & Strang, V. (2011). Introduction. In Ownership and Appropriation. ASA Monographs. Oxford, New York: Berg. 1-20.
  • Strang, V. (2010). Mapping histories cultural landscapes and walkabout methods. In Environmental Social Sciences: Methods and Research Design. Vaccaro, I., Smith, E.A. & Aswani, S. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 132-156.
  • Strang, V. (2009). Water and Indigenous Religion: Aboriginal Australia. In The Idea of Water. Tvedt, T. & Oestigaard, T. London: I.B Tauris. 343-377.
  • Strang, V. (2009). Water in Aboriginal Australia. In Ideas of Water from Ancient Societies to the Modern World. Tvedt, T. & Oestigaard, T. London: I.B Tauris. 1: 343-377.
  • Strang, V. (2009). Water Sports: a tug-of-war over the river. In Tourism Power and Culture: anthropological perspectives. Carrier, J. & Macleod, D. Bristol: Channel View Press. 27-46.
  • Strang, V. (2008). Blue, Green and Red: combining energies in defence of water. In Deep Blue: critical reflections on nature, religion and water. Shaw, S. & Francis, A. London: Equinox Publishing. 253-274.
  • Strang, V (2008). Commentary. In River Journeys. Scheibenbogen, Silvia Brisbane: International RiverFoundation. 51.
  • Strang, V. (2008). Introduction. In Water Ways: competition and communality in the use and management of water. Strang, V. & Toussaint, S. Special Issue of Oceania. 78: 1-4.
  • Strang, V. (2008). The Social Construction of Water. In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. David, B. & Thomas, J. World Archaeological Congress (WAC) Research Handbook Series, Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press. 123-130.
  • Strang, V. (2008). Uncommon ground landscapes as social geography. In Handbook of landscape archaeology. David, B. & Thomas, J. Walnut Creek, Calif.: Left Coast. 51-59.
  • Strang, V. (2008). Wellsprings of Belonging: water and community regeneration in Queensland. In Water Ways: competition and communality in the use and management of water. Strang, V. & Toussaint, S. Special Issue of Oceania. 78: 30-45.
  • Strang, V. (2006). Aqua Culture: the flow of cultural meanings in water. In Water: histories, cultures, ecologies. Leybourne, M. & Gaynor, A. University of Western Australia Press. 68-80.
  • Strang, V. & Garner, A. (2006). Introduction. In Fluidscapes: water, identity and the senses. Strang, V. & Garner, A. Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands. 10: 147-154.
  • Strang, V. (2006). Substantial Connections: water and identity in an English cultural landscapes. In Fluidscapes: water, identity and the senses. Strang, V. & Garner, A. Brill Academic Publishers. 10: 155-177.

Edited book

  • Strang, V. (2016). Transforming the Way We Think. Durham: Durham University: Institute of Advanced Study.
  • Fardon, R., Harris, O., Marchand, T., Nuttall, M., Shore, C., Strang, V. & Wilson, R. (2012). Handbook of Social Anthropology. SAGE Publications/Association of Social Anthropologists of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, London: Sage.
  • Johnston, B., Hiwasaki, L., Klaver, I., Ramos-Castillo, A. & Strang, V. (2012). Water, Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures?. Paris, Dordrecht, New York: Springer and UNESCO.
  • Strang, V. & Busse, M. (2011). Ownership and Appropriation. ASA Monographs (Association of Social Anthropologists Monographs ). Oxford & New York: Berg Publishers.
  • Strang, V., Edensor, T. & Puckering, J. (Forthcoming). From the Lighthouse: interdisciplinary reflections on light. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Edited Journal

Journal Article

Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • Strang, V. (2008). Owning Water. The University of Auckland News 5.
  • Strang, V. (2008). Privatisation of Assets Never Cut and Dry. New Zealand Herald 13.

Other (Digital/Visual Media)

Other (Print)

Report

  • Strang, V. (2017). Valuing the Cultural and Spiritual Dimensions of Water. Report to the United Nations High-Level Panel on Water.
  • Strang, V. (2012). Comparative International Claims to Water and Water Management by Indigenous Peoples. Advisory report for Waitangi Tribunal on behalf of New Zealand Maori Council and other claimants, WAI 2357, WAI 2358, New Zealand.
  • Strang, V (2012). Expert advice to Waitangi Tribunal, New Zealand, Maori Water Claim WAI 2537.
  • Strang, V (2012). Responses to Crown Counsel Cross-examination, Waitangi Tribunal, Maori Water Claim WAI 2358.
  • Busse, M. & Strang, V. (2009). Taniwha Springs - Indigenous Rights and Interests in Water: comparative and international perspectives. advisory report for Ngā Puna Wai o Te Tokotoru, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Strang, V. (2007). A Conceptual Framework for UNESCO’s Ecohydrology Programme: Paper prepared for Scientific Advisory Committee, UNESCO International Ecohydrology Programme.
  • Strang, V. (2007). A Conceptual Framework for UNESCO’s Ecohydrology Programme. Paper prepared for Scientific Advisory Committee, UNESCO International Ecohydrology Programme.
  • Strang, V. (2006). Social Ecohydrology: integrating the social and natural sciences, Research Paper prepared for Scientific Advisory Committee, UNESCO International Ecohydrology Programme.
  • Strang, V. (2006). Social Ecohydrology: integrating the social and natural sciences. Research Paper prepared for Scientific Advisory Committee, UNESCO International Ecohydrology Programme.

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