Biblioteca socioambiental: nuevas adquisiciones 2012

Gracias a una donación realizada por la Universidad de Wageningen, el Departamento de Ciencias Sociales ha adquirido 116 nuevos títulos dentro de la recientemente creada sección denominada “Biblioteca Socioambiental”, a disposición de la comunidad universitaria.

En esta oportunidad se colocó especial énfasis en incorporar libros sobre agua y enfoques para su gestión, a propósito de la creación de la Maestría en Gestión Pública de Recursos Hídricos. No obstante, también se han incorporado títulos sobre conflictos ambientales, ecología política y desarrollo.

El listado de los libros adquiridos este año sigue a continuación:

 

  1. Agnew C. y Woodhouse, P. (2011). Water resources and development. London: Routledge.
  2. Arora-Jonsson, S. (2012). Gender, development and environmental governance: theorizing connections. Routledge.
  3. Baert, P., Koniordos, S., Procacci, G. y Ruzza, C. (eds.).  Conflict, citizenship and civil society. Londres, New York: Routledge.
  4. Baker, M. (2005). The Kuhls of Kangra: community-managed irrigation in the Western Himalaya. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
  5. Balanyá, B., Brennan, B., Hoedeman, O., Kishimoto, S. y Terhost, P. (eds.). (2005). Reclaiming public water: achievements, struggles and visions from around the world. Transnational Institute: Corporate Europe Conservatory.
  6. Barceló, D., Carles, A., Carrera, J. y Castaño, S. (2008). Aguas continentales: gestión de recursos hídricos, tratamiento y calidad del agua. Madrid: CSIC.
  7. Barlow, M. y Clarke, T. (2002). Blue gold: the battle against corporate theft of the world’s water. London: Earthscan.
  8. Barnechea, A. y Tumi, F. (2011). El síndrome del cuarto del rescate: entrevistas a expertos, empresarios, autoridades y líderes de base sobre la relación del Perú con sus industrias extractivas. Lima: Paracas Comunicaciones, 2011.
  9. Bennett, V., Dávila-Poblete, S. y Nieves, M. (2005). Opposing currents: the politics of water and gender in Latin America. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  10. Bhavnani, K., Foran, J., Kurian, P. y Munshi, D. (eds.). (2009). On the edges of development: cultural interventions. New York: Routledge.
  11. Birkmann, J. (ed.). (2006). Measuring vulnerability to natural hazards towards disaster resilient societies. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  12. Biswas, A., Benedito, P.F., Tortejada, C. y Palermo, M. (2009). Integrated water resources management in Latin America. London: Routledge.
  13. Biswas, A.K. (2003). Water resources of North America. Berlin, New York: Springer.
  14. Biswas, A.K. y Tortajada, C. (2000). Integrated river basin management: the Latin American experience. New Delhi: Oxford University.
  15. Biswas, A.K. y Tortajada, C. (2009). Impacts of megaconferences on the water sector. Berlin: Springer.
  16. Biswas, A.K. y Tortajada, C. (eds.). (2005). Appraising sustainable development: water management and environmental challenges. New Delhi, New York: Oxford University Press.
  17. Biswas, A.K. y Tortejada, C. (eds.). (2007). Water pricing and public-private partnership. London: Routledge.
  18. Biswas, A.K. y Tortejada, C. (eds.). (2008). Water as a human right for the Middle East and North Africa. London: Routledge.
  19. Biswas, A.K. y Uitto, I. (2001). Sustainable development of the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna basins. Tokyo, New York: United Nations University Press.
  20. Biswas, A.K. y Uitto, J.I. (ed.). (2000). Water for urban areas: challenges and perspectives. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  21. Biswas, A.K., Cordeiro, N.V., Braga, B.F. y Tortajada, C. (eds.). (1999). Management of Latin American river basins: Amazon, Plata y Sao Francisco. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  22. Biswas, A.K., Herrera, C.T., Garduño, H.V. y Tortajada, C. (eds.). (1997). National water master plans for developing countries. Delhi, New York: Oxford University Press.
  23. Biswas, A.K., Rangachari, R. y Tortajada, C. (2009). Water resources of the Indian subcontinent. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009.
  24. Biswas, A.K., Tortajada, C. e Izquierdo, R. (eds.). (2009). Water management in 2020 and beyond. Berlin: Springer.
  25. Biswas, A.K., Tortajada, C., Braga, B. y Rodriguez, D.J. (eds.). (2006). Water quality management in the Americas.  Berlin: Springer.
  26. Biswas, A.K., Unver, O. y Tortajada, C. (eds.). (2004). Water as a focus for regional development. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  27. Biswas, A.K., Varis, O. y Tortejada, C. (eds.). (2005). Integrated water resources management in South and South-East Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  28. Bogardi, J. y Kundzewicz, Z.W. (2005). Risk, reliability, uncertainty and robustness of water resource systems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  29. Bossio, D. y Geheb, K. (2008). Conserving land, protecting water. Wallingford, UK; Cambridge, MA: CABI Publisher.
  30. Bruns, B., y Meizen-Dick, R. (eds.). (2010). Negotiating water rights. London: Intermediate Technology.
  31. Bunker, S. (2006). The snake with golden braids. Society, Nature and Technology in Andean Irrigation. Oxford: Lexington Books.
  32. Cáceres, E. (2002). El juicio del agua – “Unu huishi”: simbolismo y significado ecológico del agua en mitos andinos: El Milagro de la Laguna Sagrada” de Musuq Llanta. Quito: Abya – Yala.
  33. Carey, M.P. (2010). In the shadow of melting glaciers: climate change and Andean society. New York: Oxford University Press.
  34. Cato, M.S. (2011). Environment and Economy. London: Routledge.
  35. Chamberlain, G. (2008). Troubled waters: religion, ethics and the global water crisis. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
  36. Chesters, G. y Welsh, I. (2007). Complexity and social movements: multitudes at the edge of chaos. London, Routledge.
  37. Coles, A. y Wallace, T. (eds.). (2005). Gender, water and development. Oxford, New York: Berg.
  38. Cullet, P. (2009). Water law, poverty and development: water sector reforms in India. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.
  39. Da Costa, L. (ed.). (2011). A questao ambiental na America Latina: teoría social e interdisciplinaridade. Campinas, SP: Editora UNICAMP.
  40. Delli Priscoli, J. y Wolf, A.T. (2009). Managing and transforming water conflicts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  41. Dove, M. y Carpenter, C. (2008). Environmental anthropology: a historical reader. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publisher.
  42. Ericson, D. (ed.). (2011). The politics of inclusion and exclusion: identity politics in twenty-first century America.  New York: Routledge.
  43. Escobar, A. (2010). Una minga para el postdesarrollo: lugar, medio ambiente y movimientos sociales en las transformaciones globables. Lima: Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Programa Democracia y Transformación Global.
  44. Espeland, W.N. (1998). The struggle for water: politics, rationality and identity in the American Southwest. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  45. Faruqui, N.I., Biswas, A.K. y Bino, M.J. (eds.). (2001). Water management in Islam. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  46. Feldhaus, A. (1995). Water and womanhood: religious meanings of rivers in Maharashtra. New York: Oxford University Press.
  47. Fortier, A.M. (2008). Multicultural horizons: diversity and the limits of the civil nation. London: Routledge.
  48. García, A.F. (2008). El derecho humano al agua. Madrid: Trotta.
  49. Garrido A. y Dinar, A. (eds.). (2009). Managing water resources in a time of global change: mountains, valleys and flood plains. London, New York: Routledge.
  50. Getzler, J. (2006). A history of water rights at common law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  51. Gleick, P. (ed.). (1993). Water in crisis: a guide to the world’s fresh water resources. New York: Oxford University Press.
  52. Glick, T. (1970). Irrigation and society in medieval Valencia. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
  53. Gopalakrishnan, C., Tortajada, C. y Biswas, A.K. (2010). Water institutions: policies, performance and prospects. Berlin: Springer.
  54. Griffin, R.C. (ed.). (2011). Water policy in Texas: responding to the rise in scarcity. Washington DC: RFF Press.
  55. Grin, J., Rotmans, J. y Schot, J. (2011). Transitions to sustainable development: new directions in the study of long term transformative change. London: Routledge.
  56. Grosse, R., Thimmel, S. y Taks, J. (eds.). (2004). Las Cañillas Abiertas de América Latina. La resistencia a la Apropiación Privada del Agua en América Latina y el Mundo. Casa Bertolt Brecht: Montevideo.
  57. Gutierrez Garza, E. (2010). De las teorías de desarrollo al desarrollo sustentable. México, D.F.: Siglo XXI.
  58. Haglund, L. (2010). Limiting resources: market-led reform and the transformation of public goods. University Park, Pa.: Pennsylvania State University Press.
  59. Halliday, T. y Basiro, D. (eds.). (2007). Water and health in an overcrowded world. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.
  60. Howitt, R. (2001). Rethinking resources management: justice, sustainability and indigenous peoples. Londres, New York: Routledge.
  61. Isch, E. y Gentes, I. (2006). Agua y servicios ambientales. Visiones críticas desde los Andes. Abya Yala.
  62. Jacobsen, F. y McNeish, J.A.(eds.). (2006). From where life flows: the local knowledge and politics of water in the Andes. Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press.
  63. Jaquenod de Zsogon, S. (2005). Derecho ambiental: la gobernanza de las aguas. Madrid: Dykinson.
  64. Joyce, L. y Fash, B. (eds.). (2006). Precolumbian water management: ideology, ritual and power.  Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
  65. Koshy, M. (ed.). (2011). Climate change and food security. Mavelikara: Bishop Moore College.
  66. Krishnan, J. (2009). Enclosed waters: property rights, technology and ecology in the management of water resources in Palakkad, Kerala. Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan.
  67. Lansing, J.S. (1991). Priests and programmers: technologies of power in the engineered landscape of Bali. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  68. Lansing, J.S. (2006). Perfect order recognizing complexity in Bali. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
  69. Lezama, J.L. (2004). La construcción social y política del medio ambiente. México, D.F. : Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Demográficos y de Desarrollo Urbano.
  70. Lipsett-Rivera, S. (1999). To defend our water with the blood of our veins: the struggle for resources in colonial Puebla. Albuquerque: The University of new Mexico.
  71. Louka, E. (2008). Water law and policy: governance without frontiers. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.
  72. Mabry, J.B. (ed.). (1996). Canals and communities: small-scale irrigation systems. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
  73. MacGinty, R. y Williams, A. ( 2009). Conflict and development. London, New York: Routledge.
  74. Magallón, C. (ed.). (2008). El agua, derecho humano y raíz de conflictos. Zaragoza: Departamento de Educación, Cultura y Deporte.
  75. Mancisidor, M. (ed.). (2008). El derecho humano al agua: situación actual y retos de futuro. Barcelona: Icaria.
  76. Melosi, M. (2011). Precious commodity: providing water for American cities. Pittsburgh, Pa.; Pittsburgh Press.
  77. Mitchel, W.P. y Guillet, D.W. (1994). Irrigation at high altitudes: the social organization of water control systems in the Andes. Iowa: American Anthropological Association.
  78. Modak, P y Biswas, A.K. (1999). Conducting environmental impact assessment in developing countries. Tokyo, New York: United Nations Press.
  79. Molle, F. y Wester, P. (eds.).  (2009). River Basin Trajectories: Societies, Environments and Development. Reino Unido: CABI.
  80. Muñoz, O. (2009). Aguas arriba: la transformación socioeconómica del ecosistema Llanquihue-Chiloe (Chile) durante los años 90. Buenos Aires: Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO).
  81. Orlove, B., Wiegandt, E. y Luckman, B. (eds.). (2008). Darkening Peaks: Glacier Retreat, Science, and Society. University of California Press.
  82. Ostrom, E. (2000). El gobierno de los bienes comunes: la evolución de las instituciones de acción colectiva. Mexico D.F.: UNAM, Fondo de Cultura Económica.
  83. Peet, R., Robbins, P. y Watts, M. (eds.). (2011). Global political ecology. New York: Routledge.
  84. Pelling, M. (2011). Adaptation to climate change: from resilience to transformation. Abingdon, Oxon, England: Routledge.
  85. Pahl-Wostle, C., Kabat, P., Moltgen, J. (eds.). (2008). Adaptive and Integrated Water Management: Coping with complexity and uncertainty. Berlin: Heidelberg, Springler, Veglar.
  86. Pinto, M., Torchia, N. y Martín, L. (2008). El derecho humano al agua: particularidades de su reconocimiento, evolución y ejercicio. Buenos Aires: Abelardo Perrot.
  87. Postel, S. (1997). Last oasis: facing water scarcity. New York: W.W. Norton.
  88. Pradhan, R., Von Benda-Beckmann, F. y Von Benda-Beckmann, K. (eds.). (2000). Water, land and law: changing rights to land and water in Nepal: proceedings of a workshop held in Kathmandu. Kathmandu: Legal Research and Development Forum.
  89. Redclift, M.R. (ed.). (2005). New developments in environmental sociology. Northhampton, MA : E. Elgar.
  90. Reisner, M. (1993). Cadillac desert: the American west and its disappearing water. New York: Penguin.
  91. Ringler, C. y Biswas, A.K. (2009). Global change: impacts on water and food security. Berlin, Londres: Springer.
  92. Rivera, J.A. (1998). Acequia culture: water, land and community in the Southwest. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
  93. Rodríguez, S. (2006). Acequia: water-sharing, sanctity and place. Santa F, N.M.: School for Advanced Research Press.
  94. Rodriguez-Iturbe, I. y Rinaldo, A. (1997). Fractal river basins: chance and self-organizations. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  95. Santamaría, F.A. (2011). Los saberes de los niños acerca de los recursos hídricos: una aproximación al análisis de sus narrativas a interacciones. Bogotá: Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas.
  96. Scheumann, W., Neubert, S. y Kipping, M. (eds.). (2010). Water politics and development cooperation: local power plays and global governance. Berlin, KY: Springer.
  97. Schreiner, B. y Hassan, R. (2011). Transforming water management in South Africa: designing and implementing a new policy framework. Dordrecht, New York: Springer.
  98. Shiva, V. (2010). Las guerras del agua: privatización, contaminación y lucro. Brooklyn, NY: South end Press.
  99. Strang, V. (2006). The meaning of water. Oxford: Berg.
  100. Strang, V. (2009). Gardening the world: agency, identity and the ownership of water. New York: Berghahn.
  101. Sierra, M.T. (2004). Haciendo justicia: Interlegalidad, derecho y género en regiones indígenas. México D.F.: Miguel Ángel Porrúa.
  102. Swyngedouw, E. (2007). Social power and the urbanization of water: flows of power. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  103. Tortajada, C. (ed.). (2000). Women and water management: the Latin American experience. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
  104. Tortajada, C., Benedito, P.F., Biswas, A.K. y García, L.E. (eds.). (2003). Water policies and institutions in Latin America. New Delhi, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  105. Tortejada, C., Baris, O., Lundqvist, J. y Biswas, A.K. (eds.). (2006). Water management for large cities. London: Routledge.
  106. Tortolero, A. (2006). El agua y su historia: México y sus desafíos hacia el siglo XXI. México D.F.: Siglo Veintiunio.
  107. Townsend, P. (2009). Environmental anthropology: from pigs to policies. Prospect Heights, Il.: Waveland Press.
  108. Trawick, P.B. (2003). The struggle for water in Peru: comedy and tragedy in the Andean commons. California: Stanford University Press.
  109. Van Koppen, B., Giordiano, M. y Butterworth, J. (2007). Community-based water law and water resource management reform in developing countries. Wallingford, UK; Cambridge, MA: CABI.
  110. Varis, O., Tortajada, C. y Biswas, A.K. (eds.). (2008). Management of transboundary rivers and lakes. Berlin: Springer.
  111. Verzjil, A. (2007). Derechos de agua y autonomía local: análisis comparativo de los Andes Peruanos y los Alpes suizos. Lima: WALIR (Water Law and Indigenous Rights), IEP
  112. Vos, J. (ed.). (2010). Riego campesino en los Andes: seguridad hídrica y seguridad alimentaria en Ecuador, Perú y Bolivia. Lima: IEP, Universidad de Wageningen, Concertación.
  113. Walker, G. (2012). Environmental justice: concepts, evidence and politics. New York: Routledge.
  114. Wescoat, J. y White, G. (2003). Water for life: water management and environmental policy. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  115. Whiteford, L. y Whiteford, S. (eds.). (2005). Globalization, water & health: resource management in times of scarcity. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press.
  116. Whiteley, J.M., Ingram, H. y Perry, R.W. (Eds.). (2008). Water, place and equity. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
 

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