Dammed Water: Water as a National Commodity

A cultural and historical analysis of the recent past of the Nile Valley shows how interpretations and perceptions of territory, space, and nature are not necessarily indisputably “true” and definitive principles. On the contrary, they are constructed and, therefore, changeable.

Montreal and Its Waters: An Entangled History

This article highlights how Montreal’s relationship to its water sources has always been experienced and mediated through two intersecting processes: the actual state and presence of water in the landscape, and current representations of water and the ways in which water manifests itself in everyday life.