Publications

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Books:

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  • The Right to Water has been translated into two other languages:

Guest Editor of Special Issues of International Journals:

  • (Under Preparation) Gender, Place and Culture Invited Guest Editor for Special Issue on ‘Scholars and Academic Freedom Under Threat’ in  (with Beverley Mullings)
  • 2014, Invited guest editor for journal SAGE Open

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles, Book Chapters, Entries:

  • Sultana, F. (Under preparation) “Climate Citizens versus Climate Subjects: The Relationship Between Climate Change and Citizenship”
  • Sultana, F. (Under Preparation) “Political Ecology” Progress in Human Geography [Invited Publication – Three Annual Articles: 2020, 2021, 2022]
  • Kenney-Lazar, M., A. Johnson, F. Sultana, J. Rice, T. Osborne, M. Himley, E. Havice, and A. Bebbington (Under Preparation), “Critical environmental governance: Relational praxis with the material world” Progress in Human Geography.
  • Sultana, F. (Under revision) “Decolonizing Development and the Pursuit of Social Justice”
  • Sultana, F. (Accepted) “Embodied Emotionalities of Field Research” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Society.
  • Sultana, Farhana (Revised & resubmitted) “Embodied intersectionalities of urban citizenship: Water, infrastructure, and gender in the global South” Annals of the American Association of Geographers.
  • Sultana, F. 2018 “An(Other) Geographical Critique of Development and SDGs” Dialogues in Human Geography Vol. 8, No. 2, Pp. 186-190. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2018. “The False Equivalence of Academic Freedom and Free Speech: Defending Academic Integrity in the Age of White Supremacy, Colonial Nostalgia, and Anti-intellectualism” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies. Vol. 17, No. 2, Pp. 228-57. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2018 “Water Justice: Why it Matters and How to Achieve it” Water International Vol. 43, No. 4, Pp. 483-493. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2018, “Gender and Water in a Changing Climate: Challenges and Prospects” Water Security Across the Gender Divide, Christiane Fröhlich, Giovanna Gioli, Roger Cremades and Henri Myrttinen (Eds.) Springer: The Netherlands. Pp. 17-33. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2017 “Reflexivity” The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, Douglas Richardson et al. (Eds.), Wiley-Blackwell and the Association of American Geographers. Pp. 105. (PDF)
  • Jackson, Peter, Walter Spiess and Farhana Sultana 2017, “Introduction: Understanding the Complexities of Eating, Drinking, and Surviving” in Eating, Drinking: Surviving. Springer: Netherlands. Pp. 1-12. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2016, “Breaking the Silence: A Feminist Call to Action” Canadian Geographer 60(2): 192–204 (with Linda Peake, Beverley Mullings, Kate Parizeau, Alison Mountz, Roberta Hawkins, and Laura Shillington). (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana, Chandra Talpade Mohanty and Sarah Miraglia 2016 “Gender Equity, Citizenship, and Public Water in Bangladesh” Making Public in a Privatized World, David McDonald (Ed.) Zed Books, UK. Pp. 149-164. (PDF)
  • Reprinted in Spanish:  Sultana, F., C. T. Mohanty, and S. Miraglia, 2017, “Igualdad de género, ciudadanía y agua pública en Bangladesh” Recursos, Vinculos Y Territorios Inflexiones Transversales En Torno Al Agua. Carlos Salamanca Villamizar, Francisco Astudillo Pizarro (Eds.), Rosario: UNR Editora. Pp. 128-140. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2016 “Governance Failures in Neoliberal Times” Invited Book Review Essay in Edited Symposium on ‘Privatizing Water’, Karen Bakker, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research Vol. 39, No. 5. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana Sultana, Farhana 2015, “Justice” Companion to Political Geography, Second Edition, John Agnew, Virginie Mamadouh, and Anna Secor and Joanne Sharp (Eds.), Wiley-Blackwell, UK. Pp. 127-140. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2015, “Emotional Political Ecology” The International Handbook of Political Ecology, Raymond Bryant (Ed.), Edward Elgar Publishing, UK. Pp. 633-645. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana and Alex Loftus, 2015, “The Human Right to Water: Critiques and Conditions of Possibility” WIREs Water Vol. 2, No. 2, Pp. 97-105. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2015, “Rethinking Community and Participation in Water Governance” The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Development, Anne Coles, Leslie Gray and Janet Momsen (Eds.), Routledge, London. Pp. 261-272. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2014, “By Whose Words Shall We Know, and to What End? Genealogies and its Others in Geography” Dialogues in Human Geography Vol. 4, No. 3. Pp. 335-338. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2014. “Doing Development as a Critical Development Scholar” Third World Quarterly Vol. 35, No. 3, Pp. 516-519. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2014, “The Right to Water” In Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles, and Practices, Debra Rowe (Ed.), Macmillan References USA, Detroit, Pp. 668-670. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2014, “Gendering Climate Change: Geographical Insights” The Professional Geographer Vol. 66, No. 3, Pp. 372-381 (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana, Chandra Talpade Mohanty and Sarah Miraglia 2013, “Gender justice and public water for all: Insights from Dhaka, Bangladesh” Municipal Services Project (MSP) Occasional Paper No. 18. Pp. 1-24.  Available at: (PDF)
  • Budds, Jessica and Farhana Sultana, 2013 “Exploring Political Ecologies of Water and Development” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space Vol. 30, Issue 2, Pp. 275 – 279. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2013, “Water, Technology, and Development: Transformations of Development Technonatures in Changing Waterscapes” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space Vol. 30, Issue 2, Pp. 337 – 353. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2012, “Producing Contaminated Citizens: Towards a Nature-Society Geography of Health and Wellbeing” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Vol. 102, Issue 5, Pp 1165-1172. (PDF)
  • Reprinted in: Sultana, Farhana 2014,  Geographies of Health, Disease and Well-being: Recent Advances in Theory and Method Mei-Po Kwan (Ed.).Routledge: NY.
  • Sultana, Farhana and Alex Loftus, 2012, “The Right to Water: Prospects and Possibilities” in The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social Struggles, Earthscan Water Text Series, Routledge: London and NY, Pp. 1-18. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2012, “Water, Culture and Gender: An Analysis from Bangladesh” In Water, Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures? B. R. Johnston (Ed) Springer: Netherlands, Pp. 237-252. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2011, “Spaces of Power, Places of Hardship: Rethinking Spaces and Places through a Gendered Geography of Water” In Gendered Geographies: Interrogating Space and Place in South Asia, S. Raju (Ed.) Oxford University Press: Delhi, Pp. 293-306. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2011, “Suffering for Water, Suffering from Water: Emotional Geographies of Resource Access, Control, and Conflict” Geoforum Vol. 42, Issue 2, Pp. 163-172. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana  2011, “Gender and Environment: Critical Tradition and New Challenges” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space Vol. 29, Issue 2, Pp. 237-253 (with Roberta Hawkins, Diana Odeja, and others). (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana  2010,  “Living in Hazardous Waterscapes: Gendered Vulnerabilities and Experiences of Floods and Disasters” Environmental Hazards Vol. 9, Issue 1, Pp. 43-53. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2009, “Community and Participation in Water Resources Management: Gendering and Naturing Development Debates from Bangladesh” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Vol. 34, Issue 3, Pp. 346-363. (PDF )
  • O’Reilly, Kathleen, Sarah Halvorson, Farhana Sultana and Nina Laurie 2009, “Introduction: Global Perspectives on Gender-Water Geographies” Gender, Place, and Culture Vol 16, No. 4, Pp. 381-385. (PDF )
  • Sultana, Farhana 2009, “Fluid Lives: Subjectivity, Gender and Water Management in Bangladesh” Gender, Place, and Culture Vol 16, No. 4, Pp. 427-444. (PDF )
  • Sultana, Farhana 2008, “The New Development Management: A Review” Invited Book Review of ‘The New Development Management’, Sadvi Dar and Bill Cooke (Eds.) 2008, Zed Books, London, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy Vol. 26, Issue 5, Pp. 1043-1044. (PDF)
  • Cahill, Caitlin, Farhana Sultana, and Rachel Pain 2007, “Participatory Ethics: Politics, Practices, Institutions” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies Vol. 6, Issue 3, Pp. 304 – 318.  (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2007, “Reflexivity, Positionality and Participatory Ethics: Negotiating Fieldwork Dilemmas in International Research” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies Vol. 6, Issue 3, Pp. 374 – 385. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2007. “Water, Water Everywhere But Not a Drop to Drink: Pani Politics (water politics) in Rural Bangladesh” International Feminist Journal of Politics Vol. 9, Issue 4, Pp. 494-502. (PDF )
  • Sultana, Farhana 2007, Four Entries: “Arsenic”, “Water Quality”, “Monsoon”, “Bangladesh” In Encyclopaedia of Environment and Society, P. Robbins (Ed.) Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana 2006, “Gendered Waters, Poisoned Wells: Political Ecology of the Arsenic Crisis in Bangladesh” In Fluid bonds: Views on Gender and Water, K. Lahiri-Dutt (Ed.) Stree Publishers: India. Pp. 362-386. (PDF)
  • Reprinted in: Sultana, Farhana 2008, Gender and Development: Critical Concepts in Development Studies, Janet Momsen (Ed.), Ch 43, Vol. III, Routledge, London, Pp. 173-196.
  • Reprinted in: Sultana, Farhana 2012, Diverting the Flow: Gender Equity and Water in South Asia, Margreet Zwarteveen, Sara Ahmed and Suman Gautam (Eds.), Zubaan Publications, Delhi, Pp. 240-272
  • Sultana, Farhana 2004. “Engendering a catastrophe: A Gendered Analysis of India’s river-linking project” In Regional Cooperation on Transboundary Rivers: Impact of the Indian River-linking Project. Eds. M.F. Ahmed, Q.K. Ahmad, and M. Khalequzzaman, pp. 288-305. Dhaka: BAPA Press. (PDF)
  • Crow, Ben and Farhana Sultana  2002. “Gender, class and access to water: Three cases in a poor and crowded delta” Society and Natural Resources 15(8): 709-724. (PDF)
  • Reprinted in: Crow, Ben and Farhana Sultana, 2011, The Geopolitics of Natural Resources, D. Feldman (Ed.) Edward Elgar: London. Pp. 311 – 326.
  • Sultana, Farhana and Crow, B. 2001. “Water concerns in rural Bangladesh: A gendered perspective” In Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: Challenges of the Millennium, ed. J. Pickford, pp. 416-419. UK: Loughborough University Press. (PDF)
  • Crow, Ben and Farhana Sultana  2000. “Water resources and gender: Unspoken realities and unfolding crisis in Bangladesh” In Bangladesh Environment 2000, ed. M. F. Ahmed, pp. 549-574. Dhaka: BAPA Press.

Refereed Policy Studies & Research Reports:

  • Sultana, Farhana. 2017. “The human right to water, gender justice, and sustainable development: Exploring connections and possibilities” in Proceedings of the Workshop on the Human right to Water at Vatican, Cátedra del Diálogo y la Cultura del Encuentro, Argentina. Pp. 54-57.  (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2012, Gender Research in Coastal Polders of Bangladesh. International Water Management Institute, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2011, “Drinking Water” Brochure of International Geographical Union for United Nations International Year of Global Understanding (with Olivier Graefe)
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2007, “Social Dynamics of Arsenic Contamination of Drinking Water: Issues for Policymakers” Tropical Agriculture Association Newsletter, Vol. 27, No. 4, Pp. 12-13.
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2006, “Gender Concerns in Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh: Trends and Challenges” In Selected Papers on the Social Aspects of Arsenic and Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh, Guy Howard (Ed.), Arsenic Policy Support Unit (APSU), Dhaka, Bangladesh, Pp. 53-84. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2005, Gender Concerns in Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh: Trends and Challenges. Commissioned Report submitted to Department for International Development (DFID), UK, and the Arsenic Policy Support Unit, Department of Public Health Engineering, Government of Bangladesh.
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2004, Irrigation Impacts Assessment: An Annotated Bibliography of Published Literature on Methods and Findings. International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka. (with Madhusudan Bhattarai)
  • Sultana, Farhana. 2002, Irrigation Impacts: An Annotated Bibliography. Comprehensive Assessment Program on Irrigation Impacts, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  • Sultana, Farhana. 1999, “Water and Sanitation” and “Healthy Physical Environment” In The Common Country Assessment of the United Nations in Bangladesh, University Press Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh. (PDF)
  • Sultana, Farhana. 1997, “Novel Development Strategies in the Third World” ISEES Research Paper, Institute for Social, Economic and Ecological Sustainability (ISEES), University of Minnesota (with Anne Kapuscinski).
  • Sultana, Farhana. 1995, “Academic Opportunities” In Environmental Audit of Princeton University. Princeton Environmental Reform Committee, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. (with Marlene Hass, Amy Marr, and Mike Sze)

Academic Dissertations and Theses:

  • Sultana, Farhana 2007. “Suffering for Water, Suffering from Water: Political Ecologies of Arsenic, Water and Development in Bangladesh.” Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Minnesota, MN, USA. Copyrighted. [Supervisors: Abdi Samatar (Geography, advisor), Eric Sheppard (Geography, chair), Richard Skaggs (Geography), Richa Nagar (Women’s Studies)]
  • Sultana, Farhana 1998. “In the Path of Nature’s Fury: Natural Hazards and Disaster Management in Bangladesh – A case Study of Tropical Cyclones and Storm Surge Disasters.” Unpublished M.A. Thesis Paper I, Department of Geography, University of Minnesota, MN, USA. [Supervisor: Richard Skaggs (Geography)]
  • Sultana, Farhana 1998. “Shrimp and Sustainability: Social and Ecological Impacts of the Shrimp Aquaculture Industry in Bangladesh.” Unpublished M.A. Thesis Paper II, Department of Geography, University of Minnesota, MN, USA. [Co-Supervisors: Abdi Samatar (Geography), Anne Kapuscinski (Fisheries and Wildlife)]
  • Sultana, Farhana 1996. “Coastal Protection Plans for Chittagong, Bangladesh: Reducing Storm Surge Death and Destruction.” Senior Honors Thesis, Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, USA. [Co-Supervisors: William Bonini (Geosciences), Kenneth Deffeys (Geosciences)]

Publicly-Engaged Scholarship:

  • Fighting racism in academia (2018) (open link)
  • Petition to uphold academic journal publishing standards (2017) (open link)