A collaboration between The University of Manchester, Edinburgh University, Essex University, Lancaster University and Leeds University with Fellowships based at Cardiff University, Queens University Belfast and The University of Salford
International Workshop at the National University of Dong Hwa
Mark Harvey, principal investigator of the Bottled Water project gave the opening speech entitled ‘Properties of water: an economic sociology analysis' at a two day international conference on the Economic Sociology of Water at National Dong Hwa Univeristy, Hualien, Taiwan (March 27-28).
The Bottled Water project takes a comparative approach to drinking water practices in Delhi, Taiwan and the UK.The workshop follows Mark's presentation on Dec 4th at The National Development Institute, Faculty of Social Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei: "An historical and comparative economic sociology of drinking water: the UK, Taiwan and Delhi".
The conference was funded by:
National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
The Sustainable Practices Research Group
The British Academy, UK
National Science Council, Taiwan
The conference programme can be downloaded below.
Date: 27 Mar 2013 - 28 Mar 2013Location: National University of Dong Hwa, Hualien, TaiwanTime: time TBA