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Larry Swatuk is a Professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development and is also a Faculty Member of the Water Institute, the Balsillie School of International Affairs and is cross-appointed to the School of Planning and the Department of Geography and Environmental Management. Dr. Swatuks research focuses on the political economy of natural resources with a particular focus on freshwater governance and management in the Global South. He teaches courses in global political economy, theories of international development, and water security. Swatuk is also Associate Editor of the open access journal Water Alternatives and a founding member of the Environmental Peacebuilding Association.
INDEV 200: Political Economy of Development
INDEV 602: Theories of Development
INDEV 608: Water and Security
INDEV 613: Water, Human Security and Development
- Larry A. Swatuk, Gregg Brill, Charon Buchner-Marais, Kirsty Carden, Ernst Conradie, Jenny Day, Joanna Fatch, Jessica Fell, Mafaniso Hara, and Bongani Ncube, eds, 2021. Towards the Blue-Green City: Building Urban Water Resilience (Water Research Commission)
- Larry A. Swatuk and Lars Wirkus, eds, 2018. Water, Climate Change and the Boomerang Effect: Unintentional Consequences for Resource Insecurity, (London and New York: Earthscan Studies in Water Resource Management Series).
- Larry A. Swatuk and Corrine Cash, eds, 2018. Water, Energy, Food and People Across the Global South: ‘The Nexus’ in an Era of Climate Change, (Palgrave: Macmillan).
- Larry A. Swatuk, 2018. Water in Southern Africa, (Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press)
- Joanna Fatch and Larry A. Swatuk, 2018. ‘Boundaries of Benefit Sharing: Mapping Conflict and Cooperation in the Lake Malawi/Niassa/Nyasa Sub-Basin’, Water Security Vol. 4-5, pp. 26-36.
- Larry A. Swatuk, 2018. Environmental Resource Governance and Peace: a Critical Perspective. In: Ashok Swain and Joakim Öjendal, eds, Routledge Handbook of Environmental Conflict and Peacebuilding (Oxford: Routledge), pp.315-328.
- Ph.D - Political Science & International Relations, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
- M.A. - Political Science & International Relations, University of Windsor
- B.A. (Hons.) - Political Science, University of Windsor