Kathryn Furlong is an External Associate at PRIO.

Kathryn Furlong

PhD Student in Geography at University of British Columbia

Work phone: 4722 54 77 00

Languages spoken:

English, French, Spanish (working knowledge)

Working experience:

11/2008 - Present, SSHRC Post-doctoral Fellow

09/2007-09/2008 - Post-doctoral Researcher, Program on Water Governance, University of British Columbia

09/2002-02/2003 - Research Assistant, Liu Centre for the Study of Global Issues, UBC

09/2000–07/2002 PRIO, on secondment from the International Institute for Sustainable Development;

10-12/2000 The Carbon War Ltd. London, UK, Environmental Consultant;

09/1997-09/1999 National Research Council of Canada, WES Student;

Consulting/Community-Based Research

10/2008 – 05/2009    Consultant for CONIWAS – Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation, Ghana
            Consultant (Volunteer) through the Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE)

06/2008 – 02/2009    Consultant, Union Water and Wastewater Services (UWSS) Ontario, Canada
           
09/2001 – 03/2004    Collaborative Management of Protected Areas in Central/Eastern Europe (COMPAS)

06–09/2000    Strategic Environmental Analysis, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) PAN Parks Initiative


External homepage: 

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Publications:
Furlong, K. (2008) Hidden Theories, Troubled Waters: Response to Critics. Political Geography 27(7), 811-814.

Furlong, K. (2006) Hidden Theories, Troubled Waters: International Relations, the 'Territorial Trap', and the Southern African Development Community's Transboundary Waters. Political Geography 25(4), 438-458.

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