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The book has been translated into two other languages:
- Polish version (2012): Prawo do wody. W perspektywie politycznej, gospodarczej i społecznej. Published by Polish Humanitarian Action, Warsaw, Poland.
- Spanish version(2014): El Derecho Al Agua: Economia, politicia y movimientos sociales. Published by Editorial Trillas S.A. de C.V., Mexico.
Published Reviews of the Book:
- Antipode by John Agnew
- Journal of Human Rights and the Environment by Lee Godden
- AAG Review of Books by Kate Berry
- H2O (in Dutch) by Michael van der Valk
- Documents d’Anàlisi Geogràfica (in Spanish) by Álvaro Francisco Morote Seguido
- Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development by Rory Padfield
- Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography by Manuel Prieto
Guest Editor of Special Issues of International Journals:
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles, Book Chapters, Entries:
- 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. (Open 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.
At the requests from editors, this chapter has been reprinted in two further books:
- Sultana, Farhana 2008, Gender and Development: Critical Concepts in Development Studies, Janet Momsen (Ed.), Ch 43, Vol. III, Routledge, London, Pp. 173-196.
- 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
- At the request from the editor, this article has been reprinted in the book:
- Crow, Ben and Farhana Sultana , 2011, The Geopolitics of Natural Resources, D. Feldman (Ed.) Edward Elgar: London. Pp. 311 – 326.
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. (Open 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.
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 2000, “Water and Sanitation” and “Healthy Physical Environment” In The Common Country Assessment of the United Nations in Bangladesh, University Press Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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)