Waterworlding stands for a research perspective at the University of Marburg and an international, interdisciplinary network of water research in cultural studies and social sciences. Waterworlding brings together empirical cultural studies and anthropologies of multiple waters as well as concepts which make waters tangible. Waterworlding is a useful term to examine the complex ways in which waterworlds assemble. It takes the concept of waterworlds as its starting point and focuses on practices, processes, infrastructures, logics, policies, ideas and materials involved in their emergence.


The team of the Institute for European Ethnology / Cultural Studies at the University of Marburg invites you to the digital conference Waterworlding. Reflecting on Multiple Waters June 17-19 2021.

For more information about the program and how to register, see Conference.