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Curriculum of the project area water

Saturday

July 15th 2000

Arrival in Suderburg, all day registration at the Service Center

Sunday

July 16th 2000

Ceremonious welcome in Suderburg

First block: Problem analysis of water resource management

                      Intercultural, gender and technological aspects

1. week 17.07. - 23.07. Introduction (general, interdisciplinary and intercultural)
2. week 24.07. - 30.07. Water and Culture, Water and Gender
3. week 31.07. - 06.08. Health and water quality
4. week 07.08. - 13.08. Water distribution and uses
5. week 14.08. - 20.08. Waste water treatment and Watershed Management
6. week 21.08. - 27.08. Water purification
7. week 28.08. - 03.09. Excursions


Second block: Practical work in project groups

8.-11. week 04.09. - 01.10. Specialisation and practical work in projects
12. week 02.10. - 08.10. Presentation and conclusions, Ceremonious leave party in Suderburg
13. week 09.10. - 15.10. Presentation and conclusions, Departure


1. week: Introduction (general, gender aspects, interdisciplinary and disciplinary)


  9:00 - 10:30 lecture I 10:45 - 12:15 lecture II 13:30 - 16:30 workshop

Monday

July 17th

Chairwoman:

Ms. Kunst

Official welcome in Suderburg

 

by

Ms. Cremer-Renz, Germany
Ms. Dudek, Germany
Ms. Wolff-Gebhardt, Germany
Mr. Wittenberg, Germany
Ms. Beplate-Haarstrich, Germany
Ms. Urban, Germany

Water as bridge across science and art (global perspective on water)

 

by

Ms. Treusch-Dieter, Germany

Official welcome within ifu

 

by

Aylâ Neusel, president of ifu
Sabine Kunst, dean of project area water

Tuesday

July 18th

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst
Ms. Urban

Topics of organisation and Information about ifu-activities

by

the co-ordinators of the project area

Agenda 21 / Unced 21 as a frame of the project area water

by

Ms. Donta, Germany

local organization

Wednesday

July 19th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Gender and Sustainable Development: Research Agenda

 

by

Ms. Aithal, Germany

Women's Global Action for Sustainable Development

 

by

Ms. Aithal, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Intercultural communication
  • Conflict studies & management
  • Ecofeminism

Thursday

July 20th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

Local organization

Threat for ecosystems, NGO's influence on water policies

 

by

Ms. Khin Ni Ni Thein, Netherlands

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Future perspectives
  • Developing aid policy
  • Possibilities and limits of NGO=92S protection work

Friday

July 21st

Local organization

Guide through Campus

2. week: Water and Culture, Water and Gender

  9:00 - 10:30 lecture I 10:45 - 12:15 lecture II 13:30 - 16:30 workshop

Monday

July 24th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Water and Culture:

The meaning of water in various cultures and religions

 

by

Ms. Wunn, Germany

Water and Culture:

The meaning of water in various cultures and religions

 

by

Ms. Wunn, Germany

Introduction

to Labyrinth as a performance about different cultures

 

by

Ms. Schmackowski

Tuesday

July 25th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Water and Culture:

Female water spirits: transnational icons or localised social fantasies?

 

by

Ms. Schlehe, Germany

Water and Culture:

The meaning of water in Christian Culture

 

by

Ms. Meinhardt, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • The meaning of water
  • Experiences with water and religion, cultural distinction and similarity

Wednesday

July 26th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Water and Gender:

Gendered Inclusion & Marginalisation in Water Management

 

by

Ms. Khan-Tirmizi, Pakistan

Water and Gender:

Gendered Inclusion & Marginalisation in Water Management

by

Ms. Khan-Tirmizi, Pakistan

Labyrinth

and

open time for performance about different Cultures

 

by

Ms. Schmackowski

Thursday

July 27th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Water and Gender:

Water and Gender in Developing Countries

 

by

Ms. Tekülve, Germany

Water and Gender:

Water and Gender in Developing Countries

 

by

Ms. Tekülve, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • To develop existing or to create new and innovative strategies to the topic "Water and Gender"

Friday

July 28th

OPEN SPACE

RETHINKING UNIVERSITY - WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ACADEMIA

3. week: Health and water quality

  9:00 - 10:30 lecture I 10:45 - 12:15 lecture II 13:30 - 16:30 workshop

Monday

July 31st

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Water is life.

A View Through the Eyes of Women

 

by

Ms. Elmendorf, USA

Water is life.

A View Through the Eyes of Women

 

by

Ms. Elmendorf, USA

Plenum discussion

by

Ms. Elmendorf, USA

Ms. Falter, USA

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem

by

Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Tuesday

August 1st

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Lebone

Water and soil towards sustainable land use

 

by

Ms. Urban, Germany

Water and Health Education:

A Community-based Approach

 

by

Ms. K. Liebmann, USA

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Explaining the Mexican situation
  • Exchange about practical knowledge on water, hygiene and health
  • Experiences with foreign aid programs

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Wednesday

August 2nd

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

The Aral sea; the biggest ecological disaster of the last century

 

by

Ms. Ataniyazova, Karalkapakstan

The Aral sea; the biggest ecological disaster of the last century

 

by

Ms. Ataniyazova, Karalkapakstan

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Examples and deeper information about the special situation in Karakalpakstan (monocultural agriculture and its problems)
  • Water and health in Karakalpakstan

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Thursday

August 3rd

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

Introduction to Water Quality Management in South Africa

 

by

Ms. Lebone, South Africa

Criteria of Water Quality for domestic use

 

by

Ms. Lebone , South Africa

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Explaining the African situation
  • Exchange about practical knowledge on water, hygiene and health
  • Experiences with foreign aid programs

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Friday

August 4th

     

4. week: Water distribution and uses

  9:00 - 10:30 lecture I 10:45 - 12:15 lecture II 13:30 - 16:30 workshop

Monday

August 7th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

Overview on water distribution and use in different parts of the world and actions towards sustainability and water security

 

by

Ms. Söhnholz-Gerdes, Germany

Global change and water hazards
(the impact of climate change and variability)

 

by

Mr. Kershaw, Australia

Plenum discussion:

by

Mr. Kershaw, Australia

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Petzet, Germany

Tuesday

August 8th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Devasia

Cost-efficiency correlation in the framework of water pollution control

 

by

Mr. Duine, Germany

Cost-efficiency correlation in the framework of water pollution control

 

by

Mr. Duine, Germany

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Wednesday

August 9th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

An overview of water policy in India in relation to water distribution

 

by

Ms. Devasia, India

Rural women and water problems

 

by

Ms. Devasia, India

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Rural women and water acquisition
  • Socio gender conflict in water distribution
  • Rural Women's participation in policy decision and water management

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Thursday

August 10th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Mena-Abraham

Women, water and health

 

by

Ms. Devasia, India

Feminisation of water management

 

by

Ms. Devasia, India

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Rural women and water acquisition
  • Socio gender conflict in water distribution
  • Rural Women's participation in policy decision and water management

Art workshop:

The Individual and the Global Water Problem by Ms. Nana Petzet, Germany

Friday

August 11th

OPEN SPACE

GROWING CITIES BASIC NEEDS

5. week: Waste water treatment and Watershed Management

  9:00 - 10:30 lecture I 10:45 - 12:15 lecture II 13:30 - 16:30 workshop

Monday

August 14th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Mena-Abraham

Overview on water treatment and water processing

 

by

Ms. Kunst, Germany

Integrated wastewater management in urban and rural areas including source separation and reuse of resources

 

by

Ms. Niederste-Hollenberg, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Remember traditional and cultural knowledge of water (treatment, distribution, ritual, etc.)
  • To develop alternative and simple technical concepts

Tuesday

August 15th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Mexican indigenous biotechnology

(Dry Systems)

 

by

Ms. Mena-Abraham, Mexico

Mexican indigenous biotechnology

(Wet Systems)

Methodology social work

 

by

Ms. Mena-Abraham, Mexico

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • To develop criterion to select suitable decentralised methods / plants
  • To discuss the transferability of different plants into different cultures, climates, etc.
  • Comparison Mexico - Europe

Wednesday

August 16th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Mena-Abraham

Hydrology and Hydro mechanics

a general introduction

 

by

Ms. Töppe, Germany

River Protection in Lower Saxony

 

by

Ms. Töppe, Germany

Excursion

"Track along the River Hardau"

Thursday

August 17th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Mena-Abraham

River catchment in the Udmurtic Republic

 

by

Ms. Junusowa, Russia

Existence of water and disposal - river catchment

 

by

Ms. Evers, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • To discuss different methodical approaches of river catchment
  • Exchange about ecological basics and differences

Friday

August 18th

OPEN SPACE

INTELLIGENT BEINGS BEING INTELLIGENT

6. week: Water purification

  9:00 - 10:30 lecture I 10:45 - 12:15 lecture II 13:30 - 16:30 workshop

Monday

August 21th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Capacity of various small wastewater treatment plants and their effects on the groundwater

 

by

Ms. Kayser, Germany

Wastewater sprinkling for agricultural irrigation

 

by

Ms. Donta, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • To develop criterion to select suitable decentralised methods / plants
  • To discuss the transferability of different plants into different cultures, climates, etc.

Tuesday

August 22th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Kunst

Selected hygienic and chemical aspects of water treatment for drinking water supply

 

by

Ms. Schlichtig, Germany

Removal of Iron, Manganese and Arsenic from Groundwater by means of In situ-Treatment

 

by

Mr. Friedle, Germany

Possible workshop discussion points:

  • Different methods and possibilities of water processing
  • The influence of agricultural landuse on water quality health

Wednesday

August 23th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

The Main Methods for Treatment of Turbid Surface Waters: Sedimentation, Filtration and Coagulation

 

by

Ms. Jahn, Germany

Multidisciplinary Analysis of Traditional Water Clarification and Suggested Low Cost Methods for Rural Areas

 

by

Ms. Jahn, Germany

Practical demonstration:

  • Possibilities of using Moringaceae as a flocculation aid

Thursday

August 24th

 

Chairwomen:

Ms. Urban

Water in its global significance

 

by

Ms. Kunst, Germany

Water in its global significance

(Introduction to projects)

 

by

Ms. Kunst, Germany

Friday

August 25th

OPEN SPACE

RITUALS OF REMEMBERING RITUALS OF RESPECT

7. week: Overall Excursions, Monday August 28th until Sunday September 3rd

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Second block: Practical work in project groups

8. week until 11. week September 4th to October 1st 2000: Specialisation and practical work in projects

Further offer of ART concept during this block:

Title: "Peninsula Europe: On art, ecology and the cultural landscape" (presentation/ lecture)
Artists: Helen Mayer Harrison & Newton Harrison
Time: Sept.11th, late afternoon/ evening

The work of Helen Mayer-Harrison and Newton Harrison has always been based on an interdisciplinary approach crossing natural science and ecological questions with artistic practice. In the row of Expo prints "Visionen" (volume 5) exists the book: Helen Mayer-Harrison/ Newton Harrison: Grüne Landschaften. Vision: Die Welt als Garten.

12. week: Presentation and conclusions, ceremonious farewell party in Suderburg (Oct 7th , 2000)

13. week: Presentation and conclusions, departure

 

 

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