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Associate Professor and Program Director, Stretton Institute, University of Adelaide

Georgina Drew is an Associate Professor in Anthropology and Development Studies at the University of Adelaide in South Australia. Her work as an environmental anthropologist includes the study of water cultures, the relationship between religion and ecology, the political ecology of natural resource management, and contestations over climate change and sustainable development. She has published over thirty research articles and has a sole authored book about the political ecology of dams on the River Ganga in India's northwestern Himalaya. She also co-directs the Food and Water Futures program of the Stretton Institute for Public Policy.


  • –present
    Lecturer, University of Adelaide