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CAS SEE Seminars with Guests: Fanny Frick-Trzebitzky, Dženeta Hodžić and Linda Söller

Getting down to the nitty-gritty or when Socio-Hydrology meets Cultural Anthropology: Interdisciplinary groundwater research in Croatia

On Thursday, December 2nd at 12pm CET, we are going to host CAS SEE Weekly Seminar with Fanny Frick-Trzebitzky, Dženeta Hodžić and Linda Söller, members of a research group of the project ‘regulate’, presented by Sarah Czerny and Sanja Bojanić.

 

Studying sustainability issues involves the integration of multiple perspectives to cover questions pertaining to both social and natural sciences respectively. The benefits of bringing together different disciplines to address complex dynamics come alongside conceptual and practical challenges in interdisciplinary research. Three researchers from the junior research group “regulate – Regulation of groundwater in telecoupled social-ecological systems” will give insights into their interdisciplinary collaboration when studying groundwater dynamics, as they will do so in Rijeka and Krk next year. We will discuss the following questions as exemplary in interdisciplinary research while also exploring the added value of this research mode:
How to deal with different research approaches?
How to coordinate different research/fieldwork schedules?
How to understand each other’s “disciplinary” language?

The interactive talk will address these practical and epistemic challenges as well as methodological opportunities that emerge when Cultural Anthropology and Socio-Hydrology come together in such a research endeavour.

For more information about the overall research project regulate, please visit https://regulate-project.eu/ 

Dženeta Hodžić, M.A., is a research fellow at the ISOE - Institute for Social-Ecological Research in the research unit Water Resources and Land Use, and a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology/European Ethnology at the Goethe University Frankfurt/Main. She studied English (BA) and European Ethnology/Social Anthropology (BA & MA) at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and the University of Amsterdam.   Linda Söller, Msc, is a PhD-candidate in the working group Hydrology at the Institute of Physical Geography, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany. She studied Geography at University Bayreuth (BSc) and Goethe University Frankfurt (MSc).   Dr. Fanny Frick-Trzebitzky is a research fellow at the ISOE - Institute for Social-Ecological Research in the research unit Water Resources and Land Use. She holds a PhD in Geography from King’s College London and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. She studied environmental planning in Munich, Morelia (Mexico) and London.

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