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Publications by David Nilsson

Refereegranskade

Artiklar

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D. Avango, P. Högselius and D. Nilsson, "Swedish Explorers, In-Situ Knowledge, and Resource-Based Business in the Age of Empire," Scandinavian Journal of History, vol. 43, pp. 324-347, 2018.
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M. Lawhon et al., "Thinking through Heterogeneous Infrastructure Configurations," Urban Studies, vol. 55, no. 4, pp. 720-732, 2018.
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P. Blomkvist and D. Nilsson, "On the Need for System Alignment in Large Water Infrastructure : Understanding Infrastructure Dynamics in Nairobi, Kenya," Water Alternatives, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 283-302, 2017.
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J. Gärdebo, D. Nilsson and K. Soldal, "The Travelling Scientist : Reflections on Aviated Knowledge Production in the Anthropocene," Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 71-99, 2017.
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D. Nilsson, "The Unseeing State : How Ideals of Modernity Have Undermined Innovation in Africa’s Urban Water Systems," NTM. International Journal of History and Ethics of Natural Sciences, Technology and Medicine, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 481-510, 2016.
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J. Appelblad Fredby and D. Nilsson, "From "All for some" to "Some for all"? : A historical geography of pro-poor water provision in Kampala," Journal of Eastern African Studies, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 40-57, 2013.
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D. Nilsson and E. R. Nyanchaga, "Pipes and Politics : A century of change and continuity in Kenyan urban water supply," Journal of Modern African Studies, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 133-158, 2008.

Konferensbidrag

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T. Karpouzoglou et al., "The re-configuration of water infrastructure by narratives of socio-nature," in POLLEN 2020:Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration, 2020.
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A. Bennich, M. Engwall and D. Nilsson, "Windows of Opportunity for Transition of Water Infrastructure Systems," in IST2020, 2020.
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T. Karpouzoglou et al., "Winners and losers during transition: the case of urban water and energy systems in Sweden," in 11th International Sustainability Transitions Conference, 2020.
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H. Ernstson and D. Nilsson, "Histories of Heterogenous Infrastructures : Negotiating Colonial, Postcolonial and Oral Archives in Kampala, Uganda," in Royal Geographic Society, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019, 28-30 August., 2019.
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D. Nilsson et al., "The city beyond the network," in ”Engaging vulnerability”, Swedish Anthropological Association (SANT)and Finnish Anthropological Society (FAS), Uppsala ,19-21 April, 2018., 2018.
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D. Nilsson and P. Blomkvist, "Understanding system alignment : Combining LTS and MLP to investigate urban water transitions in Kenya and Uganda," in 8th International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Gothenburg June 18-21, 2017, 2017.
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D. Nilsson, "Built Environment as Performing Politics : Historicizing urban inequality in the global South," in (Re)Imagining Future(s): Ecology, Emancipation and the Built Environment, 22-23 September, 2016, Shiv Nadar University, Uttar Pradesh, India, 2016.
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D. Nilsson and S. Sörlin, "Research Aid Revisited : Understanding Swedish research aid in the current state of world development through a historically grounded analysis," in Conference: Global Visions and Local Practices: Development Research in a Post-2015 World, 22 August 2016, 24 August 2016, Venue: Stockholm University, Sweden, 2016.
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D. Nilsson, "Closure and Innovation in urban technologies in the age of Development Aid," in 7th Tensions of Europe Conference: Technology and Environment, 3-6 September 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 2015.
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D. Nilsson, "Beyond the Buzzwords : "Innovation" and the closing of equity gaps," in World Water Week, 31 Aug to 5 Sep, 2014, Stockholm, Sweden, 2014.
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D. Avango, P. Högselius and D. Nilsson, "Foreign Policy and Natural Resources : Swedish Neutrality from an Environmental History Perspective," in World Congress on Environmental History, 8-12 July 2014, Guimaraes, Portugal, 2014.
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D. Nilsson, "Modernization Ideals, Inertia and Change in Urban Water Development in the Decolonized Africa," in World Congress on Environmental History, 8-12 July 2014, Portugal, Guimaraes, 2014.
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D. Avango, P. Högselius and D. Nilsson, "Sweden and the Origins of Global Resource Colonialism : Exploring a Neutral Country's Natural Resource Interests in Africa, Caucasia and the Arctic," in World Congress on Environmental History, 8-12 July 2014, Guimaraes, Portugal, 2014.

Kapitel i böcker

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D. Nilsson, "Prisoners of a paradigm? : What can water sector donors learn from history?," in Water Services Management and Governance : Lessons for a Sustainable Future, Tapio Katko, Petri S. Juuti, and Klaas Schwartz Ed., : IWA Publishing, 2013, pp. 169-178.
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D. Nilsson and A. Kaijser, "Discrimination by Default : The Post-colonial Heritage of Urban Water Provision in East Africa," in Water and Sanitation Services, London : Earthscan, 2009, pp. 259-275.
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D. Nilsson and E. N. Nyanchaga, "East African Water Regimes : The Case of Kenya," in Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water, : Springer, 2009, pp. 105-120.
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D. Nilsson, "The Evolution of Urban Water and Sanitation in East Africa from a Public Goods Perspective," in African Water Histories : Transdisciplinary Discourses, Tempelhoff, Johann W. N. Ed., Vanderbijlpark, South Africa : Vaal Triangle Faculty, North-West University, 2005, pp. 317-345.

Icke refereegranskade

Kapitel i böcker

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D. Nilsson, "Vems är den hjälpande handen? : Om infrasystem och förtroende," in Med varm hand : Texter tillägnade Arne Kaijser, Thomas Kaiserfeld, Nina Wormbs Ed., Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2015, pp. 87-104.

Avhandlingar

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D. Nilsson, "Pipes, Progress, and Poverty : Social and Technological Change in Urban Water Provision in Kenya and Uganda 1895-2010," Doctoral thesis Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TRITA-HOT, 2063, 2011.
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D. Nilsson, "Water for a few : a history of urban water and sanitation in East Africa," Licentiate thesis Stockholm : KTH, TRITA-HOT, 2052, 2006.

Rapporter

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D. Nilsson, "Paving the way for pro-poor and sustainable WASH : The role of local innovation," Stockholm : Stockholm International Water Institute, SIWI, SIWI Policy Brief, 2020.
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D. Nilsson and S. Sörlin, "Research Aid Revisited : A historically grounded analysis of future prospects and policy options," Stockholm : Expertgruppen för Biståndsanalys, 2017.
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D. Nilsson and S. Sörlin, "Research Aid Revisited : a historically grounded analysis of future prospects and policy options," Stockholm : Expertgruppen för Biståndsanalys, 2017.
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D. Nilsson, "Measuring Results in Transboundary Water Management," Stockholm International Water Institute, SIWI, 2014.
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