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dhr. prof. dr. A.J. (Ton) Dietz


  • Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
    Programmagroep: Governance and Inclusive Development
  • Bezoekadres
    REC BC
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  15629
    1001 NC  Amsterdam
  • A.J.Dietz@uva.nl

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name:   Antonius Johannes (Ton) Dietz.

Academic status: Professor of Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam and (from May 1 2010) Director of the African Studies Centre and Professor in African Development at Leyden University.

Nationality: World Citizen

Tribe: Dutch.

Date & place of birth: 20-12-1951; 's-Gravenhage (The Hague, Netherlands).

Marital status: married to Annemieke van Haastrecht (2-7-1976); two children: Luuk (29-3-1979) and Richard (13-11-1983).

For Luuk see:  www.luukdietz.eu

For Richard see: www.vindict.nl

EDUCATION

  • 1969-1972: Bachelor's degree ('Kandidaats') HumanGeography, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen(minors: physical geography, philosophy, economics and sociology), currently called: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • 1972-1976: Master's degree ('Doktoraal') Human Geography, K.U. Nijmegen, Research specialization Prof. Piet Kouwe (minors: regional economics Prof. Bert Kruyt, processes of change in Third World countries Prof. Gerrit Huizer and geography of developing countries Prof. Jan Kleinpenning).
  • 1974: Dependencia course CEDLA in Amsterdam Dr. Geert Banck.
  • 1975: Research fieldwork in Zambia (with Annemieke van Haastrecht and Rudolf Scheffer supervised by Dr. Ton van Naerssen and Dr. Leo v.d. Berg).
  • 1976: Teaching degree Geography K.U. Nijmegen.
  • 1987: PhD ('Doctoraat') degree University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Environmental Sciences (promoters Prof. Dr Herman van der Wusten and Prof. Dr WillemHeinemeijer).

Awards: Doctor of Science Honoris Causa, Moi University Eldoret, Kenya, October 19, 2007.

Dr h.c. Moi University Eldoret

WORK HISTORY

  • May 1, 2010 onwards: Professor in Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam (0.2 fte) and Director of the African Studies Centre and Professor in the Study of African Development at Leyden University (0.8 fte)
  • 2008-2009: scientific director of AMIDSt, Amsterdam research institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies.
  • 2002-2007: Professor of Social Sciences, Utrecht University and scientific director of CERES, Research School for Resource Studies for Development  (half time).
  • 1998-2008: Professor in Human Geography, Dept. of Geography, Planning, and International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam (between 2002-2007 half time).
  • 1995-1998: Professor in Rural Environmental Geographyof Tropics and Subtropics; Dept.of Human Geography, University of Amsterdam.
  • 1988-1995: Associate Professor (UHD) Dept. of Human Geography, University of Amsterdam.
  • 1985-1988: Senior Lecturer Dept. of HumanGeography, University of Amsterdam.
  • 1982-1985: Lecturer Dept. of Human Geography, University of Amsterdam (1982-83 full time, half of it paid by DGIS; 1983-85 half time).
  • 1976-1982: Lecturer Dept. of Human Geography, University of Amsterdam (half time).
  • 1974-1976: Junior Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Human Geography (1974-75) and Third World Centre (1976), Catholic University Nijmegen.


MAJOR ONGOING RESEARCH

  • Participatory Assessment of Development:  participatory and holistic evaluations of development initiatives in Northern Ghana and Southern Burkina Faso. Together with Fred Zaal, Kees van der Geest, Francis Obeng and Adama Belemvire (and other colleagues), for ICCO, Woord en Daad and Prisma.*
  • Between Nature and Risk Society, follow-up activities of a book project (in Dutch), for public outreach/Tussen natuurlandschap en risicomaatschappij; vervolgactiviteiten van een boekproject (Amsterdam University Press, 2008) voor het (aardrijkskunde)onderwijsveld in Nederland. *** T ogether with Herman van der Wusten, Frank den Hertog and other colleagues.
  • Perceptions of identity and development: Pokot pastoralists still in dire straits? Together with Kim de Vries, Rachel Andiema and Albino Kotomei (and other colleagues). **
  • Resource scarcity, conflict and pastoral development in Northern Kenya. Together with Adano Wario Roba and Karin Witsenburg (Max Planck Institute, Halle).
  • Political and cultural identity on African postage stamps. T ogether with Dick Foeken (African Studies Centre Leiden).

African post stamps are welcome!

For a new research&fun project about the dynamics of African identity expressions on post stamps I am looking for illustrations. If you can spare African post stamps (any) please send them to Ton Dietz c/o African Studies Centre P.O.Box 9555 2300RB Leiden, The Netherlands.

AMIDSt MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS

Between September 2008 and December 2009 I was scientific director of the Amsterdam research institute of Metropolitan and International Development Studies, AMIDSt. Each month I included a column "from your director" in the Department's newsletter.

African Studies Centre Leiden

From May 1st 2010 I amthe director of the African Studies Centre in Leiden. Please read my brief  'inaugural speech' (in English or in Dutch) at the occasion of Leo de Haan's farewell lecture, April 12. Leo was my predecessor. He became Rector of the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University (in The Hague). In January 2011 I delivered my inaugural address as Professor in the study of African Development, at Leiden University.

RESEARCH AND OTHER WORK-RELATED FUNCTIONS

  • Scientific director ofAMIDSt research institute [2008-2009].
  • Member of the Senate of the University of Amsterdam [Oct 2009 onwards]
  • Chair of the NWO-WOTRO and DGIS programme CoCooN (Conflict and Cooperation over Natural Resources: http://www.nwo.nl/cocoon )
  • Member of reference group Tracking Development project;DGIS/ASC Leiden/ASSR Amsterdam [2007 onwards].
  • Member of EADI Price Jury [2006-2007].
  • Chair of NUFFIC Huygens bursary jury [2006-2007].
  • Secretary of EADI Journal Valuation Committee [2006 onwards].
  • Research in AMIDSt (Governance for Inclusive Development; formerly called Livelihood, Environment and Governance group) [2004 onwards].
  • Member of NWO Mozaïek committee [2004-2005].
  • Member of NWO MAGW ad hoc committee about conflict studies [2004].
  • Member of NWO-WOTRO Board (from January 2005 as Vice Chairperson) [2003-2009].
  • Member of publications accreditation committee CERES (later: CERES/EADI) [2002 onwards; from 2009 onwards as chair].
  • Member of the editorial board of the African Environmental Review, refereed journal of Moi University, School of Environmental Studies, Eldoret, Kenya [2002 onwards].
  • Scientific director of CERES Research School for Resource Studies for Development (half time) [2002-2007].
  • Member of NWO Steering Committee Vulnerability, Adaptation and Mitigation (NWO-VAM) [2003 onwards; in 2009 as chair].
  • Coordinator SANPAD-CERES cooperation for RCI [2001-2007].
  • Member of WOTRO Jury for the social sciences and humanities (2002-2003as Chair) [2001-2003].
  • Chair of IGU - International Geographical Union, section Netherlands [1999-2008].
  • Research in AGIDS: Resources, Environment and Development group (REDRA) [1998-2004].
  • Member of NOP Climate Change committee,programme II, for RIVM and NWO [1998-1999].
  • Member of 'Ondernemingsraad' Faculty of Social and BehaviouralSciences  [1998-2000].
  • Member of WOTRO Social Security Research Committee [1997-1999].
  • Scientific Coordinator, NOP Impact of Climate Change in Drylands (ICCD) research programme [1997-2004].
  • Director of AGIDS, the Amsterdam ResearchInstitutefor Global Issues and Development Studies [1997-2002].
  • Member of WOTRO Jury for the social sciences and humanities (in 1997 as Chair) [1995-1997].
  • Member of the Directorate of CERES, research school for resource studies for development (within CERES responsible for coordination PhD training programme; since 1993) [1992-2002].
  • Chair of Research Committee Faculty of Environmental Sciences  [1993-1997].
  • Scientific coordinator MHONUFFIC project University of Amsterdam-Moi University School ofEnvironmental Studies, Eldoret, Kenya (1991-1994 directly under DGIS, Ministry of Foreign Affairs) [1991-2004].
  • Elected member of Faculty Council, Faculty of Environmental Sciences [1991-1992].  
  • Sharing programme coordination of the research programme 'Livelihood & Environment' (since 1990; with Prof. G.A. de Bruijne, Dr H. Schenk and Dr I. Wahab) [1990-1998].
  • Secretary of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Environmental Sciences [1990-1993].
  • Management of theDept. of Human Geography: member of the Board, with special responsibility for finances [1990-1993].
  • Management of ASC - African Studies Centre, Leiden (member of the Board) [1989-1994].
  • Secretary of the Research Committee of the Faculty of Environmental Sciences [1988-1993].
  • Management of Afrika Werkgemeenschap (Africa Council in the Netherlands: member of selection committee PhD proposals) [1988-1991].
  • Research Associateof the Institute forDevelopment Studies,University of Nairobi [1982-1983]; PhD research [1983-1987].
  • Organisation (with David Slater,Annemiekevan Haastrecht & PaulHesp) of theInternational Congress for Zone & Fagligt Forum in Amsterdam [1977].
  • Editor of Zone, Tijdschrift voor Ruimtelijke Theorie en Planning (Dutch Journal for Regional/Spatial Theory and Planning) [1976-1979].

WORK VISITS ABROAD

  • Nairobi Kenya, KNAW/NASAC conference Climate Change and Food Security, February 2011
    • Berlin Germany AEGIS Board Meeting December 2011.
      • San Francisco USA, ASA Conference October 2010
        • Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tracking Development conference, May 2010
          • Birmingham UK AEGIS Board Meeting and Conference, May 2010
            • Kumasi Ghana Tropenbos conference and visit, April 2010
              • Vietnam, Hanoi, matchmaking meeting of the NWO-DGIS CoCooN programme [Sept. 2009]
              • Ghana: Nandom, second workshops of the Participatory Development Assessment Project [ March 2009]
              • Ghana: Tamale, Langbinsi, Sandema,first workshops of the Participatory Development Assessment project for ICCO, Woord en Daad and Prisma [September 2008].
              • Ghana: Kumasi, Tropenbos Ghana PhD supervision and discussing collaboration [September 2008].
              • Tunisia: Tunis, world congress International Geographical Union [August 2008].
              • Italy: Rome, sabbatical leave; collaboration with Home of Geography, International Geographical Union [June-July 2008].
              • Colombia: Bogota and Leticia, Board meeting Tropenbos International(also visit to Brazil, and Spain/Madrid) [June 2008].
              • South Africa: Cape Town, sabbaticalleave; collaboration with University of CapeTown (also visit to Zimbabwe and Botswana) [March-May 2008].
              • South Africa: Durban, SANPAD RCI courseand strategic meeting [February 2008].  
              • Kenya: Eldoret, honorary doctor of science ceremony and DPhil ceremony Susan Chebet [October 2007].    
              • Kenya: Nairobi, book conference conflict in drylands [May 2007].
              • Ghana:Accra, member of PhDexamination committee Richard Yeboah [April 2007].
              • South Africa:Durban, SANPAD RCI and supervisor's workshop [February 2007].  
              • Germany: Bonn, DFG meeting about Graduate Schools [November2006].
              • Great Britain: Brighton, (IDS Sussex); EADI conference [November2006].
              • South Africa: Durban, PhD Supervisor's workshop and book launch [September 2006].
              • Great Britain: Oxford, scientific meeting climate change panel VARIP [June 2006].
              • Indonesia: Jakarta and Kalimantan, Board meeting Tropenbos International [April 2006].
              • South Africa: Durban, RCI Workshop [February 2006]. 
              • USA: Washington, African Studies Association conference [November 2005].
              • South Africa: Durban, PhD Supervisor's Workshop [September 2005].
              • Indonesia: Bogor (CIFOR) and Lampung, S.Sumatra, Project visit/PhDsupervision [April 2005].
              • South Africa: Cape Town and Durban RCI Project visit and Sanpad RCI PhD training [February 2005].
              • Costa Rica: Nicoya, CEMEDE/RIVM conference for UNEPGEO IV [January-February 2005].
              • Ghana: Accra, Conference on International Migration [September 2004].
              • South Africa: Durban, Sanpad Supervisor's workshop [September 2004].
              • Scotland: Glasgow, world congress of the International Geographical Union [August 2004].
              • South Africa: Durban and Cape Town/W. Cape, RCI-SANPAD PhD training, and SANPAD project workshop [February 2004].  
              • South Africa: Durban, RCI curriculum development workshop [October2003].
              • Mongolia: Ulaan Baatar and Ugtaal, research project with PREM,IVM-VU [September 2003].
              • Kenya: Narok,conference drylands' environment MUSES-AGIDS, and curriculum review workshop School of Environmental Studies, Moi University [August 2003]. 
              • South Africa: Durban, Launching conference SANPAD II [April2003]. 
              • South Africa: CapeTown, RCI-SANPAD PhD training [January 2003]. 
              • South Africa: Johannesburg and Grahamstown/E. Cape, RCI-SANPAD PhD training and PhD supervision SANPAD project/workshop [November 2002]. 
              • South Africa: IGU conference Durban [July-August 2002].
              • Kenya: research project West Pokot and visit Moi University [May-June 2002].  
              • South Africa: SANPAD-RCI training [January 2002].
              • South Africa: supportRCI-SANPAD meeting [August 2001].
              • Kenya: research project West Pokot and visit MUSES [June-July2001].
              • Korea: 29th IGC of the International Geographical Union and Precongress Commission on Climatology [August 2000].
              • India: PhD Supervision ISSPhD student Mathew Kurian (Haryana) [June-July 2000].
              • Ghana: ICCD research and CCPP workshop, Bolgatanga [April 2000].
              • Kenya: NIRP workshop, NWO research, MUSES visit, Pokot Research [February-March 2000].
              • Israel: NIRP meeting [November 1999].
              • Ethiopia: conference organised by OSSREA and ISS [October 1999].
              • Great Britain: visit to York University; PhD supervision Adano [August 1999].
              • Kenya:MUSES, and PhD supervision Njogu [May-June 1999].
              • Ghana: ICCD workshop and research [March 1999].
              • Israel: Jerusalem, Africa Committee & Steering Committee NIRP [May& November 1998].
              • Ghana, Mali, Burkina Faso: research for NRP-ICCD [June-July 1998].  
              • Kenya: Conference in Machakos; PhD supervision Karen Witsenburg and Adano Wario Roba, Marsabit; Co-ordination visit Eldoret MHO NUFFIC project [March-April 1998].
              • Ghana: Steering CommitteeNIRP, annual meeting, Accra; preparation NOP Impact Climate Change Drylands Programme for Ghana [November 1997].
              • Kenya: coordination visit Eldoret MHO NUFFIC project; PhD supervision visit Abdi Nunow, Garissa [January 1997].
              • Israel: Arad, Beersheba (NIRP) [October 1996].
              • Kenya: participation in supervision of Environmental Impact Assessment course Nakuru/Eldoret; conference attendance Eldoret & Mombasa [July1996].
              • Kenya: coordination visit Eldoret MHO NUFFIC project [February1996].
              • Kenya: Steering Committee NIRP, annual meeting, Nairobi; and work for MHONUFFIC project [November-December 1995].
              • Sweden: Conference about Poverty and Prosperity inAfrica, Uppsala [November 1995].  
              • Kenya: UvA MUSES project and PhD supervision Fred Zaal [January-February1995].
              • Uganda: Visit with NOVIB delegation [November 1994].  
              • Israel: NIRP meeting [October 1994].
              • Kenya:ETC consultancy, together with Moi University, School of Environmental Studies: design of a monitoringand evaluation system for the Kenya Woodfuel andAgroforestry Project [June 1994].
              • Israel: NUFFIC/DGIS meeting with Palestinian scientists [May 1994]. 
              • Kenya: UvA MUSES project [January 1994].
              • Cameroon: supervision PhDprojectAnnette van Andel and own research [November 1993].
              • Israel: NIRP meeting [October 1993].
              • India: IDPAD project research and PhD supervision Marcel Put and own research; New Delhi, Madras, Bangalore, Anantapurand mainly Hyderabad and rural Andhra Pradesh [June 1993].
              • Cameroon: supervision PhD project Annette vanAndel [October 1992].
              • Kenya: Research Planning Conference MoiUniversity, SES, Kenya at Malindi [August 1992].
              • Israel: NIRP meeting [June 1992].
              • Kenya: Evalation Kenya Agricultural Research Institute at the requestof Royal Netherlands Embassy/DGIS [May1992].
              • Kenya: Moi University (coordination visit and PhD supervision Basilida Mutoro and Baker Nyakaana) [March 1992].
              • Great Britain: Coordinator field trips forMoiUniversity,SchoolofEnvironmental StudiesStaff DevelopmentProgramme [1991].
              • Eastern Europe: Coordinator fieldtrips for Moi University, School of Environmental Studies Staff Development Programme East Germany/Poland/Czechoslovakia [1991].
              • Zimbabwe: Three visits for Impact Study Co-financing Programme [1990-1991].
              • Sudan: Kassala, PhD projectJohan van Dijk [November 1990].
              • Kenya: Moi University; preparation DGIS contract [September 1990].
              • Kenya: Backstopping Mission for SNV to Kenya (ASAL Kajiado) and PhD supervision MarcelRutten [May 1989].
              • Kenya: Backstopping Mission for DGIS (ASAL WestPokot) [April 1989].
              • Kenya: for DGIS [January-February 1988].
              • Kenya: for DGIS and SNV [October-November 1986].
              • Kenya: for DGIS [February & November 1985].
              • Great Britain: Two visits to Cambridge, Dept. of History, microfilm sectionKenya National Archives [1984-1985].
              • Kenya: for DGIS August [1984].
              • Kenya: Full year in Kenya for Research [March 1982-1983].
              • Poland: Polish-Dutch meeting of development scientists,Orjzanow [June 1981].   
              • Great Britain: Cambridge, Dept. of History, microfilm section Kenya National Archives, and conference visit [1981].   
              • Kenya: Nairobi, Ukambani and West Pokot: Research preparation [June-September 1980].
              • Kenya: Excursion studentgroup (with Henk Reitsma and Annemiekevan Haastrecht) [August 1978].
              • Zambia: Student fieldwork research for MA Thesis (with Annemieke van Haastrecht and RudolfScheffer; also visits to Malawi, Tanzania and Kenya) [March-August 1975].

For full text documents and bibliographical information in the digital repository of the University of Amsterdam (UvA-DARE) one is referred to the links that are shown beneath each paragraph.

book cover inaugural lecture 1996

Contents:

1. INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

  1. General
  2. Africa and Kenya 
  3. Assessing the development sector in the Netherlands

2. GEOGRAPHY

  1. General
  2. For the International Geographical Union (IGU) 
  3. Political geography of Africa

3. INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GEOGRAPHY

  1. Dryland Studies
  2. Pastoralism Studies
  3. Evaluating development efforts in Africa
  4. Migration and development
  5. Growth poles, regional inequality and urban-rural linkages
  6. About development-oriented academic geography

4. POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY / POLITICAL ECOLOGY

  1. About Political Environmental Geography
  2. The impact of climate change on drylands
  3. Watershed management and heterogeneity in Northern India
  4. Energy and poverty
  5. Tropical Forests

5. CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

  1. Capacity building: a.o. strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya
  2. Reflecting about PhD Supervision and Research Management

6. BETWEEN HOBBY AND SCIENCE

  1. The cultural geography of postage stamps
  2. Other

The Global Social Problem

Challenges for a research school like CERES, inaugural lectureUtrecht 2003,starting with a reference to 'Die Lage der arbeitenden Klasse in England', written by Friedrich Engels in 1845 

1. INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

1.1. General   

  • Dietz, Ton(chair), with Koen Kusters, Alpha Barry, Sylvia Borren, Paul Hoebink, Tineke Lambooy & Herman Mulder (2008).Statement on Policy Coherence for Development: Aid, Trade, Investment, and other issues. Annex to 'Inspiring a Global Mindset - an overview of 2007'.  Amsterdam:Worldconnectors/ NCDO, 11p. [18]
  • Hoebink,Paul, Sylvia Borren, Ton Dietz & Alpha Barry (2007). Ontwikkelingshulp kan beter. Trouw , 13 November. [17]
  • Dietz, Ton (chair), with Koen Kusters, Alpha Barry, Sylvia Borren, Paul Hoebink, Tineke Lambooy & Herman Mulder (2007). Statement on Policy Coherence for Development: Aid,Trade, Investment, and other issues. Amsterdam: Worldconnectors, 17pp. [16]
  • Dietz, Ton (2007). Migration, the Dutch knowledge society and shame. Worldconnectors weblog, 25 January. [15]
  • Dietz, Ton, JanDonner & Paul Engel (2005). DPRN Policy Brief: Millennium Development Goals as a Challenge for the Dutch knowledge community. Amsterdam/Utrecht/Maastricht: DPRN. [14]
  • Dietz, Ton (2005). World Poverty. Keynote lecture UNEP-GEO-vulnerability conference Nicoya Costa Rica.[21]
  • Interview with Ton Dietz by Marije Schoonen (2005). Meet & Greet Oost-Afrika Experts: dialoog tussen wetenschap, beleid en ontwikkelingspraktijk. Facta,  13 (3): 4-8. [13]
  • Dietz, Ton (2004). Development: an obsolete illusion or obvious challenges for the new century? Club of Amsterdam Journal, 35: 1-2. [12]
  • Dietz, Ton, Paul Mertens & Karen Witsenburg (2004). Dilemma's in demedische ontwikkelingssamenwerking. Verslag Symposium ter gelegenheid van het 21-jarig bestaan van de Stichting Medische Hulp Kenya (SMHK) en de 20e AMC-loop- en fietstocht, Amsterdam/AMC, 23 mei 2003. Amsterdam:SMHK, 38 pp. [11]
  • Dietz Ton (2003) boekbespreking voor Vice Versa: Arts e.a. Voorheen de Derde Wereld 2002 [20]
  • Dietz, A.J. (2003). The Global Social Problem, Challenges for a research school like CERES. Inaugural lecture , 23 June. Utrecht: CERES, 33 pp. [10]
  • Dietz, Ton (2003). Reflectiearmoede. Vice Versa. 37 (1): 26-27. [9]
  • Dietz, Ton (2001). The Agenda. In: Middleton, Neil, Phil O'Keefe & Rob Visser (eds.), NegotiatingPoverty. New Directions,Renewed Debate , pp. 19-25. ETC International in association with London/Sterling,Virginia: Pluto Press. [8] and [19]
  • Dietz, Ton, & AnnemiekevanHaastrecht (1999). Introduction. Dietz, T. & A. v. Haastrecht(eds.), Resource Dynamics, Papersby PhD Students , pp. 5-9. CERES/CNWS/ASSR Summerschool September 1998. Amsterdam: AGIDS. [7]
  • Dietz, Ton, & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1998). Organization of the conference CERES/CNWS/ASSR Summerschool, Amsterdam, 7-11 September (a.o. paper about the labour market perspectives for PhD students indevelopment studies). [6]
  • Dietz, Ton (1980).De industrialisatie in Indonesië na 1965. Tijdschriftvoor Diplomatie, 6 (10): 661-671. [5]
  • Dietz, Ton & Marijke Veldhuis (1980). Industrie: groei zonder ontwikkeling (1942-1979). In: Kamerling, R.N.J. (red.), Indonesië Toen en Nu, pp. 233-250. Amsterdam: Intermediair Bibliotheek. [4]
  • Dietz, Ton (1979) The redevelopment of Dutch imperialism with regard to Indonesia since 1965. In: Zarembka, Paul (ed.), Research in Political Economy, an annual compilation of research  2, pp. 141-186. Greenwich: JAI Press. [3]
  • Dietz, Ton (1977). Dewederopbouw van de Nederlandse imperialistiese belangenin Indonesië.  Zone , 5: 46-74. [2]
  • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1974). Dependencia. Geografiek,  6 (1-3): 4-139. [1]

LINKS:

Pokot research group

From left to right: Simon, Rachel, Moses, Galdino, Ton and Jacinta

Africa (& Kenya)

Dietz, Ton, 2012. Biertje? Column voor OneWorld, juli 2012, p. 11. [41]   Dietz, Ton, 2012, Knettergek. Column voor OneWorld, juni 2012, p. 11. [40]  Dietz, Ton, 2012, Khaddafi neemt wraak. Column voor OneWorld, mei 2012, p. 11 [39]  Dietz, Ton, 2012, Cheetahs en Schildpadden. Column voor OneWorld april 2012 p. 11. [38]  Dietz, Ton en Andre Leliveld, 2012, Landbouw loont: Zuidoost-Azie als spiegel voor Afrika. Internationale Spectator Jrg 66, nr 5, mei 2012, pp. 259-263 [37].
Dietz Ton , 2012, Nigeria heeft een imagoprobleem. Column voor OneWorld maart 2012 [36]     Dietz Ton, 2011, ASC Kaart van Afrika: Afrika's bevolkingsdynamiek [35]  Dietz Ton, 2012,  Marokko: blik op het zuiden. Column voor OneWorld, Februari 2012, p. 11 [34]     Dietz Ton, 2011, Modderfiguur. Column voor PneWorld, December 2011, p. 49 [33]     Dietz, Ton, Kjell Havnevik, Mayke Kaag & Terje Oestigaard (eds.)(2011), AfricanEngagements. Africa Negotiating an Emerging Multipolar World. Leiden: Brill. Dietz,  Ton, Kjell Havnevik, Mayke Kaag & Terje Oestigaard (2011) [32], African Engagements. On whose terms?. Africa Negotiating an Emerging Multipolar World, in Dietz, Ton, Kjell Havnevik, Mayke Kaag & Terje Oestigaard (2011), African Engagements. Africa Negotiating an Emerging Multipolar World. Leiden: Brill, pp 1-34. [part of 32]

  • Internet (and Radio) interview with ton Dietz, Radio Nederland Wereldomroep 22+29 April 2011: Africa in Progress.Africa is Lined with Silver. [31]
  • Radio Interview met Ton Dietz over 'Afrika klaar voor Doorbraak' 10 febr 2011, Hoe Zo Radio 5 zie www.ascleiden.nl
  • Mark Wallet (2011) De toekomst is aan Afrika. Interview met Ton Dietz Reformatorisch Dagblad 2 febr. 2011 zie www.ascleiden.nl
  • Ton Dietz (2011) Afrikaanse Leeuwen willen wereld veroveren Trouw 3 februari 2011 (podium) p. 21.[30]
  • Ton Dietz (2011) Afrikaanse Landbouw. Column IS (Internationale Samenwerking) juni 2011, p.25 [29]
  • Ton Dietz(2011) Koester Uw Erfgoed. Column IS (Internationale Samenwerking) mei 2011 p. 35 [28]
  • Ton Dietz (2011) Lievelingslanden. Column IS (International Samenwerking) april 2011 [27]
  • Ton Dietz (2011) En nu: Afrika! Geografie mei 2011, p. 17 [26]
  • Ton Dietz (2011) En Nu Afrika! Zon achter de wolken.Internationale Spectator, maandblad voor Internationale Politiek (uitgegeven door de Koninklijke van Gorcumte Assen, namens het Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen Clingendael te Den Haag), Jaargang 65 nr 3, maart 2011, pp 146-149 [25]
    • Ton Dietz (2011), En nu: Afrika! column IS (InternationaleSamenwerking) maart 2011, p. 25 [24]
      • Ton Dietz (2011) Silverlining Africa. Inaugural Lecture Leiden University January 14, 2011 [22+23]
        • Ton Dietz (2010) African Studies at the AAG Conference in Washington 2010: animpression [21]
          • Frans Bieckmann en Ton Dietz (2008) Afrikarapport IOB, vice versa, worldconnectors website en de brokeronline [19]
          • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht & Rudolf Scheffer (2008). Revisiting peripheral capitalismin Zambia. In: Hebinck, Paul, Sef Slootweg & Lothar Smith (eds.), Tales of development. People, power and space, pp. 61-78. Assen: Van Gorcum.[16]
          • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (2008). Onlusten in Kenia. Een beeld van stabiliteit, Vice Versa , 42 (1): 40-41. [15]
          • Dietz, Ton (2008).Kenia. Het ís niet Kikuyu versus Luo. De Groene Amsterdammer, 8 February. [14] en [20]
          • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (2008). Kenia en de 'stammenstrijd', Geografie , 17 (2): 6-8. [13] [17]
          • Interview with Ton Dietz by Klaartje Jaspers (2008). Kerken zijn business in Kenia. News4All.net, 8 January. [12]
          • Interview with Ton Dietz by Klaartje Jaspers (2008). Geweld in Kenia is meerdanstammenstrijd. News4All.net, 3January. [11]
          • Interview with Ton Dietz by Esma Linnemann (2008). Kenia, internationalevrees voor stammenoorlog. Dag , 2 January. [10]
          • Dietz, Ton (2007).Schokland, a dream cometrue,but what about Africa? Worldconnectors weblog, 23 July. [9]
          • Dietz, Ton (2003) comments on papers for Pax Christi Conference on small arms in the Horn of Africa and the Balkans, Scheveningen [20]
          • Dietz, Ton (2003). Etatisme tegenbeter weten in. In discussiemet Roel vander Veen: Wat is er mis met Afrika? Geografie , 12 (8), pp. 31-33. [8] en [18]
          • Dietz, Ton,Dick Foeken & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1996). Kenya. Landenreeks.Amsterdam: Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen, NOVIB, NCOS, 74 pp. [7]
          • Dietz, Ton (1995). Lezing. In: Vonk, T. (red.), Verslag AfrikaStudiemiddagvoor PSO (ParticuliereSamenwerking met Ontwikkelingslanden, 23 Maart), pp. 18-24. Amsterdam: Vereniging PSO. [6]
          • Dietz, Ton (1990). Forest of Beers. In: Foeken, Dick & Koos van der Meulen(red.),  Eten met Gerrit, een bloemlezingvan eet- en drinkervaringenvan Nederlandse afrikanisten, gegarneerd met toepasselijke recepten,  pp.82-86. Samengesteld ter gelegenheid van het afscheidv an Gerrit Grootenhuis als algemeen secretaris van het Afrika-Studiecentrum, Leiden, Leiden: ASC.  [5]
          • Dietz, T., D. Foeken & A. van Haastrecht (1989). Kenya Landendocumentatiemap. Den Haag/Amsterdam:NOVIB/KIT, 68 pp.  [4]
          • Dietz, T., I. Spijkerman, P. Mertens, H. Wouters & C. Frederiks (1989). Survey of health-related facilities of primary schools in West Pokot, Kenya .Report for the Netherlands HarambeeFoundation West Pokot & District Development Committee, West Pokot, Kenya, Amsterdam: SMHK, 71 pp.[3]
          • Dietz, Ton (1984). Book review: J.S.Lavrijsen "Rural poverty and impoverishment in Western Kenya", Utrecht, 1984. Geografisch Tijdschrift, 20 (2): 209-210. [2]
          • Dietz, Ton & Jack Koninx (1980). Kanttekeningen bij 'Klassevorming in ruraal West Kenia' van Jos Algra.  Antropologie en Marxisme , 2. [1]

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1.3. Assessing the development sector in the Netherlands

  • Manifest voor een echt kennisbeleid. Vice Versa, Jrg 45 #3 juni/juli/augustus 2011, pp. 16-19 [33]
    • Worldconnectors Working group on Food Security (Ton Dietz co-chair, together with Willemijn Aerdts)(2011) Renewewd Dutch leadership needed to support global food security. Worldconnectors Vision Document March 9, 2011 [32]
      • Dietz, Ton, 2011, DPRN and a changing knowledge infrastructure for development. Contribution to the DPRN closing event: Linking to Learn and Learn from Linking. Utrecht, February 18, 2011 [30 for speech; 31 for powerpoint]. Dietz, Ton (2009). Wat wil de minister? Juist minister Koenders zou pal moeten staanvoor de Nederlandse civilaterale traditie, maardat doet hij niet. Vice Versa (rubriek: de Reactie). Oktober 2009, p. 8. [29]
      • Dietz, Ton (2009). Toespraak bij het afscheid van Rob Visser als Raadsadviseur Kennismanagement van het DGIS, Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, 14 juli 2009 [28]
      • Dietz, Ton &Arie de Ruijter (2007). De Juiste Maat? Terugblik op het tot stand komen van het Medefinancieringsstelsel (MFS). Onderzoek in opdracht van Partos enhet Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken. Utrecht: CERES, 40 pp + bijlagen. [16] en [17]
      • Dietz, Ton (2006) Wereldbank en ontwikkelingshulpcynisme. Ingezonden brief Financieele Daglad, website [25]
      • Dietz, A.J. with Arie de Ruijter, Els van Dongen, Bert Helmsing and Peter Knorringa (2006). Evaluation of the Theme-based Co-financing Programme (TMF) of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Synthesis Report, Utrecht: Berenschot, 126 pp. [15]
      • Dietz, Ton, Henny van de Graaf, Andre Leliveld, Sjoerd Zanen, Sami Faltas, Mohamed Salih, Donna Winslow & Bea Stolte van Empelen (2005). Evaluatie van het Noordoost Afrika programma van Pax Christi. Utrecht: Pax Christi. [14] en [18]
      • Dietz, Ton (2004) Consultatie internationale samenwerking op weg naar 2015.ISS Den Haag [24]
      • Dietz,Ton (2003) Challenging Dutch Aid: From Practice to Policy. Workshop The Hague ISS Dec. 15, 2003 [23]
      • Teune, Bastiaan, & Ton Dietz (2003). Hoe groot is jouw wereld? Hoe dewereld van Novib een stukje kleiner werd. Geografie , 12 (4): 20-23. [13] en [19]
      • Dietz, Ton (2002) Leren van Evaluaties. Voorstel aan GOM (niet overgenomen) [22]
      • Dietz, Ton (2001) Lezing in Nijmegen, CIDIN, over "milieu in deNederlandse ontwikkelingssamenwerking" [27]
      • Dietz, Ton, & Leo de Haan (2001). Milieu in de Nederlandse ontwikkelingssamenwerking, met nadruk op duurzaam landgebruik. In: Schulpen, Lau (red.), Hulp in Ontwikkeling. Bouwstenen voor de toekomst van internationale samenwerking, pp. 91-109. Assen: KoninklijkevanGorcum.  [12 en 26]
      • Dietz, Ton (2000).Bij mijn afscheidvan (OXFAM) NOVIB's PPK, Den Haag januari 2000 [21]
      • Dietz, Ton & Paul Hoebink(1999). NOVIB's best practices. Onderzoeksrapport aan NOVIB. Nijmegen: Derde Wereld Centrum, 75 pp. [11] en [20]
      • Dietz,Ton (1999).  Duurzaam Landgebruik. BalansstudieProgramma Evaluaties . Report for Stuurgroep Effect Rapportage Programma Evaluaties. 's Gravenhage:DGIS-DSI & GOM, 28 pp.[10]
      • Dietz,Ton (1997).Particuliereontwikkelingssamenwerking.De medefinancieringsorganisaties en steun aan NGO's In: Lieten, Kristoffel & Fons van der Velden (red.), Grenzen aan de Hulp. Beleid en effectenvan ontwikkelings samenwerking, pp.141-162. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis. [9]
      • Dietz, Ton (1996). Een ontwikkelingstijdperk looptten einde. DeBazuin , 10 (1): 8-10. [8]
      • Dietz, Ton (1992). Verslag van een discussie: eenpersoonlijke impressie. In: LeenBoer & Mario Rutten (red.), 'Een Wereld van Verschil' in discussie, pp. 51-66 . 's Gravenhage: Ministerie vanBuitenlandse Zaken, DGIS. [7]
      • Dietz, Ton (1991). Het evalueren van rurale ontwikkelingsprojecten inAfrika;metspeciale aandacht voor projecten van SNV. In:Leo J. de Haan(red.), Ontwikkelingsgeografie met of versus ontwikkelingsbeleid, pp. 43-48. Amsterdam: ISG, UvA, Amsterdamse Geografische Studies 35.[6]
      • Dietz, Ton, Karel Jungheim, Jan-Pieter Kleijburg & Anjo van Toorn (1990). Analyse van de evaluatierapporten vanhetSectorprogramma Plattelandsontwikkeling . Syntheserapport. Intern werkdocument voor DGIS, IOV. 's Gravenhage: DGIS, 167 pp. + bijlagen. [5]
      • Dietz, Ton (1991).Resultaten vandossieronderzoekvan bestaande evaluatierapporten. Bijlage IV van Inspectie Ontwikkelingssamenwerking te Velde: Sectorprogramma Plattelandsontwikkeling. Een programma-evaluatie met projectonderzoek in Indonesië, Soedan, Rwanda, Tanzania en Nicaragua, pp. 345-370 . 's Gravenhage:Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken: DGIS,IOV. [4]
      • Dietz,Ton(1980). Ontwikkelingshulp als katalysatorvan het hedendaagse imperialisme? Het Indonesische geval. In: Brochure bij deakties tegen IGGI 1980, pp. 60-83. Amsterdam: Komitee Indonesia  [3]
      • Dietz, Ton, Kees Bognetteau, Herman Feddema,Welmoed Koekebakker & Wim F. Wertheim (red.)(1978).  HetandereIndonesië: ontwikkelingen hulp van onderaf bekeken.  Dokumentatiemap ter gelegenheidvanhetIndonesië-kongres op 19en 20 mei 1978 in de Oude Manhuis Poort van de Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam: Komitee Indonesia. [2]
      • Dietz,Ton, Welmoed Koekebakker & ArtienUtrecht (1978). Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulpaan Indonesië. Vijf manieren om dieter discussie te stellen. In:Dietz, Ton, Kees Bognetteau, Herman Feddema, Welmoed Koekebakker &Wim F. Wertheim (red.) Het andere Indonesië: ontwikkeling en hulp van onderafbekeken, pp.117-130 Amsterdam: Werkgroep 'Het andere Indonesië'. [1]

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      Assessing the development sector in the Netherlands, extra

      Presentations (powerpoints)

      Impact evaluations for NGOs: recent developments, possible collaboration SNV and AIID. Presentation for SNV (Ton Dietz & Menno Pradhan) January 2005 [5]

      Challenging Both Ends. Presentation Ton Dietz Amsterdam Oct. 16, 2008 [4]

      Masterclass Politiek 2015: ontwikkelingssamenwerking.Presentatie Ton Dietz Amsterdam NCDO 10 november 2007 (in Dutch) [3]

      Some ideas for the HIVOS session September 21 2007. Presentation Ton Dietz Ermelo [2]

      De Juiste Maat. Terugblik op het tot stand komen van het Mede Financierings Stelsel (MFS). Presentatie Ton Dietz en Arie de Ruijter juni 2007 (in Dutch) [1]

      Geografie

      Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij


      2. GEOGRAPHY

      2.1.General

      • Dietz, Ton, Sahara als geobetisch monstrum en de weeping camel als geoforisch hoogtepunt. Nieuwskrant GPIO nr 16 sept. 2009, p. 7 [14]
      • Dietz, Ton, Fransden Hertog & Hermanvan der Wusten (2008). Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij. De geografie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 299 pp. [9, 10, 12]
      • Dietz, Ton (2008). Geografisch onderzoek: van goed tot excellent. Geografie , 17 (2):14-15. [8]
      • Dietz, Ton (2008). Tien jaar eerstejaars enquêtes. Een steeds wereldwijzere groep studenten. Nieuwskrant. Een uitgave van het onderwijsinstituut GPIO en de Afdeling Geografie, Planologie en Internationale Ontwikkelingsstudies , 13: 11. [7]
      • Dietz, Ton (2008). Een moeizame reis. Nieuwskrant. Een uitgave van het onderwijsinstituut GPIO ende Afdeling Geografie,Planologie en Internationale Ontwikkelingsstudies, 13: 4-5. [6]
      • Dietz Ton(& Claartje Mulder) (2005). Household fluidity and family networks, methodological challenges.AMIDSt lecture March 8, 2005 [13]
      • Dietz, Ton (2002). Rapportcijfers geografisch onderzoek: een repliek. Geografie , 11 (1): 17. [5] en [11]
      • Dietz, Ton, Contributions to Werner, Jan W.H. & Guus J. Borger (2000). Strijd om de Ruimte in Kaart. Catalogus bij de gelijknamige tentoonstelling in de Universiteitsbibliotheek Amsterdam, georganiseerd in het kader vanhet congres 'Geografie 2000' Amsterdam, 2-3 November.Amsterdam/Utrecht: Universiteitsbibliotheek Amsterdam/KNAG.[4]
      • Dietz, Ton & Jan Mansvelt Beck(red.) (1997). Er zijn Grenzen. Een Farewell voorHenk Reitsma. Amsterdam: ISG. [3]
      • Dietz,Ton& Annemieke van Haastrecht (1997). Mocambique gefeliciteerd! In: Dietz,Ton & Jan Mansvelt Beck (red.) Er zijn Grenzen, Een Farewell voor Henk Reitsma, pp.49-51, Amsterdam: ISG. [2]
      • Dietz,T. & H. Reitsma (1988). Naar een nieuwe regionalegeografie. IMWOO Bulletin, 16 (2): 13-16.[1]

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      2.2. For the International Geographical Union (IGU)

      • Dietz, Ton, (2011) Duurzame steden in China. Nieuwskrant Geografie, Planologie en Internationale Ontwikkelingsstudies, College Sociale Wetenschappen Universiteit van Amsterdam, Nr 19, voorjaar 2011, Thema: Milieu, p.3 [7]
        • Dietz, Ton, Steven M. de Jong, Menno-Jan Kraak & Michiel van Meeteren (2008). Geography in the Netherlands 2004-2008. In:  Mamadouh,Virginie, Steven M. de Jong, Frans Thissen, Joop van der Schee & Michielvan Meeteren (eds.), Dutch windows on theMediterranean, pp.11-24. Publication at the occasion of the 31th Congress of the IGU in Tunis,12-15 August. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands, Netherlands Geographical Studies 376. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton, Piet Hoekstra & Frans Thissen(eds.) (2004). The Netherlands and the North Sea. Dutch Geography 2000-2004. Publication at the occasion of the 30th Congress of the IGU in Glasgow, Scotland, 15-20 August. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands, Netherlands Geographical Studies 325, 156 pp.  [5]
        • Dietz, A.J., D.W.J. Foeken & K. Kusters (eds.) (2002). Dutch Geography and Africa. Contribution for IGU-Netherlands to the IGU Regional Conference in Durban South Africa, 4-7 August.  Utrecht: KNAG/FRW University of Utrecht, Netherlands Geographical Studies 300, 162 pp. [4]
        • Dietz,T.,D.W.J.Foeken & K.Kusters (2002). Dutch Academic Geography and Africa.In: Dietz, A.J., D.W.J. Foeken & K. Kusters (eds.),  Dutch Geography and Africa, pp. 7-11 . Contribution for IGU-Netherlandsto the IGU Regional Conference in Durban South Africa, 4-7 August.  Utrecht: KNAG/ FRW University of Utrecht,Netherlands Geographical Studies300. [3]
        • Dietz, Ton & Koen Kusters (2002). Bibliography of Dutch geographical publications about Africa. In: Dietz, A.J., D.W.J. Foeken & K. Kusters (eds.), Dutch Geography and Africa,  pp.13-117. Contribution for IGU-Netherlands to the IGU Regional Conferencein Durban South Africa, 4-7 August. Utrecht: KNAG/FRW University ofUtrecht, NetherlandsGeographical Studies300. [2]
        • Dietz, Ton, &Frans Kwaad (2000). Dutch Geography 1996-2000. Contribution for IGU-Netherlands to the 29th IGU Congress in Seoul, 15-17 August. Utrecht: IGU-The Netherlands, 102pp. [1]

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        2.3 Sustainable Cities

        Lecture about'Sustainable Cities' to Hunan University, Changsha, China, October26 and 27, 2010 (see1 and 2, abbreviated version)

        2.4 Political Geography of Africa

        • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (2001). The crumbling of the African state system. In: Dijkink, Gertjan & Hans Knippenberg (eds.), The Territorial Factor. Political Geography in a Globalising World , pp. 177-200. Amsterdam: Vossiuspers. [8] and [9]
        • Dietz, Ton, & John Houtkamp (2000). Afrika's internationale relaties.In: O. Verkoren&E.J.A. Harts-Broekhuis (red.), Tropisch Afrika, pp. 197-219. Assen: Van Gorcum. [7] en [10]
        • Dietz, Ton (2000). Afrika: de moeizame weg naar nationale politieke eenwording.In: Heins, J.J.F. & G.D.Thijs (red.), Ontwikkelingsvraagstukken 2000+, pp.135-152. Amsterdam: Interfacultaire Commissie Ontwikkelingsproblematiek vande Vrije Universiteit, Themabundel Ontwikkelingsproblematiek 11. [6]
        • Foeken, Dick& Ton Dietz (1999). Of Ethnicity, Manipulation and Observation: the1992 and 1997 Elections in Kenya.In: Abbink, J. & G. Hesseling(eds.) Election Observation andDemocratization in Africa , pp. 122-149. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press. [5]
        • Dietz, Ton & John Houtkamp (1998). ForeignAidto Africa: The Rise and Fall of StructuralDevelopment Aid. In:Grant, Richard & Jan Nijman (eds.), The Global Crisis in Foreign Aid, pp. 89-102. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.[4] 
        • Dietz, Ton & John Houtkamp (1995). Foreign Aid to Africa, A Geographical Analysis . TESG , 86 (3): 278-295. [3]
        • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (1994). Leidt Afrikaanse democratiseringtot etnische polarisatie?  Geografie , 3 (1):30-34. [2]
        • Dietz, Ton &Herman van der Wusten (1991). Eurafrika: een analyse van internationale vervlechtingen tussen Afrika en Europa. Geografisch Tijdschrift , 25 (2): 104-114 [1]


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        3. INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GEOGRAPHY

        3.1. Dryland Studies

        • Dietz, Ton, Wilson K. Yabann, Elias Ucakuwun and Thomas Munyao (forthcoming). Kenya's drylands, research of Moi University School of Environmental Studies in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam. Preface chapter based on keynote lecture Ton Dietz in Narok, 2002 [55]
        • Dietz, Ton, with Jan Willem Gunning, Andries Klaasse Bos & Adri Zuiderwijk (2009).Optimistic Determinism or Explaining a Miracle. In: Burger, Kees & Fred Zaal, Sustainable Land Management in the Tropics. Explaining the Miracle. Farnham:Ashgate, pp. 1-20. [52]
        • Brons,Johan, Ton Dietz, AnkeNiehof & Karen Witsenburg (2007). Dimensions of Vulnerability of Livelihoods in Less-favoured Areas: Interplay between theIndividual and the Collective. In: Ruben, R., J. Pender & A, Kuyvenhoven (eds.), Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Less-favoured Areas , pp. 91-110. Wallingford UK/Cambridge MA USA:CAB International. [51 for book chapter and 56 for information about the book as a whole]
        • Dietz, Ton, Anke Niehof, Karen Witsenburg &JohanBrons, (2005).  Collective behaviour as a missing element in the analysis of livelihood vulnerability in less-favoured areas. Paper for the international workshop Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Less-Favoured Areas, Wageningen (WUR and IFPRI-Washington), 8-9 December. [50] and [53] as summerschool paper CERES 2006; [57] as presentation at that summerschool).
        • Chebet, Susan &Ton Dietz(2000). Climbing the Cliff. A History of the Keiyo. Eldoret: Moi University Press, 224 pp. [49]
        • Dietz, Ton, D. Adi Lakshmi & M. Put (2000). An Introduction to Andhra Pradesh. In: Put, M & M.P.van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 51-74. New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [48]
        • Dietz, T., M. Put & S.Subbiah (2000). A Profile of Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar: a Drought Risk Assessment, Agricultural and Social Change, and the Roleof NGOs, In: Put, M. & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh, pp.75-124. New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [47]
        • Dietz, T., & M. Put (2000). Project Interventions in Dryland Agriculture: the Examples of the Government of India/World Bank-supportedMaheswaram Project and of AWARE's activities in Amangal Mandal, In: Put, M & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh ,pp. 125-184 NewDelhi: IDPAD/Manohar.[46]
        • Put M., M. P. van Dijk, T.Dietz & G.A. de Bruijne (2000). Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations, In:Put,M.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 377-400 . New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [45]
        • Dietz, Ton,& Marcel Put (2000). NGOs and Dryland Development in Anantapur District, AP, India. Indian Geographical Journal,  73 (1): 1-15.[44]
        • Klaasse Bos, Andries and TonDietz. A synthesis of book reviews and resultingquestions. Paper for the opening workshop of the NWO Programme 'Agricultural transition towards sustainable tropical landuse', 25-28 March 1998[54] 
        • Dietz, Ton, Marcel Put & S. Subbiah (1998). Drought Risk Assessment for Dryland Agriculturein Semi-Arid Telengana,AndhraPradesh, India. In: Bruins, Hendrik & Harvey Lithwick (eds.), The Arid Frontier. Interactive Management of Environment and Development , pp. 143-161. Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers. [43]
        • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1997). Livelihood Stress in Dryland Zones. In: Naerssen, Ton van, Marcel Rutten & Annelies Zoomers (eds.), The Diversity of Development. Essays in Honour ofJan Kleinpenning, pp.43-56 . Assen: Van Gorcum. [42]
        • Dietz, T., D.Adi Lakshmi, & M. Put (1996). An Introduction to Andhra Pradesh, In: Put M. & M.P.van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projectsin Andhra Pradesh ,pp. 21-42 . Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi. [41]
        • Dietz,T., M. Put & S.Subbiah (1996). A Profile of Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar: A Drought Risk Assessment, Agricultural and Social Change and the Role of NGOs. In: Put M.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp.43-85. Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi. [40]
        • Dietz,T& M. Put (1996). Project Interventions in Dryland Agriculture, The Examples of the Government of India/WorldBank-supported Maheswaram project and of Aware's activities in Amangal mandal, In: Put M. & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two ProjectsinAndhra Pradesh, pp. 86-133.Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi.[39]
        • Put, M., T. Dietz, M.P. van Dijk & G.A.de Bruijne (1996). Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations. In: PutM.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 271-294. Report for IDPAD,The Hague/NewDelhi.[38]
        • Reitsma,Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.) (1992). Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments . Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 146, 195 pp. [37]
        • Reitsma, Henk,Ton Dietz & Leode Haan (1992).Objectives and scope. In: Reitsma,Henk, Ton Dietz &Leode Haan(eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments , pp 13-18. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG , Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [36]
        • Dietz, Ton, Peter Druijven &DickFoeken (1992). Coping mechanismsand livelihood strategies: a summary of concepts. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz &Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the ruralpoor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 37-43. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 146.[35]
        • Dietz, Ton, Rolf Schöndorff & Henk Reitsma (1992). Levels of development; the countries and the study areas.In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments , pp. 44-55. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [34]
        • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (1992).Governmentinterventions in dryregions. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz&Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 56-72 .Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG,  Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [33]
        • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht & Annette Kruithof, (1992).Endo-Mokoro, Kenya, In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 91-111. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies146. [32]
        • Reitsma, Henk & Ton Dietz(1992). Conclusion: a comparison of livelihood options and living conditions. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments,  pp. 173-181. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 146. [31]
        • Dietz, Ton (1991). Indigenous irrigation as a starting point in WesternKenya. In: Huijsman, A. & H. Savenije (eds.),  Making haste slowly. Strengthening localenvironmental management in agricultural development. Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute (KIT Press). [30]
        • Moonen, Esther & Hans Verolme (& Ton Dietz & Wiegert de Leeuw), (1990) Kale Sublocation (Mwino Location).Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid LandsProgramme West Pokot. Amsterdam [58]
        • Dietz, Ton (1990). Seasonality andthe rhythm of external interference. In:Foeken, D. & A. den Hartog (eds.), Seasons, food supply and nutrition in Africa , pp.89-110 . Leiden: African Studies Centre. [29]
        • Dietz,Ton (1988). Economic diversification and rural change inaformer expulsion area: theSouthern Kerio Valley in Kenya. In: Hinderink J. & E. Szulc-Dabrowiecka (eds.),  Rural development in Third World countries. Case studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America,  pp.59-70. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 67. [28]
        • Gallé, Marjo(with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht,Mirjam Schomaker,Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al) (1987). LocationalDevelopment Profile for Batei Location, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot & ElgeyoMarakwet. [27]
        • Haastrecht, Annemieke van, Ton Dietz, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P.Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyok et al (1986). Locational Development Profile for Weiwei Location, WestPokot District. Reports for the AridandSemi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya.Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 64 pp. [26 a & b]
        • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Henrietta Moore, Raymond Suter (1986). Locational Development Profile for Endo, Mokoro & Embobut Locations, Elgeyo Marakwet. Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional DevelopmentResearch WestPokot & Elgeyo Marakwet. [25]
        • Vermaat, Bert (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al.) (1986). Locational Development Profile for Kipkomo Location, West Pokot District. Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands ProgrammeWest Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI UvA Regional Development Research WestPokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 61 pp. [24a & b]
        • Dietz, T. & A.van Haastrecht (1986). Major contributionsto: District Atlas West Pokot (eds.Hendrix H., M. Mwangi & N. deVos), Kapenguria: ASAL Programme. And Contributions to: District Atlas Elgeyo Marakwet (eds.: Cappon,J.,W. v.d.Goorbergh, M.Mwangi & C.M. Saina), Iten: ASAL Programme. [22,23]
        • Zaal, Fred & Ingrid van Tienhoven (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok, et. al) (1985). Locational Development Profile for MasolLocation, West PokotDistrict. Reportsforthe Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet, 41 pp. [21]
        • Tienhoven Ingrid van & Fred Zaal (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyok,et al)(1985). Locational Development Profile for Lomut& Cheptulel Locations, West PokotDistrict . Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet, 52 pp. [19,20]
        • Haastrecht, Annemieke van & Mirjam Schomaker (RDR ASAL Programme, coord. by Ton Dietz), An assessment of the population supporting capacity of West Pokot District, Kenya. Methodology and Results. Amsterdam, 48 pp [59]
        • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker,etal. (1984). Locational Development Profile for Soy & Kocholwo Locations, Elgeyo Marakwet. Reportfor the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 56 pp. [18a & b]
        • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyoket al, (1984). Locational Development Profile for Riwa & Lower Mnagei, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 53 pp. [17a and b]
        • Dietz, Ton & Anke van Heure (1984). Semi-Aride Gebieden. Een globale inventarisatievan relatieve positie enoverheidsbeleid.Verslagvaneen doktoraal leeronderzoek 1983-1984. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 2 delen, 150pp. [16]
        • Dietz, Ton & BoudewijnSuriee (1984). Van droogte doordrongen. Een studie van het beleid van overheid en hulporganisaties ter verhoging van het welvaartsnivo in de drogegebieden van Kenianade onafhankelijkheid.Verslag van een kandidaatsleeronderzoek 1983-1984.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 131 pp. [15]
        • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al,(1983). Locational Development Profiles: for Kapchok, Sook, Mwino, Suam, Lelan, Sekerr, Kasei & Chemorongit Locations, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet.  [7-14]
        • Dubel, Irene & Marjanne de Kwaasteniet(with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker,et al.) (1983). Locational Development Profile for Mon Location, Elgeyo Marakwet. Report for theArid and Semi-Arid LandsProgramme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 33pp. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1983). Health facilitiesin ElgeyoMarakwet. Report for the ASAL Programme Elgeyo Marakwet. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 17 pp. [5]
        • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1983). Rapid rural appraisal in Kenya's wildwest: economic change andmarket integration in Alale Location, West Pokot District. Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper 396, 44 pp. [4]
        • Dietz,Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht,Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al, (1982). Locational Development Profile for Alale, WestPokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 55 pp.[3]
        • Dietz, Ton, Paul Mertens & Peter Gaturuku (1982). Health facilitiesin West Pokot District. Reportforthe ASAL (Arid and Semi-Arid Lands) Programme West Pokot. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet , 30 pp. [2]
        • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Market integration in Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot. Comparing households and locations. Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies. Working Paper 392, 70 pp. [1]

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        3.2. PastoralismStudies

        • Wario RobaAdano, Karen Witsenburg & Ton Dietz (2009). Scarcity ofnatural resources and pastoral conflicts in northern Kenya: an inquiry. Horn of Africa Bulletin (1): 1-5.[16]
        • Dietz, Ton, Adano Wario Roba &KarenWitsenburg (2005). three papers for the African Studies Association 48th Annual meeting,Washington, 20 November . i)  Pastoral sedentarisation and effortsofwealth accumulation in Northern Kenya ( paper read by AdanoWario Roba) ii) The acquisition of farm land by settled pastoralists (paper read by KarenWitsenburg) iii) Natural Resources and Conflicts in pastoral areas (paper readbyTon Dietz). [15]
        • Dietz, Ton, E. Amgalan, T. Erdenechuluun & S. Hess (2005). Carrying capacity dynamics, livestock commercialisation and land degradation in Mongolia's free market era. Amsterdam/IVM: Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management, IVM Working Paper 05/10, 15 pp.  [14]
        • Dietz, Ton, Adano Wario Roba and KarenWitsenburg (2005). Natural Resources and Conflicts: Theoretical Flawsand Empirical Evidence from Northern Kenya. Paper prepared for the keynote address at the Moi University First Annual Conference, held 14-16 February 2005 Eldoret Kenya [18]
        • Dietz, Ton,Abdirizak Arale Nunow, Adano Wario Roba and Fred Zaal (2003) Conceptualising economic change inpastoral societies under pressure, with four Kenyan case studies: the Pokot, the Maasai, the Somali and the situation in Marsabit. Paper for the Drylands conference in Narok, organised by MUSES and AGIDS, August 18-20 2003 [17]
        • Dietz, Ton, M.A. Mohamed Salih & Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed Ahmed (eds.) (2001). African Pastoralism. Conflict, Institutions and Government. London/SterlingVirginia: Pluto Press/OSSREA,311 pp. [13]
        • Dietz, Ton, Abdirizak Arale Nunow, AdanoWario Roba & Fred Zaal (2001). Pastoral Commercialisation: On Caloric Terms of Trade and Related Issues. In: M.A.Mohamed Salih,TonDietz & Abdel GhaffarMohamed Ahmed (eds.), African Pastoralism.Conflict, Institutions and Government, pp.194-234.  . London/SterlingVirginia: Pluto Press/OSSREA. [11 and 12]
        • Abdirizak Arale Nunow, Ton Dietz & Jan Hoorweg (2000). Pastoralisme in het Somali gebied van Kenia. Ongepubliceerde Nederlandse samenvatting van de resultaten van het proefschrift van Abdi Nunow. [19]
        • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (1999). Of Markets, Meat, Maize and Milk. Pastoral Commoditization in Kenya.In: Anderson, D.M. & V. Broch-Due (eds.),  The Poor are not Us: Poverty andPastoralism in Eastern Africa , pp. 163-198 . Oxford: James Currey. [10]
        • Dietz, Ton, Abdirizak Nunow & Fred Zaal (1999). Pastoral commercialization: a riskybusiness? Three Kenyan case studies: the Pokot,the Maasai and the Somali. Paper for the International Workshop on Resource Competition and Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa, organised by OSSREA and ISS,Addis Ababa, 21-24 October. [9]
        • Dietz,Ton & Mohamed Salih(1997). Pastoral DevelopmentinEastern Africa: PolicyReview,Options and Alternatives. Report to I/C Consult Zeist, for Bilance, second version.  [8] 
        • Dietz, Ton &Mohamed Salih (1996). Pastoral Development inEastern Africa: Policy Review, Options and Alternatives. Report to I/C Consult Zeist, for Vastenactie/Cebemo-Bilance. [7]
        • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (1995). Of Markets, Meat, Maize and Milk. Paper for the conference on 'Poverty and Prosperity in Africa: Local and Global Perspectives', at the Nordic AfricaInstitute, Uppsala, Sweden, November. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton (1993). The State, the market andthe decline of pastoralism: challenging some myths, with evidence from Western Pokot in Kenya/Uganda.In:John Markakis (ed.), Conflict and the decline of pastoralism in the Horn of Africa , pp. 83-99.London: Macmillan/ISS The Hague. [5]
        • Dietz, Ton (1991). Crisis survival strategies: a summary of conceptsand an example fromthesemi-pastoral Pokot in Kenya/Uganda. In: Jeffrey C.Stone (ed.), Pastoral economies in Africa andlong term responses to drought, pp. 86-108 . Proceedingsof acolloquium at the University of Aberdeen. AberdeenUniversity African StudiesGroup.  [4]
        • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (1990). The future of Maasai pastoralists in Kajiado District, Kenya; Integrated Proceedings of a Conference organized by the Arid and Semi-AridLands Programme, KajiadoDistrict, Kenya. Amsterdam/Leiden: Report for the ASAL Programme Kajiado District. 90 pp. [3]
        • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (1990). Conference file.In:M.K. van Klinken& J. ole Seitah (eds.),  The future of Maasai pastoralists in Kajiado District, Kenya; proceedings of a conference held in Limuru, Kenya,28-31 May 1989, pp. 9-23. Kajiado: ASAL Programme Kajiado. [2]
        • Dietz, Ton(1987). Pastoralists in dire straits. Survival strategiesand external interventions in a Semi-Arid Region at the Kenya/Uganda border: Western Pokot1900-1986. Ph.D.Dissertation University of Amsterdam; Commercial edition: Amsterdam: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 49, 324 pp. [1]


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        Pastoralism in Dire Straits

        Bookcover PhD Thesis 1987

        Evaluating Development Efforts in Africa

        • Dietz, Ton, 2012, Participatory Assessment of Development in Africa. In: Pouw, Nicky and Isa Baud, Local Government and Poverty in Developing Nations. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 215-239 [36]
        • Dietz, Ton (2011) Participatory Evaluation of Development Interventions in a Vulnerable African Environment. In: Kasperson, Roger E. and Mimi Berberian (eds) Integrating Science and Policy. Vulnerability and resilience in Global Environmental Change. London & Washington: Earthscan, pp. 269-290 [35]
          • Dietz, Ton (2011) second part of 'Silverlining Africa', inaugural lecture Leiden University January 14, 2011
            • [33+34] Dietz Ton, 3 lectures in China, about African Studies in the Netherlands, and the PADEV approach as an example of Dutch research in Africa: lectures at Zhejiang Normal University (Institute for African Studies), Peking University and the Institute for West Asian and African Studies of the Chinese Academyof Sciences; in October/November 2010 [32]
              • Dietz, Ton, Francis Obeng, Jerim Obure and Fred Zaal (2009) Subjective Truths.Participatory Development Assessment. The Broker Issue 15, August 2009, pp. 19-21+31, and a longer versionon www.thebrokeronline.eu . [30]
              • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (2009) Essay: Wat vinden de Afrikanenzelf? (Mannen waarderen eenweg; vrouwen onderwijs). IS (Internationale Samenwerking; Amsterdam), 2009-5, pp. 30-31 [29en 31]
              • Dietz,Ton & Sjoerd Zaanen (2009) Assessing interventions and change among presumed beneficiaries of  'development': a toppledperspective on impact evaluation. In: Paul Hoebink(ed.): The Netherlands Yearbook on International Collaboration. Assen: Van Gorcum; pp. 145-164 [28]
              • Dietz, Ton(et al.) (2009) Participatory, holistic evaluation of development initiatives in Sandema (Builsa District) Upper East Region Ghana. Amsterdam Report of March 2009 [27]
              • Andiema, Rachel, Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2008) Participatory Evaluation of Development Interventions for Poverty Alleviation among (former) Pastoralists in West Pokot, Kenya. Bryant, Christopher R., EdwardMakhanya and Thora Martina Herrmann (eds)  The Sustainability of Rural Systems in Developing Countries. Montreal (Canada): Laboratoire de Developpement durable et dynamique territoriale Geographie Universite de Montreal, 117-131 [22].
              • Obure, Jerim, Ton Dietz&Fred Zaal(2008) Participatory monitoring and evaluation: lessons from anti-poverty interventionsin Northern Ghana. Paper for the conference of the American Evaluation Association [26]
              • Dietz, Ton(2007). Participatory Evaluation of development Interventions in a vulnerable environment (West Pokot, Kenya) . Report of seminar series 'Monitoring and Evaluation on the Cutting Edge: Monitoring and Evaluation in the Chain. Creating new dialogues , MDF, Training and Consultancy, Ede, 14 December 2006, pp.17-34. [20]
              • Dietz, Ton (2006) Participatory evaluation of development interventions ina vulnerable environment. Paper for the VARIP conference Oxford [25]
              • Fred Zaal, Ton Dietz, Annelet Broekhuis & Alide Jong, with Adama Belemvire, Francis Obeng, David Millar,Younnousa Touré and Constant Zango (2003). Rapport de Synthèse final d'une évaluationdes activités des CFA pourla lutte contre la pauvreté au Sahel . Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 100 pp. [19]
              • Andiema, Rachel, Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2003). Participatory evaluation of development interventions for poverty alleviation among (former) pastoralists in West Pokot,Kenya. In: Isa Baud et al (ed.), Faces of Poverty. Capabilities, mobilization and institutional transformation , pp. 193-209. Proceedings of the International CERES summer school2003, Amsterdam 23-26 June, Amsterdam: CERES/UvA/VU/KIT.[18]
              • Idem (2003) paper for the drylands conference of MUSES and AGIDS in Narok [23], prepared for Drylands book (forthcoming) [24]
              • Zaal, Fred,Ton Dietz, Ali de Jong &Annelet Broekhuis (2002). Samenvatting van de voorlopige resultaten vande evaluatie van armoedebestrijdings activiteiten van geselecteerdeNederlandse medefinancieringsorganisaties in de Sahel. Amsterdam: AGIDS/Universiteitvan Amsterdam. Rapport aan de Stuurgroep Evaluatie Medefinancieringsprogramma, 23 pp. [17]
              • Zaal, Fred, Ton Dietz, Annelet Broekhuis & Ali de Jong, with Adama Belemvire, Francis Obeng, David Millar & Younnousa Touré and Constant Zango (2002). Final Synthesis Report of an assessment of CFA activities to combat poverty in the Sahel. Report to Steering Committee for the Evaluation ofthe Co-financing Programme.Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 100 pp. [16]
              • Dietz, Ton, David Millar & Francis Obeng (2002). By the grace of God, the day will come when poverty will receive the final blow. The impact ofNGOs supported by Dutch co-financing agencies on poverty reductionand regional development in the Sahel. Northern Ghana report . Working document to Steering Committeefor the Evaluation of the Co-financing Programme. Amsterdam/Bolgatanga: University of Amsterdam/University for Development Studies Tamale, 200pp. [15]
              • Andiema, Rachel,Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2002). Workshop Proceedings of theparticipatory impact evaluation of development interventions on people's capabilitiesin a) Chepareria Division (72 pp.), b) Kacheliba and Kongelai Divisions (45 pp.), c) Alale and KaseiDivisions (102 pp.) West Pokot District, Kenya.Kapenguria/Amsterdam:West Pokot Research Team/AGIDS.14]
              • Dietz,Ton & Wiegert de Leeuw (1999). The Arid and Semi-AridLands Programme in Kenya. In: Sterkenburg, Jan &Arie van der Wiel (eds.),  Integrated Area Development. Experiences with Netherlands Aid in Africa, pp. 37-57 . The Hague: Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NEDA). [13] and [21]
              • Dietz, T., J.A.A. Berkhout,C. Mango, M.R. Turner& J. Wafula (1992). Mid term review ofthe Netherlands support to NARP/KARI. Reportto theGovernment of Kenya KARI/Government of the Netherlands DGIS. Nairobi/Amsterdam,1992, 85 pp.[12]
              • Graaf, Martin de, TonDietz & Sam Moyo (1991). Non-governmental organisationsin Zimbabwe. Report for the impact study co-financing organisations. Amsterdam/Utrecht (Impactstudie Medefinancieringsprogramma NGO Landenstudie Afrika pp.33-72). [11]
              • Dietz,Ton & Sam Moyo (1991). Impact study co-financingorganisations in Zimbabwe. Studies of Glen Forest Training Centre, Organisation of Rural Associations for Progress(ORAP) and Christian Care. Three main reports and 10 appendix reports. Amsterdam (Impactstudie Medefinancieringsprogramma Veldonderzoek). [10]
              • Dietz, Ton & M.O. Ongong'a (1989). The Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme in West Pokot and employment creation. Report for the District Development Committee, WestPokot District, The Ministry of Planning and National Development(Republic of Kenya) and the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Nairobi. Amsterdam/Kapenguria, 28 pp.[9]
              • Dietz, T, J.Hardeman, J. Kipkan& E. Mbao (1988). The upgrading of Marich-Biretwo road. Reportfor the Ministry ofPlanning and National Development and for the Netherlands Embassy. Nairobi, 30pp. [8]
              • Dietz, T., A.Owiti &A. van Haastrecht (1987). Report of the ASAL backstopping mission WestPokot and ElgeyoMarakwet, 25 October 17November 1986. Amsterdam: UvA,SGI,54 pp. [7]
              • Dietz, T.,A. Owiti, J. Brandt & J.Ating'a(1986). Report of the identificationmission for anArid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme in Kajiado District. Report for Stichting Nederlandse Vrijwilligers, Nairobiand for the Ministry of Planning and National Development, Government of Kenya, 72 pp. [6]
              • Dietz, Ton, Anthony Owiti & James Kipkan (1985). Review mission ASAL Programme West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet, Nov. 7th-26th. Report for the Ministry of Planning and National Development and for the Netherlands Embassy, Nairobi, 46 pp. [5]
              • Dietz, Ton (1985). Monitoring and evaluation of the ASAL Programmes in Kenya. Report fortheMinistry of Finance and Planning,Rural Planning Division, GovernmentofKenya. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI,66 pp. [4]
              • Dietz, Ton (1985). An analysis of the 1984-5 annex to the Elgeyo Marakwet District Development Plan for 1984-88. Report for the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Rural Planning Division, Government of Kenya.Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 15pp. [3]
              • Dietz, Ton(1984). Collection and use of district data for project formulation . Proceedings, West Pokot District seminar for ruraldevelopment, Kapenguria: D.C. 's Office, pp. 37-42. [2]
              • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht &Mirjam Schomaker (1983). Programmatische benadering en onderzoek.  Rapport voor DGIS, Afdeling Onderzoek en Aangepaste Technologie. Amsterdam/Den Haag: UvA SGI/DGIS, 28 pp. [1]

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        3.3 Extra: unpublished studies impact co-financing agencies in the Sahel 2001-2002

        • Zaal, F, T. Dietz, A. de Jong, ABroekhuis (2001) CFP Evaluation on poverty alleviation and ruraldevelopment in the Sahel. Methodology, instruments of research and proposals for ToRs and research team. Amsterdam/Utrecht December 2001 (unpublished) [1]
        • Geest Kees van der& Ton Dietz (2002) Agricultural, health care and education services in Bongo and Garu (pre-study for 'Grace of God'; unpublished) [2]
        • Zaal. Fred, Ton Dietz, Ali deJong, Annelet Broekhuis (2002) Summary of the preliminary findings. An assessment of activities by selected Dutch co-funding organsations to combat poverty inthe Sahel. Amsterdam/UtrechtJune 2002 (unpublished) [3]
        • Dietz, Ton et al. (2002) Impact StudyCo-funding Agencies in the Sahel: section about observed and perceived trends of changein the Sahel.Amsterdam/Utrecht (unpublished) [4]
        • Dietz, Ton, FrancisObeng and Kees vander Geest (2002) The impactof the Cordaid-supportedBASF project in Anafobisi Upper East Ghana (unpublished) [5]
        • Idem, in Balungu [6]
        • Dietz, Ton, Francis Obeng and Kees van derGeest (2002) The impact of the ICCO-supported PAS project in Kugsabile Upper East Ghana (unpublished) [7]
        • Idem,inTambalug[8]
        • Dietz, Ton (2002)The impact ofICCO andCordaid projectsin Northern Ghana. Summary of the Ghana study. Amsterdam August 2002 (unpublished) [9]
        • Dietz, Ton(2002) Samenvattende opmerkingen n.a.v. het Ghana onderzoek. Amsterdam (ongepubliceerd) [10]
        • Dietz, Ton et al(2002) Bythe Grace of God...Impact evaluationof development interventions by BASF and PAS, funded by Cordaid and ICCO (unpublished)[11]


        3.4. Migration and development

        • Dietz, Ton, Valentina Mazzucato, Mirjam Kabki & Lothar Smith, 2011, Ghanaians in Amsterdam, Their "Good Work Back Home" and the importance of reciprocity. Journal of Global Initiatives (Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective) of the Institute for Global Initiatives of Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA, Vol. 6, Nr 1, pp. 132-143. [7]
          • Dietz, Ton, Valentina Mazzucato, Mirjam Kabki and Lothar Smith, 2010, Ghanaians in Amsterdam andtheir 'goodwork backhome'.Paper for the ASA Conference San Francisco November 20, 2010(Theme: AFRICAN DIASPORA AND DIASPORAS IN AFRICA). [6]
            • Geest, Kees van der, Anton Vrieling, Ton Dietz (2010). Migration and Environment in Ghana: a cross-district analysis of human mobility and vegetation dynamics. Environment and Urbanization, Vol. 22 (1) 107-124[5].
            • Kabki, Mirjam, Valentina Mazzucato & Ton Dietz (2008).Migrant involvement in community development:thecaseof the rural Ashanti Region-Ghana. In: Naerssen, Ton van,ErnstSpaan & Annelies Zoomers (eds.), Global Migration and Development , pp. 150-171. New York/London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group. [1 and 4]
            • Dietz, T. & V. Mazzucato (2004): (co)-organisationofthe Migration and Development Conference. Accra, Ghana, 14-16 September. [2]
            • Dietz, Ton (1986). Migration to and from dry areas inKenya. TESG,  77 (1): 18-26. [3]

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            3.5. Growth poles, regional inequality and urban-rural linkages

            • T. Dietz & F. Zaal(2002). The provisioning of African cities,with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I.S.A. &J. Post (eds.), Re-aligning actorsin an urbanizing world: institutions and governance in an international perspective, pp. 263-284. Aldershot: Ashgate.[9]
            • Dietz, Ton& Fred Zaal (2001). The provisioning of African cities, with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I., J. Post, L. de Haan & T. Dietz (eds.), Re-aligning Government, Civil Societyand the market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne , pp. 309-328. Amsterdam: AGIDS.[8]
            • Dietz,Ton& Jack Koninx (1984). Regionale ongelijkheid in Kenia en de lokatie van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingsprojecten.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, Publikatie 5, 144 pp. [7]
            • Dietz, Ton & Jack Koninx (1983). The Netherlands in Kenya. Development projects in Kenya financed by Dutch development assistance, 1964-1981 .Amsterdam: University UvA,SGI, Publikatie 4, 81pp. [6]
            • Dietz, Ton & Roelandvan Geuns (1982). Regionale ongelijke ontwikkeling in Kenia en Tanzania: Regionale verschillen in transformatie en marktintegratieprocessen,1960-1980.  Politiek en Ruimte, 3 : 93-120. [5]
            • Dietz,Ton, Leo deHaan, Annemieke van Haastrecht et al. (1980). Afrika 1930-1975:de regionale en ruimtelijke gevolgen van veranderingen van kolonialisme naar perifeer kapitalisme.  Verslag doktoraal leeronderzoek 1979/80. Amsterdam: SGI UvA.6 delen, 612pp.[4]
            • Dietz, Ton(1979). De effekten van depenetratie van de kapitalistische produktiewijze op de regionaleongelijkheid in Kenya . Paper voor de Studiedag 'Geografischonderzoek in de afhankelijkheidsproblematiek'. Utrecht: Studiegroep G.A.P./VUGS/Vakgroep SGO, 26 pp.[3]
            • Dietz, Ton &Elly Vose.a. (1979). Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp Kenia. Een onderzoek naar de effecten van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp aan Kenia op de regionale ongelijkheiden opde maatschappelijke ongelijkheid in diverse typen landbouwregio's.  Verslag 3ejaarsleeronderzoek 1977/78.Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, 157 pp.[2]
            • Scheffer, H.R. (Rudolf), A.J. (Ton) Dietz &J.M.(Annemieke) van Haastrecht (1977). Local effects of two large scale industrial projects in theKafue-Mazabuka area in Zambia: the Kafue Estate and Nakambala Sugar Estate. Nijmeegse Geografische Cahiers 8. Nijmegen: GPI, KUN,164 pp. [1]


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            3.6. About development-oriented academic geography

            • Dietz, Ton(2005) Whither development geography?Comments on Rob Potter. Utrecht KNAG-SGOdebate Jan. 4,2005[21]
            • Teune, Bastiaan& Ton Dietz(2002). Globalisering geografisch getoetst. Geografie , 11 (8): 18-20. [16]  en [17]
            • Bruijne, Ad de, Ton Dietz &Wim van Spengen (2002). De ontwikkelingsgeografische traditie. Van nuttigeexotica, via ontwikkelingsvraagstukken naar glocalisering. In: Knippenberg, Hans & Marijke van Schendelen (red.), Alles heeft zijn plaats.125 Jaar Geografie en Planologie aan deUniversiteitvan Amsterdam,1877-2002, pp. 191-212. Amsterdam: Aksant. [15 en 19] 
            • Dietz, Ton (2001) Dertien gedachten bij de doorstart vanSGPOin de 21e eeuw. Bijdrage aan de KNAG-SGO discussie over de toekomst vanSG(P)O. Utrecht 10 oktober 2001 [20] 
            • Dietz, Ton (2001). SGO'ers: brave en welkome huisvrienden?. Geografie , 10 (2): 48. [14en18] 
            • I. Baud, T.Dietz, J. Post, L. deHaan (eds.) (2001). Re-aligning Government, Civil Society andthe market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour ofG.A.de Bruijne. Amsterdam: AGIDS, 532pp. [13] 
            • Post, J., I.S.A. Baud, T. Dietz & L.J. de Haan (eds.) (2001), Introduction. In: I. Baud, J.Post, T. Dietz & L. de Haan(eds.), Re-aligning Government,Civil Society and the market. New Challengesin urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne, pp. 1-22. Amsterdam: AGIDS. [12] 
            • Bruijne Ad de,TonDietz & Hebe Verrest (1999). Is SGO Milleniumproof? deel 1: Geografie , 8 (4): 7-10;deel 2: Geografie , 8(5): 38-43. [10, 11] 
            • Dietz, A.J. (1997). Nabeschouwing. In:Dietz, A.J., J.M.G. Kleinpenning, A.L. van Naerssen, M.M.E.M. Rutten & J.G. Smit:SGOin reunie , pp.43-46. Nijmegen: Faculteit der Beleidswetenschappen. [9] 
            • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht(1996). Mazabuka, Nakambala. In: Boland,Gudule (red.), Een vakgroep om te onthouden , pp.87-89. Bundel over de vakgroepSocialeGeografie vanOntwikkelingsgebieden, metbijdragen van (oud)studenten en (oud)medewerkers ter gelegenheid van de reunieop 14 december 1996, Nijmegen:SGO [8] 
            • Dietz, Ton(1994). Agricultural Trends and Prospects in the South and their Relevance for the Peasantry Debate. In: G. Custers & P. Stunnenberg (eds.), Incorporation and Integration inDeveloping Countries , pp.47-64 . Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change 17.Saarbrucken: LIT Verlag. [7] 
            • Dietz, Ton (1994). One Generation after Jan Hinderink's African Maiden Speech. In: A.Harts-Broekhuis & O. Verkoren(eds.), NoEasyWay Out; essays in honour of Prof. Jan Hinderink. Amsterdam/Utrecht: Netherlands Geographical Studies 186. [6] 
            • Dietz, Ton (1993).Afrikaanse akkerbouwtrends,  Geografie, 2 (6): 6-26. [5] 
            • Dietz, Ton (1990).Development-oriented Geography: examining the interface between nature'scapacityand humanlivelihood strategies. IMWOO-bulletin 17 (4): 13-16. [4] 
            • Dietz, T.& P. Jungerius (1988). Integrated rural development geography. In: Wijngaarden-Bakker, L.H. & J.J.M. van der Meer (eds.),  Spatial sciences, research in progress , pp.41-52. Amsterdam: KNAG/UvA, NetherlandsGeographicalStudies 80.[3] 
            • Dietz,Ton (1987). Geografisch determinisme in vermomming?Over agrarische landevaluatie, bevolkingsdraagvlak en geintegreerderurale ontwikkelingsgeografie. In: H.v.d. Wusten (red.), Postmoderne aardrijkskunde; desociografische traditie voortgezet , pp.89-102. Muiderberg: Coutinho. [2] 
            • Dietz, Ton& Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Book review: Richard Peet (ed):  'Anintroduction tomarxisttheories of underdevelopment', Canberra, 1980. TESG, 73 (5): 308-310. [1] 


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            4. POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY /POLITICAL ECOLOGY

            4.1. General  
            Kurian, M., V. Ratna Reddy, T. Dietz & D. Brdjanovic, 2012, wastewater reuse for peri-urban agriculture: a viable option for adaptive water management? Sustainability Science (Springer) online: July 2012; DOI 10. 1007/s 11625-012-0178-0 [32]
            Norder, Sietze, Kenneth Rijsdijk, Ton Dietz & Soonil Rughooputh (2012), Mauritius. Ruimtegebrek en suikerriet. Geografie, febr. 2012, pp. 25-27 [29+30+31].
            Mercy Derkyi, Mirjam A.F. Ros-Tonen, Ton Dietz and Boateng Kyereh (2012), Interactive forest governance for conflict management in Ghana. ETFRN News (European Tropical Forest Research Network. Volume 53, April 2012: 19-28 [28].  
              Dietz T, 2011, lecture 'Land Acquisitions and Development' for the Launch Workshop of the Research Programmes of the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 'Transnational Land Acquisitions in Africa and Southeast Asia'. Amsterdam September 16, 2011. [27]


            • Dietz, T & M. Ros-Tonen (2010), keynote lecturefor 10-year anniversarymeeting Tropenbos Ghana, in Kumasi,on July 7, 2010. Forests, people and livelihoods.[26]
            • Dietz, T. (2009), De vloek van deovervloed...of de uitdaging van het tekort. Geografie Jrg 18 nr7, September 2009, pp. 14-16 [25]
            • Dietz, T. (2009). Opening speech at the MARE conference 'People and the Sea V, Living with Uncertainty and Adapting to Change', 09-07-2009 [24]
            • Serna Martin, A. &T. Dietz (2008). Local involvement in CDM biogas projects: Argentine experiences. Joint implementation quarterly , 14: 10-11. [22]
            • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink(red.) (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichtenvan milieugeografen en -planologen. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel, 400 pp. [21]
            • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu! In:Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz& Maarten Wolsink (red.), Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichten van milieugeografen en-planologen, pp.9-16. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel.  [20]
            • Bram Büscher & Ton Dietz (2005). Conjunctions of Governance. The State and the Conservation-development Nexusin Southern Africa. The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 4 (2): 1-15. [19]
            • Dietz, Ton (2005). Natural resources and conflicts: theoretical flaws and empirical evidencefrom Northern Kenya. Keynotelecture with AdanoWario Roba and KarenWitsenburg(presented by Adano), for Moi University First Annual Conference, 16 February. Eldoret (unpublished) [18]
            • Dietz, Ton, Natascha Bakker &MaartenWolsink(2005). (co-)organisation of Milieugeografie en planologie werkconferentie.Amsterdam (Artis),15 October. [17]
            • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Land use and tenure: entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita Taveta,Kenya. Nairobi:Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper[16]
            • Dietz, Ton (2001). Politieke milieugeografieen -planologie:Amsterdamse vorderingen. In: Groenendijk, Jan & Leo deKlerk (red.), Milieugeografie en -planologie voor behoedzamen, pp. 19-31. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel. [15]
            • Dietz, Ton( 2000). Book review: Mohamed Salih (ed.) Environmental Politics and Liberationin Contemporary Africa.  TESG,  91 (3): 322-323. [14]
            • Berg, J.C.J.M., H. Wessel, T. Dietz, I. de Vries & H. de Boois,(2000). Background to the themes of Focus 4: Socio-economic Dimensions of Changing Coastal Systems: Approaches to IntegratedResearch. The Hague: NWO. [13]
            • Dietz, Ton (2000) Poverty and Land Degradation. Paper for tyhe AIID conference World Poverty, aChallenge for theprivate Sector. Amsterdam October 3 and 4 2000 [23]
            • Dietz, Ton (1999). Pengakuan HakAtas Sumberdaya Alam; Kontur Geografi Lingkungan Politik.Jakarta: Remdec Swaprakarsa, pp. 115. [12]
            • Dekker, Marleen & Ton Dietz (1999). NGOs and EnvironmentalDilemmas in Zimbabwe. In: Venema B. & H.v.d.Breemer (eds.), TowardsNegotiated Co-management ofNatural Resources in Africa, pp. 135-164. Münsteretc: LIT Verlag. [11]
            • Dietz, Ton (1999).Political EnvironmentalGeography of the Tropics. Development, TheJournal of the Society for International Development, 42 (2): 13-19. [10]
            • Dietz, Ton & Mariecke van der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw inontwikkelingslanden: tussen theorie en praktijk. DerdeWereld, 16 (4): 424-428. [9]
            • Dietz, Ton & Marieckevan der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw in ontwikkelingslanden; tussen theorie en toepassing. In: Glas, Mariecke, van der(red.), Duurzamelandbouw in ontwikkelingslanden tussen theorieen toepassing, pp. 1-12. Utrecht/Zeist: CERES/ICCO. [8]
            • Dekker, Marleen &Ton Dietz (1997). NGOs and Environmental Dilemmas in Zimbabwe. Paper for the conference onThe implementation of environmental policies in Africa, Free University ofAmsterdam, 17-18 April. [7]
            • Dietz,Ton(1997). Machtsverhoudingenbij milieuvraagstukken in de tropen. Athenaeum Illustre, 11: 26-31.[6]
            • Hoorweg, Jan & Ton Dietz (1997). Introduction.In: Hoorweg, Jan (ed.), Environmental Management, Research and Training in Coast Province, Kenya , pp. 1-5. Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies; Coastal Ecology Series,1/ Nairobi: ACTS Press. [5]
            • Dietz,T. & C.O. Okidi(1997). The GenesisofEnvironmental Impact Assessment: EIA Practices in the Netherlands and Applicabilityin Developing Countries. In: MwakioP. Tole (ed.), Environmental Impact Assessment in Kenya: Theory and Practice, pp. 13-18.Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies/Nairobi: Academy Science Publishers. [4]
            • Dietz, Ton (1996). Entitlements to Natural Resources, Contours of Political Environmental Geography. InauguralLecture Amsterdam,28 June. Utrecht: International Books, 80 pp.  [3]
            • Hoorweg,Jan, TonDietz &MUSES (1996). Co-organization of conference about Environmental Management, Researchand Training in Coast Province, Kenya. Mombasa: MUSES, 7-15 August. [2]
            • Dietz, Ton (1992). Stedelijke Milieuproblemen in Ontwikkelingslanden. Een verkenning van kennisen Nederlandse expertise . Leeronderzoek rapport. Amsterdam: ISG.  [1]

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            ICCD


            4.2. The impact of climate change on drylands and elsewhere

            • Adano, Wario R. , Ton Dietz, Karen Witsenburg and Fred Zaal (2012), Climate Change, Violent Conflict and Local Institutions in Kenya's drylands. Jorunal of Peace Research Special Issue (editor Nils Petter Gleditsch); Jan. 2012 (49/1), pp. 65-80 [42]
            • DietzTon, keynote lecture at the NASAC/KNAW conference on climate change and food security, Nairobi Hilton Hotel, February 23, 2011 [41]
              • Dietz, Ton, keynote lecture at the 7th Knowledge for Development Conference Utrecht, about climate change (Nov, 5, 2010) [40]
                • Dietz, Ton (2010) Klimaatoorlogen? Geografie Jrg 19, nr 1, januari 2010, pp. 20-21 [39]
                • Interview met Ton Dietz op de website van het NWO programma Duurzame Aarde n.a.v. dePolicy Day van de Conferentie: People and the Sea, in juli2009 [38] 
                • Dietz, Ton (2009). Ecospace, humanspace and climate change. Chapter 3of: Salih, M.A. Mohamed: ClimateChange and Sustainable Development. NewChallenges for Poverty Reduction, Cheltenham (UK)/Northamption (MA, USA): EdwardElgar, pp. 47-58 [37]
                • Dietz, A.J. (2006). Adaptation to Climate Change in the Drylands of West Africa; and World Poverty. Sections4.2 and5.2. In: Wonink, S.J., M.T.J. Kok, & H.B.M. Hilderink (eds.), Vulnerability and HumanWell-being, pp. 19-21,and pp. 29-31.Report ofa Workshop in preparationofGEO-4. Report 500019003/2005. Bilthoven: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency(MNP).[31]
                • Dietz, Ton (2005). Impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. Paper presented atthe Cemede/RIVMworkshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation, Nicoya, Costa Rica, 31 January (unpublished). [30 and 35]
                • Dietz, Ton(2005). Poverty research. Paper presented at the Cemede/RIVM workshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation,Nicoya, Costa Rica, 1 February (unpublished). [29]
                • Dietz, Ton (2005). Consequences of climate change for Agricultural R&D in ACP countries. Web-dossier; lead article for the observatory on the ACP/EU Science and Tecnology Policy Dialogue.Wageningen: CTA Knowledge for development. [28]
                • Dietz, A.J., R. Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.) (2004).  The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, pp. 465 + xviii. [27 and 36]
                • Dietz, Ton, &Jan Verhagen (2004). The ICCD Research. In: A.J.Dietz,R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp.3-17. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and PolicySeries 39,Chapter 1. [26]
                • Dietz, Ton& Els Veldhuizen (2004). The World's Drylands: a Classification. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, witha Focus on West Africa,  pp. 19-26 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environmentand Policy Series 39, Chapter 2. [25]
                • Zaal, Fred, Johan Brons, Ton Dietz, Kees van der Geest & Edward Ofori-Sarpong(2004).Sahelian Livelihoods on the Rebound. In:  A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Changeon Drylands, with aFocusonWestAfrica, pp.61-77 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 7. [24]
                • Dietz, Ton&Els Veldhuizen(2004).Population Dynamics. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen(eds.), The Impact of Climate Changeon Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa, pp.79-82.Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 8. [23]
                • Geest, Kees vander & Ton Dietz (2004). A Literature Survey aboutRisk and vulnerability in Drylands, with a focus on the Sahel. In: A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a FocusonWest Africa,   pp. 117-146. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicy Series 39, Chapter 11. [22]
                • Dietz, Ton,David Millar, Saa Dittoh, Francis Obeng & Edward Ofori-Sarpong (2004). Climate and Livelihood Change inNorth East Ghana. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 149-172. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 12. [21]
                • Dietz, Ton (2004). Climate Deterioration and Regional Specificity. Regionally differentiated portfolios of options for Drylands. In:  A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 323-339.  Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series39, Chapter 19. [20]
                • Dietz,Ton, Ruerd Ruben, Jan Verhagen, Saa Dittoh, Mama Konaté, David Millar, Edward Ofori-Sarpong, Hassane Saley & Ndiayé Cheikh Sylla (2004). Climate Change Preparedness in West Africa. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of ClimateChange onDrylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 403-408. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicySeries 39, Chapter 24.  [19]
                • Verhagen, A, T. Dietz,R. Ruben, H.vanDijk,A.deJong, F.Zaal, M. de Bruijn & H.van Keulen (2003). ClimateChangeand foodsecurity in the drylandsof West Africa. In: A.J. Dolman, A.Verhagen& C.A.Rovers (eds.), Global Environmental Change and Land Use, pp.167-186. Dordrecht/Boston/ London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [18]
                • Dietz, Ton, Jan Verhagen & Ruerd Ruben (eds.) (2001). The Impact of ClimateChange inDrylands,with a focus onWest Africa. Final Report forNationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Klimaatverandering-NOP.Wageningen/Amsterdam/ Utrecht/Leiden/Bilthoven: DLV/CERES/RIVM, 130 pp. [17 & 33& 34]
                • Dietz, Ton (2001). Food security and human security insemi-arid regions: the impact of climate change on drylands, with a focus on West Africa . In: Netherlands HDP Committee (ed.), Kaleidoscopic View on Social Scientific Global Change Researchinthe Netherlands . Amsterdam: RoyalNetherlands Academy of Arts andSciences, pp.94-98. [16]
                • Dietz, T.& A. Verhagen (2001). Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands.Climate variability, livelihoodstrategies and policy options.  Change, Research and Policy Newsletter on Global Change from theNetherlands,  58: 1-3.[15]
                • Dietz, Ton & D.L. Renkema (2000). Gevolgen van klimaatverandering voor ontwikkelingslanden. In: K.J.J. Obdeijn, M.T.J. Kok &W. Verweij (red.),  Verslag Nationaal Symposium Klimaatverandering 31 maart 2000 Doorwerth, pp.21-25.Bilthoven: ProgrammaBureau NOP-MLK. Rapport 410-200-047 [14]
                • Dietz, Ton (2000). The impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. In: Commission on Climatology. Proceedings of InternationalSymposium on Climate Change and Variability, and their Impacts. Special lecture on 11 Augustat the 29thInternationalGeographical Congress, Seoul, Konkuk University, 9-13August, pp. 143-151. [13]
                • Dietz, Ton &Marcel Put (1999). Climate change indryland West Africa andthe resultant responses of the localpopulation, theirinstitutions, and organizations . Proceedings of the seminar:Acts of Man andNature:Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, Bergen,22-24 October 1998. Wageningen: CERES, pp.1-24. [12]
                • Dietz,Ton & Jan Verhagen(1999). The impact of climate change on drylands; the case of West Africa. Proceedings of the First NOP symposium on Climate Change, Garderen 29-30 October 1998. Bilthoven: RIVM.[11]
                • Dietz, Ton, David Millar et al. (1999). Coping with Climate Change in Dryland Ghana:the Case of Bolgatanga . Amsterdam/Tamale: NRP-ICCDreport, 87 pp. [10]
                • Verhagen, Jan &Ton Dietz (1999). Theimpact of climate change on drylands and the portfolio of options: the case of West Africa. Paper for the workshopon the Impact ofClimate Change in Burkina Faso and Mali,Bamako: ICCD:NRP-NOP, January 1999 [9]
                • Millar, David & Ton Dietz(1999). Organizationof the second workshop about the Impact of Climate Change in West Africa, Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD:NRP-NOP, April1999 [8]
                • Dietz,Ton (1999). Organization of ICCD workshop about urban change and climate change in WestAfrica, Amsterdam: ICCD: NRP-NOP, 29June. [7]
                • Dietz, Ton, &Marcel Put (1998). Climate change indryland WestAfrica and the resultantresponses of the local population,theirinstitutions, and organizations. Paper for the seminar: Actsof Man and Nature: Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, held in Bergen, CERES Working programme 1, 22-24 October1998.[6]
                • Dietz, Ton & Jan Verhagen (1998). Impact of climate changeon drylands; the case of West Africa. Paper for the NOP symposium, Garderen29-30 October1998.[5]
                • Dietz, A.J.& J.J.R.Groot (1998). Impact ofClimateChange on Water Availability, Agriculture and FoodSecurity in Semi-Arid Regions,with Special Focus on WestAfrica. In: Geijn, S.C. vande & P.J. Kuikman(eds.),  Bookof Abstracts, InternationalWorkshop on Prospects for Co-ordinated Activities in Core Projectsof GCTE,BAHC and LUCC, 16-19 November 1997,Wageningen: DLO/WAU, pp. 80-81. [4]
                • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1998). Impact of ClimateChange on Drylands, withaFocus on West Africa . Report of Phase I,  Reports ICCD, Identification. Wageningen:CERES/DLO/WAU/RIVM. [3]
                • Millar, David & Ton Dietz (1998). Organization ofthe first workshop about theImpact of Climate Change in West Africa, Ghana Research: Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD: NRP-NOP,June 1998. [2]
                • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1997). L'Impact de la modification climatiquesur la disponibilitéeneau,sur l'agriculture et sur la sécurité alimentaire dans les zonesarides. Etude ciblée sur l'Afrique occidentale. Rapport préliminaire de la première phase: L'Identification. Amsterdam/Wageningen/Utrecht: Université d'Amsterdam/DLV/CERES, 10 pp. [1]

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            4.3. Watershed management and heterogeneity in Northern India

            • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2007). Hydro-logic. Poverty, heterogeneity and cooperationon the commons . Delhi: Macmillan India, 221 pp.[9]
            • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2005). How Pro-poor are Participatory Watershed Management Projects? An Indiancase study. IWMI Research Report 92. Colombo (Sri Lanka): International WaterManagement Institute (IWMI),25 pp.[8]
            • Kurian, Mathew,TonDietz& K.S. Murali (2005).Rule Compliance in Participatory Watershed Management: Is it a Sufficient Guarantee of SustainableLivelihoods? Conservation and Society, 3 (1): 43-71. [7]
            • Kurian, Mathew, TonDietz & K.S. Murali (2004). Public-private partnerships inwatershed management-evidencefrom the Himalayan foothills . Water Policy , 6(2):131-152.[6]
            • Kurian, Mathew &Ton Dietz (2004). Irrigation and collective action: a study in method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. Natural Resources Forum , 28 (1): 34-49. [5and 10]
            • Kurian, M. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Irrigation and collective action: a studyin method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. ISS Working Papers General Series 374. The Hague: ISS, 32 pp. [4]
            • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Rule compliancein participatorywatershedmanagement. Is ita sufficient guaranteeofsustainable rural livelihoods? Proceedings of theInternational Commission on Irrigation and drainage, Regional Workshop inTaipei,Taiwan, 10-12 November,and Proceedings of the GlobalWater Partnership,Regional Workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 17-21 November. [3]
            • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Scalingup participatory watershed management. Evidence from Himalayan Foothills. Economic and Political Weekly,  38(50): 5285-5293. [2] and[11]
            • Kurian M., A.J. Dietz & K.S.Murali (2002). Public Private Partnerships in Watershed Management- Evidence fromthe Himalayan Foothills. Rome: WCA infoNET, 42 pp.  [1]


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            4.4. Energy and poverty

            • Dietz, Ton (2004). Energy and environment. Paper presented at the Ceres Summerschool, Nijmegen, 29 June. [5]
            • Snel, Maaike, Michael Baumeister, Ton Dietz, Koen Kusters, Hiddo Pronk,Wilfried Rijssenbeek & Jaap de Winter (2002). Access to energy services for therural poor. Utrecht: KNAG, Geographical Studies of Development and Resource Use, 3, 30 pp. [3 and 4]
            • Dietz, Ton, Scopas Dima & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1994). You Don't Learn by Dodging! Recommendations for measuringthe impact of the second phase of theKenya Woodfuel and Agroforestry Programmein Kenya. Report for ETC-Kenya. Eldoret: MUSES, 81 pp. + app.[2]
            • Dietz, T, L.de Haan, P. Druyven, et al.(1988). Een brandende kwestie. Brandhoutschaarste in de Derde Wereld.  Verslag Leeronderzoek Doktoraalstudenten Sociale Geografie van Ontwikkelingslanden, 1987. Amsterdam: ISG, 92pp. [1]


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            4.5. Tropical Forests

            • Kusters, K., M. RuizPérez, H. de Foresta, T. Dietz, M. Ros-Tonen, B. Belcher, P.Mnalu, A. Nawir & E. Wollenberg (2008). Will agroforests vanish? The caseof Damar agroforests in Indonesia. Human Ecology,  36 (3): 357-370.[6]
            • Njogu, James G. & Ton Dietz (2006) Land use and tenureentitlement rights for community-based wildlife andforest conservation in Taita Taveta, Kenya. University of Nairobi Institute for Development Studies Working Paper Nr 542 [9]
            • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam &Ton Dietz (2006) Africanforests between nature and livelihood resources. Balancing between conservation and development needs. Guest lecture Mirjam Ros atRhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, January 2006 [8]  
            • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F., & Ton Dietz (eds.)  (2005). African Forests Between NatureandLivelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and Forest Management.  Lampeter (Wales):The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81, 429 pp.[5]
            • Ros-Tonen,Mirjam A.F., Ton Dietz & Fred Zaal (2005). Reconciling conservation goals and livelihood needs: New forest managementperspectives inthe 21 st century. In: M.A.F.Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African ForestsBetween Nature and Livelihood Resources. InterdisciplinaryStudies in Conservation and Forest Management , pp.3-29 .  Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81. [4] 
            • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F,Ton Dietz, Wario Roba Adano & James Gichiah Njogu (2005). Sustainable forests and livelihoods: Romantic illusionor environmentaland social necessity? In:M.A.F. Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African Forests Between Nature and Livelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and ForestManagement, pp. 393-419. Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studiesseries 81. [3]
            • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003)Land use and tenure. Entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita TavetaKenya.Working Paper Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi. [7]
            • Kusters, Koen, Ton Dietz, Mirjam A.F.Ros-Tonen & Gerhard M.van denTop (2001). The potential contribution of non-timber forestproduct extraction to tropical forest conservation and development: lessons from acase study of bambooutilisation in a Sierra Madre community, the Philippines. Journal ofBamboo and Rattan, 1(1): 77-94. [2]
            • Cockerell, Mike, Dietz, Ton, & Wieger Schaap (1996). External Evaluation of the Tropenbos Foundation 1993-1996. Report for the Interdepartmental Consultative Group/DGIS section Environment, 80 pp. [1]


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            5. CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT


            5.1.Capacity building: a.o. strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

            • Interviewwith Ton Dietz by GerbenHoetink (2008). Kijken waar we staan. Conferentie brengt wetenschappers,beleidsmakers en uitvoerders van ontwikkelingswerk samen. Transfer , 15(5): 12-14. [29]
            • Interview with Ton Dietz by Evert-Jan Quak(2007). Harde conclusies over vraagsturing.  Transfer, 15 (1): 32-34. [27]
            • Dietz, Ton (2005) PIE Workshop May 2005: experiences with capacity development. Project: Moi University School of Environmental Studies [30]
            • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2004). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya MHO/MUSES (Final) report of Phase I, I*, II &III 01.01.1991-29.02.2004. Report to NUFFIC/MHO. Eldoret: MU School of EnvironmentalStudies, 44 pp. [26]
            • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2003). Strengthening theSchoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002 II.  Progress Report 23, fortheperiod July-December 2002,to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [25]
            • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies MoiUniversity, Kenya. MHO Application for Phase III 1999-2002. To NUFFIC-MHO [section aboutsustainability: 29]
            • Yabann, Wilson& Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening theSchool of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002I . Progress Report 22, for the period January-June 2002, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [24]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2002). Strengthening theSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 II . Progress Report 21, forthe periodJuly-December 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO.  Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [23]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 I. Progress Report20, for the period January-June 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES. [22]
            • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann(2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2000 II. Progress Report 19, for the period January-December 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [21]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(2000). St rengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 2000 I. Progress Report 18, for the period January-June, 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [20]
            • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann (2000). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999 II. Progress Report 17, for the period July-December 1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES. [19]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1999). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999I. Progress Report 16, for theperiod January-June1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 53 pp.[18]
            • Dietz, Ton& Wilson Yabann (1999). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 II.  Progress Report 15, forthe period July-December 1998, toNUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 33pp. [17]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 I.   ProgressReport 14, for the period January-June 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES, 40 pp. [16]
            • Dietz, Ton &Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the Schoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 II. Progress Report 13, for the Period July-December 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,  43 pp. [15]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1997). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 I. Progress Report 12, for theperiod January-June 1997, toNUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,45pp.[14]
            • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1997) Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996 II.   Progress Report11,for the periodJuly-December 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 42pp. [13]
            • Dietz, Ton& Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental  Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996I.   Progress Report10, for the period January-June 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 54 pp. [12]
            • Dietz, Ton & Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1995 II.  Progress Report 9, for the Period July-December, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45 pp.[11]
            • Dietz, Ton& Dismas Otieno(1995). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 1995 I.  Progress Report 8, forthe Period January-June 1995, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 43 pp. [10]
            • Dietz, Ton & Dismas Otieno (1995). Strengthening theSchool ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University,Kenya. Report 1994 II. Progress Report 7, for the Period July-December 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45pp. [9]
            • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya, Report 1994 I. Progress Report 6, for the period January-June 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 42 pp. [8]
            • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Phase II 01.01.1994- 31.12.1997. Final Project Document for MHO Programme NUFFIC. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 49 pp. [7]
            • Dietz,Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiU niversity, Kenya. Report1993 II. ProgressReport 5,for the period July-December1993,to DGIS.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36pp. [6]
            • Dietz, Ton &Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1993 I.  Progress Report 4, for the period January-June1993, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 30pp. [5]
            • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 II.  Progress Report 3, forthe period July-December1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36 pp. [4]
            • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1992). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 I. Progress Report 2, for the period January-June 1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 47 pp. [3]
            • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi(1992). Strengthening the SchoolofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Progress Report 1, for the year 1991, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 28 pp. + app. [2]
            • Okidi, Charles & TonDietz (1991). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Programme for inter-institutionalco-operationbetweenSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya & Faculty ofEnvironmental Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Phase I, 1991-1995. Project document,accepted by the Ministry of Development Co-operation, The Hague, The Netherlands. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [1]


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            Strengthening Moi University Eldoret Kenya


            5.2.Reflecting about PhD Supervisionand Research Management

            Wadee, Ahmed A., Moyra Keane, Ton Dietz & Driekie Hay (2010),Effective PhD Supervision, mentorship and coaching. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers. [11]

            • Interview with Ton Dietz by Floor Milikowski (2007). Veldwerk is essentieel (n.a.v. eredoctoraat Moi University). Folia , 61(15): 8-9. [7]
            • Dietz, Ton (2007) CERES Farewell speech at the end of CERES directorship (2002-2007). Utrecht June 2007 [9]
            • Interview with Ton Dietz by Mirjam Ros-Tonen (2007). Building bridges, creatingsynergies. In: Bridging gaps -creating synergies. Visions and opinionson crossing boundaries, pp. 5-12. Utrecht: CERES.Published on the occasionof the departure as director ofCERES on 27 June2007. [6]
            • Dietz, Ton (2007) Het meten van wetenschappelijke kwaliteit. Lezing voor Universiteit van Amsterdam, in discussiemet Loet Leijdesdorf,Amsterdam maart 2007 [10]
            • Interview with Ton Dietz& Ahmed A. Wadee (2006). Life television interview aboutbooklaunch 'Effective PhDSupervision and Mentorship'. Morning Life South Africa , 29 September. [5]  
            • DietzA.J. (Ton), Jonathan D. Jansen & Ahmed A.Wadee (2006). Effective PhD Supervision and Mentorship. A Workbook based on experiences from South Africa and the Netherlands. Pretoria/Amsterdam: Unisa press/Rozenberg Publishers,133 pp. [4]
            • Dietz, Ton & Ahmed A. Wadee (2005). (co-)organisation of SANPAD PhD supervisors workshop. Durban, South Africa, 29 September - 1October. [3]
            • Dietz, Ton(2005). Metenvan onderzoeksprestaties kan heel goed en biedt reflectie. Volkskrant Forum , 22August.  [2]
            • Dietz, T. (2004). (co-)organisation ofthe Supervisor´s Workshop Sanpad RCIConference.Durban, South Africa, 6-8 September. [1]
            • Dietz, T.(2003) Stellingen. Seminar 'Mutual Beneficiaries?" HogerOnderwijs in Nederland en in Ontwikkelingslanden. Platform for International Education (PIE) Utrecht 19 Februari 2003 [8]


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            CERES in danger

            "Ratto di Proserpina" (the rape of Proserpina)

            by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Roma, Galleria Borghese).

            In Roman mythology Proserpina isthe daughterof Jupiter and CERES, goddess of fertility and guardian of the Plebeians

            6. BETWEEN HOBBY AND SCIENCE


            6.1. The cultural geography of postage stamps

            Dietz, Ton (2011) De bij de jubileumtentoonstelling (bijna) vergeten stadsposten van Haarlem. Spaarnepost nr 440, juni 2011, pp. 10-13 [12]

            • Dietz, T.& Dick Foeken (2008). Theiconography of Tunisian postage stamps. In: Mamadouh,Virginie, Steven M.de Jong, Frans Thissen, Joop van der Schee & Michiel van Meeteren (eds.), Dutch windows on the Mediterranean , pp. 25-33. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands,NetherlandsGeographical Studies 376. [9]
            • Boerma, Albert (2008) Stamps identify nationalities (about publication Ton DietzinGeografie 2006). In: PhilatelicExporter. Tne World Stamp Trade Journal.Vol 63, Issue 9, January 2008, pp. 32-33 [10]
            • Dietz, T. (2007). Briefmarken als Ausdruck nationaler Identität. Deutschland und die Niederlande von 1849bis 2005. Philatelie, 59 (365): 44-49. [8]
            • Dietz, T. (2007). Postage Stamps asManifestations of NationalIdentity. Germany and the Netherlands from 1849 to 2005. Geographische Rundschau, International Edition , 3 (2): 14-19.[7]
            • Dietz, T. (2007). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit: Duitsland en Nederland van 1849 tot 2005. Deutsche post. Verenigingsblad van de Filatelistenvereniging Duitsland, 20(2):10-19 (overgenomen van artikel in Filatelie). [6]
            • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturenvan de Nederlandse(sport)ziel: een vergelijking van de lokale postdienstene n vande PTT/TPG. Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging , 27 (4): 34-36. [5]
            • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturen van de Duitse en Nederlandse (sport)ziel. Spaarnepost 392&393: 12-14& 13-14. [4]
            • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als identiteitsboodschappers.Een vergelijking van Duitsland en Nederland 1849-2005. Filatelie , 84(9): 596-599. [3]
            • Interview met  Ton Dietz (2006). Nederland-Duitsland: Topper met tanden. Collect, uitgave van TPG Post,  48: 14-15. [2]
            • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit. Duitslanden Nederlandvan 1849 tot 2005. Geografie , 15(1): 12-17.[1]
            Dietz, T (1999). De particuliere post in Marokko tussen 1891 en 1909. In: SPP (Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging) 20e jrg, No. 3, 18 sept. 1999, pp. 13-16 [11].

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            Please send Africanpost stamps

            For anew research & fun project about the dynamics of African identity expressions on post stamps I am looking for illustrations. If you can spare African post stamps (any) please send them to Ton Dietz c/o African Studies Centre P.O.Box 9555 2300RB Leiden, The Netherlands.

            6.2. Other

            • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke vanHaastrecht (2008) Restaurant Guide for Simon'sTown and around (South Africa). [6]
            • Dietz, Ton (2004) Cultural differences. Dutch culture in context. Lecture for IBM, Amsterdam, Febr. 10, 2004 [4]
            • Dietz, Ton (2001) From the NIRP archives.[1]
            • Dietz, Ton (2001) Toespraak totAd de Bruijne bijzijn pensionering als hoogleraar sociale geografie van ontwikkelingslanden, Amsterdam 30 november 2001 [3]
            • Dietz, Ton (2000) Kinshasa, Matonge. In: Geographica 2000 [5]
            • Dietz, Ton (1990) 'Forestof Beers' in: Foeken, Dick & Koos van der Meulen: Eten met Gerrit. een bloemlezing van eet-en drinkervaringen vanNederlandse afrikanisten, samengesteld ter gelegenheidvan het afscheid van Gerrit Grootenhuis als algemeen secretaris van het Afrika-Studiecentrum. Leiden: Afrika-Studiecentrum (1990) [2]


            Trash or treasure?

            For you to decide....






Assessing the development sector in the Netherlands, extra

Presentations (powerpoints)

Impact evaluations for NGOs: recent developments, possible collaboration SNV and AIID. Presentation for SNV (Ton Dietz & Menno Pradhan) January 2005 [5]

Challenging Both Ends. Presentation Ton Dietz Amsterdam Oct. 16, 2008 [4]

Masterclass Politiek 2015: ontwikkelingssamenwerking.Presentatie Ton Dietz Amsterdam NCDO 10 november 2007 (in Dutch) [3]

Some ideas for the HIVOS session September 21 2007. Presentation Ton Dietz Ermelo [2]

De Juiste Maat. Terugblik op het tot stand komen van het Mede Financierings Stelsel (MFS). Presentatie Ton Dietz en Arie de Ruijter juni 2007 (in Dutch) [1]

Geografie

Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij

2. GEOGRAPHY

2.1.General

  • Dietz, Ton, Sahara als geobetisch monstrum en de weeping camel als geoforisch hoogtepunt. Nieuwskrant GPIO nr 16 sept. 2009, p. 7 [14]
  • Dietz, Ton, Fransden Hertog & Hermanvan der Wusten (2008). Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij. De geografie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 299 pp. [9, 10, 12]
  • Dietz, Ton (2008). Geografisch onderzoek: van goed tot excellent. Geografie , 17 (2):14-15. [8]
  • Dietz, Ton (2008). Tien jaar eerstejaars enquêtes. Een steeds wereldwijzere groep studenten. Nieuwskrant. Een uitgave van het onderwijsinstituut GPIO en de Afdeling Geografie, Planologie en Internationale Ontwikkelingsstudies , 13: 11. [7]
  • Dietz, Ton (2008). Een moeizame reis. Nieuwskrant. Een uitgave van het onderwijsinstituut GPIO ende Afdeling Geografie,Planologie en Internationale Ontwikkelingsstudies, 13: 4-5. [6]
  • Dietz Ton(& Claartje Mulder) (2005). Household fluidity and family networks, methodological challenges.AMIDSt lecture March 8, 2005 [13]
  • Dietz, Ton (2002). Rapportcijfers geografisch onderzoek: een repliek. Geografie , 11 (1): 17. [5] en [11]
  • Dietz, Ton, Contributions to Werner, Jan W.H. & Guus J. Borger (2000). Strijd om de Ruimte in Kaart. Catalogus bij de gelijknamige tentoonstelling in de Universiteitsbibliotheek Amsterdam, georganiseerd in het kader vanhet congres 'Geografie 2000' Amsterdam, 2-3 November.Amsterdam/Utrecht: Universiteitsbibliotheek Amsterdam/KNAG.[4]
  • Dietz, Ton & Jan Mansvelt Beck(red.) (1997). Er zijn Grenzen. Een Farewell voorHenk Reitsma. Amsterdam: ISG. [3]
  • Dietz,Ton& Annemieke van Haastrecht (1997). Mocambique gefeliciteerd! In: Dietz,Ton & Jan Mansvelt Beck (red.) Er zijn Grenzen, Een Farewell voor Henk Reitsma, pp.49-51, Amsterdam: ISG. [2]
  • Dietz,T. & H. Reitsma (1988). Naar een nieuwe regionalegeografie. IMWOO Bulletin, 16 (2): 13-16.[1]

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2.2. For the International Geographical Union (IGU)

  • Dietz, Ton, (2011) Duurzame steden in China. Nieuwskrant Geografie, Planologie en Internationale Ontwikkelingsstudies, College Sociale Wetenschappen Universiteit van Amsterdam, Nr 19, voorjaar 2011, Thema: Milieu, p.3 [7]
    • Dietz, Ton, Steven M. de Jong, Menno-Jan Kraak & Michiel van Meeteren (2008). Geography in the Netherlands 2004-2008. In:  Mamadouh,Virginie, Steven M. de Jong, Frans Thissen, Joop van der Schee & Michielvan Meeteren (eds.), Dutch windows on theMediterranean, pp.11-24. Publication at the occasion of the 31th Congress of the IGU in Tunis,12-15 August. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands, Netherlands Geographical Studies 376. [6]
    • Dietz, Ton, Piet Hoekstra & Frans Thissen(eds.) (2004). The Netherlands and the North Sea. Dutch Geography 2000-2004. Publication at the occasion of the 30th Congress of the IGU in Glasgow, Scotland, 15-20 August. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands, Netherlands Geographical Studies 325, 156 pp.  [5]
    • Dietz, A.J., D.W.J. Foeken & K. Kusters (eds.) (2002). Dutch Geography and Africa. Contribution for IGU-Netherlands to the IGU Regional Conference in Durban South Africa, 4-7 August.  Utrecht: KNAG/FRW University of Utrecht, Netherlands Geographical Studies 300, 162 pp. [4]
    • Dietz,T.,D.W.J.Foeken & K.Kusters (2002). Dutch Academic Geography and Africa.In: Dietz, A.J., D.W.J. Foeken & K. Kusters (eds.),  Dutch Geography and Africa, pp. 7-11 . Contribution for IGU-Netherlandsto the IGU Regional Conference in Durban South Africa, 4-7 August.  Utrecht: KNAG/ FRW University of Utrecht,Netherlands Geographical Studies300. [3]
    • Dietz, Ton & Koen Kusters (2002). Bibliography of Dutch geographical publications about Africa. In: Dietz, A.J., D.W.J. Foeken & K. Kusters (eds.), Dutch Geography and Africa,  pp.13-117. Contribution for IGU-Netherlands to the IGU Regional Conferencein Durban South Africa, 4-7 August. Utrecht: KNAG/FRW University ofUtrecht, NetherlandsGeographical Studies300. [2]
    • Dietz, Ton, &Frans Kwaad (2000). Dutch Geography 1996-2000. Contribution for IGU-Netherlands to the 29th IGU Congress in Seoul, 15-17 August. Utrecht: IGU-The Netherlands, 102pp. [1]

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    2.3 Sustainable Cities

    Lecture about'Sustainable Cities' to Hunan University, Changsha, China, October26 and 27, 2010 (see1 and 2, abbreviated version)

    2.4 Political Geography of Africa

    • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (2001). The crumbling of the African state system. In: Dijkink, Gertjan & Hans Knippenberg (eds.), The Territorial Factor. Political Geography in a Globalising World , pp. 177-200. Amsterdam: Vossiuspers. [8] and [9]
    • Dietz, Ton, & John Houtkamp (2000). Afrika's internationale relaties.In: O. Verkoren&E.J.A. Harts-Broekhuis (red.), Tropisch Afrika, pp. 197-219. Assen: Van Gorcum. [7] en [10]
    • Dietz, Ton (2000). Afrika: de moeizame weg naar nationale politieke eenwording.In: Heins, J.J.F. & G.D.Thijs (red.), Ontwikkelingsvraagstukken 2000+, pp.135-152. Amsterdam: Interfacultaire Commissie Ontwikkelingsproblematiek vande Vrije Universiteit, Themabundel Ontwikkelingsproblematiek 11. [6]
    • Foeken, Dick& Ton Dietz (1999). Of Ethnicity, Manipulation and Observation: the1992 and 1997 Elections in Kenya.In: Abbink, J. & G. Hesseling(eds.) Election Observation andDemocratization in Africa , pp. 122-149. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press. [5]
    • Dietz, Ton & John Houtkamp (1998). ForeignAidto Africa: The Rise and Fall of StructuralDevelopment Aid. In:Grant, Richard & Jan Nijman (eds.), The Global Crisis in Foreign Aid, pp. 89-102. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.[4] 
    • Dietz, Ton & John Houtkamp (1995). Foreign Aid to Africa, A Geographical Analysis . TESG , 86 (3): 278-295. [3]
    • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (1994). Leidt Afrikaanse democratiseringtot etnische polarisatie?  Geografie , 3 (1):30-34. [2]
    • Dietz, Ton &Herman van der Wusten (1991). Eurafrika: een analyse van internationale vervlechtingen tussen Afrika en Europa. Geografisch Tijdschrift , 25 (2): 104-114 [1]


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    3. INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GEOGRAPHY

    3.1. Dryland Studies

    • Dietz, Ton, Wilson K. Yabann, Elias Ucakuwun and Thomas Munyao (forthcoming). Kenya's drylands, research of Moi University School of Environmental Studies in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam. Preface chapter based on keynote lecture Ton Dietz in Narok, 2002 [55]
    • Dietz, Ton, with Jan Willem Gunning, Andries Klaasse Bos & Adri Zuiderwijk (2009).Optimistic Determinism or Explaining a Miracle. In: Burger, Kees & Fred Zaal, Sustainable Land Management in the Tropics. Explaining the Miracle. Farnham:Ashgate, pp. 1-20. [52]
    • Brons,Johan, Ton Dietz, AnkeNiehof & Karen Witsenburg (2007). Dimensions of Vulnerability of Livelihoods in Less-favoured Areas: Interplay between theIndividual and the Collective. In: Ruben, R., J. Pender & A, Kuyvenhoven (eds.), Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Less-favoured Areas , pp. 91-110. Wallingford UK/Cambridge MA USA:CAB International. [51 for book chapter and 56 for information about the book as a whole]
    • Dietz, Ton, Anke Niehof, Karen Witsenburg &JohanBrons, (2005).  Collective behaviour as a missing element in the analysis of livelihood vulnerability in less-favoured areas. Paper for the international workshop Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Less-Favoured Areas, Wageningen (WUR and IFPRI-Washington), 8-9 December. [50] and [53] as summerschool paper CERES 2006; [57] as presentation at that summerschool).
    • Chebet, Susan &Ton Dietz(2000). Climbing the Cliff. A History of the Keiyo. Eldoret: Moi University Press, 224 pp. [49]
    • Dietz, Ton, D. Adi Lakshmi & M. Put (2000). An Introduction to Andhra Pradesh. In: Put, M & M.P.van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 51-74. New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [48]
    • Dietz, T., M. Put & S.Subbiah (2000). A Profile of Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar: a Drought Risk Assessment, Agricultural and Social Change, and the Roleof NGOs, In: Put, M. & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh, pp.75-124. New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [47]
    • Dietz, T., & M. Put (2000). Project Interventions in Dryland Agriculture: the Examples of the Government of India/World Bank-supportedMaheswaram Project and of AWARE's activities in Amangal Mandal, In: Put, M & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh ,pp. 125-184 NewDelhi: IDPAD/Manohar.[46]
    • Put M., M. P. van Dijk, T.Dietz & G.A. de Bruijne (2000). Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations, In:Put,M.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 377-400 . New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [45]
    • Dietz, Ton,& Marcel Put (2000). NGOs and Dryland Development in Anantapur District, AP, India. Indian Geographical Journal,  73 (1): 1-15.[44]
    • Klaasse Bos, Andries and TonDietz. A synthesis of book reviews and resultingquestions. Paper for the opening workshop of the NWO Programme 'Agricultural transition towards sustainable tropical landuse', 25-28 March 1998[54] 
    • Dietz, Ton, Marcel Put & S. Subbiah (1998). Drought Risk Assessment for Dryland Agriculturein Semi-Arid Telengana,AndhraPradesh, India. In: Bruins, Hendrik & Harvey Lithwick (eds.), The Arid Frontier. Interactive Management of Environment and Development , pp. 143-161. Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers. [43]
    • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1997). Livelihood Stress in Dryland Zones. In: Naerssen, Ton van, Marcel Rutten & Annelies Zoomers (eds.), The Diversity of Development. Essays in Honour ofJan Kleinpenning, pp.43-56 . Assen: Van Gorcum. [42]
    • Dietz, T., D.Adi Lakshmi, & M. Put (1996). An Introduction to Andhra Pradesh, In: Put M. & M.P.van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projectsin Andhra Pradesh ,pp. 21-42 . Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi. [41]
    • Dietz,T., M. Put & S.Subbiah (1996). A Profile of Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar: A Drought Risk Assessment, Agricultural and Social Change and the Role of NGOs. In: Put M.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp.43-85. Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi. [40]
    • Dietz,T& M. Put (1996). Project Interventions in Dryland Agriculture, The Examples of the Government of India/WorldBank-supported Maheswaram project and of Aware's activities in Amangal mandal, In: Put M. & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two ProjectsinAndhra Pradesh, pp. 86-133.Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi.[39]
    • Put, M., T. Dietz, M.P. van Dijk & G.A.de Bruijne (1996). Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations. In: PutM.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 271-294. Report for IDPAD,The Hague/NewDelhi.[38]
    • Reitsma,Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.) (1992). Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments . Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 146, 195 pp. [37]
    • Reitsma, Henk,Ton Dietz & Leode Haan (1992).Objectives and scope. In: Reitsma,Henk, Ton Dietz &Leode Haan(eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments , pp 13-18. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG , Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [36]
    • Dietz, Ton, Peter Druijven &DickFoeken (1992). Coping mechanismsand livelihood strategies: a summary of concepts. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz &Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the ruralpoor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 37-43. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 146.[35]
    • Dietz, Ton, Rolf Schöndorff & Henk Reitsma (1992). Levels of development; the countries and the study areas.In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments , pp. 44-55. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [34]
    • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (1992).Governmentinterventions in dryregions. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz&Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 56-72 .Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG,  Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [33]
    • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht & Annette Kruithof, (1992).Endo-Mokoro, Kenya, In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 91-111. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies146. [32]
    • Reitsma, Henk & Ton Dietz(1992). Conclusion: a comparison of livelihood options and living conditions. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments,  pp. 173-181. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 146. [31]
    • Dietz, Ton (1991). Indigenous irrigation as a starting point in WesternKenya. In: Huijsman, A. & H. Savenije (eds.),  Making haste slowly. Strengthening localenvironmental management in agricultural development. Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute (KIT Press). [30]
    • Moonen, Esther & Hans Verolme (& Ton Dietz & Wiegert de Leeuw), (1990) Kale Sublocation (Mwino Location).Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid LandsProgramme West Pokot. Amsterdam [58]
    • Dietz, Ton (1990). Seasonality andthe rhythm of external interference. In:Foeken, D. & A. den Hartog (eds.), Seasons, food supply and nutrition in Africa , pp.89-110 . Leiden: African Studies Centre. [29]
    • Dietz,Ton (1988). Economic diversification and rural change inaformer expulsion area: theSouthern Kerio Valley in Kenya. In: Hinderink J. & E. Szulc-Dabrowiecka (eds.),  Rural development in Third World countries. Case studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America,  pp.59-70. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 67. [28]
    • Gallé, Marjo(with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht,Mirjam Schomaker,Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al) (1987). LocationalDevelopment Profile for Batei Location, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot & ElgeyoMarakwet. [27]
    • Haastrecht, Annemieke van, Ton Dietz, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P.Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyok et al (1986). Locational Development Profile for Weiwei Location, WestPokot District. Reports for the AridandSemi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya.Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 64 pp. [26 a & b]
    • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Henrietta Moore, Raymond Suter (1986). Locational Development Profile for Endo, Mokoro & Embobut Locations, Elgeyo Marakwet. Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional DevelopmentResearch WestPokot & Elgeyo Marakwet. [25]
    • Vermaat, Bert (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al.) (1986). Locational Development Profile for Kipkomo Location, West Pokot District. Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands ProgrammeWest Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI UvA Regional Development Research WestPokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 61 pp. [24a & b]
    • Dietz, T. & A.van Haastrecht (1986). Major contributionsto: District Atlas West Pokot (eds.Hendrix H., M. Mwangi & N. deVos), Kapenguria: ASAL Programme. And Contributions to: District Atlas Elgeyo Marakwet (eds.: Cappon,J.,W. v.d.Goorbergh, M.Mwangi & C.M. Saina), Iten: ASAL Programme. [22,23]
    • Zaal, Fred & Ingrid van Tienhoven (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok, et. al) (1985). Locational Development Profile for MasolLocation, West PokotDistrict. Reportsforthe Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet, 41 pp. [21]
    • Tienhoven Ingrid van & Fred Zaal (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyok,et al)(1985). Locational Development Profile for Lomut& Cheptulel Locations, West PokotDistrict . Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet, 52 pp. [19,20]
    • Haastrecht, Annemieke van & Mirjam Schomaker (RDR ASAL Programme, coord. by Ton Dietz), An assessment of the population supporting capacity of West Pokot District, Kenya. Methodology and Results. Amsterdam, 48 pp [59]
    • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker,etal. (1984). Locational Development Profile for Soy & Kocholwo Locations, Elgeyo Marakwet. Reportfor the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 56 pp. [18a & b]
    • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyoket al, (1984). Locational Development Profile for Riwa & Lower Mnagei, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 53 pp. [17a and b]
    • Dietz, Ton & Anke van Heure (1984). Semi-Aride Gebieden. Een globale inventarisatievan relatieve positie enoverheidsbeleid.Verslagvaneen doktoraal leeronderzoek 1983-1984. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 2 delen, 150pp. [16]
    • Dietz, Ton & BoudewijnSuriee (1984). Van droogte doordrongen. Een studie van het beleid van overheid en hulporganisaties ter verhoging van het welvaartsnivo in de drogegebieden van Kenianade onafhankelijkheid.Verslag van een kandidaatsleeronderzoek 1983-1984.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 131 pp. [15]
    • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al,(1983). Locational Development Profiles: for Kapchok, Sook, Mwino, Suam, Lelan, Sekerr, Kasei & Chemorongit Locations, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet.  [7-14]
    • Dubel, Irene & Marjanne de Kwaasteniet(with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker,et al.) (1983). Locational Development Profile for Mon Location, Elgeyo Marakwet. Report for theArid and Semi-Arid LandsProgramme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 33pp. [6]
    • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1983). Health facilitiesin ElgeyoMarakwet. Report for the ASAL Programme Elgeyo Marakwet. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 17 pp. [5]
    • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1983). Rapid rural appraisal in Kenya's wildwest: economic change andmarket integration in Alale Location, West Pokot District. Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper 396, 44 pp. [4]
    • Dietz,Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht,Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al, (1982). Locational Development Profile for Alale, WestPokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 55 pp.[3]
    • Dietz, Ton, Paul Mertens & Peter Gaturuku (1982). Health facilitiesin West Pokot District. Reportforthe ASAL (Arid and Semi-Arid Lands) Programme West Pokot. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet , 30 pp. [2]
    • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Market integration in Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot. Comparing households and locations. Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies. Working Paper 392, 70 pp. [1]

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    3.2. PastoralismStudies

    • Wario RobaAdano, Karen Witsenburg & Ton Dietz (2009). Scarcity ofnatural resources and pastoral conflicts in northern Kenya: an inquiry. Horn of Africa Bulletin (1): 1-5.[16]
    • Dietz, Ton, Adano Wario Roba &KarenWitsenburg (2005). three papers for the African Studies Association 48th Annual meeting,Washington, 20 November . i)  Pastoral sedentarisation and effortsofwealth accumulation in Northern Kenya ( paper read by AdanoWario Roba) ii) The acquisition of farm land by settled pastoralists (paper read by KarenWitsenburg) iii) Natural Resources and Conflicts in pastoral areas (paper readbyTon Dietz). [15]
    • Dietz, Ton, E. Amgalan, T. Erdenechuluun & S. Hess (2005). Carrying capacity dynamics, livestock commercialisation and land degradation in Mongolia's free market era. Amsterdam/IVM: Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management, IVM Working Paper 05/10, 15 pp.  [14]
    • Dietz, Ton, Adano Wario Roba and KarenWitsenburg (2005). Natural Resources and Conflicts: Theoretical Flawsand Empirical Evidence from Northern Kenya. Paper prepared for the keynote address at the Moi University First Annual Conference, held 14-16 February 2005 Eldoret Kenya [18]
    • Dietz, Ton,Abdirizak Arale Nunow, Adano Wario Roba and Fred Zaal (2003) Conceptualising economic change inpastoral societies under pressure, with four Kenyan case studies: the Pokot, the Maasai, the Somali and the situation in Marsabit. Paper for the Drylands conference in Narok, organised by MUSES and AGIDS, August 18-20 2003 [17]
    • Dietz, Ton, M.A. Mohamed Salih & Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed Ahmed (eds.) (2001). African Pastoralism. Conflict, Institutions and Government. London/SterlingVirginia: Pluto Press/OSSREA,311 pp. [13]
    • Dietz, Ton, Abdirizak Arale Nunow, AdanoWario Roba & Fred Zaal (2001). Pastoral Commercialisation: On Caloric Terms of Trade and Related Issues. In: M.A.Mohamed Salih,TonDietz & Abdel GhaffarMohamed Ahmed (eds.), African Pastoralism.Conflict, Institutions and Government, pp.194-234.  . London/SterlingVirginia: Pluto Press/OSSREA. [11 and 12]
    • Abdirizak Arale Nunow, Ton Dietz & Jan Hoorweg (2000). Pastoralisme in het Somali gebied van Kenia. Ongepubliceerde Nederlandse samenvatting van de resultaten van het proefschrift van Abdi Nunow. [19]
    • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (1999). Of Markets, Meat, Maize and Milk. Pastoral Commoditization in Kenya.In: Anderson, D.M. & V. Broch-Due (eds.),  The Poor are not Us: Poverty andPastoralism in Eastern Africa , pp. 163-198 . Oxford: James Currey. [10]
    • Dietz, Ton, Abdirizak Nunow & Fred Zaal (1999). Pastoral commercialization: a riskybusiness? Three Kenyan case studies: the Pokot,the Maasai and the Somali. Paper for the International Workshop on Resource Competition and Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa, organised by OSSREA and ISS,Addis Ababa, 21-24 October. [9]
    • Dietz,Ton & Mohamed Salih(1997). Pastoral DevelopmentinEastern Africa: PolicyReview,Options and Alternatives. Report to I/C Consult Zeist, for Bilance, second version.  [8] 
    • Dietz, Ton &Mohamed Salih (1996). Pastoral Development inEastern Africa: Policy Review, Options and Alternatives. Report to I/C Consult Zeist, for Vastenactie/Cebemo-Bilance. [7]
    • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (1995). Of Markets, Meat, Maize and Milk. Paper for the conference on 'Poverty and Prosperity in Africa: Local and Global Perspectives', at the Nordic AfricaInstitute, Uppsala, Sweden, November. [6]
    • Dietz, Ton (1993). The State, the market andthe decline of pastoralism: challenging some myths, with evidence from Western Pokot in Kenya/Uganda.In:John Markakis (ed.), Conflict and the decline of pastoralism in the Horn of Africa , pp. 83-99.London: Macmillan/ISS The Hague. [5]
    • Dietz, Ton (1991). Crisis survival strategies: a summary of conceptsand an example fromthesemi-pastoral Pokot in Kenya/Uganda. In: Jeffrey C.Stone (ed.), Pastoral economies in Africa andlong term responses to drought, pp. 86-108 . Proceedingsof acolloquium at the University of Aberdeen. AberdeenUniversity African StudiesGroup.  [4]
    • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (1990). The future of Maasai pastoralists in Kajiado District, Kenya; Integrated Proceedings of a Conference organized by the Arid and Semi-AridLands Programme, KajiadoDistrict, Kenya. Amsterdam/Leiden: Report for the ASAL Programme Kajiado District. 90 pp. [3]
    • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (1990). Conference file.In:M.K. van Klinken& J. ole Seitah (eds.),  The future of Maasai pastoralists in Kajiado District, Kenya; proceedings of a conference held in Limuru, Kenya,28-31 May 1989, pp. 9-23. Kajiado: ASAL Programme Kajiado. [2]
    • Dietz, Ton(1987). Pastoralists in dire straits. Survival strategiesand external interventions in a Semi-Arid Region at the Kenya/Uganda border: Western Pokot1900-1986. Ph.D.Dissertation University of Amsterdam; Commercial edition: Amsterdam: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 49, 324 pp. [1]


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    Pastoralism in Dire Straits

    Bookcover PhD Thesis 1987

    Evaluating Development Efforts in Africa

    • Dietz, Ton, 2012, Participatory Assessment of Development in Africa. In: Pouw, Nicky and Isa Baud, Local Government and Poverty in Developing Nations. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 215-239 [36]
    • Dietz, Ton (2011) Participatory Evaluation of Development Interventions in a Vulnerable African Environment. In: Kasperson, Roger E. and Mimi Berberian (eds) Integrating Science and Policy. Vulnerability and resilience in Global Environmental Change. London & Washington: Earthscan, pp. 269-290 [35]
      • Dietz, Ton (2011) second part of 'Silverlining Africa', inaugural lecture Leiden University January 14, 2011
        • [33+34] Dietz Ton, 3 lectures in China, about African Studies in the Netherlands, and the PADEV approach as an example of Dutch research in Africa: lectures at Zhejiang Normal University (Institute for African Studies), Peking University and the Institute for West Asian and African Studies of the Chinese Academyof Sciences; in October/November 2010 [32]
          • Dietz, Ton, Francis Obeng, Jerim Obure and Fred Zaal (2009) Subjective Truths.Participatory Development Assessment. The Broker Issue 15, August 2009, pp. 19-21+31, and a longer versionon www.thebrokeronline.eu . [30]
          • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (2009) Essay: Wat vinden de Afrikanenzelf? (Mannen waarderen eenweg; vrouwen onderwijs). IS (Internationale Samenwerking; Amsterdam), 2009-5, pp. 30-31 [29en 31]
          • Dietz,Ton & Sjoerd Zaanen (2009) Assessing interventions and change among presumed beneficiaries of  'development': a toppledperspective on impact evaluation. In: Paul Hoebink(ed.): The Netherlands Yearbook on International Collaboration. Assen: Van Gorcum; pp. 145-164 [28]
          • Dietz, Ton(et al.) (2009) Participatory, holistic evaluation of development initiatives in Sandema (Builsa District) Upper East Region Ghana. Amsterdam Report of March 2009 [27]
          • Andiema, Rachel, Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2008) Participatory Evaluation of Development Interventions for Poverty Alleviation among (former) Pastoralists in West Pokot, Kenya. Bryant, Christopher R., EdwardMakhanya and Thora Martina Herrmann (eds)  The Sustainability of Rural Systems in Developing Countries. Montreal (Canada): Laboratoire de Developpement durable et dynamique territoriale Geographie Universite de Montreal, 117-131 [22].
          • Obure, Jerim, Ton Dietz&Fred Zaal(2008) Participatory monitoring and evaluation: lessons from anti-poverty interventionsin Northern Ghana. Paper for the conference of the American Evaluation Association [26]
          • Dietz, Ton(2007). Participatory Evaluation of development Interventions in a vulnerable environment (West Pokot, Kenya) . Report of seminar series 'Monitoring and Evaluation on the Cutting Edge: Monitoring and Evaluation in the Chain. Creating new dialogues , MDF, Training and Consultancy, Ede, 14 December 2006, pp.17-34. [20]
          • Dietz, Ton (2006) Participatory evaluation of development interventions ina vulnerable environment. Paper for the VARIP conference Oxford [25]
          • Fred Zaal, Ton Dietz, Annelet Broekhuis & Alide Jong, with Adama Belemvire, Francis Obeng, David Millar,Younnousa Touré and Constant Zango (2003). Rapport de Synthèse final d'une évaluationdes activités des CFA pourla lutte contre la pauvreté au Sahel . Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 100 pp. [19]
          • Andiema, Rachel, Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2003). Participatory evaluation of development interventions for poverty alleviation among (former) pastoralists in West Pokot,Kenya. In: Isa Baud et al (ed.), Faces of Poverty. Capabilities, mobilization and institutional transformation , pp. 193-209. Proceedings of the International CERES summer school2003, Amsterdam 23-26 June, Amsterdam: CERES/UvA/VU/KIT.[18]
          • Idem (2003) paper for the drylands conference of MUSES and AGIDS in Narok [23], prepared for Drylands book (forthcoming) [24]
          • Zaal, Fred,Ton Dietz, Ali de Jong &Annelet Broekhuis (2002). Samenvatting van de voorlopige resultaten vande evaluatie van armoedebestrijdings activiteiten van geselecteerdeNederlandse medefinancieringsorganisaties in de Sahel. Amsterdam: AGIDS/Universiteitvan Amsterdam. Rapport aan de Stuurgroep Evaluatie Medefinancieringsprogramma, 23 pp. [17]
          • Zaal, Fred, Ton Dietz, Annelet Broekhuis & Ali de Jong, with Adama Belemvire, Francis Obeng, David Millar & Younnousa Touré and Constant Zango (2002). Final Synthesis Report of an assessment of CFA activities to combat poverty in the Sahel. Report to Steering Committee for the Evaluation ofthe Co-financing Programme.Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 100 pp. [16]
          • Dietz, Ton, David Millar & Francis Obeng (2002). By the grace of God, the day will come when poverty will receive the final blow. The impact ofNGOs supported by Dutch co-financing agencies on poverty reductionand regional development in the Sahel. Northern Ghana report . Working document to Steering Committeefor the Evaluation of the Co-financing Programme. Amsterdam/Bolgatanga: University of Amsterdam/University for Development Studies Tamale, 200pp. [15]
          • Andiema, Rachel,Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2002). Workshop Proceedings of theparticipatory impact evaluation of development interventions on people's capabilitiesin a) Chepareria Division (72 pp.), b) Kacheliba and Kongelai Divisions (45 pp.), c) Alale and KaseiDivisions (102 pp.) West Pokot District, Kenya.Kapenguria/Amsterdam:West Pokot Research Team/AGIDS.14]
          • Dietz,Ton & Wiegert de Leeuw (1999). The Arid and Semi-AridLands Programme in Kenya. In: Sterkenburg, Jan &Arie van der Wiel (eds.),  Integrated Area Development. Experiences with Netherlands Aid in Africa, pp. 37-57 . The Hague: Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NEDA). [13] and [21]
          • Dietz, T., J.A.A. Berkhout,C. Mango, M.R. Turner& J. Wafula (1992). Mid term review ofthe Netherlands support to NARP/KARI. Reportto theGovernment of Kenya KARI/Government of the Netherlands DGIS. Nairobi/Amsterdam,1992, 85 pp.[12]
          • Graaf, Martin de, TonDietz & Sam Moyo (1991). Non-governmental organisationsin Zimbabwe. Report for the impact study co-financing organisations. Amsterdam/Utrecht (Impactstudie Medefinancieringsprogramma NGO Landenstudie Afrika pp.33-72). [11]
          • Dietz,Ton & Sam Moyo (1991). Impact study co-financingorganisations in Zimbabwe. Studies of Glen Forest Training Centre, Organisation of Rural Associations for Progress(ORAP) and Christian Care. Three main reports and 10 appendix reports. Amsterdam (Impactstudie Medefinancieringsprogramma Veldonderzoek). [10]
          • Dietz, Ton & M.O. Ongong'a (1989). The Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme in West Pokot and employment creation. Report for the District Development Committee, WestPokot District, The Ministry of Planning and National Development(Republic of Kenya) and the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Nairobi. Amsterdam/Kapenguria, 28 pp.[9]
          • Dietz, T, J.Hardeman, J. Kipkan& E. Mbao (1988). The upgrading of Marich-Biretwo road. Reportfor the Ministry ofPlanning and National Development and for the Netherlands Embassy. Nairobi, 30pp. [8]
          • Dietz, T., A.Owiti &A. van Haastrecht (1987). Report of the ASAL backstopping mission WestPokot and ElgeyoMarakwet, 25 October 17November 1986. Amsterdam: UvA,SGI,54 pp. [7]
          • Dietz, T.,A. Owiti, J. Brandt & J.Ating'a(1986). Report of the identificationmission for anArid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme in Kajiado District. Report for Stichting Nederlandse Vrijwilligers, Nairobiand for the Ministry of Planning and National Development, Government of Kenya, 72 pp. [6]
          • Dietz, Ton, Anthony Owiti & James Kipkan (1985). Review mission ASAL Programme West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet, Nov. 7th-26th. Report for the Ministry of Planning and National Development and for the Netherlands Embassy, Nairobi, 46 pp. [5]
          • Dietz, Ton (1985). Monitoring and evaluation of the ASAL Programmes in Kenya. Report fortheMinistry of Finance and Planning,Rural Planning Division, GovernmentofKenya. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI,66 pp. [4]
          • Dietz, Ton (1985). An analysis of the 1984-5 annex to the Elgeyo Marakwet District Development Plan for 1984-88. Report for the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Rural Planning Division, Government of Kenya.Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 15pp. [3]
          • Dietz, Ton(1984). Collection and use of district data for project formulation . Proceedings, West Pokot District seminar for ruraldevelopment, Kapenguria: D.C. 's Office, pp. 37-42. [2]
          • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht &Mirjam Schomaker (1983). Programmatische benadering en onderzoek.  Rapport voor DGIS, Afdeling Onderzoek en Aangepaste Technologie. Amsterdam/Den Haag: UvA SGI/DGIS, 28 pp. [1]

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    3.3 Extra: unpublished studies impact co-financing agencies in the Sahel 2001-2002

    • Zaal, F, T. Dietz, A. de Jong, ABroekhuis (2001) CFP Evaluation on poverty alleviation and ruraldevelopment in the Sahel. Methodology, instruments of research and proposals for ToRs and research team. Amsterdam/Utrecht December 2001 (unpublished) [1]
    • Geest Kees van der& Ton Dietz (2002) Agricultural, health care and education services in Bongo and Garu (pre-study for 'Grace of God'; unpublished) [2]
    • Zaal. Fred, Ton Dietz, Ali deJong, Annelet Broekhuis (2002) Summary of the preliminary findings. An assessment of activities by selected Dutch co-funding organsations to combat poverty inthe Sahel. Amsterdam/UtrechtJune 2002 (unpublished) [3]
    • Dietz, Ton et al. (2002) Impact StudyCo-funding Agencies in the Sahel: section about observed and perceived trends of changein the Sahel.Amsterdam/Utrecht (unpublished) [4]
    • Dietz, Ton, FrancisObeng and Kees vander Geest (2002) The impactof the Cordaid-supportedBASF project in Anafobisi Upper East Ghana (unpublished) [5]
    • Idem, in Balungu [6]
    • Dietz, Ton, Francis Obeng and Kees van derGeest (2002) The impact of the ICCO-supported PAS project in Kugsabile Upper East Ghana (unpublished) [7]
    • Idem,inTambalug[8]
    • Dietz, Ton (2002)The impact ofICCO andCordaid projectsin Northern Ghana. Summary of the Ghana study. Amsterdam August 2002 (unpublished) [9]
    • Dietz, Ton(2002) Samenvattende opmerkingen n.a.v. het Ghana onderzoek. Amsterdam (ongepubliceerd) [10]
    • Dietz, Ton et al(2002) Bythe Grace of God...Impact evaluationof development interventions by BASF and PAS, funded by Cordaid and ICCO (unpublished)[11]


    3.4. Migration and development

    • Dietz, Ton, Valentina Mazzucato, Mirjam Kabki & Lothar Smith, 2011, Ghanaians in Amsterdam, Their "Good Work Back Home" and the importance of reciprocity. Journal of Global Initiatives (Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective) of the Institute for Global Initiatives of Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA, Vol. 6, Nr 1, pp. 132-143. [7]
      • Dietz, Ton, Valentina Mazzucato, Mirjam Kabki and Lothar Smith, 2010, Ghanaians in Amsterdam andtheir 'goodwork backhome'.Paper for the ASA Conference San Francisco November 20, 2010(Theme: AFRICAN DIASPORA AND DIASPORAS IN AFRICA). [6]
        • Geest, Kees van der, Anton Vrieling, Ton Dietz (2010). Migration and Environment in Ghana: a cross-district analysis of human mobility and vegetation dynamics. Environment and Urbanization, Vol. 22 (1) 107-124[5].
        • Kabki, Mirjam, Valentina Mazzucato & Ton Dietz (2008).Migrant involvement in community development:thecaseof the rural Ashanti Region-Ghana. In: Naerssen, Ton van,ErnstSpaan & Annelies Zoomers (eds.), Global Migration and Development , pp. 150-171. New York/London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group. [1 and 4]
        • Dietz, T. & V. Mazzucato (2004): (co)-organisationofthe Migration and Development Conference. Accra, Ghana, 14-16 September. [2]
        • Dietz, Ton (1986). Migration to and from dry areas inKenya. TESG,  77 (1): 18-26. [3]

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        3.5. Growth poles, regional inequality and urban-rural linkages

        • T. Dietz & F. Zaal(2002). The provisioning of African cities,with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I.S.A. &J. Post (eds.), Re-aligning actorsin an urbanizing world: institutions and governance in an international perspective, pp. 263-284. Aldershot: Ashgate.[9]
        • Dietz, Ton& Fred Zaal (2001). The provisioning of African cities, with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I., J. Post, L. de Haan & T. Dietz (eds.), Re-aligning Government, Civil Societyand the market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne , pp. 309-328. Amsterdam: AGIDS.[8]
        • Dietz,Ton& Jack Koninx (1984). Regionale ongelijkheid in Kenia en de lokatie van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingsprojecten.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, Publikatie 5, 144 pp. [7]
        • Dietz, Ton & Jack Koninx (1983). The Netherlands in Kenya. Development projects in Kenya financed by Dutch development assistance, 1964-1981 .Amsterdam: University UvA,SGI, Publikatie 4, 81pp. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton & Roelandvan Geuns (1982). Regionale ongelijke ontwikkeling in Kenia en Tanzania: Regionale verschillen in transformatie en marktintegratieprocessen,1960-1980.  Politiek en Ruimte, 3 : 93-120. [5]
        • Dietz,Ton, Leo deHaan, Annemieke van Haastrecht et al. (1980). Afrika 1930-1975:de regionale en ruimtelijke gevolgen van veranderingen van kolonialisme naar perifeer kapitalisme.  Verslag doktoraal leeronderzoek 1979/80. Amsterdam: SGI UvA.6 delen, 612pp.[4]
        • Dietz, Ton(1979). De effekten van depenetratie van de kapitalistische produktiewijze op de regionaleongelijkheid in Kenya . Paper voor de Studiedag 'Geografischonderzoek in de afhankelijkheidsproblematiek'. Utrecht: Studiegroep G.A.P./VUGS/Vakgroep SGO, 26 pp.[3]
        • Dietz, Ton &Elly Vose.a. (1979). Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp Kenia. Een onderzoek naar de effecten van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp aan Kenia op de regionale ongelijkheiden opde maatschappelijke ongelijkheid in diverse typen landbouwregio's.  Verslag 3ejaarsleeronderzoek 1977/78.Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, 157 pp.[2]
        • Scheffer, H.R. (Rudolf), A.J. (Ton) Dietz &J.M.(Annemieke) van Haastrecht (1977). Local effects of two large scale industrial projects in theKafue-Mazabuka area in Zambia: the Kafue Estate and Nakambala Sugar Estate. Nijmeegse Geografische Cahiers 8. Nijmegen: GPI, KUN,164 pp. [1]


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        3.6. About development-oriented academic geography

        • Dietz, Ton(2005) Whither development geography?Comments on Rob Potter. Utrecht KNAG-SGOdebate Jan. 4,2005[21]
        • Teune, Bastiaan& Ton Dietz(2002). Globalisering geografisch getoetst. Geografie , 11 (8): 18-20. [16]  en [17]
        • Bruijne, Ad de, Ton Dietz &Wim van Spengen (2002). De ontwikkelingsgeografische traditie. Van nuttigeexotica, via ontwikkelingsvraagstukken naar glocalisering. In: Knippenberg, Hans & Marijke van Schendelen (red.), Alles heeft zijn plaats.125 Jaar Geografie en Planologie aan deUniversiteitvan Amsterdam,1877-2002, pp. 191-212. Amsterdam: Aksant. [15 en 19] 
        • Dietz, Ton (2001) Dertien gedachten bij de doorstart vanSGPOin de 21e eeuw. Bijdrage aan de KNAG-SGO discussie over de toekomst vanSG(P)O. Utrecht 10 oktober 2001 [20] 
        • Dietz, Ton (2001). SGO'ers: brave en welkome huisvrienden?. Geografie , 10 (2): 48. [14en18] 
        • I. Baud, T.Dietz, J. Post, L. deHaan (eds.) (2001). Re-aligning Government, Civil Society andthe market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour ofG.A.de Bruijne. Amsterdam: AGIDS, 532pp. [13] 
        • Post, J., I.S.A. Baud, T. Dietz & L.J. de Haan (eds.) (2001), Introduction. In: I. Baud, J.Post, T. Dietz & L. de Haan(eds.), Re-aligning Government,Civil Society and the market. New Challengesin urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne, pp. 1-22. Amsterdam: AGIDS. [12] 
        • Bruijne Ad de,TonDietz & Hebe Verrest (1999). Is SGO Milleniumproof? deel 1: Geografie , 8 (4): 7-10;deel 2: Geografie , 8(5): 38-43. [10, 11] 
        • Dietz, A.J. (1997). Nabeschouwing. In:Dietz, A.J., J.M.G. Kleinpenning, A.L. van Naerssen, M.M.E.M. Rutten & J.G. Smit:SGOin reunie , pp.43-46. Nijmegen: Faculteit der Beleidswetenschappen. [9] 
        • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht(1996). Mazabuka, Nakambala. In: Boland,Gudule (red.), Een vakgroep om te onthouden , pp.87-89. Bundel over de vakgroepSocialeGeografie vanOntwikkelingsgebieden, metbijdragen van (oud)studenten en (oud)medewerkers ter gelegenheid van de reunieop 14 december 1996, Nijmegen:SGO [8] 
        • Dietz, Ton(1994). Agricultural Trends and Prospects in the South and their Relevance for the Peasantry Debate. In: G. Custers & P. Stunnenberg (eds.), Incorporation and Integration inDeveloping Countries , pp.47-64 . Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change 17.Saarbrucken: LIT Verlag. [7] 
        • Dietz, Ton (1994). One Generation after Jan Hinderink's African Maiden Speech. In: A.Harts-Broekhuis & O. Verkoren(eds.), NoEasyWay Out; essays in honour of Prof. Jan Hinderink. Amsterdam/Utrecht: Netherlands Geographical Studies 186. [6] 
        • Dietz, Ton (1993).Afrikaanse akkerbouwtrends,  Geografie, 2 (6): 6-26. [5] 
        • Dietz, Ton (1990).Development-oriented Geography: examining the interface between nature'scapacityand humanlivelihood strategies. IMWOO-bulletin 17 (4): 13-16. [4] 
        • Dietz, T.& P. Jungerius (1988). Integrated rural development geography. In: Wijngaarden-Bakker, L.H. & J.J.M. van der Meer (eds.),  Spatial sciences, research in progress , pp.41-52. Amsterdam: KNAG/UvA, NetherlandsGeographicalStudies 80.[3] 
        • Dietz,Ton (1987). Geografisch determinisme in vermomming?Over agrarische landevaluatie, bevolkingsdraagvlak en geintegreerderurale ontwikkelingsgeografie. In: H.v.d. Wusten (red.), Postmoderne aardrijkskunde; desociografische traditie voortgezet , pp.89-102. Muiderberg: Coutinho. [2] 
        • Dietz, Ton& Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Book review: Richard Peet (ed):  'Anintroduction tomarxisttheories of underdevelopment', Canberra, 1980. TESG, 73 (5): 308-310. [1] 


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        4. POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY /POLITICAL ECOLOGY

        4.1. General  
        Kurian, M., V. Ratna Reddy, T. Dietz & D. Brdjanovic, 2012, wastewater reuse for peri-urban agriculture: a viable option for adaptive water management? Sustainability Science (Springer) online: July 2012; DOI 10. 1007/s 11625-012-0178-0 [32]
        Norder, Sietze, Kenneth Rijsdijk, Ton Dietz & Soonil Rughooputh (2012), Mauritius. Ruimtegebrek en suikerriet. Geografie, febr. 2012, pp. 25-27 [29+30+31].
        Mercy Derkyi, Mirjam A.F. Ros-Tonen, Ton Dietz and Boateng Kyereh (2012), Interactive forest governance for conflict management in Ghana. ETFRN News (European Tropical Forest Research Network. Volume 53, April 2012: 19-28 [28].  
          Dietz T, 2011, lecture 'Land Acquisitions and Development' for the Launch Workshop of the Research Programmes of the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 'Transnational Land Acquisitions in Africa and Southeast Asia'. Amsterdam September 16, 2011. [27]


        • Dietz, T & M. Ros-Tonen (2010), keynote lecturefor 10-year anniversarymeeting Tropenbos Ghana, in Kumasi,on July 7, 2010. Forests, people and livelihoods.[26]
        • Dietz, T. (2009), De vloek van deovervloed...of de uitdaging van het tekort. Geografie Jrg 18 nr7, September 2009, pp. 14-16 [25]
        • Dietz, T. (2009). Opening speech at the MARE conference 'People and the Sea V, Living with Uncertainty and Adapting to Change', 09-07-2009 [24]
        • Serna Martin, A. &T. Dietz (2008). Local involvement in CDM biogas projects: Argentine experiences. Joint implementation quarterly , 14: 10-11. [22]
        • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink(red.) (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichtenvan milieugeografen en -planologen. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel, 400 pp. [21]
        • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu! In:Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz& Maarten Wolsink (red.), Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichten van milieugeografen en-planologen, pp.9-16. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel.  [20]
        • Bram Büscher & Ton Dietz (2005). Conjunctions of Governance. The State and the Conservation-development Nexusin Southern Africa. The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 4 (2): 1-15. [19]
        • Dietz, Ton (2005). Natural resources and conflicts: theoretical flaws and empirical evidencefrom Northern Kenya. Keynotelecture with AdanoWario Roba and KarenWitsenburg(presented by Adano), for Moi University First Annual Conference, 16 February. Eldoret (unpublished) [18]
        • Dietz, Ton, Natascha Bakker &MaartenWolsink(2005). (co-)organisation of Milieugeografie en planologie werkconferentie.Amsterdam (Artis),15 October. [17]
        • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Land use and tenure: entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita Taveta,Kenya. Nairobi:Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper[16]
        • Dietz, Ton (2001). Politieke milieugeografieen -planologie:Amsterdamse vorderingen. In: Groenendijk, Jan & Leo deKlerk (red.), Milieugeografie en -planologie voor behoedzamen, pp. 19-31. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel. [15]
        • Dietz, Ton( 2000). Book review: Mohamed Salih (ed.) Environmental Politics and Liberationin Contemporary Africa.  TESG,  91 (3): 322-323. [14]
        • Berg, J.C.J.M., H. Wessel, T. Dietz, I. de Vries & H. de Boois,(2000). Background to the themes of Focus 4: Socio-economic Dimensions of Changing Coastal Systems: Approaches to IntegratedResearch. The Hague: NWO. [13]
        • Dietz, Ton (2000) Poverty and Land Degradation. Paper for tyhe AIID conference World Poverty, aChallenge for theprivate Sector. Amsterdam October 3 and 4 2000 [23]
        • Dietz, Ton (1999). Pengakuan HakAtas Sumberdaya Alam; Kontur Geografi Lingkungan Politik.Jakarta: Remdec Swaprakarsa, pp. 115. [12]
        • Dekker, Marleen & Ton Dietz (1999). NGOs and EnvironmentalDilemmas in Zimbabwe. In: Venema B. & H.v.d.Breemer (eds.), TowardsNegotiated Co-management ofNatural Resources in Africa, pp. 135-164. Münsteretc: LIT Verlag. [11]
        • Dietz, Ton (1999).Political EnvironmentalGeography of the Tropics. Development, TheJournal of the Society for International Development, 42 (2): 13-19. [10]
        • Dietz, Ton & Mariecke van der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw inontwikkelingslanden: tussen theorie en praktijk. DerdeWereld, 16 (4): 424-428. [9]
        • Dietz, Ton & Marieckevan der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw in ontwikkelingslanden; tussen theorie en toepassing. In: Glas, Mariecke, van der(red.), Duurzamelandbouw in ontwikkelingslanden tussen theorieen toepassing, pp. 1-12. Utrecht/Zeist: CERES/ICCO. [8]
        • Dekker, Marleen &Ton Dietz (1997). NGOs and Environmental Dilemmas in Zimbabwe. Paper for the conference onThe implementation of environmental policies in Africa, Free University ofAmsterdam, 17-18 April. [7]
        • Dietz,Ton(1997). Machtsverhoudingenbij milieuvraagstukken in de tropen. Athenaeum Illustre, 11: 26-31.[6]
        • Hoorweg, Jan & Ton Dietz (1997). Introduction.In: Hoorweg, Jan (ed.), Environmental Management, Research and Training in Coast Province, Kenya , pp. 1-5. Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies; Coastal Ecology Series,1/ Nairobi: ACTS Press. [5]
        • Dietz,T. & C.O. Okidi(1997). The GenesisofEnvironmental Impact Assessment: EIA Practices in the Netherlands and Applicabilityin Developing Countries. In: MwakioP. Tole (ed.), Environmental Impact Assessment in Kenya: Theory and Practice, pp. 13-18.Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies/Nairobi: Academy Science Publishers. [4]
        • Dietz, Ton (1996). Entitlements to Natural Resources, Contours of Political Environmental Geography. InauguralLecture Amsterdam,28 June. Utrecht: International Books, 80 pp.  [3]
        • Hoorweg,Jan, TonDietz &MUSES (1996). Co-organization of conference about Environmental Management, Researchand Training in Coast Province, Kenya. Mombasa: MUSES, 7-15 August. [2]
        • Dietz, Ton (1992). Stedelijke Milieuproblemen in Ontwikkelingslanden. Een verkenning van kennisen Nederlandse expertise . Leeronderzoek rapport. Amsterdam: ISG.  [1]

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        ICCD


        4.2. The impact of climate change on drylands and elsewhere

        • Adano, Wario R. , Ton Dietz, Karen Witsenburg and Fred Zaal (2012), Climate Change, Violent Conflict and Local Institutions in Kenya's drylands. Jorunal of Peace Research Special Issue (editor Nils Petter Gleditsch); Jan. 2012 (49/1), pp. 65-80 [42]
        • DietzTon, keynote lecture at the NASAC/KNAW conference on climate change and food security, Nairobi Hilton Hotel, February 23, 2011 [41]
          • Dietz, Ton, keynote lecture at the 7th Knowledge for Development Conference Utrecht, about climate change (Nov, 5, 2010) [40]
            • Dietz, Ton (2010) Klimaatoorlogen? Geografie Jrg 19, nr 1, januari 2010, pp. 20-21 [39]
            • Interview met Ton Dietz op de website van het NWO programma Duurzame Aarde n.a.v. dePolicy Day van de Conferentie: People and the Sea, in juli2009 [38] 
            • Dietz, Ton (2009). Ecospace, humanspace and climate change. Chapter 3of: Salih, M.A. Mohamed: ClimateChange and Sustainable Development. NewChallenges for Poverty Reduction, Cheltenham (UK)/Northamption (MA, USA): EdwardElgar, pp. 47-58 [37]
            • Dietz, A.J. (2006). Adaptation to Climate Change in the Drylands of West Africa; and World Poverty. Sections4.2 and5.2. In: Wonink, S.J., M.T.J. Kok, & H.B.M. Hilderink (eds.), Vulnerability and HumanWell-being, pp. 19-21,and pp. 29-31.Report ofa Workshop in preparationofGEO-4. Report 500019003/2005. Bilthoven: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency(MNP).[31]
            • Dietz, Ton (2005). Impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. Paper presented atthe Cemede/RIVMworkshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation, Nicoya, Costa Rica, 31 January (unpublished). [30 and 35]
            • Dietz, Ton(2005). Poverty research. Paper presented at the Cemede/RIVM workshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation,Nicoya, Costa Rica, 1 February (unpublished). [29]
            • Dietz, Ton (2005). Consequences of climate change for Agricultural R&D in ACP countries. Web-dossier; lead article for the observatory on the ACP/EU Science and Tecnology Policy Dialogue.Wageningen: CTA Knowledge for development. [28]
            • Dietz, A.J., R. Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.) (2004).  The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, pp. 465 + xviii. [27 and 36]
            • Dietz, Ton, &Jan Verhagen (2004). The ICCD Research. In: A.J.Dietz,R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp.3-17. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and PolicySeries 39,Chapter 1. [26]
            • Dietz, Ton& Els Veldhuizen (2004). The World's Drylands: a Classification. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, witha Focus on West Africa,  pp. 19-26 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environmentand Policy Series 39, Chapter 2. [25]
            • Zaal, Fred, Johan Brons, Ton Dietz, Kees van der Geest & Edward Ofori-Sarpong(2004).Sahelian Livelihoods on the Rebound. In:  A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Changeon Drylands, with aFocusonWestAfrica, pp.61-77 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 7. [24]
            • Dietz, Ton&Els Veldhuizen(2004).Population Dynamics. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen(eds.), The Impact of Climate Changeon Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa, pp.79-82.Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 8. [23]
            • Geest, Kees vander & Ton Dietz (2004). A Literature Survey aboutRisk and vulnerability in Drylands, with a focus on the Sahel. In: A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a FocusonWest Africa,   pp. 117-146. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicy Series 39, Chapter 11. [22]
            • Dietz, Ton,David Millar, Saa Dittoh, Francis Obeng & Edward Ofori-Sarpong (2004). Climate and Livelihood Change inNorth East Ghana. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 149-172. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 12. [21]
            • Dietz, Ton (2004). Climate Deterioration and Regional Specificity. Regionally differentiated portfolios of options for Drylands. In:  A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 323-339.  Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series39, Chapter 19. [20]
            • Dietz,Ton, Ruerd Ruben, Jan Verhagen, Saa Dittoh, Mama Konaté, David Millar, Edward Ofori-Sarpong, Hassane Saley & Ndiayé Cheikh Sylla (2004). Climate Change Preparedness in West Africa. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of ClimateChange onDrylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 403-408. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicySeries 39, Chapter 24.  [19]
            • Verhagen, A, T. Dietz,R. Ruben, H.vanDijk,A.deJong, F.Zaal, M. de Bruijn & H.van Keulen (2003). ClimateChangeand foodsecurity in the drylandsof West Africa. In: A.J. Dolman, A.Verhagen& C.A.Rovers (eds.), Global Environmental Change and Land Use, pp.167-186. Dordrecht/Boston/ London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [18]
            • Dietz, Ton, Jan Verhagen & Ruerd Ruben (eds.) (2001). The Impact of ClimateChange inDrylands,with a focus onWest Africa. Final Report forNationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Klimaatverandering-NOP.Wageningen/Amsterdam/ Utrecht/Leiden/Bilthoven: DLV/CERES/RIVM, 130 pp. [17 & 33& 34]
            • Dietz, Ton (2001). Food security and human security insemi-arid regions: the impact of climate change on drylands, with a focus on West Africa . In: Netherlands HDP Committee (ed.), Kaleidoscopic View on Social Scientific Global Change Researchinthe Netherlands . Amsterdam: RoyalNetherlands Academy of Arts andSciences, pp.94-98. [16]
            • Dietz, T.& A. Verhagen (2001). Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands.Climate variability, livelihoodstrategies and policy options.  Change, Research and Policy Newsletter on Global Change from theNetherlands,  58: 1-3.[15]
            • Dietz, Ton & D.L. Renkema (2000). Gevolgen van klimaatverandering voor ontwikkelingslanden. In: K.J.J. Obdeijn, M.T.J. Kok &W. Verweij (red.),  Verslag Nationaal Symposium Klimaatverandering 31 maart 2000 Doorwerth, pp.21-25.Bilthoven: ProgrammaBureau NOP-MLK. Rapport 410-200-047 [14]
            • Dietz, Ton (2000). The impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. In: Commission on Climatology. Proceedings of InternationalSymposium on Climate Change and Variability, and their Impacts. Special lecture on 11 Augustat the 29thInternationalGeographical Congress, Seoul, Konkuk University, 9-13August, pp. 143-151. [13]
            • Dietz, Ton &Marcel Put (1999). Climate change indryland West Africa andthe resultant responses of the localpopulation, theirinstitutions, and organizations . Proceedings of the seminar:Acts of Man andNature:Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, Bergen,22-24 October 1998. Wageningen: CERES, pp.1-24. [12]
            • Dietz,Ton & Jan Verhagen(1999). The impact of climate change on drylands; the case of West Africa. Proceedings of the First NOP symposium on Climate Change, Garderen 29-30 October 1998. Bilthoven: RIVM.[11]
            • Dietz, Ton, David Millar et al. (1999). Coping with Climate Change in Dryland Ghana:the Case of Bolgatanga . Amsterdam/Tamale: NRP-ICCDreport, 87 pp. [10]
            • Verhagen, Jan &Ton Dietz (1999). Theimpact of climate change on drylands and the portfolio of options: the case of West Africa. Paper for the workshopon the Impact ofClimate Change in Burkina Faso and Mali,Bamako: ICCD:NRP-NOP, January 1999 [9]
            • Millar, David & Ton Dietz(1999). Organizationof the second workshop about the Impact of Climate Change in West Africa, Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD:NRP-NOP, April1999 [8]
            • Dietz,Ton (1999). Organization of ICCD workshop about urban change and climate change in WestAfrica, Amsterdam: ICCD: NRP-NOP, 29June. [7]
            • Dietz, Ton, &Marcel Put (1998). Climate change indryland WestAfrica and the resultantresponses of the local population,theirinstitutions, and organizations. Paper for the seminar: Actsof Man and Nature: Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, held in Bergen, CERES Working programme 1, 22-24 October1998.[6]
            • Dietz, Ton & Jan Verhagen (1998). Impact of climate changeon drylands; the case of West Africa. Paper for the NOP symposium, Garderen29-30 October1998.[5]
            • Dietz, A.J.& J.J.R.Groot (1998). Impact ofClimateChange on Water Availability, Agriculture and FoodSecurity in Semi-Arid Regions,with Special Focus on WestAfrica. In: Geijn, S.C. vande & P.J. Kuikman(eds.),  Bookof Abstracts, InternationalWorkshop on Prospects for Co-ordinated Activities in Core Projectsof GCTE,BAHC and LUCC, 16-19 November 1997,Wageningen: DLO/WAU, pp. 80-81. [4]
            • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1998). Impact of ClimateChange on Drylands, withaFocus on West Africa . Report of Phase I,  Reports ICCD, Identification. Wageningen:CERES/DLO/WAU/RIVM. [3]
            • Millar, David & Ton Dietz (1998). Organization ofthe first workshop about theImpact of Climate Change in West Africa, Ghana Research: Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD: NRP-NOP,June 1998. [2]
            • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1997). L'Impact de la modification climatiquesur la disponibilitéeneau,sur l'agriculture et sur la sécurité alimentaire dans les zonesarides. Etude ciblée sur l'Afrique occidentale. Rapport préliminaire de la première phase: L'Identification. Amsterdam/Wageningen/Utrecht: Université d'Amsterdam/DLV/CERES, 10 pp. [1]

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        4.3. Watershed management and heterogeneity in Northern India

        • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2007). Hydro-logic. Poverty, heterogeneity and cooperationon the commons . Delhi: Macmillan India, 221 pp.[9]
        • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2005). How Pro-poor are Participatory Watershed Management Projects? An Indiancase study. IWMI Research Report 92. Colombo (Sri Lanka): International WaterManagement Institute (IWMI),25 pp.[8]
        • Kurian, Mathew,TonDietz& K.S. Murali (2005).Rule Compliance in Participatory Watershed Management: Is it a Sufficient Guarantee of SustainableLivelihoods? Conservation and Society, 3 (1): 43-71. [7]
        • Kurian, Mathew, TonDietz & K.S. Murali (2004). Public-private partnerships inwatershed management-evidencefrom the Himalayan foothills . Water Policy , 6(2):131-152.[6]
        • Kurian, Mathew &Ton Dietz (2004). Irrigation and collective action: a study in method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. Natural Resources Forum , 28 (1): 34-49. [5and 10]
        • Kurian, M. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Irrigation and collective action: a studyin method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. ISS Working Papers General Series 374. The Hague: ISS, 32 pp. [4]
        • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Rule compliancein participatorywatershedmanagement. Is ita sufficient guaranteeofsustainable rural livelihoods? Proceedings of theInternational Commission on Irrigation and drainage, Regional Workshop inTaipei,Taiwan, 10-12 November,and Proceedings of the GlobalWater Partnership,Regional Workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 17-21 November. [3]
        • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Scalingup participatory watershed management. Evidence from Himalayan Foothills. Economic and Political Weekly,  38(50): 5285-5293. [2] and[11]
        • Kurian M., A.J. Dietz & K.S.Murali (2002). Public Private Partnerships in Watershed Management- Evidence fromthe Himalayan Foothills. Rome: WCA infoNET, 42 pp.  [1]


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        4.4. Energy and poverty

        • Dietz, Ton (2004). Energy and environment. Paper presented at the Ceres Summerschool, Nijmegen, 29 June. [5]
        • Snel, Maaike, Michael Baumeister, Ton Dietz, Koen Kusters, Hiddo Pronk,Wilfried Rijssenbeek & Jaap de Winter (2002). Access to energy services for therural poor. Utrecht: KNAG, Geographical Studies of Development and Resource Use, 3, 30 pp. [3 and 4]
        • Dietz, Ton, Scopas Dima & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1994). You Don't Learn by Dodging! Recommendations for measuringthe impact of the second phase of theKenya Woodfuel and Agroforestry Programmein Kenya. Report for ETC-Kenya. Eldoret: MUSES, 81 pp. + app.[2]
        • Dietz, T, L.de Haan, P. Druyven, et al.(1988). Een brandende kwestie. Brandhoutschaarste in de Derde Wereld.  Verslag Leeronderzoek Doktoraalstudenten Sociale Geografie van Ontwikkelingslanden, 1987. Amsterdam: ISG, 92pp. [1]


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        4.5. Tropical Forests

        • Kusters, K., M. RuizPérez, H. de Foresta, T. Dietz, M. Ros-Tonen, B. Belcher, P.Mnalu, A. Nawir & E. Wollenberg (2008). Will agroforests vanish? The caseof Damar agroforests in Indonesia. Human Ecology,  36 (3): 357-370.[6]
        • Njogu, James G. & Ton Dietz (2006) Land use and tenureentitlement rights for community-based wildlife andforest conservation in Taita Taveta, Kenya. University of Nairobi Institute for Development Studies Working Paper Nr 542 [9]
        • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam &Ton Dietz (2006) Africanforests between nature and livelihood resources. Balancing between conservation and development needs. Guest lecture Mirjam Ros atRhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, January 2006 [8]  
        • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F., & Ton Dietz (eds.)  (2005). African Forests Between NatureandLivelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and Forest Management.  Lampeter (Wales):The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81, 429 pp.[5]
        • Ros-Tonen,Mirjam A.F., Ton Dietz & Fred Zaal (2005). Reconciling conservation goals and livelihood needs: New forest managementperspectives inthe 21 st century. In: M.A.F.Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African ForestsBetween Nature and Livelihood Resources. InterdisciplinaryStudies in Conservation and Forest Management , pp.3-29 .  Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81. [4] 
        • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F,Ton Dietz, Wario Roba Adano & James Gichiah Njogu (2005). Sustainable forests and livelihoods: Romantic illusionor environmentaland social necessity? In:M.A.F. Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African Forests Between Nature and Livelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and ForestManagement, pp. 393-419. Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studiesseries 81. [3]
        • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003)Land use and tenure. Entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita TavetaKenya.Working Paper Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi. [7]
        • Kusters, Koen, Ton Dietz, Mirjam A.F.Ros-Tonen & Gerhard M.van denTop (2001). The potential contribution of non-timber forestproduct extraction to tropical forest conservation and development: lessons from acase study of bambooutilisation in a Sierra Madre community, the Philippines. Journal ofBamboo and Rattan, 1(1): 77-94. [2]
        • Cockerell, Mike, Dietz, Ton, & Wieger Schaap (1996). External Evaluation of the Tropenbos Foundation 1993-1996. Report for the Interdepartmental Consultative Group/DGIS section Environment, 80 pp. [1]


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        5. CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT


        5.1.Capacity building: a.o. strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

        • Interviewwith Ton Dietz by GerbenHoetink (2008). Kijken waar we staan. Conferentie brengt wetenschappers,beleidsmakers en uitvoerders van ontwikkelingswerk samen. Transfer , 15(5): 12-14. [29]
        • Interview with Ton Dietz by Evert-Jan Quak(2007). Harde conclusies over vraagsturing.  Transfer, 15 (1): 32-34. [27]
        • Dietz, Ton (2005) PIE Workshop May 2005: experiences with capacity development. Project: Moi University School of Environmental Studies [30]
        • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2004). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya MHO/MUSES (Final) report of Phase I, I*, II &III 01.01.1991-29.02.2004. Report to NUFFIC/MHO. Eldoret: MU School of EnvironmentalStudies, 44 pp. [26]
        • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2003). Strengthening theSchoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002 II.  Progress Report 23, fortheperiod July-December 2002,to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [25]
        • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies MoiUniversity, Kenya. MHO Application for Phase III 1999-2002. To NUFFIC-MHO [section aboutsustainability: 29]
        • Yabann, Wilson& Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening theSchool of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002I . Progress Report 22, for the period January-June 2002, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [24]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2002). Strengthening theSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 II . Progress Report 21, forthe periodJuly-December 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO.  Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [23]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 I. Progress Report20, for the period January-June 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES. [22]
        • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann(2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2000 II. Progress Report 19, for the period January-December 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [21]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(2000). St rengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 2000 I. Progress Report 18, for the period January-June, 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [20]
        • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann (2000). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999 II. Progress Report 17, for the period July-December 1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES. [19]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1999). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999I. Progress Report 16, for theperiod January-June1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 53 pp.[18]
        • Dietz, Ton& Wilson Yabann (1999). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 II.  Progress Report 15, forthe period July-December 1998, toNUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 33pp. [17]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 I.   ProgressReport 14, for the period January-June 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES, 40 pp. [16]
        • Dietz, Ton &Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the Schoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 II. Progress Report 13, for the Period July-December 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,  43 pp. [15]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1997). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 I. Progress Report 12, for theperiod January-June 1997, toNUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,45pp.[14]
        • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1997) Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996 II.   Progress Report11,for the periodJuly-December 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 42pp. [13]
        • Dietz, Ton& Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental  Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996I.   Progress Report10, for the period January-June 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 54 pp. [12]
        • Dietz, Ton & Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1995 II.  Progress Report 9, for the Period July-December, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45 pp.[11]
        • Dietz, Ton& Dismas Otieno(1995). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 1995 I.  Progress Report 8, forthe Period January-June 1995, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 43 pp. [10]
        • Dietz, Ton & Dismas Otieno (1995). Strengthening theSchool ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University,Kenya. Report 1994 II. Progress Report 7, for the Period July-December 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45pp. [9]
        • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya, Report 1994 I. Progress Report 6, for the period January-June 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 42 pp. [8]
        • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Phase II 01.01.1994- 31.12.1997. Final Project Document for MHO Programme NUFFIC. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 49 pp. [7]
        • Dietz,Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiU niversity, Kenya. Report1993 II. ProgressReport 5,for the period July-December1993,to DGIS.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36pp. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton &Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1993 I.  Progress Report 4, for the period January-June1993, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 30pp. [5]
        • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 II.  Progress Report 3, forthe period July-December1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36 pp. [4]
        • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1992). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 I. Progress Report 2, for the period January-June 1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 47 pp. [3]
        • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi(1992). Strengthening the SchoolofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Progress Report 1, for the year 1991, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 28 pp. + app. [2]
        • Okidi, Charles & TonDietz (1991). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Programme for inter-institutionalco-operationbetweenSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya & Faculty ofEnvironmental Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Phase I, 1991-1995. Project document,accepted by the Ministry of Development Co-operation, The Hague, The Netherlands. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [1]


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        Strengthening Moi University Eldoret Kenya


        5.2.Reflecting about PhD Supervisionand Research Management

        Wadee, Ahmed A., Moyra Keane, Ton Dietz & Driekie Hay (2010),Effective PhD Supervision, mentorship and coaching. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers. [11]

        • Interview with Ton Dietz by Floor Milikowski (2007). Veldwerk is essentieel (n.a.v. eredoctoraat Moi University). Folia , 61(15): 8-9. [7]
        • Dietz, Ton (2007) CERES Farewell speech at the end of CERES directorship (2002-2007). Utrecht June 2007 [9]
        • Interview with Ton Dietz by Mirjam Ros-Tonen (2007). Building bridges, creatingsynergies. In: Bridging gaps -creating synergies. Visions and opinionson crossing boundaries, pp. 5-12. Utrecht: CERES.Published on the occasionof the departure as director ofCERES on 27 June2007. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton (2007) Het meten van wetenschappelijke kwaliteit. Lezing voor Universiteit van Amsterdam, in discussiemet Loet Leijdesdorf,Amsterdam maart 2007 [10]
        • Interview with Ton Dietz& Ahmed A. Wadee (2006). Life television interview aboutbooklaunch 'Effective PhDSupervision and Mentorship'. Morning Life South Africa , 29 September. [5]  
        • DietzA.J. (Ton), Jonathan D. Jansen & Ahmed A.Wadee (2006). Effective PhD Supervision and Mentorship. A Workbook based on experiences from South Africa and the Netherlands. Pretoria/Amsterdam: Unisa press/Rozenberg Publishers,133 pp. [4]
        • Dietz, Ton & Ahmed A. Wadee (2005). (co-)organisation of SANPAD PhD supervisors workshop. Durban, South Africa, 29 September - 1October. [3]
        • Dietz, Ton(2005). Metenvan onderzoeksprestaties kan heel goed en biedt reflectie. Volkskrant Forum , 22August.  [2]
        • Dietz, T. (2004). (co-)organisation ofthe Supervisor´s Workshop Sanpad RCIConference.Durban, South Africa, 6-8 September. [1]
        • Dietz, T.(2003) Stellingen. Seminar 'Mutual Beneficiaries?" HogerOnderwijs in Nederland en in Ontwikkelingslanden. Platform for International Education (PIE) Utrecht 19 Februari 2003 [8]


        LINKS:


        CERES in danger

        "Ratto di Proserpina" (the rape of Proserpina)

        by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Roma, Galleria Borghese).

        In Roman mythology Proserpina isthe daughterof Jupiter and CERES, goddess of fertility and guardian of the Plebeians

        6. BETWEEN HOBBY AND SCIENCE


        6.1. The cultural geography of postage stamps

        Dietz, Ton (2011) De bij de jubileumtentoonstelling (bijna) vergeten stadsposten van Haarlem. Spaarnepost nr 440, juni 2011, pp. 10-13 [12]

        • Dietz, T.& Dick Foeken (2008). Theiconography of Tunisian postage stamps. In: Mamadouh,Virginie, Steven M.de Jong, Frans Thissen, Joop van der Schee & Michiel van Meeteren (eds.), Dutch windows on the Mediterranean , pp. 25-33. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands,NetherlandsGeographical Studies 376. [9]
        • Boerma, Albert (2008) Stamps identify nationalities (about publication Ton DietzinGeografie 2006). In: PhilatelicExporter. Tne World Stamp Trade Journal.Vol 63, Issue 9, January 2008, pp. 32-33 [10]
        • Dietz, T. (2007). Briefmarken als Ausdruck nationaler Identität. Deutschland und die Niederlande von 1849bis 2005. Philatelie, 59 (365): 44-49. [8]
        • Dietz, T. (2007). Postage Stamps asManifestations of NationalIdentity. Germany and the Netherlands from 1849 to 2005. Geographische Rundschau, International Edition , 3 (2): 14-19.[7]
        • Dietz, T. (2007). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit: Duitsland en Nederland van 1849 tot 2005. Deutsche post. Verenigingsblad van de Filatelistenvereniging Duitsland, 20(2):10-19 (overgenomen van artikel in Filatelie). [6]
        • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturenvan de Nederlandse(sport)ziel: een vergelijking van de lokale postdienstene n vande PTT/TPG. Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging , 27 (4): 34-36. [5]
        • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturen van de Duitse en Nederlandse (sport)ziel. Spaarnepost 392&393: 12-14& 13-14. [4]
        • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als identiteitsboodschappers.Een vergelijking van Duitsland en Nederland 1849-2005. Filatelie , 84(9): 596-599. [3]
        • Interview met  Ton Dietz (2006). Nederland-Duitsland: Topper met tanden. Collect, uitgave van TPG Post,  48: 14-15. [2]
        • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit. Duitslanden Nederlandvan 1849 tot 2005. Geografie , 15(1): 12-17.[1]
        Dietz, T (1999). De particuliere post in Marokko tussen 1891 en 1909. In: SPP (Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging) 20e jrg, No. 3, 18 sept. 1999, pp. 13-16 [11].

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        Please send Africanpost stamps

        For anew research & fun project about the dynamics of African identity expressions on post stamps I am looking for illustrations. If you can spare African post stamps (any) please send them to Ton Dietz c/o African Studies Centre P.O.Box 9555 2300RB Leiden, The Netherlands.

        6.2. Other

        • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke vanHaastrecht (2008) Restaurant Guide for Simon'sTown and around (South Africa). [6]
        • Dietz, Ton (2004) Cultural differences. Dutch culture in context. Lecture for IBM, Amsterdam, Febr. 10, 2004 [4]
        • Dietz, Ton (2001) From the NIRP archives.[1]
        • Dietz, Ton (2001) Toespraak totAd de Bruijne bijzijn pensionering als hoogleraar sociale geografie van ontwikkelingslanden, Amsterdam 30 november 2001 [3]
        • Dietz, Ton (2000) Kinshasa, Matonge. In: Geographica 2000 [5]
        • Dietz, Ton (1990) 'Forestof Beers' in: Foeken, Dick & Koos van der Meulen: Eten met Gerrit. een bloemlezing van eet-en drinkervaringen vanNederlandse afrikanisten, samengesteld ter gelegenheidvan het afscheid van Gerrit Grootenhuis als algemeen secretaris van het Afrika-Studiecentrum. Leiden: Afrika-Studiecentrum (1990) [2]


        Trash or treasure?

        For you to decide....




2.3 Sustainable Cities

Lecture about'Sustainable Cities' to Hunan University, Changsha, China, October26 and 27, 2010 (see1 and 2, abbreviated version)

2.4 Political Geography of Africa

  • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (2001). The crumbling of the African state system. In: Dijkink, Gertjan & Hans Knippenberg (eds.), The Territorial Factor. Political Geography in a Globalising World , pp. 177-200. Amsterdam: Vossiuspers. [8] and [9]
  • Dietz, Ton, & John Houtkamp (2000). Afrika's internationale relaties.In: O. Verkoren&E.J.A. Harts-Broekhuis (red.), Tropisch Afrika, pp. 197-219. Assen: Van Gorcum. [7] en [10]
  • Dietz, Ton (2000). Afrika: de moeizame weg naar nationale politieke eenwording.In: Heins, J.J.F. & G.D.Thijs (red.), Ontwikkelingsvraagstukken 2000+, pp.135-152. Amsterdam: Interfacultaire Commissie Ontwikkelingsproblematiek vande Vrije Universiteit, Themabundel Ontwikkelingsproblematiek 11. [6]
  • Foeken, Dick& Ton Dietz (1999). Of Ethnicity, Manipulation and Observation: the1992 and 1997 Elections in Kenya.In: Abbink, J. & G. Hesseling(eds.) Election Observation andDemocratization in Africa , pp. 122-149. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press. [5]
  • Dietz, Ton & John Houtkamp (1998). ForeignAidto Africa: The Rise and Fall of StructuralDevelopment Aid. In:Grant, Richard & Jan Nijman (eds.), The Global Crisis in Foreign Aid, pp. 89-102. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.[4] 
  • Dietz, Ton & John Houtkamp (1995). Foreign Aid to Africa, A Geographical Analysis . TESG , 86 (3): 278-295. [3]
  • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (1994). Leidt Afrikaanse democratiseringtot etnische polarisatie?  Geografie , 3 (1):30-34. [2]
  • Dietz, Ton &Herman van der Wusten (1991). Eurafrika: een analyse van internationale vervlechtingen tussen Afrika en Europa. Geografisch Tijdschrift , 25 (2): 104-114 [1]


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3. INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GEOGRAPHY

3.1. Dryland Studies

  • Dietz, Ton, Wilson K. Yabann, Elias Ucakuwun and Thomas Munyao (forthcoming). Kenya's drylands, research of Moi University School of Environmental Studies in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam. Preface chapter based on keynote lecture Ton Dietz in Narok, 2002 [55]
  • Dietz, Ton, with Jan Willem Gunning, Andries Klaasse Bos & Adri Zuiderwijk (2009).Optimistic Determinism or Explaining a Miracle. In: Burger, Kees & Fred Zaal, Sustainable Land Management in the Tropics. Explaining the Miracle. Farnham:Ashgate, pp. 1-20. [52]
  • Brons,Johan, Ton Dietz, AnkeNiehof & Karen Witsenburg (2007). Dimensions of Vulnerability of Livelihoods in Less-favoured Areas: Interplay between theIndividual and the Collective. In: Ruben, R., J. Pender & A, Kuyvenhoven (eds.), Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Less-favoured Areas , pp. 91-110. Wallingford UK/Cambridge MA USA:CAB International. [51 for book chapter and 56 for information about the book as a whole]
  • Dietz, Ton, Anke Niehof, Karen Witsenburg &JohanBrons, (2005).  Collective behaviour as a missing element in the analysis of livelihood vulnerability in less-favoured areas. Paper for the international workshop Sustainable Poverty Reduction in Less-Favoured Areas, Wageningen (WUR and IFPRI-Washington), 8-9 December. [50] and [53] as summerschool paper CERES 2006; [57] as presentation at that summerschool).
  • Chebet, Susan &Ton Dietz(2000). Climbing the Cliff. A History of the Keiyo. Eldoret: Moi University Press, 224 pp. [49]
  • Dietz, Ton, D. Adi Lakshmi & M. Put (2000). An Introduction to Andhra Pradesh. In: Put, M & M.P.van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 51-74. New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [48]
  • Dietz, T., M. Put & S.Subbiah (2000). A Profile of Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar: a Drought Risk Assessment, Agricultural and Social Change, and the Roleof NGOs, In: Put, M. & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh, pp.75-124. New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [47]
  • Dietz, T., & M. Put (2000). Project Interventions in Dryland Agriculture: the Examples of the Government of India/World Bank-supportedMaheswaram Project and of AWARE's activities in Amangal Mandal, In: Put, M & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh ,pp. 125-184 NewDelhi: IDPAD/Manohar.[46]
  • Put M., M. P. van Dijk, T.Dietz & G.A. de Bruijne (2000). Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations, In:Put,M.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 377-400 . New Delhi: IDPAD/Manohar. [45]
  • Dietz, Ton,& Marcel Put (2000). NGOs and Dryland Development in Anantapur District, AP, India. Indian Geographical Journal,  73 (1): 1-15.[44]
  • Klaasse Bos, Andries and TonDietz. A synthesis of book reviews and resultingquestions. Paper for the opening workshop of the NWO Programme 'Agricultural transition towards sustainable tropical landuse', 25-28 March 1998[54] 
  • Dietz, Ton, Marcel Put & S. Subbiah (1998). Drought Risk Assessment for Dryland Agriculturein Semi-Arid Telengana,AndhraPradesh, India. In: Bruins, Hendrik & Harvey Lithwick (eds.), The Arid Frontier. Interactive Management of Environment and Development , pp. 143-161. Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers. [43]
  • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1997). Livelihood Stress in Dryland Zones. In: Naerssen, Ton van, Marcel Rutten & Annelies Zoomers (eds.), The Diversity of Development. Essays in Honour ofJan Kleinpenning, pp.43-56 . Assen: Van Gorcum. [42]
  • Dietz, T., D.Adi Lakshmi, & M. Put (1996). An Introduction to Andhra Pradesh, In: Put M. & M.P.van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projectsin Andhra Pradesh ,pp. 21-42 . Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi. [41]
  • Dietz,T., M. Put & S.Subbiah (1996). A Profile of Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar: A Drought Risk Assessment, Agricultural and Social Change and the Role of NGOs. In: Put M.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp.43-85. Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi. [40]
  • Dietz,T& M. Put (1996). Project Interventions in Dryland Agriculture, The Examples of the Government of India/WorldBank-supported Maheswaram project and of Aware's activities in Amangal mandal, In: Put M. & M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two ProjectsinAndhra Pradesh, pp. 86-133.Report for IDPAD, TheHague/NewDelhi.[39]
  • Put, M., T. Dietz, M.P. van Dijk & G.A.de Bruijne (1996). Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations. In: PutM.& M.P. van Dijk (eds.), Government and NGO Interventions in Dryland Agriculture. A Study of Two Projects in Andhra Pradesh , pp. 271-294. Report for IDPAD,The Hague/NewDelhi.[38]
  • Reitsma,Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.) (1992). Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments . Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 146, 195 pp. [37]
  • Reitsma, Henk,Ton Dietz & Leode Haan (1992).Objectives and scope. In: Reitsma,Henk, Ton Dietz &Leode Haan(eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments , pp 13-18. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG , Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [36]
  • Dietz, Ton, Peter Druijven &DickFoeken (1992). Coping mechanismsand livelihood strategies: a summary of concepts. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz &Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the ruralpoor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 37-43. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 146.[35]
  • Dietz, Ton, Rolf Schöndorff & Henk Reitsma (1992). Levels of development; the countries and the study areas.In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments , pp. 44-55. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [34]
  • Dietz, Ton & Dick Foeken (1992).Governmentinterventions in dryregions. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz&Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 56-72 .Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG,  Netherlands Geographical Studies 146. [33]
  • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht & Annette Kruithof, (1992).Endo-Mokoro, Kenya, In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments, pp. 91-111. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies146. [32]
  • Reitsma, Henk & Ton Dietz(1992). Conclusion: a comparison of livelihood options and living conditions. In: Reitsma, Henk, Ton Dietz & Leo de Haan (eds.), Coping with Semiaridity. How the rural poor survive in dry-season environments,  pp. 173-181. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 146. [31]
  • Dietz, Ton (1991). Indigenous irrigation as a starting point in WesternKenya. In: Huijsman, A. & H. Savenije (eds.),  Making haste slowly. Strengthening localenvironmental management in agricultural development. Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute (KIT Press). [30]
  • Moonen, Esther & Hans Verolme (& Ton Dietz & Wiegert de Leeuw), (1990) Kale Sublocation (Mwino Location).Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid LandsProgramme West Pokot. Amsterdam [58]
  • Dietz, Ton (1990). Seasonality andthe rhythm of external interference. In:Foeken, D. & A. den Hartog (eds.), Seasons, food supply and nutrition in Africa , pp.89-110 . Leiden: African Studies Centre. [29]
  • Dietz,Ton (1988). Economic diversification and rural change inaformer expulsion area: theSouthern Kerio Valley in Kenya. In: Hinderink J. & E. Szulc-Dabrowiecka (eds.),  Rural development in Third World countries. Case studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America,  pp.59-70. Amsterdam/Utrecht: KNAG, NetherlandsGeographical Studies 67. [28]
  • Gallé, Marjo(with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht,Mirjam Schomaker,Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al) (1987). LocationalDevelopment Profile for Batei Location, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot & ElgeyoMarakwet. [27]
  • Haastrecht, Annemieke van, Ton Dietz, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P.Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyok et al (1986). Locational Development Profile for Weiwei Location, WestPokot District. Reports for the AridandSemi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya.Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 64 pp. [26 a & b]
  • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Henrietta Moore, Raymond Suter (1986). Locational Development Profile for Endo, Mokoro & Embobut Locations, Elgeyo Marakwet. Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional DevelopmentResearch WestPokot & Elgeyo Marakwet. [25]
  • Vermaat, Bert (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al.) (1986). Locational Development Profile for Kipkomo Location, West Pokot District. Report for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands ProgrammeWest Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI UvA Regional Development Research WestPokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 61 pp. [24a & b]
  • Dietz, T. & A.van Haastrecht (1986). Major contributionsto: District Atlas West Pokot (eds.Hendrix H., M. Mwangi & N. deVos), Kapenguria: ASAL Programme. And Contributions to: District Atlas Elgeyo Marakwet (eds.: Cappon,J.,W. v.d.Goorbergh, M.Mwangi & C.M. Saina), Iten: ASAL Programme. [22,23]
  • Zaal, Fred & Ingrid van Tienhoven (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok, et. al) (1985). Locational Development Profile for MasolLocation, West PokotDistrict. Reportsforthe Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet, 41 pp. [21]
  • Tienhoven Ingrid van & Fred Zaal (with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyok,et al)(1985). Locational Development Profile for Lomut& Cheptulel Locations, West PokotDistrict . Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet, 52 pp. [19,20]
  • Haastrecht, Annemieke van & Mirjam Schomaker (RDR ASAL Programme, coord. by Ton Dietz), An assessment of the population supporting capacity of West Pokot District, Kenya. Methodology and Results. Amsterdam, 48 pp [59]
  • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker,etal. (1984). Locational Development Profile for Soy & Kocholwo Locations, Elgeyo Marakwet. Reportfor the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA, Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 56 pp. [18a & b]
  • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema,Simon Lopeyoket al, (1984). Locational Development Profile for Riwa & Lower Mnagei, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 53 pp. [17a and b]
  • Dietz, Ton & Anke van Heure (1984). Semi-Aride Gebieden. Een globale inventarisatievan relatieve positie enoverheidsbeleid.Verslagvaneen doktoraal leeronderzoek 1983-1984. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 2 delen, 150pp. [16]
  • Dietz, Ton & BoudewijnSuriee (1984). Van droogte doordrongen. Een studie van het beleid van overheid en hulporganisaties ter verhoging van het welvaartsnivo in de drogegebieden van Kenianade onafhankelijkheid.Verslag van een kandidaatsleeronderzoek 1983-1984.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 131 pp. [15]
  • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al,(1983). Locational Development Profiles: for Kapchok, Sook, Mwino, Suam, Lelan, Sekerr, Kasei & Chemorongit Locations, West Pokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet.  [7-14]
  • Dubel, Irene & Marjanne de Kwaasteniet(with Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht, Mirjam Schomaker,et al.) (1983). Locational Development Profile for Mon Location, Elgeyo Marakwet. Report for theArid and Semi-Arid LandsProgramme Elgeyo Marakwet, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 33pp. [6]
  • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1983). Health facilitiesin ElgeyoMarakwet. Report for the ASAL Programme Elgeyo Marakwet. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 17 pp. [5]
  • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1983). Rapid rural appraisal in Kenya's wildwest: economic change andmarket integration in Alale Location, West Pokot District. Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper 396, 44 pp. [4]
  • Dietz,Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht,Mirjam Schomaker, Romanus P. Chizupo, Rachel Andiema, Simon Lopeyok et al, (1982). Locational Development Profile for Alale, WestPokot District. Reports for the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme West Pokot District, Kenya. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot & Elgeyo Marakwet, 55 pp.[3]
  • Dietz, Ton, Paul Mertens & Peter Gaturuku (1982). Health facilitiesin West Pokot District. Reportforthe ASAL (Arid and Semi-Arid Lands) Programme West Pokot. Amsterdam: SGI, UvA Regional Development Research West Pokot& Elgeyo Marakwet , 30 pp. [2]
  • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Market integration in Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot. Comparing households and locations. Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies. Working Paper 392, 70 pp. [1]

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3.2. PastoralismStudies

  • Wario RobaAdano, Karen Witsenburg & Ton Dietz (2009). Scarcity ofnatural resources and pastoral conflicts in northern Kenya: an inquiry. Horn of Africa Bulletin (1): 1-5.[16]
  • Dietz, Ton, Adano Wario Roba &KarenWitsenburg (2005). three papers for the African Studies Association 48th Annual meeting,Washington, 20 November . i)  Pastoral sedentarisation and effortsofwealth accumulation in Northern Kenya ( paper read by AdanoWario Roba) ii) The acquisition of farm land by settled pastoralists (paper read by KarenWitsenburg) iii) Natural Resources and Conflicts in pastoral areas (paper readbyTon Dietz). [15]
  • Dietz, Ton, E. Amgalan, T. Erdenechuluun & S. Hess (2005). Carrying capacity dynamics, livestock commercialisation and land degradation in Mongolia's free market era. Amsterdam/IVM: Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management, IVM Working Paper 05/10, 15 pp.  [14]
  • Dietz, Ton, Adano Wario Roba and KarenWitsenburg (2005). Natural Resources and Conflicts: Theoretical Flawsand Empirical Evidence from Northern Kenya. Paper prepared for the keynote address at the Moi University First Annual Conference, held 14-16 February 2005 Eldoret Kenya [18]
  • Dietz, Ton,Abdirizak Arale Nunow, Adano Wario Roba and Fred Zaal (2003) Conceptualising economic change inpastoral societies under pressure, with four Kenyan case studies: the Pokot, the Maasai, the Somali and the situation in Marsabit. Paper for the Drylands conference in Narok, organised by MUSES and AGIDS, August 18-20 2003 [17]
  • Dietz, Ton, M.A. Mohamed Salih & Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed Ahmed (eds.) (2001). African Pastoralism. Conflict, Institutions and Government. London/SterlingVirginia: Pluto Press/OSSREA,311 pp. [13]
  • Dietz, Ton, Abdirizak Arale Nunow, AdanoWario Roba & Fred Zaal (2001). Pastoral Commercialisation: On Caloric Terms of Trade and Related Issues. In: M.A.Mohamed Salih,TonDietz & Abdel GhaffarMohamed Ahmed (eds.), African Pastoralism.Conflict, Institutions and Government, pp.194-234.  . London/SterlingVirginia: Pluto Press/OSSREA. [11 and 12]
  • Abdirizak Arale Nunow, Ton Dietz & Jan Hoorweg (2000). Pastoralisme in het Somali gebied van Kenia. Ongepubliceerde Nederlandse samenvatting van de resultaten van het proefschrift van Abdi Nunow. [19]
  • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (1999). Of Markets, Meat, Maize and Milk. Pastoral Commoditization in Kenya.In: Anderson, D.M. & V. Broch-Due (eds.),  The Poor are not Us: Poverty andPastoralism in Eastern Africa , pp. 163-198 . Oxford: James Currey. [10]
  • Dietz, Ton, Abdirizak Nunow & Fred Zaal (1999). Pastoral commercialization: a riskybusiness? Three Kenyan case studies: the Pokot,the Maasai and the Somali. Paper for the International Workshop on Resource Competition and Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa, organised by OSSREA and ISS,Addis Ababa, 21-24 October. [9]
  • Dietz,Ton & Mohamed Salih(1997). Pastoral DevelopmentinEastern Africa: PolicyReview,Options and Alternatives. Report to I/C Consult Zeist, for Bilance, second version.  [8] 
  • Dietz, Ton &Mohamed Salih (1996). Pastoral Development inEastern Africa: Policy Review, Options and Alternatives. Report to I/C Consult Zeist, for Vastenactie/Cebemo-Bilance. [7]
  • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (1995). Of Markets, Meat, Maize and Milk. Paper for the conference on 'Poverty and Prosperity in Africa: Local and Global Perspectives', at the Nordic AfricaInstitute, Uppsala, Sweden, November. [6]
  • Dietz, Ton (1993). The State, the market andthe decline of pastoralism: challenging some myths, with evidence from Western Pokot in Kenya/Uganda.In:John Markakis (ed.), Conflict and the decline of pastoralism in the Horn of Africa , pp. 83-99.London: Macmillan/ISS The Hague. [5]
  • Dietz, Ton (1991). Crisis survival strategies: a summary of conceptsand an example fromthesemi-pastoral Pokot in Kenya/Uganda. In: Jeffrey C.Stone (ed.), Pastoral economies in Africa andlong term responses to drought, pp. 86-108 . Proceedingsof acolloquium at the University of Aberdeen. AberdeenUniversity African StudiesGroup.  [4]
  • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (1990). The future of Maasai pastoralists in Kajiado District, Kenya; Integrated Proceedings of a Conference organized by the Arid and Semi-AridLands Programme, KajiadoDistrict, Kenya. Amsterdam/Leiden: Report for the ASAL Programme Kajiado District. 90 pp. [3]
  • Dietz, Ton & Marcel Rutten (1990). Conference file.In:M.K. van Klinken& J. ole Seitah (eds.),  The future of Maasai pastoralists in Kajiado District, Kenya; proceedings of a conference held in Limuru, Kenya,28-31 May 1989, pp. 9-23. Kajiado: ASAL Programme Kajiado. [2]
  • Dietz, Ton(1987). Pastoralists in dire straits. Survival strategiesand external interventions in a Semi-Arid Region at the Kenya/Uganda border: Western Pokot1900-1986. Ph.D.Dissertation University of Amsterdam; Commercial edition: Amsterdam: KNAG, Netherlands Geographical Studies 49, 324 pp. [1]


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Pastoralism in Dire Straits

Bookcover PhD Thesis 1987

Evaluating Development Efforts in Africa

  • Dietz, Ton, 2012, Participatory Assessment of Development in Africa. In: Pouw, Nicky and Isa Baud, Local Government and Poverty in Developing Nations. New York/London: Routledge, pp. 215-239 [36]
  • Dietz, Ton (2011) Participatory Evaluation of Development Interventions in a Vulnerable African Environment. In: Kasperson, Roger E. and Mimi Berberian (eds) Integrating Science and Policy. Vulnerability and resilience in Global Environmental Change. London & Washington: Earthscan, pp. 269-290 [35]
    • Dietz, Ton (2011) second part of 'Silverlining Africa', inaugural lecture Leiden University January 14, 2011
      • [33+34] Dietz Ton, 3 lectures in China, about African Studies in the Netherlands, and the PADEV approach as an example of Dutch research in Africa: lectures at Zhejiang Normal University (Institute for African Studies), Peking University and the Institute for West Asian and African Studies of the Chinese Academyof Sciences; in October/November 2010 [32]
        • Dietz, Ton, Francis Obeng, Jerim Obure and Fred Zaal (2009) Subjective Truths.Participatory Development Assessment. The Broker Issue 15, August 2009, pp. 19-21+31, and a longer versionon www.thebrokeronline.eu . [30]
        • Dietz, Ton & Fred Zaal (2009) Essay: Wat vinden de Afrikanenzelf? (Mannen waarderen eenweg; vrouwen onderwijs). IS (Internationale Samenwerking; Amsterdam), 2009-5, pp. 30-31 [29en 31]
        • Dietz,Ton & Sjoerd Zaanen (2009) Assessing interventions and change among presumed beneficiaries of  'development': a toppledperspective on impact evaluation. In: Paul Hoebink(ed.): The Netherlands Yearbook on International Collaboration. Assen: Van Gorcum; pp. 145-164 [28]
        • Dietz, Ton(et al.) (2009) Participatory, holistic evaluation of development initiatives in Sandema (Builsa District) Upper East Region Ghana. Amsterdam Report of March 2009 [27]
        • Andiema, Rachel, Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2008) Participatory Evaluation of Development Interventions for Poverty Alleviation among (former) Pastoralists in West Pokot, Kenya. Bryant, Christopher R., EdwardMakhanya and Thora Martina Herrmann (eds)  The Sustainability of Rural Systems in Developing Countries. Montreal (Canada): Laboratoire de Developpement durable et dynamique territoriale Geographie Universite de Montreal, 117-131 [22].
        • Obure, Jerim, Ton Dietz&Fred Zaal(2008) Participatory monitoring and evaluation: lessons from anti-poverty interventionsin Northern Ghana. Paper for the conference of the American Evaluation Association [26]
        • Dietz, Ton(2007). Participatory Evaluation of development Interventions in a vulnerable environment (West Pokot, Kenya) . Report of seminar series 'Monitoring and Evaluation on the Cutting Edge: Monitoring and Evaluation in the Chain. Creating new dialogues , MDF, Training and Consultancy, Ede, 14 December 2006, pp.17-34. [20]
        • Dietz, Ton (2006) Participatory evaluation of development interventions ina vulnerable environment. Paper for the VARIP conference Oxford [25]
        • Fred Zaal, Ton Dietz, Annelet Broekhuis & Alide Jong, with Adama Belemvire, Francis Obeng, David Millar,Younnousa Touré and Constant Zango (2003). Rapport de Synthèse final d'une évaluationdes activités des CFA pourla lutte contre la pauvreté au Sahel . Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 100 pp. [19]
        • Andiema, Rachel, Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2003). Participatory evaluation of development interventions for poverty alleviation among (former) pastoralists in West Pokot,Kenya. In: Isa Baud et al (ed.), Faces of Poverty. Capabilities, mobilization and institutional transformation , pp. 193-209. Proceedings of the International CERES summer school2003, Amsterdam 23-26 June, Amsterdam: CERES/UvA/VU/KIT.[18]
        • Idem (2003) paper for the drylands conference of MUSES and AGIDS in Narok [23], prepared for Drylands book (forthcoming) [24]
        • Zaal, Fred,Ton Dietz, Ali de Jong &Annelet Broekhuis (2002). Samenvatting van de voorlopige resultaten vande evaluatie van armoedebestrijdings activiteiten van geselecteerdeNederlandse medefinancieringsorganisaties in de Sahel. Amsterdam: AGIDS/Universiteitvan Amsterdam. Rapport aan de Stuurgroep Evaluatie Medefinancieringsprogramma, 23 pp. [17]
        • Zaal, Fred, Ton Dietz, Annelet Broekhuis & Ali de Jong, with Adama Belemvire, Francis Obeng, David Millar & Younnousa Touré and Constant Zango (2002). Final Synthesis Report of an assessment of CFA activities to combat poverty in the Sahel. Report to Steering Committee for the Evaluation ofthe Co-financing Programme.Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 100 pp. [16]
        • Dietz, Ton, David Millar & Francis Obeng (2002). By the grace of God, the day will come when poverty will receive the final blow. The impact ofNGOs supported by Dutch co-financing agencies on poverty reductionand regional development in the Sahel. Northern Ghana report . Working document to Steering Committeefor the Evaluation of the Co-financing Programme. Amsterdam/Bolgatanga: University of Amsterdam/University for Development Studies Tamale, 200pp. [15]
        • Andiema, Rachel,Ton Dietz & Albino Kotomei (2002). Workshop Proceedings of theparticipatory impact evaluation of development interventions on people's capabilitiesin a) Chepareria Division (72 pp.), b) Kacheliba and Kongelai Divisions (45 pp.), c) Alale and KaseiDivisions (102 pp.) West Pokot District, Kenya.Kapenguria/Amsterdam:West Pokot Research Team/AGIDS.14]
        • Dietz,Ton & Wiegert de Leeuw (1999). The Arid and Semi-AridLands Programme in Kenya. In: Sterkenburg, Jan &Arie van der Wiel (eds.),  Integrated Area Development. Experiences with Netherlands Aid in Africa, pp. 37-57 . The Hague: Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NEDA). [13] and [21]
        • Dietz, T., J.A.A. Berkhout,C. Mango, M.R. Turner& J. Wafula (1992). Mid term review ofthe Netherlands support to NARP/KARI. Reportto theGovernment of Kenya KARI/Government of the Netherlands DGIS. Nairobi/Amsterdam,1992, 85 pp.[12]
        • Graaf, Martin de, TonDietz & Sam Moyo (1991). Non-governmental organisationsin Zimbabwe. Report for the impact study co-financing organisations. Amsterdam/Utrecht (Impactstudie Medefinancieringsprogramma NGO Landenstudie Afrika pp.33-72). [11]
        • Dietz,Ton & Sam Moyo (1991). Impact study co-financingorganisations in Zimbabwe. Studies of Glen Forest Training Centre, Organisation of Rural Associations for Progress(ORAP) and Christian Care. Three main reports and 10 appendix reports. Amsterdam (Impactstudie Medefinancieringsprogramma Veldonderzoek). [10]
        • Dietz, Ton & M.O. Ongong'a (1989). The Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme in West Pokot and employment creation. Report for the District Development Committee, WestPokot District, The Ministry of Planning and National Development(Republic of Kenya) and the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Nairobi. Amsterdam/Kapenguria, 28 pp.[9]
        • Dietz, T, J.Hardeman, J. Kipkan& E. Mbao (1988). The upgrading of Marich-Biretwo road. Reportfor the Ministry ofPlanning and National Development and for the Netherlands Embassy. Nairobi, 30pp. [8]
        • Dietz, T., A.Owiti &A. van Haastrecht (1987). Report of the ASAL backstopping mission WestPokot and ElgeyoMarakwet, 25 October 17November 1986. Amsterdam: UvA,SGI,54 pp. [7]
        • Dietz, T.,A. Owiti, J. Brandt & J.Ating'a(1986). Report of the identificationmission for anArid and Semi-Arid Lands Programme in Kajiado District. Report for Stichting Nederlandse Vrijwilligers, Nairobiand for the Ministry of Planning and National Development, Government of Kenya, 72 pp. [6]
        • Dietz, Ton, Anthony Owiti & James Kipkan (1985). Review mission ASAL Programme West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet, Nov. 7th-26th. Report for the Ministry of Planning and National Development and for the Netherlands Embassy, Nairobi, 46 pp. [5]
        • Dietz, Ton (1985). Monitoring and evaluation of the ASAL Programmes in Kenya. Report fortheMinistry of Finance and Planning,Rural Planning Division, GovernmentofKenya. Amsterdam: UvA, SGI,66 pp. [4]
        • Dietz, Ton (1985). An analysis of the 1984-5 annex to the Elgeyo Marakwet District Development Plan for 1984-88. Report for the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Rural Planning Division, Government of Kenya.Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, 15pp. [3]
        • Dietz, Ton(1984). Collection and use of district data for project formulation . Proceedings, West Pokot District seminar for ruraldevelopment, Kapenguria: D.C. 's Office, pp. 37-42. [2]
        • Dietz, Ton, Annemieke van Haastrecht &Mirjam Schomaker (1983). Programmatische benadering en onderzoek.  Rapport voor DGIS, Afdeling Onderzoek en Aangepaste Technologie. Amsterdam/Den Haag: UvA SGI/DGIS, 28 pp. [1]

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3.3 Extra: unpublished studies impact co-financing agencies in the Sahel 2001-2002

  • Zaal, F, T. Dietz, A. de Jong, ABroekhuis (2001) CFP Evaluation on poverty alleviation and ruraldevelopment in the Sahel. Methodology, instruments of research and proposals for ToRs and research team. Amsterdam/Utrecht December 2001 (unpublished) [1]
  • Geest Kees van der& Ton Dietz (2002) Agricultural, health care and education services in Bongo and Garu (pre-study for 'Grace of God'; unpublished) [2]
  • Zaal. Fred, Ton Dietz, Ali deJong, Annelet Broekhuis (2002) Summary of the preliminary findings. An assessment of activities by selected Dutch co-funding organsations to combat poverty inthe Sahel. Amsterdam/UtrechtJune 2002 (unpublished) [3]
  • Dietz, Ton et al. (2002) Impact StudyCo-funding Agencies in the Sahel: section about observed and perceived trends of changein the Sahel.Amsterdam/Utrecht (unpublished) [4]
  • Dietz, Ton, FrancisObeng and Kees vander Geest (2002) The impactof the Cordaid-supportedBASF project in Anafobisi Upper East Ghana (unpublished) [5]
  • Idem, in Balungu [6]
  • Dietz, Ton, Francis Obeng and Kees van derGeest (2002) The impact of the ICCO-supported PAS project in Kugsabile Upper East Ghana (unpublished) [7]
  • Idem,inTambalug[8]
  • Dietz, Ton (2002)The impact ofICCO andCordaid projectsin Northern Ghana. Summary of the Ghana study. Amsterdam August 2002 (unpublished) [9]
  • Dietz, Ton(2002) Samenvattende opmerkingen n.a.v. het Ghana onderzoek. Amsterdam (ongepubliceerd) [10]
  • Dietz, Ton et al(2002) Bythe Grace of God...Impact evaluationof development interventions by BASF and PAS, funded by Cordaid and ICCO (unpublished)[11]

3.4. Migration and development

  • Dietz, Ton, Valentina Mazzucato, Mirjam Kabki & Lothar Smith, 2011, Ghanaians in Amsterdam, Their "Good Work Back Home" and the importance of reciprocity. Journal of Global Initiatives (Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective) of the Institute for Global Initiatives of Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA, Vol. 6, Nr 1, pp. 132-143. [7]
    • Dietz, Ton, Valentina Mazzucato, Mirjam Kabki and Lothar Smith, 2010, Ghanaians in Amsterdam andtheir 'goodwork backhome'.Paper for the ASA Conference San Francisco November 20, 2010(Theme: AFRICAN DIASPORA AND DIASPORAS IN AFRICA). [6]
      • Geest, Kees van der, Anton Vrieling, Ton Dietz (2010). Migration and Environment in Ghana: a cross-district analysis of human mobility and vegetation dynamics. Environment and Urbanization, Vol. 22 (1) 107-124[5].
      • Kabki, Mirjam, Valentina Mazzucato & Ton Dietz (2008).Migrant involvement in community development:thecaseof the rural Ashanti Region-Ghana. In: Naerssen, Ton van,ErnstSpaan & Annelies Zoomers (eds.), Global Migration and Development , pp. 150-171. New York/London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group. [1 and 4]
      • Dietz, T. & V. Mazzucato (2004): (co)-organisationofthe Migration and Development Conference. Accra, Ghana, 14-16 September. [2]
      • Dietz, Ton (1986). Migration to and from dry areas inKenya. TESG,  77 (1): 18-26. [3]

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      3.5. Growth poles, regional inequality and urban-rural linkages

      • T. Dietz & F. Zaal(2002). The provisioning of African cities,with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I.S.A. &J. Post (eds.), Re-aligning actorsin an urbanizing world: institutions and governance in an international perspective, pp. 263-284. Aldershot: Ashgate.[9]
      • Dietz, Ton& Fred Zaal (2001). The provisioning of African cities, with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I., J. Post, L. de Haan & T. Dietz (eds.), Re-aligning Government, Civil Societyand the market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne , pp. 309-328. Amsterdam: AGIDS.[8]
      • Dietz,Ton& Jack Koninx (1984). Regionale ongelijkheid in Kenia en de lokatie van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingsprojecten.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, Publikatie 5, 144 pp. [7]
      • Dietz, Ton & Jack Koninx (1983). The Netherlands in Kenya. Development projects in Kenya financed by Dutch development assistance, 1964-1981 .Amsterdam: University UvA,SGI, Publikatie 4, 81pp. [6]
      • Dietz, Ton & Roelandvan Geuns (1982). Regionale ongelijke ontwikkeling in Kenia en Tanzania: Regionale verschillen in transformatie en marktintegratieprocessen,1960-1980.  Politiek en Ruimte, 3 : 93-120. [5]
      • Dietz,Ton, Leo deHaan, Annemieke van Haastrecht et al. (1980). Afrika 1930-1975:de regionale en ruimtelijke gevolgen van veranderingen van kolonialisme naar perifeer kapitalisme.  Verslag doktoraal leeronderzoek 1979/80. Amsterdam: SGI UvA.6 delen, 612pp.[4]
      • Dietz, Ton(1979). De effekten van depenetratie van de kapitalistische produktiewijze op de regionaleongelijkheid in Kenya . Paper voor de Studiedag 'Geografischonderzoek in de afhankelijkheidsproblematiek'. Utrecht: Studiegroep G.A.P./VUGS/Vakgroep SGO, 26 pp.[3]
      • Dietz, Ton &Elly Vose.a. (1979). Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp Kenia. Een onderzoek naar de effecten van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp aan Kenia op de regionale ongelijkheiden opde maatschappelijke ongelijkheid in diverse typen landbouwregio's.  Verslag 3ejaarsleeronderzoek 1977/78.Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, 157 pp.[2]
      • Scheffer, H.R. (Rudolf), A.J. (Ton) Dietz &J.M.(Annemieke) van Haastrecht (1977). Local effects of two large scale industrial projects in theKafue-Mazabuka area in Zambia: the Kafue Estate and Nakambala Sugar Estate. Nijmeegse Geografische Cahiers 8. Nijmegen: GPI, KUN,164 pp. [1]


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      3.6. About development-oriented academic geography

      • Dietz, Ton(2005) Whither development geography?Comments on Rob Potter. Utrecht KNAG-SGOdebate Jan. 4,2005[21]
      • Teune, Bastiaan& Ton Dietz(2002). Globalisering geografisch getoetst. Geografie , 11 (8): 18-20. [16]  en [17]
      • Bruijne, Ad de, Ton Dietz &Wim van Spengen (2002). De ontwikkelingsgeografische traditie. Van nuttigeexotica, via ontwikkelingsvraagstukken naar glocalisering. In: Knippenberg, Hans & Marijke van Schendelen (red.), Alles heeft zijn plaats.125 Jaar Geografie en Planologie aan deUniversiteitvan Amsterdam,1877-2002, pp. 191-212. Amsterdam: Aksant. [15 en 19] 
      • Dietz, Ton (2001) Dertien gedachten bij de doorstart vanSGPOin de 21e eeuw. Bijdrage aan de KNAG-SGO discussie over de toekomst vanSG(P)O. Utrecht 10 oktober 2001 [20] 
      • Dietz, Ton (2001). SGO'ers: brave en welkome huisvrienden?. Geografie , 10 (2): 48. [14en18] 
      • I. Baud, T.Dietz, J. Post, L. deHaan (eds.) (2001). Re-aligning Government, Civil Society andthe market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour ofG.A.de Bruijne. Amsterdam: AGIDS, 532pp. [13] 
      • Post, J., I.S.A. Baud, T. Dietz & L.J. de Haan (eds.) (2001), Introduction. In: I. Baud, J.Post, T. Dietz & L. de Haan(eds.), Re-aligning Government,Civil Society and the market. New Challengesin urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne, pp. 1-22. Amsterdam: AGIDS. [12] 
      • Bruijne Ad de,TonDietz & Hebe Verrest (1999). Is SGO Milleniumproof? deel 1: Geografie , 8 (4): 7-10;deel 2: Geografie , 8(5): 38-43. [10, 11] 
      • Dietz, A.J. (1997). Nabeschouwing. In:Dietz, A.J., J.M.G. Kleinpenning, A.L. van Naerssen, M.M.E.M. Rutten & J.G. Smit:SGOin reunie , pp.43-46. Nijmegen: Faculteit der Beleidswetenschappen. [9] 
      • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht(1996). Mazabuka, Nakambala. In: Boland,Gudule (red.), Een vakgroep om te onthouden , pp.87-89. Bundel over de vakgroepSocialeGeografie vanOntwikkelingsgebieden, metbijdragen van (oud)studenten en (oud)medewerkers ter gelegenheid van de reunieop 14 december 1996, Nijmegen:SGO [8] 
      • Dietz, Ton(1994). Agricultural Trends and Prospects in the South and their Relevance for the Peasantry Debate. In: G. Custers & P. Stunnenberg (eds.), Incorporation and Integration inDeveloping Countries , pp.47-64 . Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change 17.Saarbrucken: LIT Verlag. [7] 
      • Dietz, Ton (1994). One Generation after Jan Hinderink's African Maiden Speech. In: A.Harts-Broekhuis & O. Verkoren(eds.), NoEasyWay Out; essays in honour of Prof. Jan Hinderink. Amsterdam/Utrecht: Netherlands Geographical Studies 186. [6] 
      • Dietz, Ton (1993).Afrikaanse akkerbouwtrends,  Geografie, 2 (6): 6-26. [5] 
      • Dietz, Ton (1990).Development-oriented Geography: examining the interface between nature'scapacityand humanlivelihood strategies. IMWOO-bulletin 17 (4): 13-16. [4] 
      • Dietz, T.& P. Jungerius (1988). Integrated rural development geography. In: Wijngaarden-Bakker, L.H. & J.J.M. van der Meer (eds.),  Spatial sciences, research in progress , pp.41-52. Amsterdam: KNAG/UvA, NetherlandsGeographicalStudies 80.[3] 
      • Dietz,Ton (1987). Geografisch determinisme in vermomming?Over agrarische landevaluatie, bevolkingsdraagvlak en geintegreerderurale ontwikkelingsgeografie. In: H.v.d. Wusten (red.), Postmoderne aardrijkskunde; desociografische traditie voortgezet , pp.89-102. Muiderberg: Coutinho. [2] 
      • Dietz, Ton& Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Book review: Richard Peet (ed):  'Anintroduction tomarxisttheories of underdevelopment', Canberra, 1980. TESG, 73 (5): 308-310. [1] 


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      4. POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY /POLITICAL ECOLOGY

      4.1. General  
      Kurian, M., V. Ratna Reddy, T. Dietz & D. Brdjanovic, 2012, wastewater reuse for peri-urban agriculture: a viable option for adaptive water management? Sustainability Science (Springer) online: July 2012; DOI 10. 1007/s 11625-012-0178-0 [32]
      Norder, Sietze, Kenneth Rijsdijk, Ton Dietz & Soonil Rughooputh (2012), Mauritius. Ruimtegebrek en suikerriet. Geografie, febr. 2012, pp. 25-27 [29+30+31].
      Mercy Derkyi, Mirjam A.F. Ros-Tonen, Ton Dietz and Boateng Kyereh (2012), Interactive forest governance for conflict management in Ghana. ETFRN News (European Tropical Forest Research Network. Volume 53, April 2012: 19-28 [28].  
        Dietz T, 2011, lecture 'Land Acquisitions and Development' for the Launch Workshop of the Research Programmes of the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 'Transnational Land Acquisitions in Africa and Southeast Asia'. Amsterdam September 16, 2011. [27]


      • Dietz, T & M. Ros-Tonen (2010), keynote lecturefor 10-year anniversarymeeting Tropenbos Ghana, in Kumasi,on July 7, 2010. Forests, people and livelihoods.[26]
      • Dietz, T. (2009), De vloek van deovervloed...of de uitdaging van het tekort. Geografie Jrg 18 nr7, September 2009, pp. 14-16 [25]
      • Dietz, T. (2009). Opening speech at the MARE conference 'People and the Sea V, Living with Uncertainty and Adapting to Change', 09-07-2009 [24]
      • Serna Martin, A. &T. Dietz (2008). Local involvement in CDM biogas projects: Argentine experiences. Joint implementation quarterly , 14: 10-11. [22]
      • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink(red.) (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichtenvan milieugeografen en -planologen. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel, 400 pp. [21]
      • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu! In:Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz& Maarten Wolsink (red.), Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichten van milieugeografen en-planologen, pp.9-16. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel.  [20]
      • Bram Büscher & Ton Dietz (2005). Conjunctions of Governance. The State and the Conservation-development Nexusin Southern Africa. The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 4 (2): 1-15. [19]
      • Dietz, Ton (2005). Natural resources and conflicts: theoretical flaws and empirical evidencefrom Northern Kenya. Keynotelecture with AdanoWario Roba and KarenWitsenburg(presented by Adano), for Moi University First Annual Conference, 16 February. Eldoret (unpublished) [18]
      • Dietz, Ton, Natascha Bakker &MaartenWolsink(2005). (co-)organisation of Milieugeografie en planologie werkconferentie.Amsterdam (Artis),15 October. [17]
      • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Land use and tenure: entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita Taveta,Kenya. Nairobi:Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper[16]
      • Dietz, Ton (2001). Politieke milieugeografieen -planologie:Amsterdamse vorderingen. In: Groenendijk, Jan & Leo deKlerk (red.), Milieugeografie en -planologie voor behoedzamen, pp. 19-31. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel. [15]
      • Dietz, Ton( 2000). Book review: Mohamed Salih (ed.) Environmental Politics and Liberationin Contemporary Africa.  TESG,  91 (3): 322-323. [14]
      • Berg, J.C.J.M., H. Wessel, T. Dietz, I. de Vries & H. de Boois,(2000). Background to the themes of Focus 4: Socio-economic Dimensions of Changing Coastal Systems: Approaches to IntegratedResearch. The Hague: NWO. [13]
      • Dietz, Ton (2000) Poverty and Land Degradation. Paper for tyhe AIID conference World Poverty, aChallenge for theprivate Sector. Amsterdam October 3 and 4 2000 [23]
      • Dietz, Ton (1999). Pengakuan HakAtas Sumberdaya Alam; Kontur Geografi Lingkungan Politik.Jakarta: Remdec Swaprakarsa, pp. 115. [12]
      • Dekker, Marleen & Ton Dietz (1999). NGOs and EnvironmentalDilemmas in Zimbabwe. In: Venema B. & H.v.d.Breemer (eds.), TowardsNegotiated Co-management ofNatural Resources in Africa, pp. 135-164. Münsteretc: LIT Verlag. [11]
      • Dietz, Ton (1999).Political EnvironmentalGeography of the Tropics. Development, TheJournal of the Society for International Development, 42 (2): 13-19. [10]
      • Dietz, Ton & Mariecke van der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw inontwikkelingslanden: tussen theorie en praktijk. DerdeWereld, 16 (4): 424-428. [9]
      • Dietz, Ton & Marieckevan der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw in ontwikkelingslanden; tussen theorie en toepassing. In: Glas, Mariecke, van der(red.), Duurzamelandbouw in ontwikkelingslanden tussen theorieen toepassing, pp. 1-12. Utrecht/Zeist: CERES/ICCO. [8]
      • Dekker, Marleen &Ton Dietz (1997). NGOs and Environmental Dilemmas in Zimbabwe. Paper for the conference onThe implementation of environmental policies in Africa, Free University ofAmsterdam, 17-18 April. [7]
      • Dietz,Ton(1997). Machtsverhoudingenbij milieuvraagstukken in de tropen. Athenaeum Illustre, 11: 26-31.[6]
      • Hoorweg, Jan & Ton Dietz (1997). Introduction.In: Hoorweg, Jan (ed.), Environmental Management, Research and Training in Coast Province, Kenya , pp. 1-5. Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies; Coastal Ecology Series,1/ Nairobi: ACTS Press. [5]
      • Dietz,T. & C.O. Okidi(1997). The GenesisofEnvironmental Impact Assessment: EIA Practices in the Netherlands and Applicabilityin Developing Countries. In: MwakioP. Tole (ed.), Environmental Impact Assessment in Kenya: Theory and Practice, pp. 13-18.Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies/Nairobi: Academy Science Publishers. [4]
      • Dietz, Ton (1996). Entitlements to Natural Resources, Contours of Political Environmental Geography. InauguralLecture Amsterdam,28 June. Utrecht: International Books, 80 pp.  [3]
      • Hoorweg,Jan, TonDietz &MUSES (1996). Co-organization of conference about Environmental Management, Researchand Training in Coast Province, Kenya. Mombasa: MUSES, 7-15 August. [2]
      • Dietz, Ton (1992). Stedelijke Milieuproblemen in Ontwikkelingslanden. Een verkenning van kennisen Nederlandse expertise . Leeronderzoek rapport. Amsterdam: ISG.  [1]

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      ICCD


      4.2. The impact of climate change on drylands and elsewhere

      • Adano, Wario R. , Ton Dietz, Karen Witsenburg and Fred Zaal (2012), Climate Change, Violent Conflict and Local Institutions in Kenya's drylands. Jorunal of Peace Research Special Issue (editor Nils Petter Gleditsch); Jan. 2012 (49/1), pp. 65-80 [42]
      • DietzTon, keynote lecture at the NASAC/KNAW conference on climate change and food security, Nairobi Hilton Hotel, February 23, 2011 [41]
        • Dietz, Ton, keynote lecture at the 7th Knowledge for Development Conference Utrecht, about climate change (Nov, 5, 2010) [40]
          • Dietz, Ton (2010) Klimaatoorlogen? Geografie Jrg 19, nr 1, januari 2010, pp. 20-21 [39]
          • Interview met Ton Dietz op de website van het NWO programma Duurzame Aarde n.a.v. dePolicy Day van de Conferentie: People and the Sea, in juli2009 [38] 
          • Dietz, Ton (2009). Ecospace, humanspace and climate change. Chapter 3of: Salih, M.A. Mohamed: ClimateChange and Sustainable Development. NewChallenges for Poverty Reduction, Cheltenham (UK)/Northamption (MA, USA): EdwardElgar, pp. 47-58 [37]
          • Dietz, A.J. (2006). Adaptation to Climate Change in the Drylands of West Africa; and World Poverty. Sections4.2 and5.2. In: Wonink, S.J., M.T.J. Kok, & H.B.M. Hilderink (eds.), Vulnerability and HumanWell-being, pp. 19-21,and pp. 29-31.Report ofa Workshop in preparationofGEO-4. Report 500019003/2005. Bilthoven: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency(MNP).[31]
          • Dietz, Ton (2005). Impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. Paper presented atthe Cemede/RIVMworkshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation, Nicoya, Costa Rica, 31 January (unpublished). [30 and 35]
          • Dietz, Ton(2005). Poverty research. Paper presented at the Cemede/RIVM workshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation,Nicoya, Costa Rica, 1 February (unpublished). [29]
          • Dietz, Ton (2005). Consequences of climate change for Agricultural R&D in ACP countries. Web-dossier; lead article for the observatory on the ACP/EU Science and Tecnology Policy Dialogue.Wageningen: CTA Knowledge for development. [28]
          • Dietz, A.J., R. Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.) (2004).  The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, pp. 465 + xviii. [27 and 36]
          • Dietz, Ton, &Jan Verhagen (2004). The ICCD Research. In: A.J.Dietz,R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp.3-17. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and PolicySeries 39,Chapter 1. [26]
          • Dietz, Ton& Els Veldhuizen (2004). The World's Drylands: a Classification. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, witha Focus on West Africa,  pp. 19-26 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environmentand Policy Series 39, Chapter 2. [25]
          • Zaal, Fred, Johan Brons, Ton Dietz, Kees van der Geest & Edward Ofori-Sarpong(2004).Sahelian Livelihoods on the Rebound. In:  A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Changeon Drylands, with aFocusonWestAfrica, pp.61-77 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 7. [24]
          • Dietz, Ton&Els Veldhuizen(2004).Population Dynamics. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen(eds.), The Impact of Climate Changeon Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa, pp.79-82.Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 8. [23]
          • Geest, Kees vander & Ton Dietz (2004). A Literature Survey aboutRisk and vulnerability in Drylands, with a focus on the Sahel. In: A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a FocusonWest Africa,   pp. 117-146. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicy Series 39, Chapter 11. [22]
          • Dietz, Ton,David Millar, Saa Dittoh, Francis Obeng & Edward Ofori-Sarpong (2004). Climate and Livelihood Change inNorth East Ghana. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 149-172. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 12. [21]
          • Dietz, Ton (2004). Climate Deterioration and Regional Specificity. Regionally differentiated portfolios of options for Drylands. In:  A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 323-339.  Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series39, Chapter 19. [20]
          • Dietz,Ton, Ruerd Ruben, Jan Verhagen, Saa Dittoh, Mama Konaté, David Millar, Edward Ofori-Sarpong, Hassane Saley & Ndiayé Cheikh Sylla (2004). Climate Change Preparedness in West Africa. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of ClimateChange onDrylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 403-408. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicySeries 39, Chapter 24.  [19]
          • Verhagen, A, T. Dietz,R. Ruben, H.vanDijk,A.deJong, F.Zaal, M. de Bruijn & H.van Keulen (2003). ClimateChangeand foodsecurity in the drylandsof West Africa. In: A.J. Dolman, A.Verhagen& C.A.Rovers (eds.), Global Environmental Change and Land Use, pp.167-186. Dordrecht/Boston/ London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [18]
          • Dietz, Ton, Jan Verhagen & Ruerd Ruben (eds.) (2001). The Impact of ClimateChange inDrylands,with a focus onWest Africa. Final Report forNationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Klimaatverandering-NOP.Wageningen/Amsterdam/ Utrecht/Leiden/Bilthoven: DLV/CERES/RIVM, 130 pp. [17 & 33& 34]
          • Dietz, Ton (2001). Food security and human security insemi-arid regions: the impact of climate change on drylands, with a focus on West Africa . In: Netherlands HDP Committee (ed.), Kaleidoscopic View on Social Scientific Global Change Researchinthe Netherlands . Amsterdam: RoyalNetherlands Academy of Arts andSciences, pp.94-98. [16]
          • Dietz, T.& A. Verhagen (2001). Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands.Climate variability, livelihoodstrategies and policy options.  Change, Research and Policy Newsletter on Global Change from theNetherlands,  58: 1-3.[15]
          • Dietz, Ton & D.L. Renkema (2000). Gevolgen van klimaatverandering voor ontwikkelingslanden. In: K.J.J. Obdeijn, M.T.J. Kok &W. Verweij (red.),  Verslag Nationaal Symposium Klimaatverandering 31 maart 2000 Doorwerth, pp.21-25.Bilthoven: ProgrammaBureau NOP-MLK. Rapport 410-200-047 [14]
          • Dietz, Ton (2000). The impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. In: Commission on Climatology. Proceedings of InternationalSymposium on Climate Change and Variability, and their Impacts. Special lecture on 11 Augustat the 29thInternationalGeographical Congress, Seoul, Konkuk University, 9-13August, pp. 143-151. [13]
          • Dietz, Ton &Marcel Put (1999). Climate change indryland West Africa andthe resultant responses of the localpopulation, theirinstitutions, and organizations . Proceedings of the seminar:Acts of Man andNature:Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, Bergen,22-24 October 1998. Wageningen: CERES, pp.1-24. [12]
          • Dietz,Ton & Jan Verhagen(1999). The impact of climate change on drylands; the case of West Africa. Proceedings of the First NOP symposium on Climate Change, Garderen 29-30 October 1998. Bilthoven: RIVM.[11]
          • Dietz, Ton, David Millar et al. (1999). Coping with Climate Change in Dryland Ghana:the Case of Bolgatanga . Amsterdam/Tamale: NRP-ICCDreport, 87 pp. [10]
          • Verhagen, Jan &Ton Dietz (1999). Theimpact of climate change on drylands and the portfolio of options: the case of West Africa. Paper for the workshopon the Impact ofClimate Change in Burkina Faso and Mali,Bamako: ICCD:NRP-NOP, January 1999 [9]
          • Millar, David & Ton Dietz(1999). Organizationof the second workshop about the Impact of Climate Change in West Africa, Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD:NRP-NOP, April1999 [8]
          • Dietz,Ton (1999). Organization of ICCD workshop about urban change and climate change in WestAfrica, Amsterdam: ICCD: NRP-NOP, 29June. [7]
          • Dietz, Ton, &Marcel Put (1998). Climate change indryland WestAfrica and the resultantresponses of the local population,theirinstitutions, and organizations. Paper for the seminar: Actsof Man and Nature: Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, held in Bergen, CERES Working programme 1, 22-24 October1998.[6]
          • Dietz, Ton & Jan Verhagen (1998). Impact of climate changeon drylands; the case of West Africa. Paper for the NOP symposium, Garderen29-30 October1998.[5]
          • Dietz, A.J.& J.J.R.Groot (1998). Impact ofClimateChange on Water Availability, Agriculture and FoodSecurity in Semi-Arid Regions,with Special Focus on WestAfrica. In: Geijn, S.C. vande & P.J. Kuikman(eds.),  Bookof Abstracts, InternationalWorkshop on Prospects for Co-ordinated Activities in Core Projectsof GCTE,BAHC and LUCC, 16-19 November 1997,Wageningen: DLO/WAU, pp. 80-81. [4]
          • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1998). Impact of ClimateChange on Drylands, withaFocus on West Africa . Report of Phase I,  Reports ICCD, Identification. Wageningen:CERES/DLO/WAU/RIVM. [3]
          • Millar, David & Ton Dietz (1998). Organization ofthe first workshop about theImpact of Climate Change in West Africa, Ghana Research: Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD: NRP-NOP,June 1998. [2]
          • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1997). L'Impact de la modification climatiquesur la disponibilitéeneau,sur l'agriculture et sur la sécurité alimentaire dans les zonesarides. Etude ciblée sur l'Afrique occidentale. Rapport préliminaire de la première phase: L'Identification. Amsterdam/Wageningen/Utrecht: Université d'Amsterdam/DLV/CERES, 10 pp. [1]

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      4.3. Watershed management and heterogeneity in Northern India

      • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2007). Hydro-logic. Poverty, heterogeneity and cooperationon the commons . Delhi: Macmillan India, 221 pp.[9]
      • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2005). How Pro-poor are Participatory Watershed Management Projects? An Indiancase study. IWMI Research Report 92. Colombo (Sri Lanka): International WaterManagement Institute (IWMI),25 pp.[8]
      • Kurian, Mathew,TonDietz& K.S. Murali (2005).Rule Compliance in Participatory Watershed Management: Is it a Sufficient Guarantee of SustainableLivelihoods? Conservation and Society, 3 (1): 43-71. [7]
      • Kurian, Mathew, TonDietz & K.S. Murali (2004). Public-private partnerships inwatershed management-evidencefrom the Himalayan foothills . Water Policy , 6(2):131-152.[6]
      • Kurian, Mathew &Ton Dietz (2004). Irrigation and collective action: a study in method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. Natural Resources Forum , 28 (1): 34-49. [5and 10]
      • Kurian, M. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Irrigation and collective action: a studyin method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. ISS Working Papers General Series 374. The Hague: ISS, 32 pp. [4]
      • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Rule compliancein participatorywatershedmanagement. Is ita sufficient guaranteeofsustainable rural livelihoods? Proceedings of theInternational Commission on Irrigation and drainage, Regional Workshop inTaipei,Taiwan, 10-12 November,and Proceedings of the GlobalWater Partnership,Regional Workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 17-21 November. [3]
      • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Scalingup participatory watershed management. Evidence from Himalayan Foothills. Economic and Political Weekly,  38(50): 5285-5293. [2] and[11]
      • Kurian M., A.J. Dietz & K.S.Murali (2002). Public Private Partnerships in Watershed Management- Evidence fromthe Himalayan Foothills. Rome: WCA infoNET, 42 pp.  [1]


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      4.4. Energy and poverty

      • Dietz, Ton (2004). Energy and environment. Paper presented at the Ceres Summerschool, Nijmegen, 29 June. [5]
      • Snel, Maaike, Michael Baumeister, Ton Dietz, Koen Kusters, Hiddo Pronk,Wilfried Rijssenbeek & Jaap de Winter (2002). Access to energy services for therural poor. Utrecht: KNAG, Geographical Studies of Development and Resource Use, 3, 30 pp. [3 and 4]
      • Dietz, Ton, Scopas Dima & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1994). You Don't Learn by Dodging! Recommendations for measuringthe impact of the second phase of theKenya Woodfuel and Agroforestry Programmein Kenya. Report for ETC-Kenya. Eldoret: MUSES, 81 pp. + app.[2]
      • Dietz, T, L.de Haan, P. Druyven, et al.(1988). Een brandende kwestie. Brandhoutschaarste in de Derde Wereld.  Verslag Leeronderzoek Doktoraalstudenten Sociale Geografie van Ontwikkelingslanden, 1987. Amsterdam: ISG, 92pp. [1]


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      4.5. Tropical Forests

      • Kusters, K., M. RuizPérez, H. de Foresta, T. Dietz, M. Ros-Tonen, B. Belcher, P.Mnalu, A. Nawir & E. Wollenberg (2008). Will agroforests vanish? The caseof Damar agroforests in Indonesia. Human Ecology,  36 (3): 357-370.[6]
      • Njogu, James G. & Ton Dietz (2006) Land use and tenureentitlement rights for community-based wildlife andforest conservation in Taita Taveta, Kenya. University of Nairobi Institute for Development Studies Working Paper Nr 542 [9]
      • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam &Ton Dietz (2006) Africanforests between nature and livelihood resources. Balancing between conservation and development needs. Guest lecture Mirjam Ros atRhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, January 2006 [8]  
      • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F., & Ton Dietz (eds.)  (2005). African Forests Between NatureandLivelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and Forest Management.  Lampeter (Wales):The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81, 429 pp.[5]
      • Ros-Tonen,Mirjam A.F., Ton Dietz & Fred Zaal (2005). Reconciling conservation goals and livelihood needs: New forest managementperspectives inthe 21 st century. In: M.A.F.Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African ForestsBetween Nature and Livelihood Resources. InterdisciplinaryStudies in Conservation and Forest Management , pp.3-29 .  Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81. [4] 
      • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F,Ton Dietz, Wario Roba Adano & James Gichiah Njogu (2005). Sustainable forests and livelihoods: Romantic illusionor environmentaland social necessity? In:M.A.F. Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African Forests Between Nature and Livelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and ForestManagement, pp. 393-419. Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studiesseries 81. [3]
      • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003)Land use and tenure. Entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita TavetaKenya.Working Paper Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi. [7]
      • Kusters, Koen, Ton Dietz, Mirjam A.F.Ros-Tonen & Gerhard M.van denTop (2001). The potential contribution of non-timber forestproduct extraction to tropical forest conservation and development: lessons from acase study of bambooutilisation in a Sierra Madre community, the Philippines. Journal ofBamboo and Rattan, 1(1): 77-94. [2]
      • Cockerell, Mike, Dietz, Ton, & Wieger Schaap (1996). External Evaluation of the Tropenbos Foundation 1993-1996. Report for the Interdepartmental Consultative Group/DGIS section Environment, 80 pp. [1]


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      5. CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT


      5.1.Capacity building: a.o. strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

      • Interviewwith Ton Dietz by GerbenHoetink (2008). Kijken waar we staan. Conferentie brengt wetenschappers,beleidsmakers en uitvoerders van ontwikkelingswerk samen. Transfer , 15(5): 12-14. [29]
      • Interview with Ton Dietz by Evert-Jan Quak(2007). Harde conclusies over vraagsturing.  Transfer, 15 (1): 32-34. [27]
      • Dietz, Ton (2005) PIE Workshop May 2005: experiences with capacity development. Project: Moi University School of Environmental Studies [30]
      • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2004). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya MHO/MUSES (Final) report of Phase I, I*, II &III 01.01.1991-29.02.2004. Report to NUFFIC/MHO. Eldoret: MU School of EnvironmentalStudies, 44 pp. [26]
      • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2003). Strengthening theSchoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002 II.  Progress Report 23, fortheperiod July-December 2002,to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [25]
      • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies MoiUniversity, Kenya. MHO Application for Phase III 1999-2002. To NUFFIC-MHO [section aboutsustainability: 29]
      • Yabann, Wilson& Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening theSchool of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002I . Progress Report 22, for the period January-June 2002, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [24]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2002). Strengthening theSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 II . Progress Report 21, forthe periodJuly-December 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO.  Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [23]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 I. Progress Report20, for the period January-June 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES. [22]
      • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann(2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2000 II. Progress Report 19, for the period January-December 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [21]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(2000). St rengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 2000 I. Progress Report 18, for the period January-June, 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [20]
      • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann (2000). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999 II. Progress Report 17, for the period July-December 1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES. [19]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1999). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999I. Progress Report 16, for theperiod January-June1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 53 pp.[18]
      • Dietz, Ton& Wilson Yabann (1999). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 II.  Progress Report 15, forthe period July-December 1998, toNUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 33pp. [17]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 I.   ProgressReport 14, for the period January-June 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES, 40 pp. [16]
      • Dietz, Ton &Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the Schoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 II. Progress Report 13, for the Period July-December 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,  43 pp. [15]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1997). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 I. Progress Report 12, for theperiod January-June 1997, toNUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,45pp.[14]
      • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1997) Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996 II.   Progress Report11,for the periodJuly-December 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 42pp. [13]
      • Dietz, Ton& Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental  Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996I.   Progress Report10, for the period January-June 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 54 pp. [12]
      • Dietz, Ton & Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1995 II.  Progress Report 9, for the Period July-December, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45 pp.[11]
      • Dietz, Ton& Dismas Otieno(1995). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 1995 I.  Progress Report 8, forthe Period January-June 1995, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 43 pp. [10]
      • Dietz, Ton & Dismas Otieno (1995). Strengthening theSchool ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University,Kenya. Report 1994 II. Progress Report 7, for the Period July-December 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45pp. [9]
      • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya, Report 1994 I. Progress Report 6, for the period January-June 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 42 pp. [8]
      • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Phase II 01.01.1994- 31.12.1997. Final Project Document for MHO Programme NUFFIC. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 49 pp. [7]
      • Dietz,Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiU niversity, Kenya. Report1993 II. ProgressReport 5,for the period July-December1993,to DGIS.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36pp. [6]
      • Dietz, Ton &Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1993 I.  Progress Report 4, for the period January-June1993, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 30pp. [5]
      • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 II.  Progress Report 3, forthe period July-December1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36 pp. [4]
      • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1992). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 I. Progress Report 2, for the period January-June 1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 47 pp. [3]
      • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi(1992). Strengthening the SchoolofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Progress Report 1, for the year 1991, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 28 pp. + app. [2]
      • Okidi, Charles & TonDietz (1991). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Programme for inter-institutionalco-operationbetweenSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya & Faculty ofEnvironmental Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Phase I, 1991-1995. Project document,accepted by the Ministry of Development Co-operation, The Hague, The Netherlands. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [1]


      LINKS:

      Strengthening Moi University Eldoret Kenya


      5.2.Reflecting about PhD Supervisionand Research Management

      Wadee, Ahmed A., Moyra Keane, Ton Dietz & Driekie Hay (2010),Effective PhD Supervision, mentorship and coaching. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers. [11]

      • Interview with Ton Dietz by Floor Milikowski (2007). Veldwerk is essentieel (n.a.v. eredoctoraat Moi University). Folia , 61(15): 8-9. [7]
      • Dietz, Ton (2007) CERES Farewell speech at the end of CERES directorship (2002-2007). Utrecht June 2007 [9]
      • Interview with Ton Dietz by Mirjam Ros-Tonen (2007). Building bridges, creatingsynergies. In: Bridging gaps -creating synergies. Visions and opinionson crossing boundaries, pp. 5-12. Utrecht: CERES.Published on the occasionof the departure as director ofCERES on 27 June2007. [6]
      • Dietz, Ton (2007) Het meten van wetenschappelijke kwaliteit. Lezing voor Universiteit van Amsterdam, in discussiemet Loet Leijdesdorf,Amsterdam maart 2007 [10]
      • Interview with Ton Dietz& Ahmed A. Wadee (2006). Life television interview aboutbooklaunch 'Effective PhDSupervision and Mentorship'. Morning Life South Africa , 29 September. [5]  
      • DietzA.J. (Ton), Jonathan D. Jansen & Ahmed A.Wadee (2006). Effective PhD Supervision and Mentorship. A Workbook based on experiences from South Africa and the Netherlands. Pretoria/Amsterdam: Unisa press/Rozenberg Publishers,133 pp. [4]
      • Dietz, Ton & Ahmed A. Wadee (2005). (co-)organisation of SANPAD PhD supervisors workshop. Durban, South Africa, 29 September - 1October. [3]
      • Dietz, Ton(2005). Metenvan onderzoeksprestaties kan heel goed en biedt reflectie. Volkskrant Forum , 22August.  [2]
      • Dietz, T. (2004). (co-)organisation ofthe Supervisor´s Workshop Sanpad RCIConference.Durban, South Africa, 6-8 September. [1]
      • Dietz, T.(2003) Stellingen. Seminar 'Mutual Beneficiaries?" HogerOnderwijs in Nederland en in Ontwikkelingslanden. Platform for International Education (PIE) Utrecht 19 Februari 2003 [8]


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      CERES in danger

      "Ratto di Proserpina" (the rape of Proserpina)

      by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Roma, Galleria Borghese).

      In Roman mythology Proserpina isthe daughterof Jupiter and CERES, goddess of fertility and guardian of the Plebeians

      6. BETWEEN HOBBY AND SCIENCE


      6.1. The cultural geography of postage stamps

      Dietz, Ton (2011) De bij de jubileumtentoonstelling (bijna) vergeten stadsposten van Haarlem. Spaarnepost nr 440, juni 2011, pp. 10-13 [12]

      • Dietz, T.& Dick Foeken (2008). Theiconography of Tunisian postage stamps. In: Mamadouh,Virginie, Steven M.de Jong, Frans Thissen, Joop van der Schee & Michiel van Meeteren (eds.), Dutch windows on the Mediterranean , pp. 25-33. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands,NetherlandsGeographical Studies 376. [9]
      • Boerma, Albert (2008) Stamps identify nationalities (about publication Ton DietzinGeografie 2006). In: PhilatelicExporter. Tne World Stamp Trade Journal.Vol 63, Issue 9, January 2008, pp. 32-33 [10]
      • Dietz, T. (2007). Briefmarken als Ausdruck nationaler Identität. Deutschland und die Niederlande von 1849bis 2005. Philatelie, 59 (365): 44-49. [8]
      • Dietz, T. (2007). Postage Stamps asManifestations of NationalIdentity. Germany and the Netherlands from 1849 to 2005. Geographische Rundschau, International Edition , 3 (2): 14-19.[7]
      • Dietz, T. (2007). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit: Duitsland en Nederland van 1849 tot 2005. Deutsche post. Verenigingsblad van de Filatelistenvereniging Duitsland, 20(2):10-19 (overgenomen van artikel in Filatelie). [6]
      • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturenvan de Nederlandse(sport)ziel: een vergelijking van de lokale postdienstene n vande PTT/TPG. Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging , 27 (4): 34-36. [5]
      • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturen van de Duitse en Nederlandse (sport)ziel. Spaarnepost 392&393: 12-14& 13-14. [4]
      • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als identiteitsboodschappers.Een vergelijking van Duitsland en Nederland 1849-2005. Filatelie , 84(9): 596-599. [3]
      • Interview met  Ton Dietz (2006). Nederland-Duitsland: Topper met tanden. Collect, uitgave van TPG Post,  48: 14-15. [2]
      • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit. Duitslanden Nederlandvan 1849 tot 2005. Geografie , 15(1): 12-17.[1]
      Dietz, T (1999). De particuliere post in Marokko tussen 1891 en 1909. In: SPP (Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging) 20e jrg, No. 3, 18 sept. 1999, pp. 13-16 [11].

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      Please send Africanpost stamps

      For anew research & fun project about the dynamics of African identity expressions on post stamps I am looking for illustrations. If you can spare African post stamps (any) please send them to Ton Dietz c/o African Studies Centre P.O.Box 9555 2300RB Leiden, The Netherlands.

      6.2. Other

      • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke vanHaastrecht (2008) Restaurant Guide for Simon'sTown and around (South Africa). [6]
      • Dietz, Ton (2004) Cultural differences. Dutch culture in context. Lecture for IBM, Amsterdam, Febr. 10, 2004 [4]
      • Dietz, Ton (2001) From the NIRP archives.[1]
      • Dietz, Ton (2001) Toespraak totAd de Bruijne bijzijn pensionering als hoogleraar sociale geografie van ontwikkelingslanden, Amsterdam 30 november 2001 [3]
      • Dietz, Ton (2000) Kinshasa, Matonge. In: Geographica 2000 [5]
      • Dietz, Ton (1990) 'Forestof Beers' in: Foeken, Dick & Koos van der Meulen: Eten met Gerrit. een bloemlezing van eet-en drinkervaringen vanNederlandse afrikanisten, samengesteld ter gelegenheidvan het afscheid van Gerrit Grootenhuis als algemeen secretaris van het Afrika-Studiecentrum. Leiden: Afrika-Studiecentrum (1990) [2]


      Trash or treasure?

      For you to decide....


3.5. Growth poles, regional inequality and urban-rural linkages

  • T. Dietz & F. Zaal(2002). The provisioning of African cities,with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I.S.A. &J. Post (eds.), Re-aligning actorsin an urbanizing world: institutions and governance in an international perspective, pp. 263-284. Aldershot: Ashgate.[9]
  • Dietz, Ton& Fred Zaal (2001). The provisioning of African cities, with Ouagadougou as a case study. In: Baud, I., J. Post, L. de Haan & T. Dietz (eds.), Re-aligning Government, Civil Societyand the market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne , pp. 309-328. Amsterdam: AGIDS.[8]
  • Dietz,Ton& Jack Koninx (1984). Regionale ongelijkheid in Kenia en de lokatie van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingsprojecten.  Amsterdam: UvA, SGI, Publikatie 5, 144 pp. [7]
  • Dietz, Ton & Jack Koninx (1983). The Netherlands in Kenya. Development projects in Kenya financed by Dutch development assistance, 1964-1981 .Amsterdam: University UvA,SGI, Publikatie 4, 81pp. [6]
  • Dietz, Ton & Roelandvan Geuns (1982). Regionale ongelijke ontwikkeling in Kenia en Tanzania: Regionale verschillen in transformatie en marktintegratieprocessen,1960-1980.  Politiek en Ruimte, 3 : 93-120. [5]
  • Dietz,Ton, Leo deHaan, Annemieke van Haastrecht et al. (1980). Afrika 1930-1975:de regionale en ruimtelijke gevolgen van veranderingen van kolonialisme naar perifeer kapitalisme.  Verslag doktoraal leeronderzoek 1979/80. Amsterdam: SGI UvA.6 delen, 612pp.[4]
  • Dietz, Ton(1979). De effekten van depenetratie van de kapitalistische produktiewijze op de regionaleongelijkheid in Kenya . Paper voor de Studiedag 'Geografischonderzoek in de afhankelijkheidsproblematiek'. Utrecht: Studiegroep G.A.P./VUGS/Vakgroep SGO, 26 pp.[3]
  • Dietz, Ton &Elly Vose.a. (1979). Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp Kenia. Een onderzoek naar de effecten van de Nederlandse ontwikkelingshulp aan Kenia op de regionale ongelijkheiden opde maatschappelijke ongelijkheid in diverse typen landbouwregio's.  Verslag 3ejaarsleeronderzoek 1977/78.Amsterdam:SGI, UvA, 157 pp.[2]
  • Scheffer, H.R. (Rudolf), A.J. (Ton) Dietz &J.M.(Annemieke) van Haastrecht (1977). Local effects of two large scale industrial projects in theKafue-Mazabuka area in Zambia: the Kafue Estate and Nakambala Sugar Estate. Nijmeegse Geografische Cahiers 8. Nijmegen: GPI, KUN,164 pp. [1]


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3.6. About development-oriented academic geography

  • Dietz, Ton(2005) Whither development geography?Comments on Rob Potter. Utrecht KNAG-SGOdebate Jan. 4,2005[21]
  • Teune, Bastiaan& Ton Dietz(2002). Globalisering geografisch getoetst. Geografie , 11 (8): 18-20. [16]  en [17]
  • Bruijne, Ad de, Ton Dietz &Wim van Spengen (2002). De ontwikkelingsgeografische traditie. Van nuttigeexotica, via ontwikkelingsvraagstukken naar glocalisering. In: Knippenberg, Hans & Marijke van Schendelen (red.), Alles heeft zijn plaats.125 Jaar Geografie en Planologie aan deUniversiteitvan Amsterdam,1877-2002, pp. 191-212. Amsterdam: Aksant. [15 en 19] 
  • Dietz, Ton (2001) Dertien gedachten bij de doorstart vanSGPOin de 21e eeuw. Bijdrage aan de KNAG-SGO discussie over de toekomst vanSG(P)O. Utrecht 10 oktober 2001 [20] 
  • Dietz, Ton (2001). SGO'ers: brave en welkome huisvrienden?. Geografie , 10 (2): 48. [14en18] 
  • I. Baud, T.Dietz, J. Post, L. deHaan (eds.) (2001). Re-aligning Government, Civil Society andthe market. New Challenges in urban and regional development. Essays in honour ofG.A.de Bruijne. Amsterdam: AGIDS, 532pp. [13] 
  • Post, J., I.S.A. Baud, T. Dietz & L.J. de Haan (eds.) (2001), Introduction. In: I. Baud, J.Post, T. Dietz & L. de Haan(eds.), Re-aligning Government,Civil Society and the market. New Challengesin urban and regional development. Essays in honour of G.A. de Bruijne, pp. 1-22. Amsterdam: AGIDS. [12] 
  • Bruijne Ad de,TonDietz & Hebe Verrest (1999). Is SGO Milleniumproof? deel 1: Geografie , 8 (4): 7-10;deel 2: Geografie , 8(5): 38-43. [10, 11] 
  • Dietz, A.J. (1997). Nabeschouwing. In:Dietz, A.J., J.M.G. Kleinpenning, A.L. van Naerssen, M.M.E.M. Rutten & J.G. Smit:SGOin reunie , pp.43-46. Nijmegen: Faculteit der Beleidswetenschappen. [9] 
  • Dietz, Ton & Annemieke van Haastrecht(1996). Mazabuka, Nakambala. In: Boland,Gudule (red.), Een vakgroep om te onthouden , pp.87-89. Bundel over de vakgroepSocialeGeografie vanOntwikkelingsgebieden, metbijdragen van (oud)studenten en (oud)medewerkers ter gelegenheid van de reunieop 14 december 1996, Nijmegen:SGO [8] 
  • Dietz, Ton(1994). Agricultural Trends and Prospects in the South and their Relevance for the Peasantry Debate. In: G. Custers & P. Stunnenberg (eds.), Incorporation and Integration inDeveloping Countries , pp.47-64 . Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change 17.Saarbrucken: LIT Verlag. [7] 
  • Dietz, Ton (1994). One Generation after Jan Hinderink's African Maiden Speech. In: A.Harts-Broekhuis & O. Verkoren(eds.), NoEasyWay Out; essays in honour of Prof. Jan Hinderink. Amsterdam/Utrecht: Netherlands Geographical Studies 186. [6] 
  • Dietz, Ton (1993).Afrikaanse akkerbouwtrends,  Geografie, 2 (6): 6-26. [5] 
  • Dietz, Ton (1990).Development-oriented Geography: examining the interface between nature'scapacityand humanlivelihood strategies. IMWOO-bulletin 17 (4): 13-16. [4] 
  • Dietz, T.& P. Jungerius (1988). Integrated rural development geography. In: Wijngaarden-Bakker, L.H. & J.J.M. van der Meer (eds.),  Spatial sciences, research in progress , pp.41-52. Amsterdam: KNAG/UvA, NetherlandsGeographicalStudies 80.[3] 
  • Dietz,Ton (1987). Geografisch determinisme in vermomming?Over agrarische landevaluatie, bevolkingsdraagvlak en geintegreerderurale ontwikkelingsgeografie. In: H.v.d. Wusten (red.), Postmoderne aardrijkskunde; desociografische traditie voortgezet , pp.89-102. Muiderberg: Coutinho. [2] 
  • Dietz, Ton& Annemieke van Haastrecht (1982). Book review: Richard Peet (ed):  'Anintroduction tomarxisttheories of underdevelopment', Canberra, 1980. TESG, 73 (5): 308-310. [1] 


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4. POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY /POLITICAL ECOLOGY

4.1. General  
Kurian, M., V. Ratna Reddy, T. Dietz & D. Brdjanovic, 2012, wastewater reuse for peri-urban agriculture: a viable option for adaptive water management? Sustainability Science (Springer) online: July 2012; DOI 10. 1007/s 11625-012-0178-0 [32]
Norder, Sietze, Kenneth Rijsdijk, Ton Dietz & Soonil Rughooputh (2012), Mauritius. Ruimtegebrek en suikerriet. Geografie, febr. 2012, pp. 25-27 [29+30+31].
Mercy Derkyi, Mirjam A.F. Ros-Tonen, Ton Dietz and Boateng Kyereh (2012), Interactive forest governance for conflict management in Ghana. ETFRN News (European Tropical Forest Research Network. Volume 53, April 2012: 19-28 [28].  
  Dietz T, 2011, lecture 'Land Acquisitions and Development' for the Launch Workshop of the Research Programmes of the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 'Transnational Land Acquisitions in Africa and Southeast Asia'. Amsterdam September 16, 2011. [27]


  • Dietz, T & M. Ros-Tonen (2010), keynote lecturefor 10-year anniversarymeeting Tropenbos Ghana, in Kumasi,on July 7, 2010. Forests, people and livelihoods.[26]
  • Dietz, T. (2009), De vloek van deovervloed...of de uitdaging van het tekort. Geografie Jrg 18 nr7, September 2009, pp. 14-16 [25]
  • Dietz, T. (2009). Opening speech at the MARE conference 'People and the Sea V, Living with Uncertainty and Adapting to Change', 09-07-2009 [24]
  • Serna Martin, A. &T. Dietz (2008). Local involvement in CDM biogas projects: Argentine experiences. Joint implementation quarterly , 14: 10-11. [22]
  • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink(red.) (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichtenvan milieugeografen en -planologen. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel, 400 pp. [21]
  • Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz & Maarten Wolsink (2007). Ruimte voor Milieu! In:Bakker, Natascha, Ton Dietz& Maarten Wolsink (red.), Ruimte voor Milieu. Inzichten van milieugeografen en-planologen, pp.9-16. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel.  [20]
  • Bram Büscher & Ton Dietz (2005). Conjunctions of Governance. The State and the Conservation-development Nexusin Southern Africa. The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 4 (2): 1-15. [19]
  • Dietz, Ton (2005). Natural resources and conflicts: theoretical flaws and empirical evidencefrom Northern Kenya. Keynotelecture with AdanoWario Roba and KarenWitsenburg(presented by Adano), for Moi University First Annual Conference, 16 February. Eldoret (unpublished) [18]
  • Dietz, Ton, Natascha Bakker &MaartenWolsink(2005). (co-)organisation of Milieugeografie en planologie werkconferentie.Amsterdam (Artis),15 October. [17]
  • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Land use and tenure: entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita Taveta,Kenya. Nairobi:Institute for Development Studies, Working Paper[16]
  • Dietz, Ton (2001). Politieke milieugeografieen -planologie:Amsterdamse vorderingen. In: Groenendijk, Jan & Leo deKlerk (red.), Milieugeografie en -planologie voor behoedzamen, pp. 19-31. Utrecht: Jan van Arkel. [15]
  • Dietz, Ton( 2000). Book review: Mohamed Salih (ed.) Environmental Politics and Liberationin Contemporary Africa.  TESG,  91 (3): 322-323. [14]
  • Berg, J.C.J.M., H. Wessel, T. Dietz, I. de Vries & H. de Boois,(2000). Background to the themes of Focus 4: Socio-economic Dimensions of Changing Coastal Systems: Approaches to IntegratedResearch. The Hague: NWO. [13]
  • Dietz, Ton (2000) Poverty and Land Degradation. Paper for tyhe AIID conference World Poverty, aChallenge for theprivate Sector. Amsterdam October 3 and 4 2000 [23]
  • Dietz, Ton (1999). Pengakuan HakAtas Sumberdaya Alam; Kontur Geografi Lingkungan Politik.Jakarta: Remdec Swaprakarsa, pp. 115. [12]
  • Dekker, Marleen & Ton Dietz (1999). NGOs and EnvironmentalDilemmas in Zimbabwe. In: Venema B. & H.v.d.Breemer (eds.), TowardsNegotiated Co-management ofNatural Resources in Africa, pp. 135-164. Münsteretc: LIT Verlag. [11]
  • Dietz, Ton (1999).Political EnvironmentalGeography of the Tropics. Development, TheJournal of the Society for International Development, 42 (2): 13-19. [10]
  • Dietz, Ton & Mariecke van der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw inontwikkelingslanden: tussen theorie en praktijk. DerdeWereld, 16 (4): 424-428. [9]
  • Dietz, Ton & Marieckevan der Glas (1998). Duurzame landbouw in ontwikkelingslanden; tussen theorie en toepassing. In: Glas, Mariecke, van der(red.), Duurzamelandbouw in ontwikkelingslanden tussen theorieen toepassing, pp. 1-12. Utrecht/Zeist: CERES/ICCO. [8]
  • Dekker, Marleen &Ton Dietz (1997). NGOs and Environmental Dilemmas in Zimbabwe. Paper for the conference onThe implementation of environmental policies in Africa, Free University ofAmsterdam, 17-18 April. [7]
  • Dietz,Ton(1997). Machtsverhoudingenbij milieuvraagstukken in de tropen. Athenaeum Illustre, 11: 26-31.[6]
  • Hoorweg, Jan & Ton Dietz (1997). Introduction.In: Hoorweg, Jan (ed.), Environmental Management, Research and Training in Coast Province, Kenya , pp. 1-5. Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies; Coastal Ecology Series,1/ Nairobi: ACTS Press. [5]
  • Dietz,T. & C.O. Okidi(1997). The GenesisofEnvironmental Impact Assessment: EIA Practices in the Netherlands and Applicabilityin Developing Countries. In: MwakioP. Tole (ed.), Environmental Impact Assessment in Kenya: Theory and Practice, pp. 13-18.Eldoret: Moi UniversitySchool of Environmental Studies/Nairobi: Academy Science Publishers. [4]
  • Dietz, Ton (1996). Entitlements to Natural Resources, Contours of Political Environmental Geography. InauguralLecture Amsterdam,28 June. Utrecht: International Books, 80 pp.  [3]
  • Hoorweg,Jan, TonDietz &MUSES (1996). Co-organization of conference about Environmental Management, Researchand Training in Coast Province, Kenya. Mombasa: MUSES, 7-15 August. [2]
  • Dietz, Ton (1992). Stedelijke Milieuproblemen in Ontwikkelingslanden. Een verkenning van kennisen Nederlandse expertise . Leeronderzoek rapport. Amsterdam: ISG.  [1]

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4.2. The impact of climate change on drylands and elsewhere

  • Adano, Wario R. , Ton Dietz, Karen Witsenburg and Fred Zaal (2012), Climate Change, Violent Conflict and Local Institutions in Kenya's drylands. Jorunal of Peace Research Special Issue (editor Nils Petter Gleditsch); Jan. 2012 (49/1), pp. 65-80 [42]
  • DietzTon, keynote lecture at the NASAC/KNAW conference on climate change and food security, Nairobi Hilton Hotel, February 23, 2011 [41]
    • Dietz, Ton, keynote lecture at the 7th Knowledge for Development Conference Utrecht, about climate change (Nov, 5, 2010) [40]
      • Dietz, Ton (2010) Klimaatoorlogen? Geografie Jrg 19, nr 1, januari 2010, pp. 20-21 [39]
      • Interview met Ton Dietz op de website van het NWO programma Duurzame Aarde n.a.v. dePolicy Day van de Conferentie: People and the Sea, in juli2009 [38] 
      • Dietz, Ton (2009). Ecospace, humanspace and climate change. Chapter 3of: Salih, M.A. Mohamed: ClimateChange and Sustainable Development. NewChallenges for Poverty Reduction, Cheltenham (UK)/Northamption (MA, USA): EdwardElgar, pp. 47-58 [37]
      • Dietz, A.J. (2006). Adaptation to Climate Change in the Drylands of West Africa; and World Poverty. Sections4.2 and5.2. In: Wonink, S.J., M.T.J. Kok, & H.B.M. Hilderink (eds.), Vulnerability and HumanWell-being, pp. 19-21,and pp. 29-31.Report ofa Workshop in preparationofGEO-4. Report 500019003/2005. Bilthoven: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency(MNP).[31]
      • Dietz, Ton (2005). Impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. Paper presented atthe Cemede/RIVMworkshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation, Nicoya, Costa Rica, 31 January (unpublished). [30 and 35]
      • Dietz, Ton(2005). Poverty research. Paper presented at the Cemede/RIVM workshop about vulnerability for GEO-4 preparation,Nicoya, Costa Rica, 1 February (unpublished). [29]
      • Dietz, Ton (2005). Consequences of climate change for Agricultural R&D in ACP countries. Web-dossier; lead article for the observatory on the ACP/EU Science and Tecnology Policy Dialogue.Wageningen: CTA Knowledge for development. [28]
      • Dietz, A.J., R. Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.) (2004).  The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, pp. 465 + xviii. [27 and 36]
      • Dietz, Ton, &Jan Verhagen (2004). The ICCD Research. In: A.J.Dietz,R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp.3-17. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and PolicySeries 39,Chapter 1. [26]
      • Dietz, Ton& Els Veldhuizen (2004). The World's Drylands: a Classification. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, witha Focus on West Africa,  pp. 19-26 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environmentand Policy Series 39, Chapter 2. [25]
      • Zaal, Fred, Johan Brons, Ton Dietz, Kees van der Geest & Edward Ofori-Sarpong(2004).Sahelian Livelihoods on the Rebound. In:  A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Changeon Drylands, with aFocusonWestAfrica, pp.61-77 . Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer AcademicPublishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 7. [24]
      • Dietz, Ton&Els Veldhuizen(2004).Population Dynamics. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen(eds.), The Impact of Climate Changeon Drylands, with aFocus on West Africa, pp.79-82.Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 8. [23]
      • Geest, Kees vander & Ton Dietz (2004). A Literature Survey aboutRisk and vulnerability in Drylands, with a focus on the Sahel. In: A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a FocusonWest Africa,   pp. 117-146. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicy Series 39, Chapter 11. [22]
      • Dietz, Ton,David Millar, Saa Dittoh, Francis Obeng & Edward Ofori-Sarpong (2004). Climate and Livelihood Change inNorth East Ghana. In: A.J. Dietz, R. Ruben& A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of Climate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 149-172. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series 39, Chapter 12. [21]
      • Dietz, Ton (2004). Climate Deterioration and Regional Specificity. Regionally differentiated portfolios of options for Drylands. In:  A.J. Dietz, R.Ruben & A. Verhagen (eds.), The Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 323-339.  Dordrecht/Boston/London: KluwerAcademic Publishers, Environment and Policy Series39, Chapter 19. [20]
      • Dietz,Ton, Ruerd Ruben, Jan Verhagen, Saa Dittoh, Mama Konaté, David Millar, Edward Ofori-Sarpong, Hassane Saley & Ndiayé Cheikh Sylla (2004). Climate Change Preparedness in West Africa. In: A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben & A.Verhagen (eds.), The Impact of ClimateChange onDrylands, with a Focus on West Africa, pp. 403-408. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Environment andPolicySeries 39, Chapter 24.  [19]
      • Verhagen, A, T. Dietz,R. Ruben, H.vanDijk,A.deJong, F.Zaal, M. de Bruijn & H.van Keulen (2003). ClimateChangeand foodsecurity in the drylandsof West Africa. In: A.J. Dolman, A.Verhagen& C.A.Rovers (eds.), Global Environmental Change and Land Use, pp.167-186. Dordrecht/Boston/ London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [18]
      • Dietz, Ton, Jan Verhagen & Ruerd Ruben (eds.) (2001). The Impact of ClimateChange inDrylands,with a focus onWest Africa. Final Report forNationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Klimaatverandering-NOP.Wageningen/Amsterdam/ Utrecht/Leiden/Bilthoven: DLV/CERES/RIVM, 130 pp. [17 & 33& 34]
      • Dietz, Ton (2001). Food security and human security insemi-arid regions: the impact of climate change on drylands, with a focus on West Africa . In: Netherlands HDP Committee (ed.), Kaleidoscopic View on Social Scientific Global Change Researchinthe Netherlands . Amsterdam: RoyalNetherlands Academy of Arts andSciences, pp.94-98. [16]
      • Dietz, T.& A. Verhagen (2001). Impact ofClimate Change on Drylands.Climate variability, livelihoodstrategies and policy options.  Change, Research and Policy Newsletter on Global Change from theNetherlands,  58: 1-3.[15]
      • Dietz, Ton & D.L. Renkema (2000). Gevolgen van klimaatverandering voor ontwikkelingslanden. In: K.J.J. Obdeijn, M.T.J. Kok &W. Verweij (red.),  Verslag Nationaal Symposium Klimaatverandering 31 maart 2000 Doorwerth, pp.21-25.Bilthoven: ProgrammaBureau NOP-MLK. Rapport 410-200-047 [14]
      • Dietz, Ton (2000). The impact of climate change on drylands in West Africa. In: Commission on Climatology. Proceedings of InternationalSymposium on Climate Change and Variability, and their Impacts. Special lecture on 11 Augustat the 29thInternationalGeographical Congress, Seoul, Konkuk University, 9-13August, pp. 143-151. [13]
      • Dietz, Ton &Marcel Put (1999). Climate change indryland West Africa andthe resultant responses of the localpopulation, theirinstitutions, and organizations . Proceedings of the seminar:Acts of Man andNature:Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, Bergen,22-24 October 1998. Wageningen: CERES, pp.1-24. [12]
      • Dietz,Ton & Jan Verhagen(1999). The impact of climate change on drylands; the case of West Africa. Proceedings of the First NOP symposium on Climate Change, Garderen 29-30 October 1998. Bilthoven: RIVM.[11]
      • Dietz, Ton, David Millar et al. (1999). Coping with Climate Change in Dryland Ghana:the Case of Bolgatanga . Amsterdam/Tamale: NRP-ICCDreport, 87 pp. [10]
      • Verhagen, Jan &Ton Dietz (1999). Theimpact of climate change on drylands and the portfolio of options: the case of West Africa. Paper for the workshopon the Impact ofClimate Change in Burkina Faso and Mali,Bamako: ICCD:NRP-NOP, January 1999 [9]
      • Millar, David & Ton Dietz(1999). Organizationof the second workshop about the Impact of Climate Change in West Africa, Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD:NRP-NOP, April1999 [8]
      • Dietz,Ton (1999). Organization of ICCD workshop about urban change and climate change in WestAfrica, Amsterdam: ICCD: NRP-NOP, 29June. [7]
      • Dietz, Ton, &Marcel Put (1998). Climate change indryland WestAfrica and the resultantresponses of the local population,theirinstitutions, and organizations. Paper for the seminar: Actsof Man and Nature: Different constructions of socialand natural resource dynamics, held in Bergen, CERES Working programme 1, 22-24 October1998.[6]
      • Dietz, Ton & Jan Verhagen (1998). Impact of climate changeon drylands; the case of West Africa. Paper for the NOP symposium, Garderen29-30 October1998.[5]
      • Dietz, A.J.& J.J.R.Groot (1998). Impact ofClimateChange on Water Availability, Agriculture and FoodSecurity in Semi-Arid Regions,with Special Focus on WestAfrica. In: Geijn, S.C. vande & P.J. Kuikman(eds.),  Bookof Abstracts, InternationalWorkshop on Prospects for Co-ordinated Activities in Core Projectsof GCTE,BAHC and LUCC, 16-19 November 1997,Wageningen: DLO/WAU, pp. 80-81. [4]
      • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1998). Impact of ClimateChange on Drylands, withaFocus on West Africa . Report of Phase I,  Reports ICCD, Identification. Wageningen:CERES/DLO/WAU/RIVM. [3]
      • Millar, David & Ton Dietz (1998). Organization ofthe first workshop about theImpact of Climate Change in West Africa, Ghana Research: Bolgatanga, north-eastern Ghana, ICCD: NRP-NOP,June 1998. [2]
      • Dietz, Ton & Els Veldhuizen (1997). L'Impact de la modification climatiquesur la disponibilitéeneau,sur l'agriculture et sur la sécurité alimentaire dans les zonesarides. Etude ciblée sur l'Afrique occidentale. Rapport préliminaire de la première phase: L'Identification. Amsterdam/Wageningen/Utrecht: Université d'Amsterdam/DLV/CERES, 10 pp. [1]

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4.3. Watershed management and heterogeneity in Northern India

  • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2007). Hydro-logic. Poverty, heterogeneity and cooperationon the commons . Delhi: Macmillan India, 221 pp.[9]
  • Kurian, Mathew & Ton Dietz (2005). How Pro-poor are Participatory Watershed Management Projects? An Indiancase study. IWMI Research Report 92. Colombo (Sri Lanka): International WaterManagement Institute (IWMI),25 pp.[8]
  • Kurian, Mathew,TonDietz& K.S. Murali (2005).Rule Compliance in Participatory Watershed Management: Is it a Sufficient Guarantee of SustainableLivelihoods? Conservation and Society, 3 (1): 43-71. [7]
  • Kurian, Mathew, TonDietz & K.S. Murali (2004). Public-private partnerships inwatershed management-evidencefrom the Himalayan foothills . Water Policy , 6(2):131-152.[6]
  • Kurian, Mathew &Ton Dietz (2004). Irrigation and collective action: a study in method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. Natural Resources Forum , 28 (1): 34-49. [5and 10]
  • Kurian, M. & A.J. Dietz (2003). Irrigation and collective action: a studyin method with reference to the Shiwalik Hills, Haryana. ISS Working Papers General Series 374. The Hague: ISS, 32 pp. [4]
  • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Rule compliancein participatorywatershedmanagement. Is ita sufficient guaranteeofsustainable rural livelihoods? Proceedings of theInternational Commission on Irrigation and drainage, Regional Workshop inTaipei,Taiwan, 10-12 November,and Proceedings of the GlobalWater Partnership,Regional Workshop on Integrated Water Resources Management in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 17-21 November. [3]
  • Kurian, Mathew, Ton Dietz &K.S. Murali (2003). Scalingup participatory watershed management. Evidence from Himalayan Foothills. Economic and Political Weekly,  38(50): 5285-5293. [2] and[11]
  • Kurian M., A.J. Dietz & K.S.Murali (2002). Public Private Partnerships in Watershed Management- Evidence fromthe Himalayan Foothills. Rome: WCA infoNET, 42 pp.  [1]


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4.4. Energy and poverty

  • Dietz, Ton (2004). Energy and environment. Paper presented at the Ceres Summerschool, Nijmegen, 29 June. [5]
  • Snel, Maaike, Michael Baumeister, Ton Dietz, Koen Kusters, Hiddo Pronk,Wilfried Rijssenbeek & Jaap de Winter (2002). Access to energy services for therural poor. Utrecht: KNAG, Geographical Studies of Development and Resource Use, 3, 30 pp. [3 and 4]
  • Dietz, Ton, Scopas Dima & Annemieke van Haastrecht (1994). You Don't Learn by Dodging! Recommendations for measuringthe impact of the second phase of theKenya Woodfuel and Agroforestry Programmein Kenya. Report for ETC-Kenya. Eldoret: MUSES, 81 pp. + app.[2]
  • Dietz, T, L.de Haan, P. Druyven, et al.(1988). Een brandende kwestie. Brandhoutschaarste in de Derde Wereld.  Verslag Leeronderzoek Doktoraalstudenten Sociale Geografie van Ontwikkelingslanden, 1987. Amsterdam: ISG, 92pp. [1]


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4.5. Tropical Forests

  • Kusters, K., M. RuizPérez, H. de Foresta, T. Dietz, M. Ros-Tonen, B. Belcher, P.Mnalu, A. Nawir & E. Wollenberg (2008). Will agroforests vanish? The caseof Damar agroforests in Indonesia. Human Ecology,  36 (3): 357-370.[6]
  • Njogu, James G. & Ton Dietz (2006) Land use and tenureentitlement rights for community-based wildlife andforest conservation in Taita Taveta, Kenya. University of Nairobi Institute for Development Studies Working Paper Nr 542 [9]
  • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam &Ton Dietz (2006) Africanforests between nature and livelihood resources. Balancing between conservation and development needs. Guest lecture Mirjam Ros atRhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, January 2006 [8]  
  • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F., & Ton Dietz (eds.)  (2005). African Forests Between NatureandLivelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and Forest Management.  Lampeter (Wales):The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81, 429 pp.[5]
  • Ros-Tonen,Mirjam A.F., Ton Dietz & Fred Zaal (2005). Reconciling conservation goals and livelihood needs: New forest managementperspectives inthe 21 st century. In: M.A.F.Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African ForestsBetween Nature and Livelihood Resources. InterdisciplinaryStudies in Conservation and Forest Management , pp.3-29 .  Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studies series 81. [4] 
  • Ros-Tonen, Mirjam A.F,Ton Dietz, Wario Roba Adano & James Gichiah Njogu (2005). Sustainable forests and livelihoods: Romantic illusionor environmentaland social necessity? In:M.A.F. Ros-Tonen and T. Dietz (eds.), African Forests Between Nature and Livelihood Resources. Interdisciplinary Studies in Conservation and ForestManagement, pp. 393-419. Lampeter (Wales): The Edward Mellen Press, African Studiesseries 81. [3]
  • Njogu J.G. & A.J. Dietz (2003)Land use and tenure. Entitlement rights for community-based wildlife and forest conservation in Taita TavetaKenya.Working Paper Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi. [7]
  • Kusters, Koen, Ton Dietz, Mirjam A.F.Ros-Tonen & Gerhard M.van denTop (2001). The potential contribution of non-timber forestproduct extraction to tropical forest conservation and development: lessons from acase study of bambooutilisation in a Sierra Madre community, the Philippines. Journal ofBamboo and Rattan, 1(1): 77-94. [2]
  • Cockerell, Mike, Dietz, Ton, & Wieger Schaap (1996). External Evaluation of the Tropenbos Foundation 1993-1996. Report for the Interdepartmental Consultative Group/DGIS section Environment, 80 pp. [1]


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5. CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

5.1.Capacity building: a.o. strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

  • Interviewwith Ton Dietz by GerbenHoetink (2008). Kijken waar we staan. Conferentie brengt wetenschappers,beleidsmakers en uitvoerders van ontwikkelingswerk samen. Transfer , 15(5): 12-14. [29]
  • Interview with Ton Dietz by Evert-Jan Quak(2007). Harde conclusies over vraagsturing.  Transfer, 15 (1): 32-34. [27]
  • Dietz, Ton (2005) PIE Workshop May 2005: experiences with capacity development. Project: Moi University School of Environmental Studies [30]
  • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2004). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya MHO/MUSES (Final) report of Phase I, I*, II &III 01.01.1991-29.02.2004. Report to NUFFIC/MHO. Eldoret: MU School of EnvironmentalStudies, 44 pp. [26]
  • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2003). Strengthening theSchoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002 II.  Progress Report 23, fortheperiod July-December 2002,to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [25]
  • Yabann, Wilson & Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies MoiUniversity, Kenya. MHO Application for Phase III 1999-2002. To NUFFIC-MHO [section aboutsustainability: 29]
  • Yabann, Wilson& Ton Dietz (2002). Strengthening theSchool of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2002I . Progress Report 22, for the period January-June 2002, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [24]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2002). Strengthening theSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 II . Progress Report 21, forthe periodJuly-December 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO.  Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [23]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2001 I. Progress Report20, for the period January-June 2001, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES. [22]
  • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann(2001). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 2000 II. Progress Report 19, for the period January-December 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [21]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(2000). St rengtheningthe School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 2000 I. Progress Report 18, for the period January-June, 2000, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [20]
  • Dietz,Ton & Wilson Yabann (2000). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999 II. Progress Report 17, for the period July-December 1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES. [19]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1999). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1999I. Progress Report 16, for theperiod January-June1999, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 53 pp.[18]
  • Dietz, Ton& Wilson Yabann (1999). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 II.  Progress Report 15, forthe period July-December 1998, toNUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 33pp. [17]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1998 I.   ProgressReport 14, for the period January-June 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret:UvA/MUSES, 40 pp. [16]
  • Dietz, Ton &Wilson Yabann (1998). Strengthening the Schoolof Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 II. Progress Report 13, for the Period July-December 1997, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,  43 pp. [15]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann(1997). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1997 I. Progress Report 12, for theperiod January-June 1997, toNUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES,45pp.[14]
  • Dietz, Ton & Wilson Yabann (1997) Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996 II.   Progress Report11,for the periodJuly-December 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 42pp. [13]
  • Dietz, Ton& Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengtheningthe School of Environmental  Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1996I.   Progress Report10, for the period January-June 1996, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/ MUSES, 54 pp. [12]
  • Dietz, Ton & Mwakio Tole (1996). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1995 II.  Progress Report 9, for the Period July-December, to NUFFIC/MHO.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45 pp.[11]
  • Dietz, Ton& Dismas Otieno(1995). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiUniversity, Kenya. Report 1995 I.  Progress Report 8, forthe Period January-June 1995, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 43 pp. [10]
  • Dietz, Ton & Dismas Otieno (1995). Strengthening theSchool ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University,Kenya. Report 1994 II. Progress Report 7, for the Period July-December 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 45pp. [9]
  • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya, Report 1994 I. Progress Report 6, for the period January-June 1994, to NUFFIC/MHO. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 42 pp. [8]
  • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School ofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Phase II 01.01.1994- 31.12.1997. Final Project Document for MHO Programme NUFFIC. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 49 pp. [7]
  • Dietz,Ton & Charles Okidi (1994). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, MoiU niversity, Kenya. Report1993 II. ProgressReport 5,for the period July-December1993,to DGIS.Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36pp. [6]
  • Dietz, Ton &Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1993 I.  Progress Report 4, for the period January-June1993, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 30pp. [5]
  • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1993). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 II.  Progress Report 3, forthe period July-December1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 36 pp. [4]
  • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi (1992). Strengthening the School of EnvironmentalStudies,Moi University, Kenya. Report 1992 I. Progress Report 2, for the period January-June 1992, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 47 pp. [3]
  • Dietz, Ton & Charles Okidi(1992). Strengthening the SchoolofEnvironmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Progress Report 1, for the year 1991, to DGIS. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES, 28 pp. + app. [2]
  • Okidi, Charles & TonDietz (1991). Strengthening the School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Programme for inter-institutionalco-operationbetweenSchool of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya & Faculty ofEnvironmental Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Phase I, 1991-1995. Project document,accepted by the Ministry of Development Co-operation, The Hague, The Netherlands. Amsterdam/Eldoret: UvA/MUSES. [1]


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Strengthening Moi University Eldoret Kenya

5.2.Reflecting about PhD Supervisionand Research Management

Wadee, Ahmed A., Moyra Keane, Ton Dietz & Driekie Hay (2010),Effective PhD Supervision, mentorship and coaching. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers. [11]

  • Interview with Ton Dietz by Floor Milikowski (2007). Veldwerk is essentieel (n.a.v. eredoctoraat Moi University). Folia , 61(15): 8-9. [7]
  • Dietz, Ton (2007) CERES Farewell speech at the end of CERES directorship (2002-2007). Utrecht June 2007 [9]
  • Interview with Ton Dietz by Mirjam Ros-Tonen (2007). Building bridges, creatingsynergies. In: Bridging gaps -creating synergies. Visions and opinionson crossing boundaries, pp. 5-12. Utrecht: CERES.Published on the occasionof the departure as director ofCERES on 27 June2007. [6]
  • Dietz, Ton (2007) Het meten van wetenschappelijke kwaliteit. Lezing voor Universiteit van Amsterdam, in discussiemet Loet Leijdesdorf,Amsterdam maart 2007 [10]
  • Interview with Ton Dietz& Ahmed A. Wadee (2006). Life television interview aboutbooklaunch 'Effective PhDSupervision and Mentorship'. Morning Life South Africa , 29 September. [5]  
  • DietzA.J. (Ton), Jonathan D. Jansen & Ahmed A.Wadee (2006). Effective PhD Supervision and Mentorship. A Workbook based on experiences from South Africa and the Netherlands. Pretoria/Amsterdam: Unisa press/Rozenberg Publishers,133 pp. [4]
  • Dietz, Ton & Ahmed A. Wadee (2005). (co-)organisation of SANPAD PhD supervisors workshop. Durban, South Africa, 29 September - 1October. [3]
  • Dietz, Ton(2005). Metenvan onderzoeksprestaties kan heel goed en biedt reflectie. Volkskrant Forum , 22August.  [2]
  • Dietz, T. (2004). (co-)organisation ofthe Supervisor´s Workshop Sanpad RCIConference.Durban, South Africa, 6-8 September. [1]
  • Dietz, T.(2003) Stellingen. Seminar 'Mutual Beneficiaries?" HogerOnderwijs in Nederland en in Ontwikkelingslanden. Platform for International Education (PIE) Utrecht 19 Februari 2003 [8]


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CERES in danger

"Ratto di Proserpina" (the rape of Proserpina)

by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Roma, Galleria Borghese).

In Roman mythology Proserpina isthe daughterof Jupiter and CERES, goddess of fertility and guardian of the Plebeians

6. BETWEEN HOBBY AND SCIENCE

6.1. The cultural geography of postage stamps

Dietz, Ton (2011) De bij de jubileumtentoonstelling (bijna) vergeten stadsposten van Haarlem. Spaarnepost nr 440, juni 2011, pp. 10-13 [12]

  • Dietz, T.& Dick Foeken (2008). Theiconography of Tunisian postage stamps. In: Mamadouh,Virginie, Steven M.de Jong, Frans Thissen, Joop van der Schee & Michiel van Meeteren (eds.), Dutch windows on the Mediterranean , pp. 25-33. Utrecht: KNAG/IGU-Netherlands,NetherlandsGeographical Studies 376. [9]
  • Boerma, Albert (2008) Stamps identify nationalities (about publication Ton DietzinGeografie 2006). In: PhilatelicExporter. Tne World Stamp Trade Journal.Vol 63, Issue 9, January 2008, pp. 32-33 [10]
  • Dietz, T. (2007). Briefmarken als Ausdruck nationaler Identität. Deutschland und die Niederlande von 1849bis 2005. Philatelie, 59 (365): 44-49. [8]
  • Dietz, T. (2007). Postage Stamps asManifestations of NationalIdentity. Germany and the Netherlands from 1849 to 2005. Geographische Rundschau, International Edition , 3 (2): 14-19.[7]
  • Dietz, T. (2007). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit: Duitsland en Nederland van 1849 tot 2005. Deutsche post. Verenigingsblad van de Filatelistenvereniging Duitsland, 20(2):10-19 (overgenomen van artikel in Filatelie). [6]
  • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturenvan de Nederlandse(sport)ziel: een vergelijking van de lokale postdienstene n vande PTT/TPG. Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging , 27 (4): 34-36. [5]
  • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als miniaturen van de Duitse en Nederlandse (sport)ziel. Spaarnepost 392&393: 12-14& 13-14. [4]
  • Dietz,T. (2006). Postzegels als identiteitsboodschappers.Een vergelijking van Duitsland en Nederland 1849-2005. Filatelie , 84(9): 596-599. [3]
  • Interview met  Ton Dietz (2006). Nederland-Duitsland: Topper met tanden. Collect, uitgave van TPG Post,  48: 14-15. [2]
  • Dietz, T. (2006). Postzegels als manifestatie van (veranderende) nationale identiteit. Duitslanden Nederlandvan 1849 tot 2005. Geografie , 15(1): 12-17.[1]
Dietz, T (1999). De particuliere post in Marokko tussen 1891 en 1909. In: SPP (Studiegroep Particuliere Postbezorging) 20e jrg, No. 3, 18 sept. 1999, pp. 13-16 [11].

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Please send Africanpost stamps

For anew research & fun project about the dynamics of African identity expressions on post stamps I am looking for illustrations. If you can spare African post stamps (any) please send them to Ton Dietz c/o African Studies Centre P.O.Box 9555 2300RB Leiden, The Netherlands.

6.2. Other

  • Dietz,Ton & Annemieke vanHaastrecht (2008) Restaurant Guide for Simon'sTown and around (South Africa). [6]
  • Dietz, Ton (2004) Cultural differences. Dutch culture in context. Lecture for IBM, Amsterdam, Febr. 10, 2004 [4]
  • Dietz, Ton (2001) From the NIRP archives.[1]
  • Dietz, Ton (2001) Toespraak totAd de Bruijne bijzijn pensionering als hoogleraar sociale geografie van ontwikkelingslanden, Amsterdam 30 november 2001 [3]
  • Dietz, Ton (2000) Kinshasa, Matonge. In: Geographica 2000 [5]
  • Dietz, Ton (1990) 'Forestof Beers' in: Foeken, Dick & Koos van der Meulen: Eten met Gerrit. een bloemlezing van eet-en drinkervaringen vanNederlandse afrikanisten, samengesteld ter gelegenheidvan het afscheid van Gerrit Grootenhuis als algemeen secretaris van het Afrika-Studiecentrum. Leiden: Afrika-Studiecentrum (1990) [2]

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Contents:

1. PHD SUPERVISION 

  1. Currently graduating
  2. Graduated

2. POSTDOC SUPERVISION

3. MEMBER OF PHD COMMITTEES/PHD CEREMONIES

4. TEACHING

1 PhD SUPERVISION

On-going PhD studies supervised by Ton Dietz (and others)

Sander Muilerman

Workers occupational health in cocoa plantations in Ghana

Maru Shete

The impact of land acquisition in Ethiopia

Anika Altaf

Social policies to include the ultra poor; a comparative analysis of NGO practices in Bangladesh, Benin and Ethiopia. 

Michiel van den Bergh

Migratory Birds threatened by landscape changes in the areas South of the Sahara 

Together with dr Dick Foeken (ASC) and Vogelbescherming Nederland (section of Birdlife International).

Bethuel Kinuthia

Malaysia-Kenya comparison as part of the Tracking Development project.

Together with Prof. Murshed ISS The Hague and Dr Jan-Kees van Donge ASC

Blandina Kilama

Tanzania-Vietnam comparison as part of the Tracking Development project, focusing on cashew nut value chain.

Together with Dr Jan-Kees van Donge ASC

Mirjam Schomaker

Provisional title ofPhD project: The genesis of the bio-energy hype in scientific and policy circles; a study of inter- and transdisciplinarity.

Mirjam Schomaker did her MSc in Physical Geography at the University of Amsterdam (1984), after doing her thesis research in West Pokot, Kenya, as part of the Dutch-Kenyan research team for the ASAL Programme. Later she worked in Indonesia and in Kenya (in and for the United Nations Environmental Programme, where she has been involved in the various GEO books; Global Environmental Outlook). At the end of her career she wants to look back at  experiences with inter- and transdisciplinarity in land-related studies, focusing on the recent bio-energy hype. She started in 2009.

Promotor

Serena Adhiambo Adede Nasong'o

Livelihood and governance in the wetlands area near Lake Victoria in Kenya. PhD started in 2009 and is part of a joined research programmewith IHE-UNESCO in Delft and VIRED in Kenya.

Promotor, together with Dr Fred Zaal

Verina Ingram

 

  • (expected graduation: Amsterdam 2011).
    Theme:  non-timber forest products and livelihoods in Cameroon and Congo. 
    Promotor, with Dr. Mirjam Ros-Tonen.

Samantha Williams

Theme: coastal access and livelihoods in South Africa.

(Expected graduation Cape Town, 2011)

Promotor, together with Dr Merle Sowman

SamanthaWilliams did her BA atthe University of the Western Cape in 2001 and her MA at the same university in 2005. She joined the University of Cape Town as a PhD candidate in 2009, where she works on a research project, funded by SANPAD, about the impact of changing trends in coastal access on local livelihoods. Her research interests are small-scale fisheries, people-environment interactions, sustainable livelihoods and natural resource management.

  • Robert Rombora Simiyu (expected graduation: Amsterdam 2010).
    Theme: gender relations in urban agriculture in Eldoret, Kenya.
    Promotor, with Dr. Dick Foeken <AfricanStudies Centre, Leiden>.
  • Aenne Post (expected graduation: Amsterdam 2010).
    Theme: wetland management near Lake Victoria, Kenya: how to combine hippos with livelihoods.
    Promotor, with Dr. Mirjam Ros-Tonen.


Aenne Post studied human geography atthe University of Amsterdam, and graduated with a price-winning MSc thesis about "hippos, nothing but a nuisance". She worked at the Municipality of Amsterdam before joining AMIDSt for a PhD study about her beloved hippos.

  • Zulaiga Worth (expected graduation: Cape Town 2010).
    Theme: buchu as a mirror of the New South Africa (Cape Province).
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Timm Hoffman  <University of Cape Town>.


1.2. Graduated

Melle Leenstra

Beyond the facade. Instrumentalisation of the Zambian health sector. PhD defense Leiden University 2012.  Promotor, together with Prof dr Leo de Haan (International Institute of Social Studies) and Dr Jan-Bart Gewald (African Studies Centre Leiden).

Mercy Derkyi

Theme: entitlements to tropical rainforest in Ghana. (graduation: Amsterdam 2012).

Promotor, with Dr. Mirjam Ros-Tonen (University of Amsterdam) and Dr Kyereh Boateng (KNUST Kumasi Ghana).

Mercy Derkyi did her Bachelor and Masters atthe Institute of Renewable Natural Resources of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana. Her bachelor thesis was concerned with the evaluation of publicparks for outdoor recreation purposes in Kumasi Metropolis. Her Masters thesis dealt with agroforestry as a sustainable land use system in Ghana,and described the case studies of Atwima and Offinso Districts. Mercy Derkyiis currently involved in the Tropenbos International -GhanaProgramme of which she received a grant for her doctoral research. She has worked as a consultant: building capacity of local communities in forestry andagro forestry extension, research into sustainable community management and assessment oflivelihood support schemes. Furthermore as a director of an enviromental NGO, she promoted and developed community ecotourism.

Kees vander Geest

Theme: impact of migration on land management in sending and receiving areas in Ghana . ( graduation 2011)

Promotor, with Dr. Kees Burger  (Wageningen University) .

Koen Kusters

Non-timber forest product trade: Atrade-off between conservation and development. A global comparison of livelihood and environmental outcomes of NTFP trade systems and a case study of the damar agroforests in Sumatra, Indonesia. (graduation: University of Amsterdam, Sept. 18, 2009).

Promotor, with Dr. Mirjam Ros-Tonen, Dr. Brian Belcher <Royal Roads University, Canada> and Dr. Manuel Ruiz Perez <Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain>.  

Koen Kusters (Ulicoten, 1975) studied Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam. Between 2002 and2006 he worked as researcher at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) in Bogor, Indonesia. For CIFOR he conducted research in Vietnam , India, Lao PDR, China and Indonesia. He also has working experience in Brazil, the Philippines and Tanzania. In January 2009 he finalized his PhDdissertation on the relation between forest product trade, conservation and development. In 2009 hestarted working as freelance research journalist for Wereld in Woorden - Global Research and Reporting.

Marloes Kraan

  • Marloes Kraan (graduation: University of Amsterdam, Sept, 9, 2009).
    Theme: beach seine fisheries as a strategy among Anlo-Ewe fishermen in Ghana.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Leontine Visser <Wageningen University> & Dr. Maarten Bavinck.
  • See her personal website: 

Bram Büscher

Struggles over Consensus, Anti-Politics and Marketing. Neoliberalism and Transfrontier Conservationand Development in Southern Africa. (Amsterdam, Free University/VU, 14 January 2009, Cum Laude.)

Promotor, withProf. dr. Henk Overbeekand Dr. ir. Bernhard Venema <both VU Amsterdam>.

Bram Büscher studied Journalism and Public Relations at the Windesheim College in Zwolle and Political Science at the VUUniversity Amsterdam. He obtained his Mastersdegree in2002 on a study on the institutional history of development cooperation within the European Union integration process. In 2003, Büscher commenced his PhD research withthe Department of Anthropology of the VU University and started working as apart-timeproject officer atthe same university's Centre for International Cooperation. In the latter capacity, he worked on several international projects in Africa and Asia. His PhD research was on the effects of neoliberalism on transfrontier conservation and development areas in Southern Africa. During his field research in Southern Africa from 2005- 2007, Büscher was a research fellow with the Departmentof Political Science of the University of Pretoria, South Africa.Bram Büscher is currently alecturer in Environment and Sustainable Development atthe Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands and a postdoctoral fellow with the Department of Geography, Environmental Management and Energy Studies of the University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

  • Tobias Schmitz (Nijmegen, May 28, 2008).
    Catching the Crocodile: Organisational responses to water scarcity in South Africa'sCrocodile RiverCatchment.
    Promotor,with Prof. dr. Paul Hoebink <Radboud University Nijmegen>.


In a lengthy study Tobias Schmitz presents a historical overview of the way a major South African region coped with its conflicting water demands in ever more water-stressed situations. it features both rural and urban areas and gives a vivid description of post-Apartheid changes in water policies, laws and institutions, in which he had been involved himself as a consultant and activist.

Tobias now works at Both Ends, an environmental NGO and think tank in Amsterdam

  • Joshka Wessels (Amsterdam, May 22,2008).
    To cooperate or not to cooperate...? Collective action for rehabilitation of traditional water tunnel systems (qanats) in Syria.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Tony Allen <SOAS and King's College, London>.


Joshka is a human geographer,development specialistand camerajournalist with over 12 years of experience ininternational development, research, project management andmedia production. Her training is in broadcast tv, visual anthropology and social geography with a specialisation in traditional water resources management in irrigation, water supplyand sanitation sectors focused on the Middle East. In 2008, Joshka has gained a PhD in Development Studies on traditional water management in rural areas of Syria. She studied collective action and social relationsat community level and how people cooperated in traditional water management at two rural settlements in Syria. Main themes were leadership styles, the importance of social history and networks, conflict resolution and hydropolitics.

Currently she is a freelance filmmaker with her own production company called Sapiens Productions. She produces professional environmentaldocumentaries for international channels such as BBC World and Al Jazeera International. Next to that Joshka is a part-time project manager at MUNDO, Centre for Development cooperation at the University of Maastricht. She is also an official associate ofthe IRC, International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Netherlands and CIDT, Centre for International Development and Training of the University of Wolverhampton, UK.

www.youtube.com/joshkawessels

www.linked.in

Mirjam Kabki

Mirjam Kabki (Amsterdam, VU, December 10, 2007).
Transnationalism, local development and social security. The functioning of support networks in rural Ghana.
Promotor, with Prof.dr. Jan Willem Gunning <Free University Amsterdam>and Dr. Valentina Mazzucato.

Mirjam Kabki holds a masters degree from the Centre forInternational Development IssuesNijmegen, Radboud University and did fieldwork in ruralIndia on social aspects regarding fluoride water contamination. In her PhD work she researched how rural Ghanaians - in the Ashanti Region-with ties to Netherlands based migrants, use their social networks in daily life situations and in crisis moments. Thisresearchwas conductedin a team with Lothar Smith- responsible for research in Accra - and Valentina Mazzucato, who focused on Ghanaian migrants in the greater Amsterdam region.

More information on the research, output and the research team can be found on: http://www2.fmg.uva.nl/ghanatransnet

Lothar Smith

Tied to migrants.Transnational influences on he economy of Accra, Ghana.   (Amsterdam, December 7,2007).

Promotor, with Prof. dr. Jan Willem Gunning <Free University Amsterdam>, Dr. Valentina Mazzucato andDr. Rijk van Dijk <African Studies Centre Leiden>.  Lothar Smith spendmuch of his youth abroadin developingcountries such as Zambia and Botswana, which madehim become interested in development cooperation from anearly age. He therefore chose to studyrural development sociology at Wageningen University. Afterhe completed his Master's, hewas given the possibility to work as a social scientist at the Agricultural and Rural Development Research Institute (ARDRI), of theUniversity of FortHare.  His PhD research at was part of a research programme wherein the influence of migrants on local economies via transnational networks wasstudied at three geographical locations in Ghana. Lothar wasresponsible for the research project in Accra. In 2007 Lotharstarted working asa lecturerinhuman geography at the Radboud University, Nijmegen. He is especially interested inresearch issuesconcerning developing countries, notably in relation to global influences. Hence topics such as international migration, transnational influences, globalization and socialand economical changes in rural and urban economies in developing countries have his especial interest. Other topics, more related to the Dutch/European context,include assimilation/integration issues, studies of the role of Diasporas / migrant organizations indevelopment aid.

Susan KipketerChebet

Female circumcision and its consequences onthe well-being of women among the Keiyo communityin Kenya: a socio-cultural approach.  (Eldoret, Moi University, Kenya, October, 2007).

Promotor, with Prof. dr. Joshua A'konga <Moi University Eldoret, Kenya>.

Susan Chebet did her BA at the University of Nairobi (political science) in 1981, her MSc in Manchester(human resource development) and her PhD at Moi University, Eldoret (human ecology). She is Principal Administrative Officer, Moi University, in-chargeofMoi University, Extension and Outreach Services and a part-time lecturer in applied environmental social sciences. She is principal author of the book "Climbing theCliff; a History of the Keiyo" (with Ton Dietz as second author) and author of 'A Curriculum of Tumndo NeLeel: A Coming ofAge Concept'.

Sylvia Breukers

Changinginstitutional landscapes for implementing wind power. A geographical comparison of institutional capacity building: The Netherlands, England andNorth Rhine-Westphalia . (Amsterdam, January 31, 2007).

Promotor, with Dr. Maarten Wolsink.

Sylvia studied International Relations, focusing on Southeast Asia, environmental and development questions. In2001 she started aPhDina somewhat different (geographical) area, investigating thepolitical-institutional conditions for wind power implementation onshore -comparing the Netherlands, North-RhineWestphalia and England (Universityof Amsterdam,2007). At Utrecht University (2006-2008) she did research on the stakeholder dialogue method,incollaborationwith the Free University of Amsterdam. The actual dialogue was about sustainabilityof biomass forenergy generation. At present she works at theEnergy research Center of the Netherlands (ECN), Policy Studiesdepartment,Energy Innovation and Society group. One ofthe projects,Changing Behaviour, aims at supporting changesin energy use andenergy services, by applying social research on technological changetopractical use. The focusisontheinteraction between energy experts and energy users andon how these canlearnto understand each other better. It isan action research project: researchers and practitioners worktogether to develop, test andrefine tools for improved interaction that are sensitive to context, timing and the needs of different users and stakeholders. Partnersinthis project are from Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania and the UK.

  • Samuel Ouma Owuor (Amsterdam,April 26, 2006).
    Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide. Multi-spatial livelihoods in Nakuru Town, Kenya.
    Promotor, with Dr. Dick Foeken <African Studies Centre Leiden> and Prof. dr. R.A. Obudho<University of Nairobi, Kenya>.
Samuel Owuor,aKenyan national, holds an MAdegree in urban geography (University of Nairobi/McGill University, Canada)and a BA Hons degree in geography (University of Nairobi). In 2006 he graduated with a PhD in urban geography at theUniversity of Amsterdam,The Netherlands. His PhD research on "Rural livelihood sourcesfor urban households:A study of Nakuru town, Kenya" demonstrated that urban-rural linkages are notonly important forthe rural households, but are becoming an important element of the livelihood (or survival) strategies of poor urban households.Dr. Owuor is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya, where he teaches urban/human geography, research methods and statistics since 1995. He is also involved in academic research collaborations with the African Studies Centre,Leiden, The Netherlands, the FrenchInstitute of Research in Africa (IFRA, Nairobi), andthe Centre for Urban Research (Nairobi). His research interests include (1) urban development, governance and management; (2) urban poverty, livelihoods and food security; (3) migration and urban-rurallinks; and (4) water reforms andinterventions in urban areas.
  • Francis Obeng (Amsterdam, December 2, 2005).
    Things are hard for us, but we see a way out of them. Impact of climate variability on geographical and occupational mobility and the effect of mobility on social organization in farming communities in North-Eastern Ghana.
    Promotor,with Dr. David Millar<Tamale University for Development Studies,Ghana>.
  • Francis is lecturer at the Tamale University for Development Studies. Currently he is the teamleader in Ghana of the AMIDSt/UDS/EDS research programme on Participatory DevelopmentAssessment.
  • RuthNoorduijn (Amsterdam, May 10,2005).
    The assertion o frights to agro-pastoral land in North Cameroon: a cascade to violence?
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. W. de Groot <Leiden University and Radboud University Nijmegen>.
  • After a career as a veterinary surgeon for livestock, Ruth Noorduyn received her Masters degree in environmental science from Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
    Her PhD-research took place in strong collaboration with theCentreforEnvironmental Sciences, Leiden University, and the Centre d'Etude d'Environnement et Developpement, Dchang University,Cameroon.
    Based on the study ofthree different areas with (apparent) clashes over scarcety of fertile land, Ruth Noorduyn has developed a research model on the relationship between violence and natural resource scarcities. In an iterative proces the three cases and the model were tested against each other. The results were published in the Research Reports series (nr.76/2005) of the African Studies Centre, the Netherlands.
    Since herPhD Ruth has worked 4 years in development assistence on Bonaire, Dutch Antilles, and as ateacherat the CIEE Bonairean research stationfor MarineEcology and Conservation (related to Indiana University). Currently she works as a teamleader at the joint environmental office of 13 local governments inthe Mid-Holland regionof The Netherlands advising on environmentalissues in urban and rural planning.

Adano Wario Roba

 

 

Surviving Pastoral Decline. Pastoral sedentarisation, natural resourcemanagement and livelihood diversification in Marsabit District, Northern Kenya (2 volumes). (Amsterdam, October 21, 2004), cum laude (together with Karen Witsenburg).
Promotor, with Prof. dr. M.A. MohamedSalih <InstituteofSocial Studies, The Hague> and Prof. dr. Charles Perrings<University of York UK>.

Adano received his MSc in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management from the University of York, UK, and his PhD

(

c

um laude

)from the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. His PhD thesis, jointly with Karen Witsenburg, is now published by Edwin MellenPress, Wales, UK. Adanois recipient of the Lustrum Publication award (workco-authored with Karen Witsenburg) of theNetherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (WOTRO, 2004), The Netherlands. He has extensive research experience in biodiversity conservation and livestock marketing focusing on dry lands. Adano has research interests in environmental management and conservation, livestock marketing and social institutions, rangeland and development, and resource scarcity and conflicts with main focus on dry lands. He has many years of teaching experience, including lecturer at Moi University's School of EnvironmentalStudies in Eldoret, Kenya, before joining Max Planck Institute in Halle/Saale, Germany, as aResearch Fellow. His current research project is: ' Natural Resource Scarcity and Conflicts among Pastoralists in Northern region of Kenya'(see 'Roba' under 'People'at the site below).

 Seewebsite: http://www.eth.mpg.de/

 

Karen Witsenburg

Surviving Pastoral Decline. Pastoral sedentarisation, natural resource managementandlivelihood diversification in Marsabit District, Northern Kenya (2 volumes). (Amsterdam, October 21, 2004), cum laude (with Adano Wario Roba).
Promotor, with Prof. dr. M.A. Mohamed Salih <Instituteof Social Studies, The Hague>

Karen Witsenburg holds a masters degree from the department of Geography and Planning, University of Amsterdam and did fieldwork in Northern Cameroon on terrace farming in the Mandara Mountains in 1993. In 2004 she received a PhD degree (cum laude) from the same universityforher dissertation "Surviving Pastoral Decline. Pastoral Sedentarisation, Natural Resource Management and Livelihood Diversificationin Marsabit District, NorthernKenya ". This dissertationwaswritten together withDr. Adano Wario, with whom she forms a research team since 1994. She works presently as ar

esearch fellow at the Max Planck Institute,Halle ,Germany , on ethnic violence in Northern Kenya and teaches a graduate course 'perspectives on poverty and development' at the University of Halle-Wittenberg.

  • Marleen Dekker (VU Amsterdam, March 11, 2004).
    Risk, Resettlement and Relations: Social Security in Rural Zimbabwe.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. J.W. Gunning <Free University Amsterdam>.
  • Marleen Dekker was trained as a human geographer at the Universityof Amsterdam and obtained a PhD degree in development economics fromtheVrijeUniversiteit. In her PhD research she studied the impact of land reform on participation in social networks and risk coping strategies in Zimbabwe. Her post-doc research on Ethiopia focused on the role of social networks in copingwithillness and bargaining processes taking place within the household and the wider community. Current work builds on these research projects and explores more generally the role of social networks in access to (insurance) markets and (local) socio-economic development. Her research isinterdisciplinary in nature, combining methods and insights from economics, human geography and sociology (notably social network analysis). She works at the African Studies Centre Leiden.
  • Cindy Horst( Amsterdam, November 6, 2003).
    TransnationalNomads. How Somalis cope with refugee life in the DadaabcampsofKenya.
    Promotor, with Prof.dr. JokeSchrijvers.


Cindy Horst works as a Senior Researcher at theInternational Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO). She was earlier employed as a lecturer on forced migration at the UniversityofAmsterdam and as a moderator for the RefugeeLivelihoods Network, UNHCR. Horstis a social anthropologist with a specialization in Forced Migrationstudies. She has extensivefieldwork experience amongSomalis in Kenya andthewider diaspora. Her main research interests focus on assistancepractices, cultures of migration and interactions between forced migrants and the refugee regime. Her most recent publications include the monograph Transnational Nomads. How SomalisCopewith RefugeeLife in the Dadaab Camps of Kenya (Berghahn Books) an edited volume of the Refugee Survey Quarterlyon refugee livelihoods, peer-reviewed articles in the Journal of Refugee Studies, Afrika Spectrum, and Conflict, Securityand Development andarange of book chapters in edited volumes .

www.prio.no/staff/cindy

James Gichiah Njogu

Community-based conservation inan entitlement perspective. Wildlife and forest biodiversity conservation in Taita, Kenya (Amsterdam, October 21, 2003).

Promotor, with Dr Paul Omondi <Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya>.

James Njogu did his BSc in Forestry and Wildlife Management at Moi University,Eldoret, Kenya (1992), his MPhil at the School of Environmental Studies of the same university (1995; biological sciences) and his PhD at the University of Amsterdam (2003). He wasthe NaturalResources manager of EwasoNgiro South Development Authority (2004-2005) and after that he became Head of the Conventions, Biotechnology and Information Management section of Kenya Wildlife Services.  

  • Hein de Haas (Nijmegen, October 13,2003).
    Migration and Development in Southern Morocco. The Disparate Socio-EconomicImpacts of Out-migration on the Todgha Oasis Valley.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. LeodeHaan <Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen>.

Leon Bijlmakers

Structural adjustment: source ofstructural adversity. Socio-economic stress, health and child nutritional status inZimbabwe (UvA, Amsterdam, July 2,2003).

Promotor, with Prof. dr. Corlien Varkevisser<Royal Tropical Institute and University of Amsterdam>.

LeonBijlmakers was trained as a public health nutritionist (WageningenUniversity, 1983) and gained long-term overseas experience in Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe andVietnam.He has worked for more than 15years as an advisor/international consultant on health systemsresearch and development forvarious governments, I-NGOsand donor agencies in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. His areas of interest include: Policy analyses and health sectorreviews; Health sector governance and sector-wide approaches; Aid effectiveness, harmonisationand alignment withnational priorities and systems; Integrateddistrict health management; Health management information systems; Healthsystemsresearch. Other information: Board memberof theNetherlands Society for Tropical Medicine and InternationalHealth (NVTG);Cofounderand member of the Netherlands Platform for Global Health PolicyandHealth Systems Research. 

  • Ankevan Vuuren (Amsterdam, June 12, 2003).
    Womenstriving for self-reliance. Thediversity offemale-headed households in Tanzaniaand thelivelihood strategies they employ.
    Promotor.
  • Anke vanVuuren studied SocialGeography at the University of Utrecht (1986-1989) and was employed as a Consultant in Environmental Issues at the Engineering and Consultancy Office Grontmij   in De Bilt (1987-1991). She also studied at the University of Wageningen (1990-1991), preparing her PhD thesis. From 1992 until 1996 the fieldwork for her thesis was performed inTabora Region, Tanzania. In 2003 she defended her PhD thesis at theUniversity of Amsterdam.

    This thesis provides a detailed account of livelihood strategies of Nyamwezi female household heads in Ndala, Tabora, documenting the ways and means bywhich female-headedhouseholds manage to not only get by but even flourish. This bucks the view that female-headed households are necessarily marginalized relative to male-headed households. Interestingly, Van Vuuren found a very high incidence of female-headed households in Ndala,42%, rather than the normal 20-33% one comes to expect inrural villagesin many parts of Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Van Vuuren refined the concept of household headship discerning four different forms of female headed-households. Besides the usual divorced, widowed or married women temporarily heading households by virtue of male migration, there wasa relatively new category, the avowedly unmarried single female heads of households. This is a category that has been observed in urban settings for decades, but it has been rare in rural areas where women are generally made to feel that they shouldresidewith a male 'protector' in the form of a father or husband.

    Further her thesischallenges the orthodoxy that female-headed households belong to the 'poorest of the poor' and it tries to find an explanation for the increasing numbersof female-headed households, paying attention to demographic factors, thehistorical and colonial legacy, the economic and legal context and cultural ideology. This thesis reveals that two-thirds of the female-headed households do not belong to the 'poorest of the poor'and that they developed livelihood strategies which enable them to maintain their households at a rather adequate level not much below the average level of households headed by men.

Mathew Kurian

From Project to Process. Participatory watershed management in the Himalayan foothills. (ISS The Hague, March 3, 2003).

Promotor, with Prof. dr. Ashwani Saith<Institute ofSocialStudies, The Hague>. 

Mathew Kurian has twelve years of experience with social analysis of projects, programs and policies in transition and developing countries. His expertise lies in analysis of pro-poor aspectsofwaterresources management andservice provision. Mathewholds a Ph.D. in Development Studiesfrom theInstitute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands. He beganhiscareerworking on donor assisted community forestry and watershedmanagement projectsin theHimalayan foothills. A significant part of his initial experience withcommunity- driven natural resources management was supported by the Robert S.McNamara FellowshipsProgram of theWorldBank, Washington DC.  Oncompleting his doctoral studies Mathew served as a DutchAssociate Expert(Institutions and Policy Studies)at the InternationalWater Management Institute(affiliated to the Consultative Group on InternationalAgriculture Research). In thiscapacity he wasresponsible for undertaking an appraisalof socio-economicconstraints tofarmeradoptionof soil erosion technologies in the Mekong river basin,Laos. Mathew also undertook anassessment of farmer participationinsmall- scale irrigationschemes intheNileriver basin, Ethiopia. Subsequently, Mathew wasengagedbyAsian Development Bank as a staff consultant tocoordinate an updateof social safeguard policies. Mathew served as a SeniorWater andSanitation Specialist at the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) of the World Bank in which capacity he ledprojects onsource sustainabilityofruralwatersupplyschemes and peri-urban wastewater. MathewispresentlySeniorLecturer- Water and Sanitation Management atUNESCO-IHE, Delft, Netherlands where is pursues his researchand teaching interests relating to urbanization, climate changeand watersupply andsanitationservice provision. Mathew's most recent publication is a bookthat analyzes the relationshipbetween poverty, heterogeneity andcooperation and its implications for designof externally supported projects inthe watersector.

  • Josefien Demmer & Han Overman (Amsterdam, November 1,2001).
    Indigenous People. Conserving the Rain Forest? The Effect of Wealth and Markets on the Economic Behaviour of Tawahka Amerindians in Honduras.
  • promotor, with Dr Annelies Zoomers and Dr Mirjam Ros-Tonen


After studying biology at the University of AmsterdamJosefien Demmer and Han Overman decided to join an American research team for a study about the impact of modernisation on Amerindians in Central America and on theirecological habitats. Althoughtheir researchresulted in high-profile co-publications (even in Nature ) they could not graduate there and decided to come back to theNetherlands to do so. Caught between biology and social sciences they found it difficult to find a promotor and finally came to the Geography Department at the University of Amsterdam. They succeeded to finalise their double dissertation, that was published by Tropenbos International (Wageningen). Then they disappeared, first to Gabon (where they became involved in the managment of a national park) and then to ???

Han and Josefien: if you ever read this: your promotorswould appreciatesome feedback!!! or at least twonice photographs...

  • AbdirizakArale Nunow (Amsterdam, December 9, 2000).
    Pastoralists and markets. Livestock commercialization and food security in north-eastern Kenya.
    Promotor, with Prof.JanHoorweg <African StudiesCentre Leiden andWageningen University>.


  • Abdirizak is a Kenyan citizen whohails from a nomadic communityin the arid and semi-aridlandsof Northeastern Kenya. He obtained a B.A. Hons. degree in economics and business studies from Kenyatta university, Kenya (1990), and an M.Phil degree in environmental planning and management from Moi university, Kenya (1994). He joined Moi University schoolof environmental studies (MUSES) in 1995 as a Junior Research Fellow (JRF), and soon after commenced did his PhD program in the Netherlands, where he was enrolled at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) but worked from the African studies Centre (ASC), Leiden - where he was accorded the opportunity to be a visiting Research Fellow. His PhD research was part of a comparative study of pastoralists at different levels of marketparticipation, and involvednorthern and south-western Kenya and the Bedouins in the Negev desert, Israel (as part of, and funded by, the NIRP research programme). He graduated in 2000 in theFaculty of Environmental and Behavioural sciences, UvA.

    Abdirizak served as a commissioner in the Constitution of Kenya Review Commission that was mandated to write a new constitution for Kenya. He currently teaches environmental human ecology at MUSES and he is also the coordinator of Moi University, Northern Kenya Campus, Garissa (a newly formed campus created to serve northern Kenya and its environs). A consultantin pastoralist livelihoodsand dry lands development, Abdirizak has a keen interest insustainable livelihoods in the dry areas and his current research interests include: (1) Combating desertification for sustainable livelihoods in Northeast Kenya;(2) The impact of refugee settlements on the livelihoods of host community in Dadaab, Kenya, and (3) The economic utilization of prosopis sp. in pastoral areas, Kenya.

Fred Zaal

Pastoralism in a Global Age. Livestock Marketing and Pas toral Commercial Activities in Kenya and Burkina Faso. (Amsterdam, November 25, 1998), cum laude.

Promotor, withProf. dr. Leo de Haan.

  • Annette van Andel (Amsterdam, March16, 1998).
    Changing Security. Livelihood in the Mandara Mountains Region in North Cameroon.
    Promotor, withDr. Dick Foeken <African Studies Centre, Leiden>.


Annette vanAndel studied human geography at theUniversity of Amsterdam, doing her master's fieldwork in Zimbabwe. Her PhD research was a collaborative project with the African Studies Centre in Leiden and with the fieldoffice of the (Leiden) Centre for Environmental Studies in Maroua, North Cameroon. After het PhD studies Annettejoined the Netherlands DevelopmentOrganization SNV for which sheworked inBenin, Ghana andin The Hague.

Marcel Put

Innocent Farmers? A ComparativeEvaluation into a Government and an NGO Project Located in Semi-Arid AndhraPradesh (India).  (Amsterdam, January 23, 1998).

Promotor, with Prof. Ad de Bruijne and Dr. Meine-Pieter van Dijk <Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam>.

After completing his PhD, Marcel Put stayed on as aresearch fellowat the AGIDS research institute of the University of Amsterdam. After that he workedas advisor/traineron participative planning and M&E in an IFAD funded programmeinEastBhutan for SNV,as a coordinator quality management fortheILEIA (Institutefor Low External Inputand Sustainable Agriculture)in Amersfoort, and part-time as asenior advisor on qualitymanagement for the ETC in Leusden.From 2006Marcel worksasa lecturer for both Bachelors and Master's students at the LarensteinUniversity for Professional Educationin Wageningen.

Nina Tellegen

Rural enterprises inMalawi: Necessityor opportunity?  (Amsterdam, December 2, 1997).

Promotor, with Prof. Jan Hoorweg <African Studies Cenre, Leiden>.

Nina Tellegen did her Master's in Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam. She worked at theAfrican Studies Centre, where she didresearch onthe food and nutritional status of farmlabourers inTrans Nzoia, Kenyaand actedasa PR/communicationpolicy officer. She was director of Wemos, an developmentorganisationthat aims to strengthen national health systems that contribute to the structuralimprovement of people's health indeveloping countries.In 2007 she became thedirector of Stichting Doen, a foundation that invests in sustainable development, culture, welfare and social cohesion.Besides that,Ninaisalso Vice President ofPartos, the national platform for Dutchcivil society organisations inthe international developmentcooperation sector.

  • Purnendo Kavoori (TheHague, Institute of Social Studies, October11, 1996).
    Rajasthan pastoralism in expansion.
    Promotor, with Prof.Martin Doornbos.
  • Purnendo'sPhD thesis was published in 2000 (by Oxford University press: see website).He works as an Associate Professor at the Institute of Development Studies at Jaipur, India ( www.idsj.org )

Jockey Baker Nyakaana

Kenya's Development Centre Policy: the case of Eldoret.  (Amsterdam,December 18, 1995).

Promotor,with Prof. dr. Ad deBruijne.

Jockey Baker Nyakaana, d id a bachelor's degree in Geography and Economics (1978), and a Master's in Economic Geography(1984), at MakerereUniversity, Uganda(Master's thesis about a Geographical Analysis of Fish Marketing in Uganda). He worked in the Department of Geography, at Moi University (Eldoret) Kenya and currently is Associate Professorat the Department of Geography, Makerere University, Uganda. His research andpublication interests are on Urbanization and Environment, Tourism, Environment and Poverty Reduction.   He is currently   (2009) coordinating the following researchprojects:I) Community based wetland resource utilization for poverty reduction and environment conservation through Ecotourism Development in the Lake Victoria region, II) East African AcademicAlliance for aCurriculum inTourism, III) Pro-Poor Tourism. Research Capacity Building and Knowledge Exchange forEast Africa, and IV) African-European Academic Alliance for Sustainable Tourism Development, Environmental and Sustainability and PovertyReduction.

Basilida Anyona Mutoro

  • PhD Graduation: Utrecht, November 30, 1995.
    Women working wonders. Small-scale farming and the role of women in Vihiga District, Kenya.
  • Promotor, with Prof. Jan Hinderinkand Prof. Henk Luning.


Basilida Mutoro did her Bachelor's in Education and her Master'sin Geography, both in Kenya. She was part of the first group of PhD/ Staff Development candidates in the collaborationbetween Moi University's School of Environmental Studies and the University of Amsterdam, coordinated by Prof. Charles Okidi and (then) Dr Ton Dietz. After her graduation inUtrechtsheworked for three years as a lecturer intheSchool ofEnvironmental Studies at Moi University in Eldoret and she headed thehuman ecology section. She disappeared to Texas USA afterwards.

  • Johan Aad van Dijk (Amsterdam, May 3,1995).
    Taking the waters. Soil and water conservation among settling Beja nomads in Eastern Sudan.
    Co-promotor,with Prof. dr. Ad de Bruijne as promotor.


Education: University of Amsterdam: MA , Human Geography, Physical Geography, Computer Science , 1978 - 1987;PhD 1991-1995
Between 1985-1997: researcher andconsultant in France (Free University Amsterdam, Geology Dept.), Spain (University of Amsterdam,Geography Dept.), the Netherlands(Stichting Natuurmonumenten, New Amsterdam BV, NWO-WOTRO), inSudan (DHV Consultants BV, FordFoundation, Ministry of Agriculture, HVA International Ltd.), and Ireland (University CollegeDublin, EU DGXII).
Since 1997: mainly charged with staff and linemanagement as Management Team,Acting Director and Head in leading academic organisationsintheNetherlands: Delft University ofTechnology (1997-2003)and Institute of Social Studies, ISS (2003-present: Head of Research, Projects, Advisory Services and ISSManagement Team).

Marcel Rutten

Selling wealth to buy poverty. The process ofthe individualizationof landownershipamong the Maasai pastoralists ofKajiado District,Kenya,1890-1990. (Nijmegen, December2, 1992), cum laude.

Co-promotor, with Prof. Jan Kleinpenning as promotor.

Marcel Rutten is a geographer andhead oftheEconomy, Environment and Exploitation research group of the African Studies Centre, Leiden , The Netherlands. He also lectures at the Nijmegen School of Management, Department of Geography, Radboud University . Since theearly 1980s he hasdone longitudinal research on land tenure, water development,and food security in semi-arid Africa . In addition, his interest is directedto (eco)tourism and Kenyan politics.Ongoing researchprojectsare on sustainable waterprojects (i.e. shallow wells); individualization of land ownership; and Kenya 's economic history. He also acted as consultant/guestspeaker for theWorld Resources Institute, Institute for DevelopmentStudies Sussex, United Nations Environmental Programme, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs,World Bank and European Union. Besidescontributing to academia and policy debates a number of his publications havealsoimpacted on African society: in Kenya billboardscarrying the title of his 1992 dissertation havebeen placed  to sensitise the local community on the value of land; apublication on eco-tourism has assisted the creation of KECOBAT, an organization that supports local communities in Kenya in the fieldof eco-tourism, and the 2008Waki Commission that looked into Kenya's post-election violence refersto"Out for the Count".

2. POSTDOC SUPERVISION

Fred Zaal (NWO MAGW; 1998-2002) Climate change in West African drylands & The machakos miracle revisited

see: https://home.medewerker.uva.nl/homepage/overzicht.do?pagina=page3

Fred Zaalhasrecently been appointed by the Royal Tropical Institute, after having worked at the University of Amsterdam as an assistant professor at the Department ofGeography, Planning and International Development. 

Marcel Put (NWO MAGW; 1998-2002) Climate change in WestAfrican drylands

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/7/3a3/346

Marcel Put works at Larenstein Agricultural College.

Eric Bähre (NWO-WOTRO; 2005-2007) The risk society: insurance arrangements and precarious interdependencies in contemporary urban South Africa

 see: http://www.fsw.leidenuniv.nl/ca-os/organisatie/bahre-erik.jsp

Eric Baehre works at the Faculty ofSocial Sciences of Leiden University.

Valentina Mazzucato (NWO-ESR;2002-2007) Transnationalism: the Ghana-Netherlands migration experience.

see: http://www2.fmg.uva.nl/ghanatransnet/team/mazzucato.html

Valentina has recently been appointed professor ofGlobalisationand Development at theUniversity of Maastricht.

see: http://www.unimaas.nl/ReseaRChmaGAzine/DEFauLT.aSP?id=196&thema=6&template=thema.html&taal=nl

MarkBreusers (NWO-WOTRO; 2000-2003) Climate change in West African drylands & development interventions in the Kaya region
see: http://soc.kuleuven.be/arc/staff/markbreusers.htm

Mark Breusers lives and works in Belgium (Catholic University Leuven).

3. MEMBER OF PHD COMMITTEES/PHD CEREMONIES


2012

Arnold Pannenborg  (Tilburg, October 12) Big men playing football. Money, politics and fould play in the African game. Promotor: Wouter van Beek.

Mercy Derkyi  (Amsterdam), Fighting over Forest. Interactive governance of conflicts over forest and tree resources in Ghana's high forest zone. Promotor, together with Dr Mirjam Ros-Tonen (UvA) and Dr Kyereh Boateng (KNUST, Kumasi).

Haman Unusa (Leiden, September 20) The new pastoralism. Absentee owners, new technologies, economic change and natural resource management in the Sahelian region of Far North Cameroon. Promotor: Prof Gerard Persoon (Leiden) and Prof. Han van Dijk (ASC Leiden and Wageningen University).

Mariana S.Cifuentes Montoya (The Hague ISS), Negotiating social policies in Kenya: aid, ethnicity and resource struggles. Promotor: Professor Jim Bjorkman (ISS).

Melle Leenstra ( Leiden), Beyond the facade. Instrumentalisation of the Zambian health sector. Promotor, together with Prof. Leo de Haan (ISS) and Dr Jan-Bart Gewald (ASC Leiden).

Ralf Bodelier  (Tilburg, June 28), Kosmopolitische perspectieven. Reflecties op 'Human Development' en 'Human Security'. Promotor: Prof J. van Dijk (Tilburg)

Ahmad Helmy Fuadi (Amsterdam, April 19) Elites and economic policies in Indonesia and Nigeria, 1966-1998. Promotor: prof. Peter Boom gaard (UvA) and Prof. David Henley (Leiden). 

Un Leang (Amsterdam, April 19) A comparative study of education and development in Cambodia and Uganda from their civil wars to the present. Promotor: Prof. Henk Schulte Nordholt (UvA), Prof. David Henley (Leiden) and Dr Han ten Brummelhuis (UvA).

Emmanuel Maro Nyankweli

(Amsterdam) Foreign direct investment and poverty alleviation in Tanzania. A case of Bulyanhulu and Geita gold mines ltd in Kahama and Geita districts. Promotor: Prof. Isa Baud (UvA) and Dr Fred Zaal (KIT)

Walter Cano Cardona (Utrecht, Febr. 27) Formal institutions, local arrangements and conflicts in Northern Bolivian communities after forest governance reforms (Promotor: Prof Rene Boot and Prof W. de Jong).

Willem Elbers (Nijmegen January 19) The partnership paradox. Principles and practice in North-South NGO relations. Promotor: Prof Ruerd Ruben (Nijmegen) and Prof. Bas Arts (Wageningen). 


2011

Tien Wahyuni (Leiden, November 10), Can traditional forest management protect and conserve ironwood (ulin) stands? Promotor: Prof. Gerard Persoon (Leiden) and Dr Hans de Iongh.

BernaulusSaragih (Leiden, November 10), Economic value of non-timber forest products among Pase indigenous people of East Kalimantan. Promotor: Prof. Gerard Persoon (Leiden) and Dr Hans de Iongh.

Kees van der Geest (Amsterdam, June 21)   The Dagara farmer at home and away. Migration, environment and development in Ghana. Promotor, together with Dr Kees Burger, Wageningen University.

Johan de Smedt (Leiden, May 12) The Nubis of Kibera; a social history of the Nubians and Kibera slums. Promotor: Prof. Robert Ross (Leiden). 

Luis Artur (Wageningen April 12) Continuities in crisis. Everyday practices of disaster response and climate adaptation in Mozambique. Promotor: Prof. Dorothea Hilhorst. 


2010

Samuel Teshale Derbe (Amsterdam, November 4) Laying transoceanic cables on Africa's shores. A neo-Gramscian study. Promotor: Prof. Cees Hamelink and Prof Gerd Junne (UvA).

Margaret Matinga (Twente, September 29) "We grow up with it". An ethnographic study of the experiences, perceptions and responses to the health impacts of energy acquisition and use in rural South Africa. Promotor: Prof. Nico Schulte Nordholt (Twente) and Prof. Sjaak van der Geest (UvA)

Ranjith Wickramasinghe (Amsterdam, July, 7) Livelihoods, institutions and fish resource use: the performance of small-scale marine fisheries in Hambantota District, Sri Lanka. Promotor: Prof. Isa Baud, Dr Maarten Bavinck and Dr O. Amarasinghe.

Anna Laven (Amsterdam, June 29), The risk of inclusion. Shifts in governance processes for cocoa farmers in Ghana. Promotor: Prof. Isa Baud and Prof. Gerd Junne (UvA). 

Jonas Ostergaard Nielsen (Kopenhagen, May 28). Despite the rain. Livingand dealing with climate change in a small West African village. Promotor: Prof. Anette Reenberg


2009

Filmon Hadaro Hanlo (ISS The Hague, Nov. 19), Vulnerable widows and drought relief in Ethiopia (Gidicho community, SW Ethiopia), Promotor: Prof. Mohamed Salih. 

Koen Kusters (Amsterdam, Sept. 18), Non-timber forest product trade. A trade-off between conservation and development. Assessing the outcomes of non-timber forest product trade on livelihoods and the environment, with special emphasis on the damar agroforests in Sumatra, Indonesia. Promotor, with Dr Mirjam Ros-Tonen, Dr. Brian Belcher and Dr Manuel Ruiz Perez.

Marloes Kraan (Amsterdam, Sept. 9), Creating space for fishermen's livelihoods. Anlo-Ewe beach seine fishermen's negotations for livelihood space within multiple governance structures in Ghana. Promotor, with Dr Maarten Bavinck (UvA) and Prof. Leontine Visser (Wageningen).

Dirk-JanKoch  (Nijmegen, Febr. 26, 2009) Aid from International NGOs. Blindspots on the Aid allocation map. Promotor: Prof. dr Ruerd Ruben (CIDIN Nijmegen).

Cathelijne de Busser (Amsterdam, January 20, 2009) Divine Patronage. Places of Pilgrimage as Representations ofTerritorial Identities . Promotors: Prof. dr Hans Knippenberg & Dr Gertjan Dijkink; member of Manuscript committee

Bram Buscher  (Amsterdam VU, January 14) Struggling over consensus, anti-politics and marketing. Neoliberalism and transfrontier conservation and development in Southern Africa. Promotor, with Prof. Henk Overbeek and Dr. Bernard Venema.


2008

  • Joshka Wessels (Amsterdam, May 22, 2008).
    To cooperate or not to cooperate...? Collective action for rehabilitation of traditional water tunnel systems (qanats) inSyria.
    Promotor, with Prof.dr. Tony Allen .
  • TobiasThabisoSchmitz (Nijmegen, May 28, 2008).
    Catching the Crocodile: Organisational responses to waterscarcity in South Africa's Crocodile River Catchment.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Paul Hoebink .
  • Alice Achieng Ojwang (Nijmegen, May 28, 2008). Plantations, power and people. Two case studies on the restructuring of South Africa's forestry sector . Promotors: Prof. Wouter de Groot & Prof. Paul Hoebink; Member of manuscript committee.

2007

  • Sylvia Breukers (Amsterdam,January 31,2007).
    Changing institutional landscapes for implementing wind power. A geographical comparison of institutional capacity building: The Netherlands, England and North Rhine-Westphalia.
    Promotor,with Dr.MaartenWolsink.
  • EdwardOntita (Wageningen, March28, 2007).
    Creativity in Everyday Practice. Resources and Livelihoods in Nyamira, Kenya.
    Member of PhD committee;promotors:Prof.dr.Leontine Visser andDr. Paul Hebinck.
  • Joris J. van de Sandt (Amsterdam, April 12,2007).
    Behind the mask of recognition. Defining autonomy and communal resource managementinindigenous resguardos, Colombia.
    Member of PhDcommittee; promoter: Prof. dr. AndreHoekema.
  • Victor Owusu (Amsterdam FreeUniversity,April 13, 2007).
    Migrants, Income andt he Environment: the CaseofRural Ghana.
    Memberof PhDcommittee; promotors: Prof. dr.Jan Willem Gunning and Dr. Kees Burger.
  • Richard Yeboah Nartey ( University ofGhana at Legon, Accra, April 19,2007).
    Agricultural development and Livelihood in Bongo, UER.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors:Prof. dr.OforiSarpong and Dr. David Millar.
  • SusanKipketer Chebet (MoiUniversity Schoolof Environmental Studies,May 2007).
    Female circumcision and its consequences on the well-being of women among the Keiyo community in Kenya: a socio-culturalapproach.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr.JoshuaA'konga.
  • Ingrid Duchhart (WageningenUniversity, June 18,2007).
    Designing sustainable landscapes: from experience to theory. A process of reflective learning fromc ase-study projects in Kenya.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. K. Kerkstra and Prof dr.F.Steiner.
  • Lothar Smith (UvA, December7, 2007).
    Tiedto migrants. Transnational influenceson the economy of Accra, Ghana.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Jan Willem Gunning, Dr. Valentina Mazzucato and Dr. Rijkvan Dijk.
  • MirjamKabki (VU,December10, 2007).
    Transnationalism, local development and social security. The functioning of supportnetworks in rural Ghana.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Jan Willem Gunning and Dr. Valentina Mazzucato.
  • Wenny Wen Sen Ho (UvA, December11,2007).
    Sense-making in turbulenttimes.Every-day strategic changing by IndianNGDOs.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors:Prof. dr.J. Boonstra and Prof. dr. Gerd Junne.
  • Udan Fernando (UvA, December14, 2007).
    Uneasy encounters. Relationships between Dutch donors andSriLankan NGOs.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof.dr.Isa Baud and Prof. dr.N. Wickramasinghe.


2006

  • Esaïe A. Gandonou (AmsterdamFree University,February142006).
    SustainableLand Use and Distance tothe Market. Micro Evidence from Northern Benin.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Jan Willem Gunning and Dr.Kees Burger.
  • Marlie Hollands (Amsterdam, April4, 2006).
    Leren uit de ontmoeting. Nederlanders in contactmet asielzoekers en vluchtelingen.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors:Prof. dr. J.Schrijvers & Prof. dr. Ph. Essed.
  • Samuel OumaOwuor (Amsterdam, April 26, 2006).
    Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide. Multi-spatial livelihoods in Nakuru Town, Kenya.
    Promotor, with Dr. DickFoeken and Prof. dr. R.A. Obudho.
  • Fleur Wouterse (Wageningen, June 9, 2006).
    Survival or Accumulation. Migration and Rural Households in Burkina Faso.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.A. Kuyvenhoven and Prof. dr. R. Ruben.
  • Eric Schubert Ansah (Amsterdam, December 7, 2006).
    Close encounters between Africa and Asia. Ghana's Look East Policy andthe making of Malaysia's Overseas Investors.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof.dr. Mario Rutten and Prof. dr.Gerd Junne.
  • EllenLammers (Amsterdam, December 19,2006), cum laude.
    War, Refuge and Self. Soldiers, Students and Artists in Kampala,Uganda.
    Memberof PhD committee; promotors Prof.dr. J.Schrijvers and Prof.dr. Ph. Essed.


2005

  • Ahmed Maalim Mohamed (Gembloux, Faculté Universitaire des Sciences Agronomiques, Belgium, January 31, 2005).
    Towardsintegrated approaches for the sustainable management ofnatural resources in the drylands: the case of Eastern Kajiado and Southern Makueni Districts, Kenya.
    Member of PhD committee, defense in absentia; promotors Prof.S. Dautrebande and Dr. B. Chikamai.
  • Ruth Noorduyn (Amsterdam, May 10, 2005).
    The assertion of rights to agro-pastoralland in North Cameroon: a cascadeto violence?
    Promotor,with Prof.dr. W. deGroot .
  • Elisabeth Everdina Scheper (Amsterdam,May 11,2005).
    Preventing deadly conflict in divided societies in Asia. The role of local NGOs.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr. C. Hamelink.
  • Johan E. Brons (Wageningen,June 1,2005).
    Activity diversification in rural livelihoods. The role of farm supplementary income in Burkina Faso.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.A. Kuyvenhoven and Dr. R. Ruben.
  • Nahro Zakarya (Amsterdam, July5, 2005).
    Building urban livelihoods. Two generations in an unauthorized settlement in Damascus.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr. I.S.A.Baud.
  • Francis Kwabena Obeng (Amsterdam, Dec 2 2005).
    Things are hard for us, but we see away out of them. Impact of climate variability on geographical and occupational mobility and the effect of mobilityon socialorganization in farming communities in North-Eastern Ghana.
    Promotor, with Dr. David Millar.


2004

  • Marleen Dekker (Amsterdam VU, March 11, 2004).
    Risk, Resettlement and Relations: Social Security in Rural Zimbabwe.
    Promotor,with Prof. dr. J.W. Gunning.
  • Benjamin Njore Mwasi (Amsterdam UvA,March 31, 2004).
    Landscape Change Dynamics in a semi-arid part of Baringodistrict,K enya, based on Landsat TMdata andGIS analysis.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors:Prof. dr J. Sevink and dr L.H. Cammeraat.
  • Charles Njomaha (Leiden, June17, 2004).
    Agricultural Change, food production and sustainabilityintheFarNorth of Cameroon.
    Referent for PhD committee; promotor: Prof.dr. W.T. deGroot.
  • LeThi van Hue (The HagueISS, July 5, 2004),
    Coastal resource use and management in avillage of Northern Vietnam.
    Memberof PhDcommittee;promotors: Prof. dr. B. White and Dr. J. Kleinen.
  • Adano Wario Roba & KarenWitsenburg (Amsterdam UvA, October21, 2004), cum laude.
    Surviving Pastoral Decline. Pastoral sedentarisation, natural resource management and livelihood diversification inMarsabit District, Northern Kenya (2 volumes).
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. M.A. Mohamed Salih and -for Adano-Prof. dr. Charles Perrings.
  • Heleen van den Hombergh (Amsterdam UvA, November 19 2004), cum laude.
    No stone unturned. Building blocks ofenvironmentalist power, versus transnational industrial forestry in Costa Rica.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Joke Schrijvers, Dr. Ton Salman and Dr. JeanCarrière (†).


2003

  • PeterF. Okoth (Wageningen, January 27, 2003).
    A hierarchical method for soil erosion assessment and spatial risk modelling. A case study of Kiambu District in Kenya.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors:Prof.dr. ir. A.K. Bregt, Prof.dr. ir.E. Smaling and Dr. E.F.Epema.
  • N.C. Narayanan (The Hague,ISS, February24, 2003).
    Against the Grain. The political ecology of land use in a Kerala region, India.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof.dr.J.Opschoor, Prof. dr.A.Saith and Dr. D. Gasper.
  • Mathew Kurian (The Hague, ISS, March 3, 2003).
    From Project to Process. Participatory watershed management in the Himalayanfoothills.
    Promotor,with Prof.dr. Ashwani Saith.
  • Omu Kakujaha-Matundu (The Hague,ISS,March 24,2003).
    Common pool resource management. The case of Eastern Communal Rangelands in Semi-Arid Namibia.
    Memberof PhDc ommittee; promotors: Prof.dr. J. Opschoor and Dr.A. v.d. Laar.
  • Samson Wokabi Mwangi (Amsterdam, March27, 2003).
    Challenges of urban environmental governance. Participationand partnerships in Nakuru Municipality,Kenya.
    Member of PhDcommittee; promotors:Prof. dr. G.A. de Bruijne, Prof. dr. I.S.A. Baud, Dr. J. Post and Dr.I.M. Karanja.
  • Judith Hin (Amsterdam, April 23, 2003).
    Ethnic and civic identities. The case of Armenians in Post-Soviet Georgia.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Hans Knippenberg and Prof. dr.Herman van der Wusten.
  • Anke van Vuuren (Amsterdam,June 12, 2003).
    Women striving for self-reliance. The diversity offemale-headed households in Tanzania and the livelihood strategies they employ.
    Promotor.
  • Leon Bijlmakers (Amsterdam, July 2, 2003).
    Structural adjustment: source of structural adversity. Socio-economic stress, health and child nutritional status inZ imbabwe.
    Promotor, with Prof.dr. Corlien Varkevisser.
  • Hein de Haas ( Nijmegen,October 13, 2003).
    Migration and Development in Southern Morocco.The Disparate Socio-Economic Impacts of Out-migration on the TodghaOasisValley.
    Promotor, with Prof.dr.Leo deHaan.
  • James Gichiah Njogu (Amsterdam, October 21, 2003).
    Community-based conservation in an entitlement perspective. Wildlife and forest biodiversityconservation in Taita, Kenya.
    Promotor,with Dr. Paul Omondi.
  • Cindy Horst (Amsterdam, November 6, 2003).
    Transnational Nomads. How Somalis cope with refugee life in theDadaab camps ofKenya.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Joke Schrijvers.
  • MauroIvo vanAken (Utrecht, November 11,2003).
    Facinghome. Palestinianb elonging in a Valley of Doubt.
    Member of manuscript committee; promotors: Prof.dr. Dirk Kruijt andDr. WoutervanBeek.
  • Jessica Erdtsieck (Amsterdam,November21,2003).
    In the spirit of Uganga. Inspired healing and healership in Tanzania.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.JokeSchrijvers and Prof. dr. Corlien Varkevisser.
  • AkwasiMensah-Bonsu (Amsterdam, VU, November 25, 2003).
    Migration and environmental pressure in Northern Ghana.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. J.W. Gunning and Dr.C.P.J. Burger.


2002

  • Wondem AsregDegu (Amsterdam, September 10,2002).
    The state, the crisis of state institutions and refuge emigrationin the Horn of Africa. The cases of Ethiopia, Sudan and Somalia.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr.Gerd Junne.
  • Houinsou Dedehouanou (Amsterdam, September 30, 2002).
    Resisting reforms: collective action in the distribution of agricultural input and primary health services in the Couffo Region, Benin.
    Member of PhDcommittee; promotor: Prof. dr. Leo de Haan.
  • Abdullah A. Mohamoud (Amsterdam, April23, 2002).
    State collapse and post-conflict development in Africa. The case of Somalia (1960-2001).
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr.Gerd Junne,P rof.dr. Samatar and Dr. Henk Overbeek.
  • Antje van Driel (Amsterdam, January 24,2002).
    Sharing a Valley.The changing relations between agriculturalists and pastoralists in the Niger valley of Benin.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof.dr.Ad de Bruijne and Prof.dr. Leo de Haan.


2001

  • Ahmed Taouil (Amsterdam, December 17,2001).
    Milieu naturel et utilisation du sol dans le Haouz Mediterraneende Tetouan, Rif Occidental, Maroc. Facteurs Physiques, Systeme agro-sylvo-pastoral, production et evolution de l'espace.
    Member of PhDc ommittee, replacing Prof. dr.Leode Haan during public defence;promotors:Prof. dr. Herman van der Wusten and Prof.dr. JanSevink.
  • Christine van Wijk-Sijbesma (Wageningen,December 12,2001).
    The Best of TwoWorlds? Methodology for Participatory Assessment of Community Water Services.
    Member of PhD committee;promotors: Prof.dr.PatriciaHoward and Prof.dr. Niels Röling.
  • Mayke Kaag (Amsterdam, Free University, Nov.6, 2001).
    Usage foncier et dynamique sociale au Sénégal rural. L' histoire d'un bas-fond et de ses défricheurs.
    Memberof PhDcommittee;promotors: Prof. dr.Peter Kloos (†), Prof. dr. D.J. Winslow and Dr. ir. Bernhard Venema.
  • Josefien Demmer & Han Overman (Amsterdam, November1,2001).
    Indigenous People.Conservingthe Rain Forest?. The Effect of Wealth and Markets on the Economic Behaviour of TawahkaAmerindians in Honduras.
    Promotor, with Annelies Zoomers and Mirjam Ros-Tonen as co-promotors.
  • Peter Oksen (Roskilde, Denmark, May 18,2001).
    Cattle, Conflict and Change: Animal Husbandry and Fulani-Farmer Interactions in Boulgou Province, Burkina Faso.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr.Mogens Buch Hansen.
  • Francis Obale-Ebanga (Amsterdam, April9, 2001).
    Impactsof AgriculturalLandUse. Histories on Soil Organic Matter Dynamics and Related Properties of Savannah Soils in North Cameroon.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.Jan Sevink, Prof. dr.Wouter de Groot andDr. C.Nolte.


2000

  • Michaela Hordijk (Amsterdam,December 20, 2000).
    On Dreams and Deeds.The roleo f local initiatives for community-based environmental management in Lima, Peru.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor:Prof. dr.Isa Baud.
  • Abdirizak Arale Nunow (Amsterdam, December7, 2000).
    Pastoralistsand markets. Livestock commercialization and food security in north-easternKenya.
    Promotor, with Prof. Jan Hoorweg.
  • Allertvan den Ham & Jan Veenstra (Wageningen, October 27, 2000).
    Think Big, Start Small. Restricted room for manoeuvre by practitioners in socio-spatial planning of peripheralregions in Third World countries.
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof.dr Dirk van Dusseldorp.
  • Valentina Mazzucato & David Niemeijer (Wageningen, June 20, 2000).
    Rethinking soil and water conservation in a changing society. A case study in EasternBurkina Faso.
    Member of PhD committee; promoters: Prof. dr. Niels Röling and Prof.dr.ir. Leo Stroosnijder.
  • Joseph Abuodha (Amsterdam, April 25, 2000).
    Geomorphology of the Malindi Bay coastal sand dunes.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. PimJungerius andProf. dr. Mwakio Tole.
  • Marieke Kragten (Utrecht,March 24,2000).
    Viable of Marginal? Small-scale industries in rural Java(Bantul District).
    Member of PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr. Jan Hinderink.


1999

  • Jiang Leiwen (Amsterdam, December 7, 1999).
    Population and  Sustainable Developmentin China. Population and Household Scenarios for Two Regions.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Anton Kuijsten and Prof. dr. Zeng Yi.
  • Paul Quarles van Ufford (Amsterdam, December 7,1999).
    Trade and Traders. The Making of the Cattle Market in Benin.
    Member of the PhD committee; promoters: Prof. dr.Ad de Bruijne and Prof. dr. Leo de Haan.
  • Chris van der Borgh (Utrecht, September 8, 1999).
    Wederopbouw in Chalatenango, El Salvador. Ontwikkelingsorganisaties in een naoorlogse maatschappij.
    Memberof  PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Dirk Kruyt and Dr. Kees Koonings.
  • Robin Pistorius &Jeroen van Wijk (Amsterdam,June16, 1999).
    The Exploitation of Plant Genetic Information. Political Strategies in Crop Development.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Gerd Junne and Dr.Jean Carrière.
  • FrederickNyang (Amsterdam, February24, 1999).
    HouseholdEnergyDemand and Environmental Management in Kenya.
    Member of PhD committee; promoters: Prof. dr. Jan Lambooy and Dr. JoopOdink.
  • Moses Ikiara (Amsterdam, February 24, 1999).
    Sustainability, Livelihoods, Productionand Effort Supply in a Declining Fishery. The Case of Kenya's Lake Victoria Fisheries.
    Member of  PhD committee; promoters: Prof. dr. Jan Lambooy and Dr. Joop Odink.
  • Kees Biekart (Amsterdam,February 4, 1999).
    The Politics of Civil Society Building. European Private Aid Agencies andDemocraticTransitions in Central America.
    Member of  PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.Gerd Junne and Dr.A.E.Fernández Jilberto.


1998

  • Mariecke van derGlas (Utrecht, December18, 1998).
    Gaining Ground.Land Use and Soil Conservation in Areas of Agricultural Colonisation in South Brazil and East Paraguay.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.JanHinderink andProf. dr. JanKleinpenning.
  • Augustine Ayantunde (Wageningen,December 1, 1998).
    Influence of Grazing Regimes on Cattle Nutrition and Performance and Vegetation Dynamics in Sahelian Rangelands.
    Memberof the PhD committee; promotors: Prof.dr.ir.Herman van Keulen, Dr.ir. H.M.J.Udo and Dr.S.Fernandez-Rivera.
  • Fred Zaal (Amsterdam,November 25, 1998), cum laude.
    Pastoralism in a Global Age.Livestock Marketingand Pastoral Commercial Activities in Kenya and Burkina Faso. Promotor,with Prof. dr. Leo de Haan.
  • Mary Omosa (Wageningen, October26, 1998).
    Reconceptualising Food Security. Interlocking Strategies, Unfolding Choices and Rural Livelihoods in Kisii District,Kenya.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors:Prof. dr. Norman Long and Prof. dr. Jan Hoorweg.
  • Maarten Bavinck (Amsterdam,May 14,1998).
    One Sea, Three Contenders. Legal Pluralism in theInshoreFisheriesof the Coromandel Coast, India.
    Member of the PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.Ad de Bruijne, Prof.dr. Jojada Verrips and Dr. Isa Baud.
  • Annette van Andel (Amsterdam, March 16, 1998).
    Changing Security. Livelihood in the Mandara Mountains Region in North Cameroon.
    Promotor, with Dr. Dick Foeken.
  • Marcel Put (Amsterdam, January 23, 1998).
    Innocent Farmers? A Comparative Evaluation into a Government and an NGO Project Located in Semi-Arid Andhra Pradesh (India).
    Promotor, with Prof. Ad de Bruijne and Dr. Meine-Pieter van Dijk.


1997

  • Nina Tellegen (Amsterdam, December2, 1997).
    Rural enterprises in Malawi: Necessity or Opportunity?
    Promotor, with Prof. Jan Hoorweg.
  • Gudule Boland (Nijmegen, September23, 1997).
    Farmer's organizations, poverty and the environment in the Sertão, North-East Brazil.
    Memberof the PhD committee;promotors: Prof. dr.Jan Kleinpenning and Dr. Mirjam Ros-Tonen.
  • Carey Okal Ombura (Amsterdam,November 25,1997).
    Towards an environmental planning approach in urban industrial siting and operations in Kenya. The case ofEldoret Town.
    Member of the PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.Jan Lambooy, Prof.dr.Ad de Bruijne and Prof. dr. Gerard Linden.


1996

  • A.G.Toxopeus (Amsterdam, December 5, 1996).
    An interactive spatial and temporal modellingsystem as a tool in ecosystem management.
    Member of the PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.J.Fanta and Prof.dr. ir.W. van Wijngaarden.
  • Purnendo Kavoori (TheHague ,Institute of SocialStudies, October 11,1996).
    Rajasthan pastoralism.
    Promoter,with Prof.dr. Martin Doornbos.
  • Johan Post (Amsterdam, September26, 1996).
    Space for small enterprise. Reflections on urbanlivelihoodandurban planning in the Sudan.
    Member of PhD committee, promotors: Prof. dr. Ad de Bruijne and Prof. dr. ir. Gerard Linden.


1995

  • Jockey Baker Nyakaana (Amsterdam, December 18,1995).
    Kenya's DevelopmentCentre Policy: the case of Eldoret.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr. Ad de Bruijne.
  • Basilida Anyona Mutoro (Utrecht, November 30, 1995).
    Women working wonders. Small-scale farming and the role ofwomen in Vihiga District, Kenya.
    Promotor, with Prof. dr.Jan Hinderink and Prof.dr. ir. Henk Luning.
  • ChristiaanH.J.F. Eijkemans (Nijmegen,November20, 1995).
    Profitability or security. Decision-making on land use among Toba Batak peasants in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
    Member of the PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr. Jan Kleinpenning and Dr. Ton van Naerssen.
  • Mirjam de Bruijn & HanvanDijk (Wageningen/Utrecht, June21,1995).
    Arid ways. Cultural understandings of insecurity in Fulbe society, Central Mali.
    Member of PhD committee; promotors: Prof. dr.Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Prof.dr. Arie de Ruijter/Prof. dr.A. van Maaren and Dr.WoutervanBeek.
  • Johan Aad van Dijk (Amsterdam,May 3,1995).
    Taking the waters. Soil and water conservation among settling Beja nomads in Eastern Sudan.
    Co-promotor, withP rof. Ad deBruijne as promotor.


1994

  • Haile Selassie Gebre Selassie (Amsterdam,November 17, 1994).
    The role of the foreign element in the making and breaking up of local policies in the hornof Africa.
    Memberof the PhD committee; promotor: Prof, dr. Gerd Junne.
  • John Ouma Mugabe (Amsterdam, March 4, 1994).
    Technological capability for environmental management.The case of biodiversityc onservation in Kenya.
    Member of the PhD committee; promotor: Prof. dr.GerdJunne.


1993

  • HansVissers  (Utrecht,1993).
    Pökööt religion.
    Member of the PhD committee.


1992

  • Marcel Rutten (Nijmegen,December 2,1992), cum laude.
    Selling wealth tobuy poverty. The process of theindividualization of landownership among the Maasai pastoralists of Kajiado District, Kenya, 1890-1990.
    Co-promotor, with Prof.JanKleinpenninga s promotor.

5b4. TEACHING

  • Teaching in BA course International Studies at The Hague (Leiden University campus) about Africa's cultural economy and economic geography [10]
  • Teaching in summer course Utrecht IS Academy Land July 13 2011: forest, food and/or fuel [9]
  • Teaching in the 1st year programme Future Planet Studies [2009-2010, in Dutch].
  • Teaching in the Environment and Development Courses at Bachelor's level [in Dutch] and at Master's level [in English] [2008-2010].[1]
  • Teaching 1st year course Climate,Landscape and Spatial Dynamics [2008 onwards, in Dutch: Milieu,Klimaat en Ruimtelijke Dynamiek] [5]
  • teaching in IHE-Institute for Water Development summercourse Sept. 2009: climate-based risks in cities [8]
  • Guest lectures in Research Master's curriculum AfricanStudies, Leiden [2006-2007] [7]
  • Member of examination committee MSc InternationalDevelopment Studies UvA (ISHSS), and teaching in the Poverty and Development course [2006 onwards; in English] [4].
  • Teaching 1st yearcourse Introduction to Human Geography, UvA [in Dutch; 2000 onwards; from 2008 onwards split in 'Introduction to Human Geography', and  'Major themes inHumanGeography].[2]
  • Coordination of, and teaching in the Master's specializationenvironmental geography Dept.of Geography,Planning and International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam  [1994 onwards;in Dutch andEnglish]. [6]
  • Coordination of the EIA course participation of Amsterdam students in human geography at MoiUniversity, Eldoret, Kenya [1994-1998; in English].
  • Teachingin the CERES course for PhD candidates [1993 onwards, in English].[3]
  • Teaching introductory course rural development geography (2nd year students human geography), UvA [1993-2000; in Dutch].
  • Teachingspecialization seminars rural development(doktoraal/Master's students) [1988-1998; in Dutch].
  • Design of course on Africanagriculture for Amsterdam University Coordination Group Development Issues('werkgroep ontwikkelingsvraagstukken'), and coordination/teaching, UvA [1985; inDutch].
  • Teaching introductory course Geography ofDeveloping Countries for students in Human Geography [1983-1995] and for students in Physical Geography [1983-1984] at the University of Amsterdam [both in Dutch].  
  • Teaching the 'colloquium rural development geography and regional planning' of the Sub-Dept. Human Geography ofDeveloping Countries,UvA [1982-1988; inD utch].
  • Supervision of doktoraal/Master's fieldwork and thesis writing of studentsspecializing in Geography of Developing Countries, UvA [1981 onwards; mostly in English].
  • Lectures aboutdevelopment strategies,monitoring and evaluation, participatory planning and Kenya, for Royal Institute for the Tropics,Amsterdam [1977-1988; in Dutch].
  • Coordination of student research projects ('leeronderzoek'), fieldwork and thesis supervision of students specializing inGeographyof Developing Countries, UniversityofAmsterdam [1976-1988; in Dutch].
  • Course in didactics and geographyteaching at theKatholieke UniversiteitNijmegen [1976].
  • Teaching propedeuse students in human geography, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen [1973-1975; in Dutch].

Some Master's theses

A few examples of (electronic versions of) Master''s theses that I (co-)supervised

- Alberto Serna Martin: governance clean development mechanism Buenos Aires Argentina (2008,human geography)

The IGU Journal Project

The International Geographical Union is the world organization of geographers. Endoresed by IGU we (at the University of Amsterdam) have made an inventory of as many geographical journals (broadly defined) as possible. This June 2010 overview is now on line here. It starts with the 'Germany' page, but if you go to the bottom line you can go to any country you want. We urge everyone who has additions and/or corrections to send those to:
dietzaj@ascleiden.nl and a copy of your mail to: jaaprothuizen@gmail.com. We also include the brochure text that will be distributed at the IGU Regional Conference in Tel Aviv, July 2010
Thanks!

The IGU Sustainable Cities Project

In Cologne, at the IGU Congress 2012, the pilot project on sustainable cities was launched on August 27, 2012: Global Sustainable Cities Information Network. Between 2010 and 2012 Ton Dietz chaired a working team, with Li Qiu from Hunan University and Fu Rong and his internet team from the Internet Services group of Hunan University in China.  Thanks for a lot of hard work.  We hope many geographers from many cities in the world will join now!

Still valid?

OUTREACH FUNCTIONS TON DIETZ

  • Board member of AEGIS: a network of excellence in African Studies (since 2010)
    • Mede-editor van geo-natris, website gericht op geografie- en aardrijkskundedocenten in Nederland en Vlaanderen
    • Chair of Reference Group for SNV Capacity Building Evaluation [2009-2010]
    • Chair of NWO-WOTRO and DGIS steering commitee Conflict and Cooperation over Natural Resources CoCooN  [2009onwards]*
    • Chair of IGU committee on geographical journals* [2009 onwards]
    • Chair of IGU Corporate Membership committee* [2009 onwards]
    • Chair of NWO-MaGW commission on Vulnerabilty, Adaptation and Mitigation (VAM)* [2008 onwards].
    • Vice-chair of curatorium ofthe Prince ClausChair* [2008 onwards].
    • Member of Board of InternationalDevelopment Publishers/The Broker*  [2007 onwards].
    • Member of Steering Committee Worldconnectors*  [2007 onwards].
    • Member of research team forthe evaluation of the MFS Programme (for Ministry of Foreign Affairs/DGIS and Partos) [2007].
    • Member of editorial committee Netherlands Yearbook on International Cooperation* [2006 onwards].
    • Member of Task Force of DPRN, Development Policy Review Network*  [2006 onwards].
    • Member of Reference Group for the Africa Evaluation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (IOB) [2006-2008].
    • Member of the Board of Tropenbos International* [2005 onwards].
    • Member of Steering Committee TMF Evaluation, for theMinistry of Foreign Affairs (DSI) [2004-2006].
    • Member and later Vice-Chair of Board of NWO-WOTRO [2003-2009]
    • Impact assessment Dutch-supported NGO projects in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Mali, for Stuurgroep Effectrapportage Medefinancierings- programma (DGIS/GOM) [2001-2002].  
    • Analysis of evaluation reports sustainable land use, for Stuurgroep Effectrapportage Medefinancieringsprogramma (DGIS/GOM) [1999].  
    • Member (secretary) of the advisory board of ETC International Leusden* [1998-2008].
    • Support to NOVIB's 'Guidelines for Resource Allocation Priorities' process, and to NOVIB's Best Practices Research [1996-1999].     
    • Advice pastoral development East Africa, for I/C consult (for Vastenactie/Cebemo-Bilance; with Mohamed Salih, ISS) [1996].  
    • Coordinator of NUFFIC programme to strengthen School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya (MHO) [1994-2004].   
    • Consultancy for ETC Kenya, together with Moi University, School of Environmental Studies: design of a monitoring and evaluation system for the Kenya Woodfuel and Agroforestry Project [June-July 1994]. 
    • Member of PPK (advisory board for NOVIB, later Oxfam-NOVIB) [1992-1999]. 
    • Member of SteeringCommittee NIRP (Netherlands-Israel Development Research Programme), for Ministry of Foreign Affairs [1992-1999].  
    • Advisor to DGIS IOV about evaluation research [1992-1993].  
    • Coordinator of Evaluation Mission Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), for DGIS (teamleader) [July 1992].
    • Coordinator of DGIS programme to strengthen School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya (Programma Samenwerkingsverbanden) [1991-1993].
    • Coordinator of a Research Programme, commissioned by DGIS IOV, to study the evaluation reports of the Sector Programme Rural Development of the Dutch Ministryof DevelopmentCo-operation [January-May 1990].  
    • Coordinator (together with Sam Moyo) of Impact Study Co-financing Organisations/Non-governmental Organisationsin Zimbabwe [1990-1991].  
    • Backstopper for DGIS and SNV of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Projects in Kenya [1988-1991].  
    • Consultancy for DGIS: preparation of Policy Document Kenya [February-April 1988].   
    • Consultancy for DGIS to Kenya: advice to District Development Committees West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet [January-February 1988].   
    • Backstopping Mission for DGIS to Kenya (ASAL) [November 1986].
    • Consultancy for SNV (Netherlands Volunteers Organization) to Kenya: Identification Missionfor an ASAL Programme in Kajiado District (Maasailand) [1986 October].   
    • Review Mission for DGIS to Kenya: ASAL Programmes [November 1985].
    • Consultancy for DGIS to Kenya: preparation of a backstopping contract for the ASAL Programmes [February1985].     
    • Consultant for the Netherlands Embassy, Nairobi, for the Ministry of Finance and Planning of the Government of Kenya, to study the monitoring and evaluation practices in the various ASAL programmes [August 1984].
    • Member oftheboard of the Netherlands Harambee Foundation for Health/ Stichting Medische Hulp Kenia (SMHK)* [1983 onwards].    
    • Coordination of research project 'Regional Development Research ASAL Areas West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet Kenya': consultancy research for DGIS DPO OT, fieldwork [March 1982 - March 1983]; and backstopping for DGISand SNV [1985-1987]. Together with Annemieke van Haastrecht and Mirjam Schomaker. 
    • Organisation (with Prof. Wertheim, Artien Utrecht, Welmoed Koekebakker and others) of the Congress 'Het Andere Indonesië' ('The Other Indonesia') [1978].
    • Member of Indonesie Werkgroep DerdeWereld Centrum Nijmegen [1974-1976] and of Komitee Indonesia Amsterdam [1976-1981].    

    * LINKS:


    klimaatverandering in OneWorld

    In een journalistiek artikel over weersvoorspellingen is gebruik gemaakt van  ons onderzoek in West Afrika.


    geo-natris

    Op basis van ons boek 'van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij' is nu een website beschikbaar voor geografie- en aardrijkskundedocenten (en voor het geinteresseerde publiek in Nederland en Vlaanderen): www.geonatris.eu en ook www.geonatris.nl .

    Op de KNAG lerarendag 2009 (6 november 2009, in Nijmegen) gaf ik er een lezing over, ingebed ineen  verhaal over 'omgaan met de kansen op een ramp'

    The current debate about Dutch development aid

    In January 2010 the Scientific Council for Advice to the Dutch Government (WRR) published its long-awaited report about Dutch development aid. See the www.thebrokeronline.eu for blogs with many reactions.

    My reaction: http://www.thebrokeronline.eu/en/trackback/id/4527

klimaatverandering in OneWorld

In een journalistiek artikel over weersvoorspellingen is gebruik gemaakt van  ons onderzoek in West Afrika.

geo-natris

Op basis van ons boek 'van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij' is nu een website beschikbaar voor geografie- en aardrijkskundedocenten (en voor het geinteresseerde publiek in Nederland en Vlaanderen): www.geonatris.eu en ook www.geonatris.nl .

Op de KNAG lerarendag 2009 (6 november 2009, in Nijmegen) gaf ik er een lezing over, ingebed ineen  verhaal over 'omgaan met de kansen op een ramp'

The current debate about Dutch development aid

In January 2010 the Scientific Council for Advice to the Dutch Government (WRR) published its long-awaited report about Dutch development aid. See the www.thebrokeronline.eu for blogs with many reactions.

My reaction: http://www.thebrokeronline.eu/en/trackback/id/4527

2014

  • Derkyi, M. A. A., Ros-Tonen, M. A. F., Kyereh, B., & Dietz, T. (2014). Fighting over forest: toward a shared analysis of livelihood conflicts and conflict management in Ghana. Society & Natural Resources, 27(2), 281-298. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2013.861550  [details] 

2013

  • Derkyi, M., Ros-Tonen, M. A. F., Kyereh, B., & Dietz, T. (2013). Emerging Forest Regimes and Livelihoods in the Tano Offin Forest Reserve, Ghana: Implications for Social Safeguards. Forest Policy and Economics, 32, 49-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.forpol.2013.03.005  [details] 
  • Kurian, M., Reddy, V. R., Dietz, T., & Brdjanovic, D. (2013). Wastewater re-use for peri-urban agriculture: a viable option for adaptive water management? Sustainability Science, 8(1), 47-59. DOI: 10.1007/s11625-012-0178-0  [details] 

2012

  • Adano, W. R., Dietz, T., & Witsenburg, K. (2012). Natural resources and conflicts: theoretical flaws and empirical evidence from northern Kenya. In K. Witsenburg, & F. Zaal (Eds.), Spaces of insecurity: human agency in violent conflicts in Kenya (pp. 141-166). (African studies collection; No. 45). Leiden: African Studies Centre. [details] 
  • Adano, W. R., Dietz, T., Witsenburg, K., & Zaal, F. (2012). Climate change, violent conflict and local institutions in Kenya's drylands. Journal of Peace Research, 49(1), 65-80. DOI: 10.1177/0022343311427344  [details] 
  • Dietz, T. (2012). Participatory assessment of development in Africa. In N. Pouw, & I. Baud (Eds.), Local governance and poverty in developing nations (pp. 216-240). (Routledge studies in development and society; No. 31). New York: Routledge. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., & Li, Q. (2012). Participatory assessment of development initiatives and of European aid to Africa. African Studies, 1(2), 162-179.

2011

  • Dietz, T. (2011). Participatory evaluation of development interventions in a vulnerable African environment. In R. E. Kaperson, & M. Berberian (Eds.), Integrating science and policy: vulnerability and resilience in global environmental change (pp. 269-290). (Science in society). London [etc.]: Earthscan. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., Mazzucato, V., Kabki, M., & Smith, L. (2011). Ghanaians in Amsterdam, their "good work back home" and the importance of reciprocity. Journal of Global Initiatives, 6(1), 132-143. [details] 

2010

  • van der Geest, K., Vrieling, A., & Dietz, T. (2010). Migration and environment in Ghana: a cross-district analysis of human mobility and vegetation dynamics. Environment and Urbanization, 22(1), 107-123. DOI: 10.1177/0956247809362842  [details] 

2009

  • Dietz, T. (2009). Ecospace, humanspace and climate change. In M. A. M. Salih (Ed.), Climate change and sustainable development: new challenges for poverty reduction (pp. 47-58). Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar. [details] 
  • Wario Roba, A., Witsenburg, K., & Dietz, T. (2009). Scarcity of natural resources and pastoral conflicts in northern Kenya: an inquiry. Horn of Africa Bulletin, 2009(1), 1-5. [details] 

2008

  • Dietz, T., & Foeken, D. (2008). The iconography of Tunisian postage stamps. In V. Mamadouh, S. M. de Jong, F. Thissen, J. van der Schee, & M. van Meeteren (Eds.), Dutch windows on the Meditteranean (pp. 25-33). (Netherlands geographical studies; No. 376). Utrecht: Netherlands Geographical Studies (376). [details] 
  • Dietz, T., & Zanen, S. (2008). Assessing interventions and change among presumed beneficiaries of 'development': a toppled perspective on impact evaluation. In P. Hoebink (Ed.), The Netherlands yearbook on international cooperation (pp. 145-163). Assen: Van Gorcum. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., de Jong, S., Kraak, M-J., & van Meeteren, M. (2008). Geography in the Netherlands 2004-2008. In V. Mamadouh, S. M. de Jong, F. Thissen, J. van der Schee, & M. van Meeteren (Eds.), Dutch windows on the Meditterranean. Publication at the occasion of the 31th Congress of the International Geographical Union, August 2008, Tunis (pp. 11-24). (Netherlands geographical studies; No. 376). Utrecht: Netherlands Geographical Studies (376). [details] 
  • Kabki, M., Mazzucato, V., & Dietz, T. (2008). Migrant involvement in community development: the case of the rural Ashanti Region-Ghana. In T. van Naerssen, E. Spaan, & A. Zoomers (Eds.), Global Migration and Development (pp. 150-171). (Routledge studies in development and society; No. 15). New York/London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group. [details] 
  • Kusters, K., Ruiz Pérez, M., de Foresta, H., Dietz, T., Ros-Tonen, M., Belcher, B., ... Wollenberg, E. (2008). Will agroforests vanish? The case of damar agroforests in Indonesia. Human Ecology, 36(3), 357-370. DOI: 10.1007/s10745-008-9168-3  [details] 

2011

  • Dietz, T., Havnevik, K., Kaag, M., & Oestigaard, T. (2011). African engagements: on whose terms? Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world. In T. Dietz, K. Havenevik, M. Kaag, & T. Oestigaard (Eds.), African engagements: Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world (pp. 1-32). (Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies; No. 7). Leiden [etc.]: Brill. DOI: 10.1163/ej.9789004209886.i-390.5  [details] 

2013

  • Dietz, T., Bymolt, R., Bélemvire, A., van der Geest, K., de Groot, D., Millar, D., ... Zaal, F. (2013). PADev guidebook: participatory assessment of development. Amsterdam: KIT publishers. [details] 

2012

  • Dietz, T. (2012). Een kleine geschiedenis van Afrika. Management Scope, 2012(08-09), 14-17. [details] 
  • Derkyi, M., Ros-Tonen, M. A. F., Dietz, T., & Kyereh, B. (2012). Interactive forest governance for conflict management in Ghana. ETFRN News, 53, 19-28. [details] 
  • Norder, S., Rijsdijk, K., Dietz, T., & Rughooputh, S. (2012). Mauritius: ruimtegebrek en suikerriet. Geografie, 21(2), 25-27. [details] 

2011

  • Dietz, T. (2011). Een drama in kaarten en grafieken: honger in de Hoorn van Afrika. Geografie, 20(9), 6-9. [details] 
  • Dietz, T. (2011). En nu: Afrika! Zon achter de wolken. Internationale Spectator, 65(3), 146-149. [details] 
  • Dietz, T. (2011). En nu: Afrika! Geografie, 20(5), 17. [details] 
  • Dietz, T. (2011). Manifest voor een echt kennisbeleid. Vice Versa, 45(3), 16-19. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., & Klaver, W. (2011). Honger in de Hoorn van Afrika: een drama in kaarten en grafieken. (ASC info sheet; No. 11). Leiden: African Studies Centre. [details] 
  • Akinyinka, A., Damen, J., Dietz, T., Kilama, B., & van Omme, G. (2011). Afrika’s bevolkingsdynamiek. (ASC themakaart; No. 3). Leiden: African Studies Centre. [details] 

2009

  • Dietz, T. (2009). De vloek van de overvloed...: of de uitdaging van het tekort. Geografie, 18(7), 14-16. [details] 
  • Dietz, T. (2009). Klimaatoorlogen? Geografie, 19(1), 20-21. [details] 
  • Dietz, T. (2009). Wat wil de minister? Vice Versa, 43(5), 8. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., & Zaal, F. (2009). Mannen waarderen een weg, vrouwen onderwijs: essay. Internationale Samenwerking, 2009(5), 30-31. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., Obeng, F., Obure, J., & Zaal, F. (2009). Subjective truths: participatory development assessment. The Broker, 15, 19-21. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., Obeng, F., & Zaal, F. (2009). Participatory, holistic evaluation of development initiatives in Sandema (Builsa District) Upper East Region Ghana. Amsterdam: A'dam inst. for Metro. & intern. develop. Studies. [details] 

2008

  • Dietz, T. (2008). Geografisch onderzoek in Nederland: Van goed tot excellent. Geografie, 17(2), 14-16. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., & Rutten, M. (2008). Kenia en de ‘stammenstrijd’. Geografie, 17(2), 6-10. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., & Rutten, M. (2008). Onlusten in Kenia: Een beeld van stabiliteit. Vice Versa, 42(1), 40-41. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., Hoebink, P., Mulder, H., Lambooy, T., Kapoor, S., Fogelberg, T., ... Borren, S. (2008). Statement on policy coherence for development: aid, trade, investment, and other issues. Amsterdam: Worldconnectors/NCDO. [details] 
  • Dietz, T., van Haastrecht, A., & Scheffer, R. (2008). Revisiting peripheral capitalism in Zambia. In P. Hebinck, S. Slootweg, & L. Smith (Eds.), Tales of development. People, power and space (pp. 61-78). Assen: Van Gorcum. [details] 
  • Serna Martín, A., & Dietz, T. (2008). Local involvement in CDM biogas projects: Argentine experiences. joint implementation quarterly, 14(1), 10-11. [details] 

2011

  • Dietz, T. (2011). Silverlining Africa: from images of doom and gloom to glimmers of hope: from places to avoid to places to enjoy. Leiden: Universiteit van Leiden.

Mediaoptreden

  • Dietz, Ton (30-10-2012): Over voorziene korting van 1 miljard op ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Regeerakkoord 2012 [Radio]. Over voorziene korting van 1 miljard op ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Regeerakkoord 2012.
  • Dietz, Ton (07-08-2012): Welke kist gaat het worden? [Over de begrafenis van John Atta Mills] [Radio] Radio 1. Welke kist gaat het worden? [Over de begrafenis van John Atta Mills].

Boekredactie

  • Dietz, T., Havnevik, K., Kaag, M., & Oestigaard, T. (2011). African engagements: Africa negotiating an emerging multipolar world. (Africa-Europe Group for Interdisciplinary Studies; No. 7). Leiden: Brill. [details] 
  • Dietz, A. J., den Hertog, F., & van der Wusten, H. (2008). Van natuurlandschap tot risicomaatschappij: De geografie van de relatie tussen mens en milieu. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details] 

2017

  • Post, A. W. C. H. M. (2017). Existence versus extinction: Human-hippo conflicts in Lake Victoria Area, Kenya [details] 

2015

  • Altaf, A., & Dietz, T. (2015). Defining, targeting and reaching the very poor in Bangladesh, Benin and Ethiopia. (ASC infosheet; No. 25). Leiden: African Studies Centre Leiden. [details] 

2012

  • Dietz, A. J., Altaf, A., Klaver, W., & Soeters, S. (2012). Agricultural consumption and production, 1961 - 2009. (ASCL thematic map; No. 4). Leiden: African Studies Centre.
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