Dr Emilie Cremin

  • Post-Doctoral Research Associate (School of Interdisciplinary Studies)

Biography

I joined the University of Glasgow’s School of Interdisciplinary Studies as Research Associate in February 2020. Currently, I have joined the Living Delta Research Hub. The hub aims to safeguard delta futures through more resilient communities and sustainable development. My role is to characterize coastal social-ecological tipping points especially in Mangroves social-ecologial systems and to develop a risk assessment and the Global Delta Risk Index.

I have completed a PhD in Geography on the socio-ecological systems in the Brhamaputra floodplain (Assam, North-east India) from Paris 8 university, in France 2014. Also, I hold a MSc in Environmental Science (specialization: environmental planning and management) (2007) degree from MNHN-Paris, a MSc in Local Development (2006) degree from Institute for Social and Economical Development - IEDES- Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, and a Ba in geography (2003) degree from Sorbonne, Paris, France.

Before joining the University of Glasgow, I was engaged as a PDRA at the University of Limoges to work on River Governance – citizen participation to river management in the Dordogneriver basin, France - 2016.

I was also engaged as a Post-doc on Public Participation in Water resources management in the Dong Nai- Saigon river basin, Vietnam - 2017.

Apart from research experience, I worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Paris 8 (2008-2011 and 2016-2017) Saint-Denis and at University of Strasbourg (2013-2014) where I taught Geography.

 

 

Research interests

  • River's social-ecological systems in a globalized world.
  • Vulnerability and risk assessment of social-ecological systems exposed to natural hazards. 
  • Understanding the multiple roles ecosystems play in terms of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, particularly from the perspectives of local communities.
  • Resilience of coastal and deltaic social-ecological systems.
  • Perceptions of natural hazards.
  • Livelihoods, ethno-ecology, traditional ecological knowledge, cultural diversity and biodiversity.

 

 

Publications

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Jump to: 2020 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2009
Number of items: 14.

2020

Cremin, É. (2020) Adaptations agroécologiques et mobilités face aux aléas hydromorphologiques et aux contraintes foncières dans la plaine alluviale du Brahmapoutre (Assam – Inde). Cahiers d'Outre-Mer, 73(281), pp. 219-248. (doi: 10.4000/com.11263)

Crémin, E. (2020) Construction de l’identité tribale et revendications territoriales des Miri-Mising au Nord-est de l’Inde = Construction of a tribal identity and land claims of the Miri-Mising in Northeast India. Espace Populations Sociétés, 2020(1-2), (doi: 10.4000/eps.9781)

2018

Crémin, E. , Linton, J., Jacquin, N. and Perrin, J.-A. (2018) Légitimité des savoirs citoyens dans la gestion participative des territoires de l’eau = The legitimacy of local and citizen knowledge in water governance. Participations, 21(2), pp. 117-141. (doi: 10.3917/parti.021.0117)

Crémin, E. , Linton, J., Mitroi, V., Deroubaix, J.-F. and Jacquin, N. (2018) Quelles alternatives de participation dans les territoires de l’eau ? = Alternatives for participation in water governance. Participations, 21(2), pp. 5-36. (doi: 10.3917/parti.021.0005)

2017

Crémin, É. (2017) Entre mobilité et sédentarité : les Mising, « peuple du fleuve », face à l’endiguement du Brahmapoutre en Assam (Inde du Nord-Est). Mappemonde, 119,

2016

Crémin, É. and Grivel, S. (2016) Spatialisation des mobilités fluviales et humaines dans la plaine du Brahmapoutre (Inde) = Spatialization of Fluvial and Social Mobilities in the Bramaputra Floodplain (India). SIG 2016, Versailles, France, 05-06 Oct 2016.

Crémin, É. (2016) Conceptions de l’espace de la ville sainte d’Omkareshwar à l’ombre d’un grand barrage sur la Narmada = Land-use Planning of the Holy City of Omkareshwar in the Shadow of a large dam on the Narmada (Madhya Pradesh). In: Joshi, H. and Viguier, A. (eds.) Ville et fleuve en Asie du Sud. Series: Sciences humaines et sociales. Inalco presses: Paris, pp. 149-167. ISBN 9782858312689 (doi:10.4000/books.pressesinalco.455)

2015

Crémin, É. and Grivel, S. (2015) Living With or Beside the River: Control of Brahmaputra’s Hydrological Dynamics v/s Peasant Mobility. I.S. Rivers Conference, Lyon, France, 22-26 Jun 2015.

Cremin, É. and Hollé, A. (2015) Les espaces ruraux du Brahmapoutre et les villes d’Assam : des chemins divergents ? EchoGeo, 32, 14233. (doi: 10.4000/echogeo.14233)

2013

Crémin, E. (2013) L’Inde des grands barrages. Omkareshwar : une ville sainte de la Narmada en cours de transformation (MadhyaPradesh, Inde). Éditions universitaires européennes. ISBN 9786131526428

2012

Crémin, É. (2012) Wild life conservation and tribal livelihood in the Brahmaputra flood plain. The case of the mising tribe in the fringe villages of the Kaziranga National Park (Assam, North-East India). In: Lainé, N. and Subba, T.B. (eds.) Nature, Environment and Society: Conservation, Governance and Transformation in India. Orient Blackswan: New Delhi. ISBN 9788125045328

2011

Cremin, É. (2011) Endiguement du Brahmapoutre et risques hydrologiques dans les territoires de la tribu Mising (subdivision de Dhakuakhana, Assam, Nord-est de l’Inde) = Brahmaputra embankment and hydrological risks in the Mising tribe’s territory (Dhakuakhana Subdivision, Assam, Nord-east India). VertigO, 10, 11417. (doi: 10.4000/vertigo.11417)

Cremin, E. (2011) Between land erosion and land eviction: emerging social movements in the Mishing fringe villages of the Kaziranga National Park (Assam, North East India). In: Dutta, D. and Saikia, J.R. (eds.) Environment and Development Emerging Issues and Debates. Planet Ink: Guwahati, pp. 168-184.

2009

Crémin, E. (2009) « Les temples de l’Inde moderne » : un grand barrage dans un lieu saint de la Narmada (Madhya Pradesh) = 'Temples of Modern India': a large dam in a sacred place of the Narmada (Madhya Pradesh). Geocarrefour, 84(1/2), pp. 83-92. (doi: 10.4000/geocarrefour.7252)

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Number of items: 14.

Articles

Cremin, É. (2020) Adaptations agroécologiques et mobilités face aux aléas hydromorphologiques et aux contraintes foncières dans la plaine alluviale du Brahmapoutre (Assam – Inde). Cahiers d'Outre-Mer, 73(281), pp. 219-248. (doi: 10.4000/com.11263)

Crémin, E. (2020) Construction de l’identité tribale et revendications territoriales des Miri-Mising au Nord-est de l’Inde = Construction of a tribal identity and land claims of the Miri-Mising in Northeast India. Espace Populations Sociétés, 2020(1-2), (doi: 10.4000/eps.9781)

Crémin, E. , Linton, J., Jacquin, N. and Perrin, J.-A. (2018) Légitimité des savoirs citoyens dans la gestion participative des territoires de l’eau = The legitimacy of local and citizen knowledge in water governance. Participations, 21(2), pp. 117-141. (doi: 10.3917/parti.021.0117)

Crémin, E. , Linton, J., Mitroi, V., Deroubaix, J.-F. and Jacquin, N. (2018) Quelles alternatives de participation dans les territoires de l’eau ? = Alternatives for participation in water governance. Participations, 21(2), pp. 5-36. (doi: 10.3917/parti.021.0005)

Crémin, É. (2017) Entre mobilité et sédentarité : les Mising, « peuple du fleuve », face à l’endiguement du Brahmapoutre en Assam (Inde du Nord-Est). Mappemonde, 119,

Cremin, É. and Hollé, A. (2015) Les espaces ruraux du Brahmapoutre et les villes d’Assam : des chemins divergents ? EchoGeo, 32, 14233. (doi: 10.4000/echogeo.14233)

Cremin, É. (2011) Endiguement du Brahmapoutre et risques hydrologiques dans les territoires de la tribu Mising (subdivision de Dhakuakhana, Assam, Nord-est de l’Inde) = Brahmaputra embankment and hydrological risks in the Mising tribe’s territory (Dhakuakhana Subdivision, Assam, Nord-east India). VertigO, 10, 11417. (doi: 10.4000/vertigo.11417)

Crémin, E. (2009) « Les temples de l’Inde moderne » : un grand barrage dans un lieu saint de la Narmada (Madhya Pradesh) = 'Temples of Modern India': a large dam in a sacred place of the Narmada (Madhya Pradesh). Geocarrefour, 84(1/2), pp. 83-92. (doi: 10.4000/geocarrefour.7252)

Books

Crémin, E. (2013) L’Inde des grands barrages. Omkareshwar : une ville sainte de la Narmada en cours de transformation (MadhyaPradesh, Inde). Éditions universitaires européennes. ISBN 9786131526428

Book Sections

Crémin, É. (2016) Conceptions de l’espace de la ville sainte d’Omkareshwar à l’ombre d’un grand barrage sur la Narmada = Land-use Planning of the Holy City of Omkareshwar in the Shadow of a large dam on the Narmada (Madhya Pradesh). In: Joshi, H. and Viguier, A. (eds.) Ville et fleuve en Asie du Sud. Series: Sciences humaines et sociales. Inalco presses: Paris, pp. 149-167. ISBN 9782858312689 (doi:10.4000/books.pressesinalco.455)

Crémin, É. (2012) Wild life conservation and tribal livelihood in the Brahmaputra flood plain. The case of the mising tribe in the fringe villages of the Kaziranga National Park (Assam, North-East India). In: Lainé, N. and Subba, T.B. (eds.) Nature, Environment and Society: Conservation, Governance and Transformation in India. Orient Blackswan: New Delhi. ISBN 9788125045328

Cremin, E. (2011) Between land erosion and land eviction: emerging social movements in the Mishing fringe villages of the Kaziranga National Park (Assam, North East India). In: Dutta, D. and Saikia, J.R. (eds.) Environment and Development Emerging Issues and Debates. Planet Ink: Guwahati, pp. 168-184.

Conference or Workshop Item

Crémin, É. and Grivel, S. (2016) Spatialisation des mobilités fluviales et humaines dans la plaine du Brahmapoutre (Inde) = Spatialization of Fluvial and Social Mobilities in the Bramaputra Floodplain (India). SIG 2016, Versailles, France, 05-06 Oct 2016.

Crémin, É. and Grivel, S. (2015) Living With or Beside the River: Control of Brahmaputra’s Hydrological Dynamics v/s Peasant Mobility. I.S. Rivers Conference, Lyon, France, 22-26 Jun 2015.

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Grants

Living Deltas Hub (2019-2024). This project is led by Newcastle University and involves many partners from the UK, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, and beyond. Funding from UKRI-GCRF through NERC (NE/S008926/1).

Contributions to:

- Work-package 2 "Characterization and integrated risk assessments of deltaic social-ecological systems"

- Work-package 4 "Delta-level interventions to respond to and mitigate against foreseeable coastal system tipping points".

Additional information

My web site : https://emiliecremin.com/