Special issue: Parsing the politics of singular and multiple waters
Guest Editors: Lindsay Vogt and Casey Walsh

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Parsing the politics of singular and multiple waters
Lindsay Vogt and Casey Walsh

Water Alternatives 14(1): 1-11                     Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Incarnating water in Central Asia: Hydro-relations along a transboundary river
Jeanne Féaux de la Croix

Water Alternatives 14(1): 12-31                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Jamaican river waters: Collapsing time and the politics of rural life-making
Anne M. Galvin

Water Alternatives 14(1): 32-46                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Waters, water and the hydrosocial politics of bathing in Mexico City, 1850-1920
Casey Walsh

Water Alternatives 14(1): 47-59                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Examining the cracks in universal water coverage: Women document the burdens of household water insecurity
Lucero Radonic and Cara Jacob

Water Alternatives 14(1): 60-78                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Implicit or illicit? Self-made infrastructure, household waters, and the materiality of belonging in Cape Town
Angela Storey

Water Alternatives 14(1): 79-96                   Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Water, modern and multiple: Enriching the idea of water through enumeration amidst a water crisis in Bengaluru
Lindsay Vogt

Water Alternatives 14(1): 97-116                  Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Public banks + Public water = SDG 6?
David A. McDonald, Thomas Marois and Susan Spronk

Water Alternatives 14(1): 117-134                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Damming Rainy Lake and the ongoing production of hydro-colonialism in the US-Canadian boundary waters
Johann Strube and Kimberley Anh Thomas

Water Alternatives 14(1): 135-157                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The impact of pro-poor reforms on consumers and the water utility in Maputo, Mozambique
Valentina Zuin and Maika Nicholson

Water Alternatives 14(1): 158-185                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Cities with mosquitoes: A political ecology of Aedes aegypti’s habitats
Angela Bayona-Valderrama, Tatiana Acevedo-Guerrero and Cláudio Artur

Water Alternatives 14(1): 186-203                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Modern and nonmodern waters: Sociotechnical controversies, successful anti-dam movements and water ontologies
Silvia Flaminio

Water Alternatives 14(1): 204-227                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The landing of parachuted technology: Appropriation of centralised drip irrigation systems by irrigation communities in the region of Valencia (Spain)
Noemí Poblador, Carles Sanchis-Ibor and Marcel Kuper

Water Alternatives 14(1): 228-247                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

More sustainable systems through consolidation? The changing landscape of rural drinking water service delivery in Uganda
Angela Huston, Susan Gaskin, Patrick Moriarty and Martin Watsisi

Water Alternatives 14(1): 248-270                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Municipal failure, unequal access and conflicts over water – A hydro-social perspective on water insecurity of rural households in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Karen Lebek, Michèle Twomey and Tobias Krueger

Water Alternatives 14(1): 271-292                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Co-producing drinking water in rural Ethiopia: Governmentality in the name of community management
Linda Annala

Water Alternatives 14(1): 293-314                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Why we need both the large and the small stories. Response to 'Under the historian’s radar: Local water supply practices in Nairobi' by J.A. Akallah and M. Hård.
David Nilsson

Water Alternatives 14(1): 315-318                 Full Text - PDF



Special issue: Irrigation management in East Asia: Institutions, socioeconomic transformation and adaptations
Guest Editors: Raymond Yu Wang, Wai-Fung Lam and Jinxia Wang

Irrigation management in East Asia: Institutions, socioeconomic transformation and adaptations
Raymond Yu Wang, Wai-Fung Lam and Jinxia Wang

Water Alternatives 14(2): 319-331                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The decline of canal irrigation in China: Causes, impacts and implications
Yahua Wang and Mengdi Cao

Water Alternatives 14(2): 332-349                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Institutional bricolage in irrigation governance in rural Northwest China: Diversity, legitimacy, and persistence
Raymond Yu Wang, Tipeng Chen and Oscar Bin Wang

Water Alternatives 14(2): 350-370                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Seasonal land fallowing policy in response to groundwater overdraft in the north China Plain
Hongbo Deng, Baozhu Guan, Jinxia Wang, Alec Zuo, Zhuanlin Wang and Tianhe Sun

Water Alternatives 14(2): 371-394                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Adaptation to quantitative regulation of agricultural water resources: Mosaic cropping structure and rotational irrigation in China
Ying Chai and Yunmin Zeng

Water Alternatives 14(2): 395-412                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Japanese irrigation management at the crossroads
Masayoshi Satoh and Atsushi Ishii

Water Alternatives 14(2): 413-434                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Bureaucratizing coproduction: Institutional adaptation of irrigation associations in Taiwan
Wai-Fung Lam, Ching-Ping Tang and Shih-Ke Tang

Water Alternatives 14(2): 435-452                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Barriers to drinking water security in rural Ghana: The vulnerability of people with disabilities (PWDs)
Benjamin Dosu and Maura Hanrahan

Water Alternatives 14(2): 453-468                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Source-to-sea river journeys and their politics of scale and knowledge production: Examining Colorado River expeditions from the United States through Mexico
Adrianne C. Kroepsch, Caleb Ring and Joanna Clark

Water Alternatives 14(2): 469-490                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

South Asian dams at a tipping point? The case of Tipaimukh Dam in Manipur, India
Thounaojam Somokanta, Eran Feitelson and Amit Tubi

Water Alternatives 14(2): 491-519                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Disadvantaged unincorporated communities and the struggle for water justice in California
Jonathan K. London, Amanda Fencl, Sara Watterson, Jennifer Jarin, Phoebe Season, Mia Dawson, Yasmina Choueiri, Carolina Balazs, Aaron King, Alfonso Aranda, Peter Nguyen, Camille Pannu, Laurel Firestone and Colin Bailey

Water Alternatives 14(2): 520-545                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Below the radar: Data, narratives and the politics of irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa
Jean-Philippe Venot, Samuel Bowers, Dan Brockington, Hans Komakech, Casey Ryan, Gert-Jan Veldwish and Philip Woodhouse

Water Alternatives 14(2): 546-572                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

A “drought-free” Maharashtra? Politicising water conservation for rain-dependent agriculture
Sameer H. Shah, Leila M. Harris, Mark S. Johnson and Hannah Wittman

Water Alternatives 14(2): 573-596                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Understanding inter-municipal conflict and cooperation on flood risk policies for the Metropolitan City of Milan
Corinne Vitale and Sander Meijerink

Water Alternatives 14(2): 597-618                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Digital innovations and water services in cities of the global South: A systematic literature review
Godfred Amankwaa, Richard Heeks and Alison L. Browne

Water Alternatives 14(2): 619-644                Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Worldviews and the everyday politics of community water management
Frances Cleaver, Luke Whaley and Evance Mwathunga

Water Alternatives 14(3): 645-663                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Citizen science water projects in Nepal: Participant motivations and the impacts of involvement
David W. Walker, Masakazu Tani, Narayan Gyawali, Prem Sagar Chapagain, Jeffrey C. Davids, Alisha Ghimire, Makhan Maharjan, Binod Prasad Parajuli, Rajaram Prajapati, Santosh Regmi, Rakesh Kumar Shah, Puja Shakya and Surabhi Upadhyay

Water Alternatives 14(3): 664-689                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Engaging and learning with water infrastructure: Rufaro irrigation scheme, Zimbabwe
Tavengwa Chitata, Jeltsje Kemerink-Seyoum and Frances Cleaver

Water Alternatives 14(3): 690-716                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The need for co-evolution of groundwater law and community practices for groundwater justice and sustainability: Insights from Maharashtra, India
Gabriela Cuadrado-Quesada and K.J. Joy

Water Alternatives 14(3): 717-733                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Diagnosing watersheds in India: Integrating power and politics in the analysis of commons governance
Shashank Deora

Water Alternatives 14(3): 734-754                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

A critical reflexive audit of qualitative water governance research in the lower Hudson Valley, New York
Michael H. Finewood, Gretchen Sneegas, Chana Friedenberg and Loraine Guevarez

Water Alternatives 14(3): 755-772                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The contested politics of drought, water security and climate adaptation in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin
Jason Alexandra and Lauren Rickards

Water Alternatives 14(3): 773-794                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The political economy of corruption and unequal gains and losses in water and sanitation services: Experiences from Bangkok
Danny Marks and Michael Breen

Water Alternatives 14(3): 795-819                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The path to the new urban water paradigm – From modernity to metamodernism
Manuel Franco-Torres

Water Alternatives 14(3): 820-840                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Number narratives of water shortages: Delinking water resources development from water distribution in Mumbai, India
Sachin Tiwale

Water Alternatives 14(3): 841-865                Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Stormwater politics: Flooding, infrastructure, and urban political ecology in São Paulo, Brazil
Nate Millington

Water Alternatives 14(3): 866-885                Abstract | Full Text - PDF