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A barrel-vaulted reservoir at Kale-Krševica: hydraulic technology and Iron Age: 'Hellenisation' in Serbia2019 Antiquity 93 (367): 144-62
  • Ivan Vranić
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Understanding children's perspectives on water resources in interdisciplinary research2019 Practicing anthropology 41 (1): 32-7
  • C. Ann Vitous
  • Christine Prouty
  • Paola A. Gonzalez
  • Rebecca K. Zarger
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552
Sustaining ignorance: the uncertainties of groundwater and its extraciton in the Salar de Atacama, northern Chile2019 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 25 (1): 83-102
  • Sally Babidge
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Mamacocha Lagoon against the state: an ethnographic research with peasants from El Tambo, Cajamarca, Peru2019 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (34): 3-18
  • Adriana Paola Paredes Peñafiel
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XEnglish and Portuguese summaries
The water rights-based mobilization of the Wayúu against the Cercado Dam: an effective avenue for court-centered lawfare from below?2019 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (34): 45-68
  • Sergi Vidal Parra
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XSpanish and Portuguese summaries
Living with water2019 Revista colombiana de antropología 55 (1): 7-25
  • Alejandro Camargo
  • Juana Camacho
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0486-6525introduction to thematic section 'Convivir con el agua'
Water ontologies and power relations around the waterscape in the Mazahua indigenous territory in México2019 Revista colombiana de antropología 55 (1): 91-118
  • Ariana Mendoza Fragoso
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0486-6525in thematic section 'Convivir con el agua'; English summary
Imagining rivers2019 Revista colombiana de antropología 55 (1): 153-66
  • Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0486-6525in thematic section 'Convivir con el agua'
Infrastructural relations: water, political power and the rise of new despotic regime2019 Revista colombiana de antropología 55 (1): 167-212
  • Veronica Strang
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0486-6525in thematic section 'Convivir con el agua'
Pondering the infrastructure of Rotorua: the Rotorua water supply settling ponds2019 Archaeology in New Zealand 62 (2): 31-40
  • Kirsty Sykes
H6/KE [NEW-]0113-7832
Turning wetlands into farms: the colonisation of the central valley in California (1769-1873)2019 Etudes rurales (203): 82-101
  • Emmanuelle Perez-Tisserant
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Zones humides, conquêtes et colonisations'; English summary
Neoliberal legislation and the privatisation of nature: the irreversible dewatering of Andean wetlands in northern Chile2019 Etudes rurales (203): 126-46
  • Hugo Romero
  • Manuel Méndez
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Zones humides, conquêtes et colonisations'; English summary
The ethnohistory of freshwater use on Rapa Nui (Eastern Island, Chile)2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (2): 163-89
  • Carl P. Lipo
  • Robert J. DiNapoli
  • Sean W. Hixon
  • Terry L. Hunt
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Participation of symbolic beliefs in the water preservation: case of the western High Atlas in Morocco2019 International journal of anthropology 34 (1-2): 17-34
  • A. Ahouach
  • M. Cherkaoui
H6/HB [INTERNATIONAL-]0393-9383
An optimal irrigation model: theory, experimental results, and implications for future research2019 American antiquity 84 (2): 252-73
  • Duncan Metcalfe
  • Ellyse T. Simons
  • Shannon A. Boomgarden
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Water use and user attitudes: common-pool resources and longitudinal change in a Brazilian community2019 Nature and culture 14 (2): 168-89
  • John Marr Ditty
  • Maria Eugênia Totti
H6 [NATUR-]1558-6073
Negotiating water on unequal terms: cattle loans, dependencies and power in communal water management in northwest Nambia2019 Nomadic peoples (NS) 23 (2): 240-60
  • Diego A. Menestrey Schwieger
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special issue 'Water and pastoralists: social contexts, development in practice and resource grabbing'
Herders' water practices and conflicts in a Palestinian village (Wādī Fūkīn, West Bank)2019 Nomadic peoples (NS) 23 (2): 261-81
  • Anita De Donato
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special issue 'Water and pastoralists: social contexts, development in practice and resource grabbing'
Navigating the ancient Tigris - insights into water management in an early state2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 54: 31-47
  • Stephanie Rost
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
'Day zero', hydraulic citizenship and the defence of the commons in Cape Town: a case study of the politics of water and its infrastructures (2017-2018)2019 Journal of southern African studies 45 (1): 5-29
  • Steven Robins
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
The bajada canals of the Safford Basin, southeastern Arizona: excellence in prehistoric engineering2019 Journal of field archaeology 44 (1): 52-69
  • Don Lancaster
  • James A. Neely
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Urban-riverine hinterland synergies in semi-arid environments: millennial-scale change, adaptations, and environmental responses at Gerasa/Jerash2019 Journal of field archaeology 44 (5): 333-51
  • Achim Lichtenberger
  • Eivind Heldaas Seland
  • Ian A. Simpson
  • Rubina Raja
  • Tim Kinnaird
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Non-revenue water and non-revenue life: a reflection on the making and mitigating of water losses in Johannesburg2019 African studies 78 (4): 590-608
  • Ahmed Veriava
H6/KY [BANTU-]0002-0184
Making the desert boom, an agricultural mirage: the oases of Liwa, United Arab Emirates, and Wadi Sirhan, Saudi Arabia2019 Etudes rurales 204: 192-220
  • Alain Cariou
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Élus locaux et notabilités'; English summary
Cross-cultural knowledge and acceptance of wastewater reclamation and reuse processes across select sites2019 Human organization 78 (4): 311-24
  • Alexandra Brewis
  • Amber Wutich
  • Dave White
  • Jacelyn Rice
  • Jonathan Maupin
  • Rhian Stotts
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Ethnography of a mobilization for water as a common good in the Italian Alps. Between ethnicity, tradition, and anti-globalization2019 Anthropologie et sociétés 43 (2): 23-46
  • Melissa Blanchard
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0702-8997in special issue 'Services publics: l'état face au commun'; English and Spanish summaries
Preface2018 African study monographs supplementary issue 55: 1-3
  • Jun Ikeno
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0286-9667introduction to supplementary issue 'Resource vitalizing local societies in Tanzania'
Intra- and inter-sectorial competition for water resources aroung Mwanga Town in Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania2018 African study monographs supplementary issue 55: 101-18
  • Jun Ikeno
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0286-9667in supplementary issue 'Resource vitalizing local societies in Tanzania'
Householders as water managers: a comparison of domestic-scale water management practices from two central Maya lowland sites2018 Ancient Mesoamerica 29 (1): 197-217
  • Jeffrey L. Brewer
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Dating the Ascope canal system: competition for water during the Late Intermediate Period in the Chicama Valley, north coast of Peru2018 Journal of field archaeology 43 (1-4): 17-30
  • Ari Caramanica
  • Gary Huckleberry
  • Jeffrey Quilter
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Contours of the past: LiDar data expands the limits of late pre-Columbian human settlement in the Santarém region, lower Amazon2018 Journal of field archaeology 43 (1-4): 44-57
  • Camila G. Figueiredo
  • Denise P. Schaan
  • Per Stenborg
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
When catching the rain: a cultural model approach to green infrastructure in water governance2018 Human organization 77 (2): 172-84
  • Lucero Radonic
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
The Tarapacá declaration: "a waterless people is a dead people"2018 Chungará 50 (2): 169-74
  • Antonio Maldonado
  • Calogero M. Santoro
  • Claudio Latorre
  • Daniela Valenzuela
  • Daniella Jofré
  • Dante Angelo
  • Eugenia M. Gayo
  • Eva Hamamé
  • Jacqueline Correa
  • José Barraza
  • José M. Capriles
  • Maria Eugenia de Porras
  • Mauricio Uribe
  • Pablo A. Marquet
  • Victoria Castro
  • Virginia McRostie
  • Vivien G. Standen
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182also in English
Water uncertainty, ritual predictability and agricultural canals at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico2018 Antiquity 92 (364): 870-89
  • Adam S. Watson
  • Brooke Crowley
  • Christopher Carr
  • David L. Lentz
  • Elizabeth A. Haussner
  • Gwinn Vivian
  • Jon-Paul McCool
  • Karelyn J. Bishop
  • Kenneth B. Tankersley
  • Lewis A. Owen
  • Nicholas P. Dunning
  • Samantha G. Fladd
  • Stephen Plog
  • Vernon L. Scarborough
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xin 'Chaco special section'
Paradise for whom? Conservatism and progress in the percpetion of Rio de Janeiro's drinking-water supply, sixteenth to nineteenth century2018 Journal of Latin American studies 50 (3): 703-17
  • Jorun Poettering
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216XSpanish and Portuguese summaries
Standing Rock religion(s): ceremonies, social media, and music video2018 Numen 65 (5-6): 499-530
  • Greg Johnson
  • Siv Ellen Kraft
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special section 'Performances and mediations of indigenous religion(s)'
Las inundaciones de Tenochtitlán2018 Arqueología mexicana 25 (149): 46-51
  • Eduardo Matos Moctezuma
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in thematic issue 'Desastres en México: una perspectiva histórica. Sequías, inundaciones, hambrunas y tembores en las épocas prehispánicas y colonial'
Water power, anthropologically speaking2018 Social anthropology 26 (3): 414-20
  • Franz Krause
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282review article on Pipe politics, contested waters: embedded infrastructures of millennial Mumbai by L Björkman (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2015) and Remaking Mutirikwi: landscape, water & belonging in southern Zimbabwe by J Fontein (Woodbridge: James Currey, 2015)
Feeding the tribe: the role of soft infrastructure in address the root problems of the Navajo Nation San Juan River irrigation system2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (3): 306-28
  • Constance L. Falk
  • Tracy D. Raymond
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Water and infrastructure as resources for Native Californians within the mission landscape at San Luis Obispo2018 Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology 38 (1): 331-49
  • Mark Rawson
  • Paul D. Zimmer
  • Rebecca Allen
H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0191-3557in thematic section 'Indigenous persistence in colonial California'; with introduction by T.S. Schneider and L.M. Panich, 9-10
Water management in the canyon2018 Archaeology Southwest 32 (2/3): 13-14
  • Adam S. Watson
  • R. Gwinn Vivian
  • Samantha G. Fladd
  • Vernon L. Scarborough
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in monographic issue 'Chacoan archaeology at the 21st century'
The hydrosocial empire: the Karakum river and the Soviet conquest of Central Asia in the 20th century2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 52: 123-36
  • Elizabeth Baker Brite
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165in special section 'Archaeologies of empire and environment'
Peopling of the Cañete valley circa AD 600: a view from Cerro de Oro2018 Ñawpa Pacha 38 (2): 135-56
  • Francesca Fernandini Parodi
H6/KE [NAWPA-]0077-6297Spanish summary
A state corporate undertaking in water supply and management in Botswana, 1966-20142018 Botswana notes and records 50: 97-111
  • Mark Nyandor
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090
The comparative dynamics of water sharing of transboundary waterways: lessons from the Nile, Lesotho Highlands Water Project and te Okavango river basin2018 Botswana notes and records 50: 112-22
  • Isaac Mazonde
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090
Water for urban development of rural livelihoods: is that the question for Botswana's Notwane River catchment?2018 Botswana notes and records 50: 123-37
  • Bothepha T. Mosethi
  • Moemedi Makwati
  • Raban Chanda
  • Saniso Sakuringwa
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090
Water is life. Ecologies of writing and indigeneity2018 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 30 (3-4): 1-9
  • Christina Boyles
  • Hilary E. Wyss
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238introduction to special section 'Water'
Writing water writing life: Silko as environmental activist2018 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 30 (3-4): 10-35
  • Christina Boyles
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238in special section 'Water'
Water, history, and sovereignty in Simon J. Ortiz's "Our homeland, a national sacrifice area"2018 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 30 (3-4): 36-53
  • Robin Riley Fast
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238in special section 'Water'
Intervening in the archive: women-water alliances, narrative agency, and reconstructing indigenous spaces in Deborah Miranda's Bad Indians: a tribal memory2018 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 30 (3-4): 54-71
  • Shane Aurora Martinez
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238in special section 'Water'