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Vivian Underhill et al Publish New Article on Lineages of Critical Water Scholarship

Vivian Underhill is first author of “The Coloniality of Modern Water: Global Groundwater Extraction in California, Palestine and Peru”, recently published in Water Alternatives. Underhill and her coauthors argue that lineages of critical water scholarship have yet to meaningfully engage with decolonial and Indigenous scholars’ insights on the global architecture of coloniality/modernity as it relates to our understandings of water. The article draws critical water scholarship and decolonial thought into closer conversation to re-place and particularize what has been produced as a universal concept and highlight the consistent presence of alternatives and waters otherwise.

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