HWISE-RCN is a community of scholars and practitioners who research and work in the interdisciplinary field of water insecurity. The RCN is an NSF-funded initiative (2018-2023) dedicated to building a community of practice that fosters key analytics and theoretical advances coupled with the development of research protocols and standardized assessments to document, benchmark, and understand the causes and outcomes of water insecurity at the household scale.

“Water and Economy” special issue of Economic Anthropology

A new special issue, “Water Economy,” edited by Dr. Amber Wutich and Dr. Melissa Beresford is now available through Economic Anthropology. The issue features 10 articles from many HWISE members. Introduction abstract: “Anthropological research on water and economy has a long and rich history, especially…