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Book Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow William Carruthers; William Carruthers (2022)
Flooded Pasts: UNESCO, Nubia, and the Recolonization of Archaeology. (/isis/citation/CBB596129663/) unapi

Article Xiangli Ding (2021)
'The Yellow River Comes from Our Hands': Silt, Hydroelectricity, and the Sanmenxia Dam, 1929-1973. Environment and History (pp. 665-694). (/isis/citation/CBB758899870/) unapi

Article Matthew P. Johnson (2021)
'Thirsty Sugar Lands': Environmental Impacts of Dams and Empire in Puerto Rico Since 1898. Environment and History (pp. 337-365). (/isis/citation/CBB256791646/) unapi

Article Kang Yeonsil (January 5, 2021)
Cold War's Cold Legacy: Soyang Multipurpose Dam, the Local Environment, and Envirotechnical Development in South Korea. Technology's Stories. (/isis/citation/CBB369043599/) unapi

Book David P. Billington, Jr. (2020)
From Insight to Innovation: Engineering Ideas That Transformed America in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB511648181/) unapi

Article Samuel Grinsell (2020)
Mastering the Nile? Confidence and Anxiety in D. S. George’s Photographs of the First Aswan Dam, 1899–1912. Environmental History (pp. 110-133). (/isis/citation/CBB244747613/) unapi

Article Laurent Dissard (2019)
Learning by Doing: Archaeological Excavations as ‘Communities of Practice’. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology (p. 5). (/isis/citation/CBB513244353/) unapi

Article Vincent Lagendijk (2019)
Streams of Knowledge: River Development Knowledge and the TVA on the River Mekong. History and Technology (pp. 316-337). (/isis/citation/CBB285282788/) unapi

Book Jerome Whitington (2019)
Anthropogenic Rivers: The Production of Uncertainty in Lao Hydropower. (/isis/citation/CBB993069891/) unapi

Article Saleh, Firas (2019)
Climate Change and Infrastructure Resilience. The Bridge: Journal of the National Academy of Engineering (pp. 23-29). (/isis/citation/CBB583515275/) unapi

Book Jacob Blanc (2019)
Before the Flood: The Itaipu Dam and the visibility of rural Brazil. (/isis/citation/CBB961915987/) unapi

Book Peter Brewitt (2019)
Same River Twice: The politics of dam removal and river restoration. (/isis/citation/CBB933950711/) unapi

Article Bruce E. Stewart; Christopher J. Manganiello (October 2018)
Watershed Democracy: Rural Environmentalism and the Battle Against the TVA in Western North Carolina, 1965–1972. Environmental History (pp. 748-773). (/isis/citation/CBB798720878/) unapi

Article Rebekah Shirley; Daniel Kammen (June 2018)
Mundane is the New Radical: The Resurgence of Energy Megaprojects and Implications for the Global South. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (pp. 18-26). (/isis/citation/CBB228854132/) unapi

Article Richard Niland (January 2018)
Death by Water: The Rise and Fall of Los Saltos del Guairá. Environmental History (pp. 56-81). (/isis/citation/CBB162847684/) unapi

Book Tore C. Olsson (2017)
Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and Mexican Countryside. (/isis/citation/CBB691965950/) unapi

Book John Williams; Andrew Sansom (2016)
The Untold Story of the Lower Colorado River Authority. (/isis/citation/CBB248036903/) unapi

Article Tiago Saraiva (2016)
Fascist Modernist Landscapes: Wheat, Dams, Forests, and the Making of the Portuguese New State. Environmental History (pp. 54-75). (/isis/citation/CBB359160354/) unapi

Book Erik Swyngedouw (2015)
Liquid Power: Contested Hydro-Modernities in Twentieth-Century Spain. (/isis/citation/CBB814785175/) unapi

Book Norris Hundley, Jr.; Donald C. Jackson (2015)
Heavy Ground: William Mulholland and the St. Francis Dam Disaster. (/isis/citation/CBB728247270/) unapi


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