Alejandro’s research focuses on the social dimensions of hydraulic infrastructure. In particular, he is interested in the relations between hydraulic infrastructure, forms and histories of urban governance and the production and reproduction of urban inequality. He explores these topics through a range of qualitative research methods, with an emphasis on ethnography.
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- Water Innovation and Research Centre (Bath)
- Water Initiative (Bristol)
- Water Research Institute (Cardiff)
- Centre for Water Systems (Exeter)
- The Centre for Resilience in Environment, Water and Waste (Exeter)
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