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Anthropology; Environmental and Urban Studies
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Beginning with globally oriented ideological constructions of water as resource, this project explores the materiality of water and how it comes to understood within our current geological era. Specifically exploring the politics of scientific knowledge production, I follow the methodological processes of the Bard Water Lab as they monitor water quality of a local stream, exploring how different apparatuses of observation are utilized in order to make a stream a legible and knowable object.
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Raimondo, Carlo Diego, "Knowing Water: Science and the Politics of Knowledge Production along the Saw Kill" (2018). Senior Projects Spring 2018. 190.
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