Publications

Saldívar, Laura and Casey Walsh. 2015. "Nanotecnología para el tratamiento de agua. Claves sobre la investigación en México" Mundo Nano Vol. 8, No. 14: 53-69 http://www.revistas.unam.mx/index.php/nano/article/view/52513

Walsh, Casey. 2015. “Mineral springs, primitive accumulation, and the “new water” in Mexico” Regions and Cohesion 5(1): 1-25.

Walsh, Casey. 2014. “Bordered Spaces: Nation-States and Private Property”. Blog Entry. Public Political Ecology Lab, University of Arizona. http://ppel.arizona.edu/?p=684

Walsh, Casey and Cirila Quintero. 2013. “El algodón en el norte de Tamaulipas: 1920-1965” in Cerutti, Mario and Araceli Almaráz, eds., Algodón en el Norte de Mexico: Impactos Regionales de un Cultivo Estratégico.  Tijuana: El Colegio de la Frontera Norte. Pp 141-198.

Walsh, Casey. 2013. “Borders, Infrastructures and Power” in Gilles,Peter, Harlan Koff, Carmen Maganda, Christian Schulz (eds.) Theorizing Borders through Analyses of Power Relationships. Peter Lang Press, Brussels. Pp. 177-192.

Walsh, Casey. 2013. “Water Infrastructures in the Mexico/U.S. Borderlands” Ecosphere. 4(1):8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES12-00268.1

Walsh, Casey. 2012. “The Role of Culture in Water Demand Management” in Maganda, Carmen and Olivier Petit, eds., Strategic Natural Resource Governance: Contemporary Environmental Perspectives / Les Gouvernance des Ressources Naturelles Strategiques: Perspectives contemporaines dans le Domaine de L’environnement. Brussels: Peter Lang Press. Pp. 129-150.

Walsh, Casey. 2012. Editor, Special Section Mexican Water Studies in the Mexico-US Borderlands Journal of Political Ecology 19: 50-93. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/Volume19/Volume_19.html

Walsh, Casey. 2012. “Introduction.” Special Section: Mexican Water Studies in the Mexico-US Borderlands Journal of Political Ecology 19: 50-56. http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_19/walshintro.pdf

Walsh, Casey. 2011. “Managing Urban Water Demand in Neoliberal Northern Mexico.” Human Organization 70(1): 54-62.

Walsh, Casey. 2010. Construyendo fronteras: una historia transnacional del algodón de riego en la frontera entre México y Texas. Mexico City: Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social / Universidad Iberoamericana.  (Translation of Building the Borderlands {2008}).

Walsh, Casey and María del Carmen Caño Secade. 2010. “Infraestructuras de Producción y Consumo: Algodón, Sorgo y Hortalizas de Matamoros, Tamaulipas.” Consumos Globales: De Mexico al Mundo, Carmen Bueno Castellanos and Igor Ayoro, editors. Mexico: Universidad Iberoamericana.

Walsh, Casey. 2009. “‘To Come of Age in a Dry Place’: Infrastructures of Irrigated Agriculture in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands.”  Southern Rural Sociology 24(1): 21-43.

Walsh, Casey. 2008. Building the Borderlands: A Transnational History of Irrigated Cotton on the Mexico-Texas Border. College Station: Texas A&M University Press.

Walsh, Casey. 2005. “Región, raza y riego: el desarrollo del norte mexicano, 1910-1940.” Nueva Antropología 64: 53-74.

Walsh, Casey. 2004.  “‘Aguas Broncas’: The Regional Political Ecology of Water Conflict in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands.”  Journal of Political Ecology 11: 43-58.  http://jpe.library.arizona.edu/volume_11/Walsh2004.pdf

Walsh, Casey. 2004. “Las Culturas de Agua.” Hacia una gestión integral del agua en México: Retos y alternativas. Cecilia Tortajada, Vicente Guerrero and Ricardo Sandoval, editors. Mexico: Third World Centre for Water Management / Porrúa. Pp. 433-455.