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How do numbers, projections and imaginations of scarcity inform the politics and programs that govern the flow of vital resources? Scarcity is not a given geophysical condition that animates and structures urban politics. As Jessica Barnes has argued her study of the Nile, scarcity is made through discursive and material practices (Barnes 2014).\u00a0 I argue… Continue Reading Hydraulic City<\/a><\/p>\n <\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n \r\n