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English Literature in Transition 1880-1920     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6, SJR: 0.131, h-index: 5)
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Journal Cover Journal of the Southwest
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  • Helen Ingram, Mentor and Colleague: An Introduction to the Festschrift
    • Abstract: Helen Ingram and her husband, David Laird.Many people stand in awe of Helen Ingram: her intellectual firepower, her incisive analytical capacities, her ability to derive exciting theoretical insights from apparently bland environmental policies and processes. This awe is much deserved. As this special festschrift double issue of Journal of the Southwest attests, Helen not only has been a scholar in her own right for over 50 years but has also served as a mentor for numerous junior colleagues in multiple disciplines, many of whom have now themselves reached important pinnacles in their professions and, in turn, have passed on some of Helen's intellectual genes to newer generations of environmental ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • To Be Underestimated Can Be a Good Thing
    • Abstract: The curse of low expectations often diminishes women's lives. Growing up in the 1950s, as I did, young women were presented with only two options for their futures: Become wives, mothers, and helpmates to their husbands; stay single and pursue a career. My saintly mother was my role model for the first option. I believed that she worked way too hard, neglected herself, and got too little credit. The second path was clearly not preferable because giving up on romance was difficult, and jobs open to women were usually not high status.The only thing that I was really good at was school. I adored politics, but I never got elected to anything, not even in Rainbow Girls, a Masonic- sponsored secret society with lots of ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Thinking Like a Person": A Filial Perspective on the Career of Helen M.
           Ingram
    • Abstract: What ignites a career' Where does someone find the determination to buck the status quo and push into territory few others travel' These are significant questions to ponder about Dr. Helen Ingram's career, which includes many "firsts" and "onlys." As her daughters we have a special perspective on that professional life—intimate, but very partial. We share our knowledge and memories here in celebration and respect, valuing especially the new insights that this writing process has inevitably generated. This essay has created an opportunity to remark on the exceptional drive, creativity, and generosity with which we have observed our mother as a role model, an adviser, and a collaborator.Helen Moyer Hill Ingram grew ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Contributions of Helen Ingram to Critical Concepts around U.S. Water
           Governance
    • Abstract: Helen Ingram's contributions both to the integrated fields of water resources and to the careers of individual scientists working in these fields are hard to overstate. I am a scientist by training, with backgrounds in engineering, hydrology, and climatology. As my education and career advanced, I received real world lessons, over and over, that reinforced the idea that while freshwater challenges have deep scientific roots, they will never be solved solely with scientific and technological answers. And every time I received these lessons, worked to expand my knowledge and background on the social, political, and cultural factors at the core of the freshwater challenge, and sought out experts in these fields, I ran ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Deft Touch in International Forums and Workshops
    • Abstract: Professor Helen Ingram's international standing of distinction has been recognized in many ways. There are dozens of publications in internationally recognized journals summarizing her research. She has made presentations and contributions to innumerable international conferences and symposia—both here in the United States and abroad. She has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors recognizing her rare scholarly distinction in political science. In addition, she has been a superb instructor and peerless mentor of both undergraduate and graduate students. Helen has literally stood above all with her achievements in mentoring dozens of women and not a few men through PhD programs and into faculty positions. ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Space in Between: Where Multiple Ways of Knowing in Water Management
           Meet
    • Abstract: Aligning what we know with what we do is one of the major challenges of contemporary water governance. Solving current water problems transcends the decision-making power and resources of any single actor and requires coordinated actions among a diversity of actors from different organizational levels and sectors. In these decision contexts of water issues and the networks of actors concerned with them, there are many ways of knowing (WoKs). In her scholarly work, Helen Ingram has often stated that effective problem solving in a democracy requires the integration of different ways of knowing. This implies enlarging and connecting existing WoKs in such a way that they reflect common collective goals and mutually ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Water and Moral Economy
    • Abstract: The relationship between water and society is as complex an historical, sociological, and regional problem as any that can be imagined.Understanding the community value of water requires a different kind of analysis.Water is a relatively recent (circa 2001) addition to the growing field of moral-economic inquiry, a somewhat surprising time frame given the attention scholars paid to water and ancient hydraulic civilizations in the 1950s and 1960s (Steward 1955; Wittfogel 1957). Today scholars increasingly recognize water as a cultural as well as material resource, one that permeates "practically all domains of social life, rural as well as urban" (Orlove and Caton 2010, 403). When applied to communities in arid or ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Generation, Diffusion, and Impact of Innovations in Global Water
           Governance
    • Abstract: The purpose of this contribution is to turn an eye to the worldwide discussion on water governance of the past decades, and key innovations that have been proposed there. We do so because water is a major passion of Helen Ingram's, she is a critical follower of water governance innovations (see for instance Ingram, 2008), and she is a stern advocate for applying social science theory to water management issues (see, e.g., Blatter and Ingram, 2001). We also do so because water managers around the world are surrounded by increasingly uncertain and unpredictable social and ecological environments. Huitema et al. (2010, no page number available) write:The field of water management is in flux. Climate change is making ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Urban Waterways and Waterfront Spaces: Social Construction ofa Common Good
    • Abstract: Urban waterways have become important policy targets in cities around the world. Relying on significant public investment and support, city waterfronts are redeveloped from abandoned, under-utilized, and formerly industrial sites into spaces that support new commercial, recreational, and cultural uses (Desfor et al., 2012). As with any beneficiary of public policy, there are assumptions and understandings that frame the urban waterfront's suitability for investment (Schneider and Ingram, 1993, 1997, 2005). Its social construction as a policy target deserving of particular kinds of support and protection affects the scope and character of redevelopment (Schneider and Ingram, 1993, 1997, 2005). In this article, we ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Constructing Equity during the Salinity Crisis, 1961-1973: Mexico, the
           United States, and the Politics of Sharing on the Colorado River
    • Abstract: On a warm day in October in 1961, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) began operating a series of groundwater wells in Arizona's Wellton-Mohawk Irrigation District for the purpose of relieving a buildup of brackish, highly saline water threatening the productivity of the district's farms. The pumped water, with measurable salinity exceeding 4,500 parts per million (ppm), was dumped in the otherwise barren Gila River bed which joined the Colorado River just 4 miles upstream of Mexico's Morelos Diversion Dam, the primary source of Colorado River water for the Mexicali Valley. Though much diluted by the river's stream, the level of salinity at Morelos Dam immediately spiked nearly 60 percent, from roughly 840 ppm to ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Regional Water Institutions and Participation in Water Governance: The
           Colorado River Delta as an Exception to the Rule'
    • Abstract: Beginning in the 1990s, heightened attention has been paid to the promotion of cooperative efforts at the river basin level to promote joint management and protection of international rivers (Conca et al. 2006; Gerlak and Grant 2009). River basin organizations (RBOs) are seen as key to basin cooperation, and have been established in virtually every region of the world (Schmeier et al. 2015). RBOs are promoted by a host of international organizations, including the Global Environment Facility and the World Water Council (Cosgrove and Rijsberman 2000; Uitto and Duda 2002; Gerlak 2004). International law promotes the formation of RBOs. The United Nations 1997 Convention on the Law of the Non-navigational Uses of ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Water Policy in Alberta: Settler-Colonialism, Community, and Capital
    • Abstract: In February 2011, Helen Ingram resigned from a high-level panel that had been created to establish a "world-class environmental monitoring system" for Alberta's massive bitumen extraction industry—the oil sands or tar sands. In Canada, Dr. Ingram's resignation was national news. Major outlets like The Globe and Mail (Wingrove 2011) and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (McIntosh 2011) recounted her concerns regarding how few scientists were on the panel and how confidentiality clauses created barriers to engagement with indigenous peoples. To opponents of Alberta's extractive resource sector, it was yet another blow to provincial credibility (see, generally, Black et al. 2014). In the years prior to the panel's ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Who Gets What with the Independencia Aqueduct in Sonora, Mexico
    • Abstract: Helen Ingram is a democracy advocate. Her academic works have been aimed to enhance democratic participation for a more equal society. For Mexico, this purpose is especially relevant since democracy is still under construction and inequality is rampant. Ingram's model of analysis is critical to address Mexico's structurally biased and paternalistic clientelism, as well as to grasp the issue of corruption and the problem of impunity among Mexican politicians.Inspired by Helen Ingram's work, this article attempts to apply her approach to analyze the Sonoran government's decision to build and operate the Independence Aqueduct over the years 2010-2015. The aqueduct constitutes a major transfer of water from El Novillo ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Are Forecasts Still for Wimps'
    • Abstract: The authors, along with Helen Ingram and Mark Houck, a water engineer at George Mason University, developed three case studies of water resource managers' awareness of and possible use of probabilistic forecasts1 in the Pacific Northwest (PNW), the Los Angeles Basin, and the Potomac River Basin with funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) (Lach et al. 2003, 2005, 2006; Rayner et al. 2005). These three case studies represented the ecosystems familiar to at least one of the social scientists, although we worked on all three cases together. While we were working on the project, there was a popular commercial claiming that the advertised SUV could overcome any weather conditions—snow ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Policy Debates over the Southern Nevada Water Authority Groundwater
           Development Project: Beneficial Uses of Water in a Desert
    • Abstract: The western United States continues to be the fastest-growing and fastest-urbanizing region of the country, while also being the most arid (Mackun and Wilson, 2011). As population and cities continue to grow in water-scarce environments, people are forced to confront value tradeoffs in trying to balance efficiency, equity, and effectiveness of water allocation practices (Ingram, Scaff, and Silko, 1986; National Research Council, 1992; Howe and Ingram, 2002; Ingram, Whiteley, and Perry, 2008). In the U.S. West, these water allocation challenges are made even more difficult as people try to increase the flexibility of an established water system deeply entrenched in American political and institutional history ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Recognizing Multiple Values of Water "from the Bottom Up": Historical
           Lessons from the Metropolitan Water District- Imperial Irrigation District
           Water Transfer in Southern California
    • Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to closely re-examine historical lessons of the 1990 water transfer agreement from the Imperial Irrigation District (IID) to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), particularly from the "bottom-up" perspective so that it will recognize not only the "dominant" economic value of water but also communal and "least recognized" ecological values of water—a perspective and values that Professor Helen Ingram, whom I count among my most valued scholarly mentors, emphasizes in her work. The IID, formed in 1911, is both an irrigation district, established under the state water code, that supplies roughly 500,000 acres of Imperial Valley farmland with raw Colorado River ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Shape of Groundwater Law: California's New Sustainability Act
    • Abstract: Helen Ingram's contributions to understanding the challenges of equitable water management and to offering ways of improving it are unequaled. They have made a difference in policy, not only in scholarship. Helen and Joseph Sax—another extraordinary water scholar and dear friend, also of Helen's—are the inspiration for my trying to add a bit to the analysis of what we can do to increase the probability that California's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and other law and policy options will meet the goals of fair and effective groundwater law and policy.Building trust in one another and developing institutional rules that are well matched to the ecological systems being used are of central importance for ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Water Consumption and Sustainability in Arizona: A Tale of Two Desert
           Cities
    • Abstract: Helen Ingram, an astute critic of inequity, inefficiency, and flawed policy instruments, inspired a generation of scholars (including the authors of this essay) to critique the status quo and engage in scholarly research designed to improve the social and environmental consequences of water management. This essay honors her contributions to socially engaged scholarship.In his provocative book Bird on Fire, Andrew Ross predicts a bleak future for the booming desert metropolis of Phoenix, which he calls "the world's least sustainable city." Ross sees Phoenix as a paradigm of the "national appetite for unrestrained growth," which he considers a dangerous anachronism in an age of global warming and overallocated and ... Read More
      Keywords: Ingram, Helen M.,; Water resources development; Environmental policy; Water-supply
      PubDate: 2017-07-20T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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