News and In The Media

“Resiente el 83% de hogares la escasez de agua” (“83% of households suffer from water scarcity”) Reforma, July 9th, 2023. [PDF]

“How households adapt to water scarcity: New study sheds light on hidden costs of global Issue” covered by both the Institute for Social Research and Michigan News, March 8th, 2023.

Anthropology Stars  Anthropology News, AAA Sections, January 2021

“Anthropologist explores water’s role in Mexico City lives” The University Record, April 22, 2019.

Water Insecurity and Gender in Mexico City” Institute for Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan.

Ethnographies of Science and Technology Seminar, Cuenca – Ecuador, 2018

En la soda confiamos. Un problema de salud pública en México.” EFA Análisis website.  November 6, 2018

Bioethnography as a Methodological Approach to Social and Chemical Life in Mexico City.” Anthropology News website, March 27, 2018. By Mary Leighton and Elizabeth F.S. Roberts.

Entanglement’s Limits: An Interview with Elizabeth F. S. Roberts.” Dialogues, Cultural Anthropology website, March 12, 2018. By Katherine Sacco and Hilary argo.

Bioetnografía: un experimento con métodos antropológicos en la Ciudad de México #AnthroDay” Colegio de Etnólogos y Antropólogos Sociales, A.C. (CEAS) website. By David Palma Vázquez and Elizabeth F.S. Roberts. February 2018

The Roberts Lab: Innovation and Collaboration.” Anthropology Newsletter. February 2018. By Elizabeth Noll & Helen Lund.

Applying Lessons From Ten Years of Mixed Methods Research – Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica, May 18th, 2023.

Disability, Toxicity, and the Environment – Platypod, from the Committee for the Anthropology of Science, Technology & Computing on September 27th, 2022

ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS? U-M Center for Global Health Equity Webinar on December 9, 2021
Sensing Intermittency and Inequality in Mexico City, Webinar for Series – Water Ways: New Social Science, Science Studies and Environmental Approaches to Water on February 14, 2022
 Rivera-González, Joyce, and Michelle Hak Hepburn. 2022. “What Resilience Does.” AnthroPod, Fieldsights, February 17. Interviews with anthropologists Roberto Barrios, Elizabeth F.S. Roberts, Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, Andrew Wooyoung Kim, and Jason Cons

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