Collaborative Publications are a direct result of the network and involve numerous HWISE-RCN members, which include but are not limited to members from the executive and steering committees.


Young, Sera, Boateng, Godfred, Jamaluddine, Zeina, Miller, Joshua, Frongillo, Edward, Neilands, Torsten, Collins, Shalean, Wutich, Amber, Jepson, Wendy, and Stoler, Justin. The Household Water InSecurity Experiences (HWISE) Scale: development and validation of a household water insecurity measure for low-income and middle-income countriesBMJ Global Health 4, no. 5 (2019): e001750.

Jepson, Wendy, Amber Wutich, and Leila Harris (2019). Water-Security Capabilities and the Human Right to Water. Water Politics: Governance, Justice and the Right to Water 1. Farhana Sultana and Alex Loftus. [Forthcoming]

Brewis, Alexandra, Workman, Cassandra, Wutich, Amber, Jepson, Wendy, Young, Sera, & Household Water Insecurity Experiences – Research Coordination Network. (2019) Household water insecurity is strongly associated with food insecurity: Evidence from 27 sites in low- and middle-income countries. American Journal of Human Biology, 0(0), e23309.

Brewis, Alexandra, Choudhary, Neetu, & Wutich, Amber. (2019). Household water insecurity may influence common mental disorders directly and indirectly through multiple pathways: Evidence from Haiti. Social Science & Medicine, 238, 112520.

Wutich, Amber and Beresford, Melissa. (2019). The economic anthropology of water. Economic Anthropology. 6 (2) 168 to 182.

Brewis, Alexandra and Rosinger, Asher and Wutich, Amber and Adams, Ellis and Cronk, Lee and Pearson, Amber and Workman, Cassandra and Young, Sera and HWISE Consortium Members. (2019). Water sharing, reciprocity, and need: A comparative study of interhousehold water transfers in sub-Saharan Africa: Water Sharing, Reciprocity, and Need. Economic Anthropology. 6 (2) 208 to 221.

  • *HWISE consortium co-authors are (alphabetically): Mobolanle Balogun, Michael Boivin, Jessica Budds, Shalean Collins, Asiki Gershim, Leila Harris, Wendy Jepson, Kenneth Maes, Patrick Mbullo, Joshua Miller, Chad Staddon, Justin Stoler, Raymond Tutu, Yihenew Tesfaye, Alex Trowell, and Desire Tshala-Katumbay


Wutich, Amber and Budds, Jessica and Jepson, Wendy and Harris, Leila M. and Adams, Ellis and Brewis, Alexandra and Cronk, Lee and DeMyers, Christine and Maes, Kenneth and Marley, Tennille and Miller, Joshua and Pearson, Amber and Rosinger, Asher Y. and Schuster, Roseanne C. and Stoler, Justin and Staddon, Chad and Wiessner, Polly and Workman, Cassandra and Young, Sera. (2018). Household water sharing: A review of water gifts, exchanges, and transfers across cultures. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water. 5 (6) e1309.

Staddon, Chad and Scott, Christopher A. (2018). Putting water security to work: addressing global challenges. Water International. 43 (8) 1017 to 1025.


Wutich, Amber, Budds, Jessica, Eichelberger, Laura, Geere, Jo, M. Harris, Leila, A. Horney, Jennifer, . . . L. Young, Sera. (2017). Advancing methods for research on household water insecurity: Studying entitlements and capabilities, socio-cultural dynamics, and political processes, institutions and governance. Water Security, 2, 1-10. 

Jepson, Wendy, Jessica Budds, Emma Norman, Amber Wutich, Kathleen O’Reilly, Sameer H. Shah, Leila Harris, Jamie Shinn, and Sera Young. (2017) Advancing Water Security for Human Development: A Relational Perspective. Water Security 1(1) 46-52.

Jepson, Wendy, Amber Wutich, Godfred Boeteng, Shalean Collins, and Sera Young. (2017) Progress in Household Water Insecurity Metrics: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective in the Social Sciences. WIREs Water, 4(3): e1214.