Yates, J. and L. Harris. (2018). Hybrid regulatory landscapes: The human right to water, variegated neoliberal water governance, and policy transfer in Cape Town, South Africa and Accra Ghana. World Development 110: 75 – 87.
Tremblay, C. and L. Harris. (2018). Critical Video Engagements: Emotions, subjectivity and changing narratives of water resources through participatory video. Geoforum 90: 174-1.
Harris, L., D. Kleiber, S. Yaylaci, L. Rodina, J. Goldin. (2018). Water Materialities and Participatory Governance: Implications of water quality and access for participatory engagement in Accra Ghana and Cape Town, South Africa. Society and Natural Resources. 31, 1: 89-105 [S, LH as 40% contributor].
Rodina, L., Baker, L.A., Galvin, M., Goldin, J., Harris, L.M., Manungufala, T., Musemwa, M., Sutherland, C., Ziervogel, G. (2017). Water, Equity and resilience in South Africa: future directions for research and practice. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 26-27, 143-151. Preprint PDF of the article here.
Jepson, W. E., J. Budds, L. Eichelberger, L. Harris, E. Norman, K. O’Reilly, A. Pearson, S. Shah, J. Shinn, C. Staddon, J. Stoler, A. Wutich, S. Young (in press, 2017). Advancing Human Capabilities for Water Security: A relational approach. Water Security.
Harris, L.M., Chu, E., Ziervogel, G.. (2017). Negotiated Resilience. Resilience. DOI: 10.1080/21693293.2017.1353196. Preprint PDF of the article here.
Shah, S., N. Angeles, L. Harris (2017) Worlding the Intangibility of Resilience: The case of rice farmers and water- related risk in the Philippines. World Development. Preprint PDF of the article here.
Dapaah, E., and L. Harris (2017) Framing a Community’s Entitlement to Water access in Accra, Ghana: A complex reality. Geoforum. 82, 26-39.
Richardson, J., H. Schrier, L. Harris (2017) Canada’s most precious resource. Canada at 150 Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, Vancouver, Canada.
Wilson, N.J., Harris, L.M., Joseph-Rear, A., Beaumont, J. and Satterfield, T. (2019). Water is Medicine: Reimagining Water Security through Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Relationships to Treated and Traditional Water Sources in Yukon, Canada. Water 11(3): 624. https://doi.org/10.3390/w11030624 Preprint PDF of the article here.