Edward G. J. Stevenson
Edward G. J. Stevenson
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Durham University
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Water insecurity in 3 dimensions: an anthropological perspective on water and women's psychosocial distress in Ethiopia
EGJ Stevenson, LE Greene, KC Maes, A Ambelu, YA Tesfaye, ...
Social science & medicine 75 (2), 392-400, 2012
Rapidly rising food prices and the experience of food insecurity in urban Ethiopia: impacts on health and well-being
C Hadley, EGJ Stevenson, Y Tadesse, T Belachew
Social Science & Medicine 75 (12), 2412-2419, 2012
Community water improvement, household water insecurity, and women’s psychological distress: an intervention and control study in Ethiopia
EGJ Stevenson, A Ambelu, BA Caruso, Y Tesfaye, MC Freeman
PloS one 11 (4), e0153432, 2016
Water insecurity compounds the global coronavirus crisis
C Staddon, M Everard, J Mytton, T Octavianti, W Powell, N Quinn, ...
Water International 45 (5), 416-422, 2020
Social-ecological change in the Omo-Turkana basin: A synthesis of current developments
J Hodbod, EGJ Stevenson, G Akall, T Akuja, I Angelei, EA Bedasso, ...
Ambio 48 (10), 1099-1115, 2019
Distribution and numbers of Pygmies in Central African forests
J Olivero, JE Fa, MA Farfán, J Lewis, B Hewlett, T Breuer, GM Carpaneto, ...
PloS one 11 (1), e0144499, 2016
“Do our bodies know their ways?” Villagization, food insecurity, and ill-being in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley
EGJ Stevenson, L Buffavand
African Studies Review 61 (1), 109-133, 2018
Competition for Cooperation: variability, benefits and heritability of relational wealth in hunter-gatherers
N Chaudhary, GD Salali, J Thompson, A Rey, P Gerbault, EGJ Stevenson, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Child well-being: Anthropological perspectives
EGJ Stevenson, CM Worthman
Handbook of child well-being. Theories, methods and policies in global …, 2014
Water access transformations: Metrics, infrastructure, and inequities
EGJ Stevenson
Water security 8, 100047, 2019
Connecting the dots between climate change, household water insecurity, and migration
J Stoler, A Brewis, J Kangmennang, SB Keough, AL Pearson, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 51, 36-41, 2021
“I want variety!”: dietary variety as aesthetic pursuit, social signal, and nutritional vehicle in Brazil and Ethiopia
LJ Weaver, Y Tadess, EGJ Stevenson, C Hadley
Human Organization 78 (2), 122-132, 2019
Plantation development in the Turkana Basin: The making of a new desert?
EGJ Stevenson
Land 7 (1), 16, 2018
Perinatal mental distress in a rural Ethiopian community: a critical examination of psychiatric labels
J Molenaar, C Hanlon, A Alem, D Wondimagegn, G Medhin, M Prince, ...
BMC psychiatry 20 (1), 1-10, 2020
Ethiopia’s ‘blue oil’? Hydropower, irrigation and development in the Omo-Turkana basin
EGJ Stevenson, B Kamski
Berghahn Books 23, 292-308, 2021
The role of water in environmental migration
J Stoler, AL Pearson, AY Rosinger, AE Lee, R Bombardi, A Brewis, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, e1584, 2022
Flood Retreat Agriculture in the Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia
DP Pertaub, D Tekle, EGJ Stevenson
Michigan State University/Omo Turkana Research Network, 2019
Pipe Dreams: Water, Development and the Work of The Imagination in Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley
DP Pertaub, EGJ Stevenson
Nomadic Peoples 23 (2), 177-194, 2019
Schooling and life chances: Explaining the effects of mothers' schooling on child health in Ethiopia
EGJ Stevenson
Emory University, 2011
Controversy Over Tongue-Tie: Divisions in the Community of Healthcare Professionals
M Larrain, EGJ Stevenson
Medical Anthropology 41 (4), 446-459, 2022
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