Katrina M. Powell, Katherine Randall, and Rebecca Hester. “Refugee and Migrant Partnerships in Virginia: Fostering Connectivity and Reciprocity.” Vibrant Virginia: Engaging the Commonwealth to Expand Economic Vitality, ed. by Margaret Cowell and Sarah Lyon-Hill, Virginia Tech Publishing. Forthcoming.
Randall, Katherine, Katrina M. Powell, and Brett Shadle. “Resisting the Trauma Story: Ethical Concerns in the Oral History Archive.” Displaced Voices: A Journal of Archives, Migration and Cultural Heritage 1.2 (2020): 76-79.
Powell, Katrina M. and Katherine Randall. “Community Workshops and Rhetorics of Home in the Stories of Persons Seeking Refuge.” albeit: Journal of teaching and scholarship 5.1 (2018). Web.
Shadle, Brett L. “The ‘Problem’ of the Urban Refugee: The African Refugee Regime and the Joint Refugee Services of Kenya (1967-1982),” forthcoming in Canadian Journal of African Studies.
Shadle, Brett L. “Reluctant humanitarians: British policy toward refugees in Kenya during the Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935-1940,” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 47 (2019): 167-86.
Shadle, Brett L. “Refugees and Migration in African History,” in William Worger, Charles Ambler, and Nwando Achebe, eds., A Companion to African History (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2019).
Shadle, Brett L. “‘As if I were in Prison’: White Deportation and Exile from Early Colonial Kenya,” in Benjamin Lawrance and Nathan Carpenter, eds., Africans in Exile: Mobility, Law, and Identity (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2018).
Hester, R.J. (2014) Bodies in Translation: Public Health Promotion in Indigenous Mexican Migrant Communities in California, In: Alvarez, S., de Lima Costa, C., Feliú, F., Klahn, N., Hester, R.J., and Thayer, M. with Cruz C. Bueno, editors, Translocalities/Translocalidades: Feminist Politics of Translation in the Latin/a Américas Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.
Hester, R.J. (2015) Cultural Competency Training and Indigenous Cultural Politics in California, Latino Studies Vol. 13, No.3, pp.316-338.
Hester, R. J. (2012, December). The Promise and Paradox of Cultural Competence. In HEC Forum (Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 279-291).
Hester, R.J. (2016) Culture in Medicine: An Argument against Competence. Critical Medical Humanities Reader, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Hester, R.J., Jason E. Glenn, Erica Hua Fletcher, Brenda Wilson, Shannon Guillot-Wright (Hear Our Voice Collective), “Hear Our Voice: Studies of Struggles and Survival in Galveston.” Documentary Film.
Hester, R.J. “We are not better off” Commentary, Roanoke Times, November 21, 2018.
Hester, R.J. “Response to a Case Study, a Difficult Birth: Navigating Language and Cultural Differences. Internet publication, June 2008.