Lykes, M.B., and Scheib, H. (in press). The artistry of emancipatory practice: Creative dialogues within and between participatory action research and photovoice. In: The Handbook of Action Research (Hilary Bradbury, editor), Sage Publications. Expected 2015.
Scheib, H., and Lykes, B. (2013). PhotoPAR as a strategy for health literacy development in post-Katrina New Orleans. Journal of Health Psychology. Special Issue: Health Literacy and Engagement. Volume 18(8): 1069-1084.
Scheib, H. (2011). "It is a strange truth:" Experiences of transnational motherhood in newly arrived migrants in post-Katrina New Orleans. Journal of the Motherhood Initiative. Mothering and Migration: (Trans)nationalisms, Globalization and Displacement. 2.2: Fall/Winter.
"Public Health Social Work and the Rebuilding of New Orleans," In The Handbook of Health and Social Work, Section Edition (Sarah Gehlert and Teri Arthur Browne, editors), Text Box within Chapter 4, "Public Health Social Work," by Deborah R. Schild and Marjorie R. Sable. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011.
Low, LK; Scheib, H; Montino, JB, Sacks, E. (2006). Challenges for traditional birth attendants in northern rural Honduras. Midwifery. Volume 22, Issue 1, pp: 78-97.