Asterisk(*) – indicates student author

Mejia, Angie & Yuko Taniguchi. Art and Heart to Counter the One-hour-Zoom-diversity Event: Counterspaces as a response to diversity regimes in academia. Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society. [Forthcoming]

Mejia, Angie. “Plan for the Worst, Hope for the Best, but Realistically, Expect a Combination of Both:” Lessons and Best Practices Emerging from Community-engaged Teaching During a Health Crisis. Journal of Higher Education Outreach & Engagement. [Forthcoming]

Dingel, Molly, Nichols, Marcia, Mejia, Angie, & Kristin Osiecki. (2021). “Service, Self-care, and Sacrifice: A Qualitative Exploration of the Pandemic University as a Greedy Institution.” ADVANCE Journal, 2(3).  doi: 10.5399/osu/ADVJRNL.2.3.2

Mejia, Angie, Chandi Katoch*, Fiza Khan*, Blake Peterson*, & Daniel Turin*. 2021. “Riding the Coronacoaster: Learning, Teaching, and Living at a Health Science Campus During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Anthropologica. 63(1). doi:10.18357/anthropologica6312021325

Mejia, Angie, Manami Bhattacharya*, Amanda Nigon-Crowley, Kelly R. Kirkpatrick, & Chandi Katoch*. 2020. “Community Gardening During Times of Crisis: Recommendations For Community-Engaged Dialogue, Research, And Praxis.” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development,10(1):13–19. doi: 10.5304/jafscd.2020.101.006

Mejia, Angie. 2020. “Collaborative Autoethnography: An Approach to Deliver Learning Objectives of a Community-Engaged Research Course for Health Science Undergraduates during Pandemic Times.” Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR), 4(1):72-73.

Mejia, Angie, Manami Bhattacharya, Joshua Miraglia, and The Village Community Garden and Learning Center. 2020. “Community Gardening as a Way to Build Cross-Cultural Community Resilience in Intersectionally-Diverse Gardeners: A Community-based Participatory Research and Campus-Community Partnered Proposal.” JMIR Research Protocols, 9(10): e21218. doi: 10.2196/21218

Mejia, Angie. 2020. “White Apathy and Pedagogical Renegotiations: An Autohistoria-teoría of Teaching while Sick, Tired, and Brown.” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 16(3). doi: 10.31235/

Mejia, Angie. 2020. “Community-Engaged Learning in Times of COVID-19, Or, Why I’m Not Prepared to Transition My Class into an Online Environment.” Public Philosophy Journal (PPJ) 3(1). doi: 10.25335/ppj.3.1-3

Mejia, Angie P. 2019. “Joven, Extranjera, y Deprimida en América: Ruminations of an Immigrant to Prozac Nation.” Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 19(4):243-255.

Nguyen, Nicole, A. W. Nastasi, Angie Mejia, Anya Stanger, Meredith Madden. (Postscript by Chandra Tapalde Mohanty). 2016. “Epistemic Friendships: Collective Knowledges and Feminist Praxis.” Pp. 11-42 in Dissident Friendships: Feminism, Imperialism, and the Possibility of Transnational Solidarities, edited by E.H. Chowdhury, and L. Philipose. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois press.

Mejia, Angie P. 2015. “You Better Check Your Method Before You Wreck Your Method: Challenging and Transforming Photovoice.” Pp. 665-672 in The SAGE Handbook of Action Research, edited by H. Bradbury-Huang. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Zuckerman, Katharine E., Brianna Sinche, Martiza Cobian, Marlene Cervantes, Angie Mejia, Thomas Becker and Christina Nicolaidis. 2014. “Conceptualization of Autism in the Latino Community and its Relationship with Early Diagnosis. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 35(8):522.

Zuckerman, Katharine E., Brianna Sinche, Angie Mejia, Martiza Cobian, Thomas Becker and Christina Nicolaidis. 2014. “Latino Parents’ Perspectives on Barriers to Autism Diagnosis. Academic Pediatrics 14(3):301-308.

Wahab, Stéphanie, Jammie Trimble, Angie Mejia, S. R. Mitchell, Mary J. Thomas, Vanessa Timmons, A. S. Waters, Dora Raymaker and Christina Nicolaidis. 2014. “Motivational Interviewing at the Intersections of Depression and Intimate Partner Violence among African American Women. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work 11(3):291-303.

Nicolaidis, Christina, Stephanie Wahab, Jammie Trimble, Angie P. Mejia, S. R. Mitchell, Dora Raymaker, Mary J. Thomas, Vanessa Timmons and A. S. Waters. 2013. “The Interconnections Project: Development and Evaluation of a Community-Based Depression Program for African American Violence Survivors. Journal of General Internal Medicine 28(4):530-8.

Nicolaidis, Christina, Mejia, Angie P., Perez, Marlen, Alvarado, Aanaberta, Celaya-Alston, Rosemary, Quintero, Yolanda, & Aguillon, Raquel. 2013. “Proyecto Interconexiones: A Pilot-test of a Community-based Depression Care Program for Latina Violence Survivors. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 7(4): 395-401. 

Mejia, Angie P., Olivia Quiroz, Yolanda Morales, Ruth Ponce, Graciela L. Chavez and Elizabeth Olivera y Torre. 2013. “From Madres to Mujeristas: Latinas Making Change with Photovoice. Action Research 11(4):301-321.

Mejia, Angie P. 2011. “Writing from Un Lugar Negro: A Call Towards Healing Fantasmas Chingadas. Theory in Action 4(3).

Nicolaidis, Christina, Marlen Perez, Angie P. Mejia, Anabertha Alvarado, Rosemary Celaya-Alston, Hilary Galian and Anandam Hilde. 2011. “‘Guardarse Las Cosas Adentro’ (Keeping Things Inside): Latina Violence Survivors’ Perceptions of Depression.” Journal of General Internal Medicine 26(10):1131-7

Nicolaidis, Christina, Vanessa Timmons, Mary J. Thomas, A. S. Waters, Stephanie Wahab, Angie P. Mejia and S. R. Mitchell. 2010. “‘You Don’t Go Tell White People Nothing’: African American Women’s Perspectives on the Influence of Violence and Race on Depression and Depression Care. American Journal of Public Health 100(8):1470-6.

Everett, Margaret, Angie P. Mejia and Olivia Quiroz. 2009. “Building Evidence to Prevent Childhood Obesity: Lessons from the Portland Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Coalition. Practicing Anthropology 31(4):21-26.

Research Briefs

Mejia, Angie P., Mary Kate Lee and Shannon Monnat. 2019. “An Apple a Day Keeps Diabetes at Bay:  Incentivizing Participation in a Diabetes Self-Management with Fruit & Vegetable Vouchers.Population Health Brief Series. Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion. Syracuse University, NY.


Merrick, Meg and Angie P. Mejia. 2010. “PhotoVoice as Authentic Civic Engagement: Lessons Learned in One Immigrant Community.” Paper 138. Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies Publications. Portland, OR.


Mejia, Angie and Chandi Katoch*. 2020. “Opinion: Policing is a Broken and Rotten System.” Rochester, Minnesota: MedCity Beat.


Mejia, Angie. 2013. Our Photovoice Journey: An Act of Exhausting Bravery. Action Research Plus.

Mejia, Angie. 2021. Dear White Scholar I’ve Never Met… . A Women of Color in Academia Guest Post. The Professor is In