Stuesse, Angela. 2018.  When They’re Done with You: Legal Violence and Structural Vulnerability among Injured Immigrant Poultry Workers.  Anthropology of Work Review 39(2):79-93.

Saxon, Dvera and Angela Stuesse.  2018.  Workers’ Decompensation: Engaged Research with Injured Im/migrant Workers.  Anthropology of Work Review 39(2):65-78.

Stuesse, Angela, Cheryl Staats, and Andrew Grant-Thomas.  2017.  “As Others Pluck Fruit Off the Tree of Opportunity: Immigration, Racial Hierarchies, and Intergroup Relations Efforts in the United States.” Du Bois Review 14(1):245-271.

Gray, Maggie, Sarah Horton, Vanesa Ribas, and Angela Stuesse.  2017.  “Immigrant Labor, Food Politics: A Dialogue between the Authors of Four Recent Books about the Food System.”  Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 17(1):1-14.

Coleman, Mathew and Angela Stuesse.  2016.  “The ‘Disappearing State’ and the Quasi-Event of Immigration Control.” Antipode 48(3):524-543.

Yelvington, Kevin A., Alisha R. Winn, E. Christian Wells, Angela Stuesse, Nancy Romero-Daza, Lauren C. Johnson, Antoinette T. Jackson, Emelda Curry, Heide Castaneda.  2015.  “Diversity Dilemmas and Opportunities: Training the Next Generation of Anthropologists.” American Anthropologist. 117(2):387-392.

Stuesse, Angela and Mathew Coleman.  2014.  “Automobility, Immobility, Altermobility: Surviving and Resisting the Intensification of Immigrant Policing.” City & Society 26(1):51-72.

Stuesse, Angela and Laura E. Helton.  2013.  “Low-wage Legacies, Race, and the Golden Chicken in Mississippi: Where Contemporary Immigration Meets African American Labor History.” Southern Spaces 

Stuesse, Angela, with B. Manz, E. Oglesby, K. Olson, V. Sanford, C. Snow, & H. Walsh-Haney.  2013.  “Sí hubo genocidio: Anthropologists and the Genocide Trial of Guatemala’s Rios Montt.” American Anthropologist. 115(4):658-663.

Griffith, David, Shao-hua Liu, Michael Paolisso, and Angela Stuesse.  2013.  “Enduring Whims and Public Anthropology.” American Anthropologist. 115(1):125-126.

Stuesse, Angela.  2010.  “Challenging the Border Patrol, Human Rights, and Persistent Inequalities: An Ethnography of Struggle in South Texas.” Latino Studies 8(1):23-47.

Stuesse, Angela.  2010.  “What’s ‘Justice and Dignity’ Got to Do with It?  Migrant Vulnerability, Corporate Complicity, and the State.” Human Organization 69(1):19-30.

Stuesse, Angela.  2003.  “Hablando Mexicano: La reestructuración industrial y los desafíos para la organización a través de la diferencia en un Mississippi transnacional.”  Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos 17(52):603-626.

Stuesse, Angela.  2002.  “‘Mayheeco’ meets ‘American Culture’: Prescriptions of Authenticity for the Border and Beyond.” Text, Practice, Performance.  Austin, TX: Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies, University of Texas.  IV(2002):11-31.

Book Chapters

Guevara, Juan Carlos, Angela Stuesse, and Mathew Coleman. 2017. “I Used to Believe in Justice.” In Forced Out and Fenced In: Immigration Tales from the Field. T. Golash-Boza, ed. Pp. 185-192. New York: Oxford University Press.

Stuesse, Angela. 2015. “Anthropology for Whom?  Challenges and Prospects of Activist Scholarship.” In Public Anthropology in a Borderless World. S. Beck and C. Maida, eds. Pp. 221-246. New York: Berghahn Books.

Coleman, Mathew and Angela Stuesse. 2014. “Policing Borders, Policing Bodies: The Territorial and Biopolitical Roots of U.S. Immigration Control.” In Placing the Border in Everyday Life. R. Jones and C. Johnson, eds. Pp. 33-63. Farnham: Ashgate.

Stuesse, Angela. 2009. “Race, Migration, and Labor Control:  Neoliberal Challenges to Organizing Mississippi's Poultry Workers.” In Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the U.S. South. M. Odem and E. Lacy, eds. Pp. 91-111. Athens: University of Georgia Press. 

Public Scholarship

Stuesse, Angela. 2019. Workplace Raids are Not the Answer. The Progressive. August 20.

Stuesse, Angela. 2019. The poultry industry recruited them. Now ICE raids are devastating their communities. The Washington Post. August 9.

Stuesse, Angela. 2019. Vengeance Drives Trump Immigration Policy. The Progressive. April 24.

Stuesse, Angela.  2017.  The Political Power of Laughter According to Imprisoned Activist Ramón Esono EbaléHuffPost South Africa. December 4 (November 22). 

Stuesse, Angela.  2017.  The Town Where the Asphalt EndsUniversity of California Press Blog.  November 28.  

Stuesse, Angela.  2017.  Bearing Witness to Immigration Raids in the Trump EraHuffington Post.  February 16.

Stuesse, Angela.  2016.  Home to Roost: Activist Research in the Deep SouthUniversity of California Press Blog.  November 15.

Stuesse, Angela.  2016.  Love Trumps Hate? Post-Election Morning with my Kids.  EmbraceRace.  November 9.

Horton, Sarah and Angela Stuesse.  2016.  Criminalizing Immigrants Hurts All Workers as IRCA Turns 30.  Daily Kos.  November 3.

Stuesse, Angela.  2016.  Reflections on a Fall Morning: Talking Elections, Race, and Policing with my Kids.  EmbraceRace.  October 20.

Stuesse, Angela, Mat Coleman, and Sarah Horton. 2016. Driving While LatinoHuffington Post. September 29.

Stuesse, Angela. 2016.  "Why We Wear Diapers at Work.” Huffington Post. May 20. 

Stuesse, Angela and Shannon Speed.  2016.  "Georgia's Ban on Undocumented College Students puts State on the Wrong Side of History."  Get Schooled, blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. February 4.

Stuesse, Angela.  2015. "The Truth About Your Holiday Turkey." Colorlines. December 23.

Coleman, Mathew and Angela Stuesse.  2013. “Immigrant Policing, Not Immigration Enforcement.”  Society and Space.  September 24.

EG Justice, with Angela Stuesse. 2013. “DOJ vs. Teodorin 101.” October 29. Narration of animated video. October 29.

Stuesse, Angela 2011. “Ten Reasons Why UNESCO Should Cancel the UNESCO-Obiang Prize.” Race Talk. (abbreviated version published by AllAfrica). October 4.

Stuesse, Angela 2010. “African Human Rights Defenders or Colonialists? Seeking Justice in Equatorial Guinea.” Race Talk (cross-posted on AlterNet). June 14.

Stuesse, Angela 2010. “Prejudice, Discrimination, Exclusion in Mississippi—Sound Familiar?”  Race Talk. (cross-posted on AlterNet). April 7.